join the mailing list
Search Results for "antoinette"
Luis Nobre in conversation with garden expert, Christian Duvernois, author of the upcoming Marie-Antoinette and the Last Garden at Versailles, on Nobre’s installation, Hold It.
2007-2008 We are very grateful to the following colleagues who passed through Location One this year to meet the residents. (listed in alphabetical order) MARCO ANTONINI CECILIA ALEMANI IRINA ZACCO ALLESANDRELLI MIGUEL AMADO OMBRETTA AGRÒ ANDRUFF JEAN BARBERIS TAIRONE BASTIEN KOAN JEFF BAYSA JEANNE BRUN ANGELIQUE CAMPENS FRANCISCA CAPORALI ANJA CHAVEZ BILJANA CIRIC ANNE COUILLAUD [...]
We exhibit artists’ work in our main gallery eleven months a year, and often in our two other public spaces as well. All of the work we exhibit is developed at Location One, much of it by artists in our residency program. While Location One seeks to nurture a critical awareness of the implications of [...]
Andrew Duggan (Ireland) Andrew’s new media work and installations investigate the space between tradition (fact, folk/lore etc.) and contemporary space and time. He plays with cultural representations and perceptions and has presented many projects in the public domain. In Kerry, the Bán/Blanc series (2004) were projected onto a building reputed to have been prepared for the escape and arrival of Marie Antoinette. Andrew also frequently collaborates with dancers, musicians and cultural institutions.
Artist-writer Antoinette LaFarge will talk about DEMOTIC, a performance work presented at the Baltimore Theater Project on Nov 2-5. Demotic was conceived by LaFarge, directed by Robert Allen and features sound artists Maria de los Angeles Esteves and Jeff Ridenour and actor Tracey A. Leigh.
Location One presented ECHO, a collaborative project created by visual/media artist Andrew Duggan and dancers Jonathan Kelliher and Joanne Barry of Siamsa Tíre, the National Folk Theatre of Ireland. For one-night only, traditional Irish dance will be transported from the South West coast of Ireland to Location One’s Gallery space in New York City.
A monthly personal bookmark bar of recent or not-so-recent art works that use the internet as canvas, conduit, muse, or soapbox in compelling, humorous or poetic ways. Presented by Heather Wagner, Location One’s director of online exhibitions.
A performance work about American Memory, a single character whose many voices are woven together into a complex texture of language, sound, and music to create a kind of covert national anthem.
The Roman Forum II is a neo-Vaudevillean performance work that focuses on the aftermath of the 2000 elections seen through the eyes of five Romans from the time of the emperor Nero.