RESIDENTS ON TRIPOLI STREET: ARCHIVE WAR by Adelita Husni-Bey on IBRAAZ: http://www.ibraaz.org/projects/72

RESIDENTS ON TRIPOLI STREET: ARCHIVE WAR by 
Adelita Husni-Bey on IBRAAZ: http://www.ibraaz.org/projects/72

Working on the upcoming “Beyond the End” curated by current Kadist Paris resident Camila Marambio, found this very inspiring video still by artist Geir Tore Holm:

Working on the upcoming “Beyond the End” curated by current Kadist Paris resident Camila Marambio, found this very inspiring video still by artist Geir Tore Holm:

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Li Ran, Mont Saint Victoire, performance at Magician Space, Beijing, 2012. Li performs at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco on Thursday evening, at the opening of Many Places at Once.

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Li Ran, Mont Saint Victoire, performance at Magician Space, Beijing, 2012. Li performs at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco on Thursday evening, at the opening of Many Places at Once.

(Source: magician-space.com)

Mark Leckey’s excellent Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore (1999) is now available to watch online, via Leckey’s YouTube page. There you can see other video works, trailers for exhibitions and other projects. 

Congratulations to LaToya Ruby Frazier for being awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship! For the full list of awardees, click here

Jordan Wolfson, Female Figure
There is a great interview with Wolfson on Artspace “It’s like, I consider myself a witness to culture, not a judge. And I come from culture, I’m born into culture, the world is polluted—that pollution is inside my body, it’s inside my mind, and these are the images that come out of my mind.”

Jordan Wolfson, Female Figure

There is a great interview with Wolfson on ArtspaceIt’s like, I consider myself a witness to culture, not a judge. And I come from culture, I’m born into culture, the world is polluted—that pollution is inside my body, it’s inside my mind, and these are the images that come out of my mind.”

Amie Sigel will open her first exhibition with Ratio 3 in San Francisco this weekend. The show, entitled Winter, will feature a large-scale video installation, photographic works and performances. It will also serve as the North American premiere of her film Winter (2013). 
The exhibition opens on April 12 and will be on view through May 10. 

Amie Sigel will open her first exhibition with Ratio 3 in San Francisco this weekend. The show, entitled Winter, will feature a large-scale video installation, photographic works and performances. It will also serve as the North American premiere of her film Winter (2013). 

The exhibition opens on April 12 and will be on view through May 10. 

Peter Friedl. Untitled (2007), 2008. Black and white photograph. 55.5 x 74.5 cm
via hurtbytheword

Peter Friedl. Untitled (2007), 2008. Black and white photograph. 55.5 x 74.5 cm

via hurtbytheword

Tags: Peter Friedl

Will Rogan, Mediums 2, 2010. Paper, wood, beeswax.
Will Rogan’s exhibition, MATRIX 253, will open this weekend at the Berkeley Art Museum. 

The exhibition radiates conceptually from a video he collaborated on with his brother; together they staged and filmed an old white hearse exploding in extreme slow motion. Here the artist transforms the destruction of a universal symbol of death into a transcendental imagistic effect, revealing the usually invisible minutiae of the event. Sculptures and photographs, too, exhibit an inverted state, including a picture of a ruler that measures length from right to left, made by his daughter, and a sculpture of a plastic camera from Time magazine that possesses antipodal features.

Kenneth Baker of The San Francisco Chronicle interviews Rogan about the exhibition. The show opens on April 11 and will be on view through June 29.

Will Rogan, Mediums 2, 2010. Paper, wood, beeswax.

Will Rogan’s exhibition, MATRIX 253, will open this weekend at the Berkeley Art Museum. 

The exhibition radiates conceptually from a video he collaborated on with his brother; together they staged and filmed an old white hearse exploding in extreme slow motion. Here the artist transforms the destruction of a universal symbol of death into a transcendental imagistic effect, revealing the usually invisible minutiae of the event. Sculptures and photographs, too, exhibit an inverted state, including a picture of a ruler that measures length from right to left, made by his daughter, and a sculpture of a plastic camera from Time magazine that possesses antipodal features.

Kenneth Baker of The San Francisco Chronicle interviews Rogan about the exhibition. The show opens on April 11 and will be on view through June 29.

Will Rogan, “Picture the Earth spinning in space,” 2014. 
Will Rogan / MATRIX 253
April 11–June 29, 2014
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu
For Will Rogan’s first solo exhibition in a museum, the artist debuts a new body of work, including photographs, sculpture, and video, that explores various time scales—past, present, and future—as manifested in common objects. In this group of works one finds mystery, banality, finality, and beauty all productively entangled in one another. 

Will Rogan, “Picture the Earth spinning in space,” 2014. 

Will Rogan / MATRIX 253

April 11–June 29, 2014

www.bampfa.berkeley.edu

For Will Rogan’s first solo exhibition in a museum, the artist debuts a new body of work, including photographs, sculpture, and video, that explores various time scales—past, present, and future—as manifested in common objects. In this group of works one finds mystery, banality, finality, and beauty all productively entangled in one another. 

Art 21 presents: Gabriel Orozco conducting a ‘mirror critique’ in which he discusses a student’s work as if it were his own.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOKcC-9ITT4&feature=em-subs_digest