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Call for participation – Sentimental Constructions: an ethico-aesthetics of collaboration

As part of Performance Studies international #18 and Ludus Festival Leeds, a small group of international artists from The Sense Lab (Montreal) are asking for participants and collaborators to help in conceptualizing, creating and performing a ‘Sentimental Construction’. These are site-conditioned, publicly performed architectural structures made of rope, fabric, yarn and other local materials, which [...]

Help Jessica and me make art!

Hi Everyone: Jessica Meuninck-Ganger and I are trying to raise money for our next collaborative solo exhibition at GALLERY AOP in Johannesburg, South Africa, in January 2013, through crowd-funding site US Artists. Some of this work will also be shown in Milwaukee as part of SGCI next March. Please consider donating even the smallest amount to help us cover [...]

Printing Time: Nathaniel Stern in New Zealand

Printing Time Kerikeri, New Zealand Nathaniel Stern at Art at Wharepuke 190 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri Bay of Islands, Northland 0230 New Zealand 18th November – 8th December 2011 +64 9 407 8933 or info@art-at-wharepuke.co.nz – Printing Time is a suite of 18 performative prints, each an edition of 5. It was produced for a solo exhibition [...]

Nathaniel Stern in Milwaukee, Vancouver and Pretoria

Current Tendencies II: Artists from Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wisconsin 10 Milwaukee artists at the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University 13th and Clybourn, Milwaukee, Wisconsin August 24 – December 31, 2011 Opening reception, August 31, 6PM Concert at Church of the Gesu with John Weissrock, September 14, 6PM Panel Discussion with Meuninck-Ganger, Stern and others, October [...]

Giverny of the Midwest: Nathaniel Stern @ GALLERY AOP in Johannesburg, South Africa

Giverny of the Midwest Johannesburg, South Africa Nathaniel Stern at GALLERY AOP 44 Stanley Avenue Braamfontein Werf (Milpark), Johannesburg Saturday 30 July – Saturday 13 August 2011 Opening talk by Jeremy Wafer, 30 July 14h00 Artist talks, 4 – 5 August, Joburg and Pretoria Artist walkabout at AOP, 4 August 18h00 For Nathaniel Stern’s ongoing [...]

Jessica Meuninck-Ganger @ Gallery AOP, Johannesburg

GALLERY AOP www.galleryaop.com Jessica Meuninck-Ganger Position / Opposition (detail)  2011 Artist book installation: drypoint, letterpress, etching & aquatint, lithography and drawing on Thai mulberry paper & muslin  2,3m high X 1,2m X 10m (open) Jessica Meuninck-Ganger Position / Opposition 2 – 23 July 2011 Opening Saturday 2 July at 14:00 Opening address by Max Yela [...]

Nathaniel Stern in London, Milwaukee, Stellenbosch and Montreal

Made Real London Made Real: Nathaniel Stern and Scott Kildall Furtherfield Gallery (formerly HTTP) Unit A2, Arena Design Centre 71 Ashfield Rd, London N4 1NY Friday 27 May – Saturday 25 June 2011 Private View: Thursday 26 May 2011, 6.30-9pm Networks – social, political, physical and digital – are a defining feature of contemporary life, [...]

MADE REAL: An exhibition by Scott Kildall and Nathaniel Stern, London

MADE REAL Scott Kildall & Nathaniel Stern @ Furtherfield Date: Friday 27 May – Saturday 25 June 2011 Venue: Furtherfield Gallery (formerly HTTP) Links: http://www.wikipediaart.org MADE REAL an exhibition by Scott Kildall and Nathaniel Stern, the founders of Wikipedia Art. Private View: Thursday 26 May 2011, 6.30-9pm Unit A2, Arena Design Centre, 71 Ashfield Rd, [...]

Nathaniel Stern in Manhattan, Kansas – TODAY!

Digital Art Lecture, Nathaniel Stern, March 30, 4:30pm Experimental installation/video and net artist, Nathaniel Stern Lecture, Wednesday, March 30, 4:30 pm in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery, Willard Hall, Kansas State University Nathaniel Stern, Stuttering, interactive installation, size variable, 2003 / 2009 MANHATTAN —Kansas State University Department of Art will present a lecture by internationally [...]

Nathaniel Stern in Minnesota, Berlin and New York

Mind the Gap Minnesota Paul Watkins Gallery Winona State University, Minnesota 12 January – 2 February 2011 Artist talk, 14 January 3:30 pm Opening reception, 14 January 4:30 – 6:00pm Free and open to the public Nathaniel Stern’s first solo exhibition in Minnesota, Mind the Gap features his recently redeveloped and award-winning interactive installation, stuttering, [...]

Tops of 2010: A Different Kind of Year in Review

Merry Christmakkah! Happy new year! I skipped a year, so it’s been 2 since I posted my surprisingly popular Tops of 2008: A Different Kind of Year in Review. Here, I go with four different Top 5 lists: The Top 5 people I newly met in 2010, The Top 5 people I’d like to meet [...]

NYC-based artist duo MTAA @ UWM, Wednesday 8 December, 7-8PM

MTAA: a PowerPoint lecture + some other stuff Wednesday, 12/08/2010, 7:00pm – 8:00PM Arts Center Lecture Hall, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Part of the Artists Now! Lecture Series Free and open to the public Since 1996, Michael Sarff and Tim Whidden have partnered as MTAA, incorporating participatory performances, group installations, aesthetic decision by popular vote and [...]

Sorry Sessions @ RCP.ML2K.PDF

The latest issue of RCP.ML2K.PDF webzine is now live. From one of the authors via email: “Sorry Sessions” seems particularly timely and relevant given the newest release of documents by Wikileaks, and the denial of service attacks that happened soon after.  We originally decided to do an issue on Wikileaks after their last big document [...]

Falling Still: Yevgeniya Kaganovich and Nathaniel Stern at the UWM Art History Gallery, Milwaukee

Falling Still Yevgeniya Kaganovich and Nathaniel Stern UWM Art History Gallery curated by Jennifer Johung 2 December – 16 December 2010 opening reception 2 December, 5 – 7 PM the artists will be in attendance at the opening the exhibition has an accompanying booklet with text by the curator Falling Still utilizes 200 cement-cast feathers [...]

Chelsea Highlights, October 2010

Whirlwind visit to Chelsea On Tuesday for a quick tour of great art before the Nurture Art Benefit. Some highlights include: Yoan Capote (Cuba) at Jack Shainman. This show is not open yet, but we got a preview and chatted to Yoan for quite a while about the work. It’s fantastically smart and funny, and [...]

New Work: Switch & Signal

Switch & Signal New Work with Jessica Meuninck-Ganger! It’s a one-of-a-kind charcoal and pastel drawing on paper, permanently mounted to an LCD screen playing machinima video from Second Life. Part of the ongoing Distill Life series, the image tells only part of the story. The earth’s rotation in the video is a time lapse, with [...]

Help AFC / Paddy Johnson Raise $10,000 To Produce The Sound of Art

Looks like a fantastic project by one of NYC’s most prominent voices of arts criticism: Paddy Johnson. In the words of Lauren Cornell from Rhizome.org (paraphrasing here): Paddy Johnson and AFC keep us on our toes. From her blog: I’m running a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for the production of an LP full [...]

August 19th: Wikipedia Art performance at Benrimon Contemporary, NYC

August 19th @ Benrimon Contemporary, part of Younger Than Moses: Idle Worship 514 West 24th Street on the 2nd floor An evening of performances & screenings by Ryan V. Brennan, the Wikipedia Art Project, Genevieve White, Adam & Ron Beginning 6:00 PM (come a little early for a Wikipedia Art Remix treat!) For Sean Fletcher [...]

Upgrade! Joburg Remote Lecture Series, Marcelino Stuhmer (reblog)

My worlds collide! No 1: The Choreographed Accident from Digital Arts Remote Lectures …. I’m very excited to announce our very first Remote Lecture for 2010 by Marcelino Stuhmer based at the University of Wisconsin in Milwakee . The Choreographed Accident: How painting survived the accident. In this Remote Lecture Marcelino Struhmer will be speaking [...]

North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition commission

In my inbox: I’m writing from the North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition in regards to our latest project, nbAUDIO 2011.  NbPac is currently holding an Open Call for Brooklyn-based sound artists.  We are inviting artists to propose an original sound installation that addresses the historical, social, and political atmosphere of North Brooklyn’s community. Additionally, we [...]