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Mitra Abbaspour

Jovana Stokic in conversation with Mitra Abbaspour, Associate Curator in the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art.

newARTtheatre 2

A discussion of participatory theatre, the politics of theatre in the visual arts, theatre as process, community, virtuosity, the performance text, and the role of the body. The discussion, the second in a series moderated by Paul David Young, will be published in the special one hundredth issue of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art in February 2012.

Silent Auction

Images of works available for the Abramović Studio Benefit Performance Program Silent Auction.

Discourse

DISCOURSE Throughout the year we organize readings, panels, lectures and workshops by artists, critics, technology experts and thinkers from different fields that are linked to our core philosophies. In addition, we sponsor dorkbot, a global group where artists, designers, and scientists hold a monthly meeting at Location One in which participants present new electronic media […]

Brina Thurston (USA)

Brina Thurston was born in 1977 in New York where she currently resides. A multimedia artist whose work is mainly comprised of video, sculpture and photography and has recently begun exploring an increasingly social practice. Expanding into such mediums as performance, staged social situations, and installation, these new works manipulate an everyday experience with some […]

Nayda Collazo-Llorens: Voice Over and other New Shows

Voiceover A public intervention by Nayda Collazo-Llorens October 25 – November 16, 2008 Viewable from dusk until midnight, Thursdays through Sundays Opening Reception: Saturday, October 25, 2008, 6PM – 8PM Artist’s talk: Saturday, November 8, 4:30PM MediaNoche, 1355 Park Avenue @ 102nd Street, New York, NY MediaNoche, Manhattan’s Uptown gallery devoted to new media, presents […]

Xu Tan – New Museum – June 19th – 21st, 2008

  Benji Okuda instructing a life drawing class, an adult night school group at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Image courtesy of the National Archives, Records of the War Relocation Authority, 1941-1947. June 16, 2008 New Museum Night School: Public Seminar 6 Space within space within space / Things to do while […]

Nina Sobell: Artist-in-Studio As Spectacle: Internal Message Search: A Performative Installation

Nina Sobell will install her studio in Location One's Project Gallery, which includes recent wax
sculptures, drawings, keyboard, guitar and mic.
Visitors to the gallery will be able to engage in a dialogue with the artist about this work, and may
bring their own instruments to improvise with her live on the web.

Hermelinde Hergenhahn & Mafalda Santos

Location One is happy to present new work by Hermelinde Hergenhahn (Germany) and Mafalda Santos (Portugal). Hergenhahn’s installation will consist of a series of pencil drawings gathered from experiences of quotidian life, and a video projection and wall etching in the gallery.

Nina Sobell (U.S.A.)

Sobell (USA) pioneered the use of video, computers, and interactivity in art, as well as performance on the Web. Since 1969, when she first used video to document participants' undirected interactions with her sculptures, she investigates the extent to which video enables her to manipulate the relation between time and space, and to create a vortex for human experience, in which the mediated event coincides with public experience, memory, and relationships.

Mafalda Santos (Portugal)

Mafalda Santos (Portugal). Organizational schemes, networks, interconnection and principles of scale and composition are determinant in Mafalda’s work. Expanded drawings on murals or ground works cull their information from computer interface, books and archives to create a simplified imagery that reflects “a moment/place in a mental or social structure of relations.” The artist also considers that they offer a comment on the specific context for which the work was produced.

Performance

Location One’s performance program features complex multi-disciplinary productions, often based on ideas that emerge during residencies and are commissioned for further development and presentation. Abramović Studio In September 2009 Marina Abramović inaugurated the Abramović Studio at Location One. The studio, curated by Jovana Stokić, introduced artists from Location One to other artists working in the […]

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE 2009-2010

Location One Residency Program 2009–2010 Senior Artist in Residence: Carolee Schneemann Transformed the definition of art, especially discourse on the body, sexuality, and gender. The history of her work is characterized by research into archaic visual traditions, pleasure wrested from suppressive taboos, the body of the artist in dynamic relationship with the social body. Painting, […]

Where the Truth Lies 3: Wayne Gonzales

The third talk in a three-part series led by art historian and critic Marcia VetrocqWHERE THE TRUTH LIES: On Veracity, Conscience and Subjectivity in Recent ArtWayne Gonzales has been known for his politically charged paintings based on photographs and documents culled from the archives of American history and popular culture.

Press

LOCATION ONE IN THE PRESS Press inquiries contact Steve Cukierski +1 212-334-3347 : press@location1.org “Location One, a singularly engaging, idealistic and enchanting SoHo space any art lover must experience, no matter the exhibition”–Anne Swartz, NY ARTS, January/February 2006 on Douglas Repetto’s Slowscan Soundwave (III) CURRENT EXHIBITION:   PREVIOUS EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS: Davide Balliano: Giving My Back […]

Krist Gruijthuijsen (Netherlands)

Krist Gruijthuijsen (Netherlands) Alan (a memoir), 2007 In Gruijthuijsen’s body of work, the in-depth investigation of personas such as Alan Abel’s underscores the artist’s interest in the relation between construction of myth, its process, and the fluctuating role of the contemporary artist. In this film, slow environmental shots of Abel’s current surroundings support the voice of the 82-year-old protagonist as he reads a letter that he wrote at age 16 describing his life so far and his future goals. This narration is followed by the reading of his obituary, recalling Abel’s last fictional action, when he placed his obituary in the New York Times. Gruijthuijsen’s practice is centered on the structuring of the artist within the curatorial position. As artist and curator, his work examines from a historical perspective the role of the artist and the necessity to produce an image, or how an artist positions himself in relation to a curator (or visa versa). The recourse to archives and mythologized or mystified forms are amongst the strategies he employs.

Naeem Mohaiemen & the Visible Collective

Naeem Mohaiemen & the Visible Collective - April 12, 2006editor of shobak: outsider muslims the art/activist group will present their work : Witness

Naeem Mohaiemen & the Visible Collective

Naeem Mohaiemen & the Visible Collective - April 12, 2006editor of shobak: outsider muslims the art/activist group will present their work : Witness

*IMHO* with Nina Sobell

A monthly conversation with an artist who is using (or misusing) technology in an interesting way. This month: Nina Sobell.

SUPERSIZE ME

An irreverent look at obesity in America and one of its sources - fast food corporations.

WITNESS

A presentation by international human rights organization committed to using video to advance human rights.

dorkbot NYC – December 2005

The nine million and twenty second dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Thursday, December 8th at 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: Newton Armstrong, Eyebeam OpenLab, Zach Layton.

Martin Beauregard & Nathalie Anglès

Martin Beauregard spoke about his new installation “Somnambulic” with Director of Location One’s International Residency Program Nathalie Anglès

Martin Beauregard & Nathalie Anglès

Martin Beauregard spoke about his new installation “Somnambulic” with Director of Location One’s International Residency Program Nathalie Anglès

David Quinn Fashion Walk

David Quinn’s selection of recent completed fashions.

“The Gift”, a documentary by Louise Hogarth

Screening and discussion about the phenomenon of deliberate HIV infection. The panel was led by Greg Williams of Lot47.

"The Gift", a documentary by Louise Hogarth

Screening and discussion about the phenomenon of deliberate HIV infection. The panel was led by Greg Williams of Lot47.

"The Gift", a documentary by Louise Hogarth

Screening and discussion about the phenomenon of deliberate HIV infection. The panel was led by Greg Williams of Lot47.

*IMHO* with Heather Wagner on Slowscan and Telaesthetic

Monthly presentation of technology- and internet-based art by Heather Wagner. This time, Heather discussed the two exhibitions currently on view at the time, Slowscan Soundwave III and the Telaesthetic Finger

“The Future of Peer-Produced Media” with Steve Rosenbaum

The open source movement moves to media.

"The Future of Peer-Produced Media" with Steve Rosenbaum

The open source movement moves to media.

Airspace with Joe Milutis

Airspace: Radio, network art, ontology and ether. Joe Milutis gave a talk, performed a radiophonic chamber piece (bring your own radios), and introduced his forthcoming book “Ether: The Nothing That Connects Everything”.

Pure Data: Open Source Counterpart to Max

Pd is a real-time graphical programming environment for audio and graphical processing. It was planned as a free, better and more stable Max/FTS, which has also been developed by Miller Puckette at IRCAM. With Hans-Christoph Steiner, who has created patches and projects.

*IMHO* with Heather Wagner – MOOoo!

A monthly presentation of internet and web art, this month: “Online performance” MOOoo!

“The Myopic Sublime” with Everett Kane

A talk by Everett Kane, How science fiction conditions contemporary concepts of perfection. Following the talk, Everett will introduce a new workshop he is developing for Location One using BLENDER 3D shareware.

"The Myopic Sublime" with Everett Kane

A talk by Everett Kane, How science fiction conditions contemporary concepts of perfection. Following the talk, Everett will introduce a new workshop he is developing for Location One using BLENDER 3D shareware.

PlaNetwork

For this Open House Wednesday, Planetwork illuminates the critical role that the conscious use of information technologies and the Internet can, and indeed must, play in creating a truly democratic, ecologically sane and socially just future.

*IMHO* with Heather Wagner – May 2005

A monthly presentation of internet and web art.

OHW with Andras Szanto

Director of National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University

PlaNetwork – April 2005

Planetwork illuminates the critical role that the conscious use of information technologies and the Internet can, and indeed must, play in creating a truly democratic, ecologically sane and socially just future.

*IMHO* with Heather Wagner – April 2005

Monthly presentation of internet art

OHW with Nayda Collazo-Llorens and Santeri Tuori

Presentations by Artists-in-Residence in conjunction with the exhibit that runs from March 18 through April 23.

PlaNetwork – March 2005

Illuminates the critical role that the conscious use of information technologies and the Internet can, and indeed must, play in creating a truly democratic, ecologically sane and socially just future.

*IMHO* with Heather Wagner – March 2005

A monthly presentation of current and not-so-current internet and web art. This month: “Telepresence”.

“Crisis of Trust in the Media Landscape” with Drazen Pantic

Open Source and blogs have proved to be successful as the second degree of scrutiny in the ecosystem of news. Will Videobloggers be able to do more: depart from the existing mainstream infotainment matrix and create new formats and new discourse.

"Crisis of Trust in the Media Landscape" with Drazen Pantic

Open Source and blogs have proved to be successful as the second degree of scrutiny in the ecosystem of news. Will Videobloggers be able to do more: depart from the existing mainstream infotainment matrix and create new formats and new discourse.

The Electronic Guy

A performance by Benoît Maubrey which uses a new electroacoustic jacket, solar radio, guitar, sampler and more. Radio receivers, sound generators, samplers, amplifiers, loudspeakers - the clothes produce sounds by interacting with the environment and in response to the performers’ movements.

PlaNetwork – February 2005

Illuminates the critical role that the conscious use of information technologies and the Internet can, and indeed must, play in creating a truly democratic, ecologically sane and socially just future.

Skin and Control book signing and reception

A reception celebrating the publication of a catalogue documenting the two installations by Chris Csikszentmihályi.

OHW with Victoria Vesna

At 6:30pm, a blessing by the Lama Pema Wangdak, followed at 7:00pm with a talk by the creators of Nano Mandala, an exhibition at Location One through Jan 16, 2005.

PlaNetwork – January 2005

Illuminates the critical role that the conscious use of information technologies and the Internet can, and indeed must, play in creating a truly democratic, ecologically sane and socially just future.

OHW with Jodi Dean

Jodi Dean is a political theorist teaching and writing in upstate New York. Her books include Aliens in America: Conspiracy Cultures from Outerspace to Cyberspace and Publicity’s Secret: How Technoculture Capitalizes on Democracy.

OHW with Ken Jordan

Ken Jordan, a pioneer in web-based multimedia, talked about the political and social situation after November 2nd.

“Call it Democracy”

“Call it Democracy” is a non-partisan look at the history and future of elections in the United States. Nearly four years in the making, the film seeks to demystify the electoral process, forty years of presidential elections and emerging voting technology.

"Call it Democracy"

“Call it Democracy” is a non-partisan look at the history and future of elections in the United States. Nearly four years in the making, the film seeks to demystify the electoral process, forty years of presidential elections and emerging voting technology.

Cognitive Dissident with John Perry Barlow

Co-Founder & Vice Chairman, Electronic Frontier Foundation Berkman Fellow, Harvard Law School

OHW with Chris Csikszentmihalyi

The artist speaks on his current installations at Location One, “Skin” and “Control”, raising questions about power, control, what lies beneath the surface of our lives today. Csikszenmihalyi is an artist working at MIT. He directs the Media Lab’s Computing Culture group.

The Patriot Act, Civil Liberties and the War on Terrorism

Can the US fight terrorism without surrendering privacy, free speech and other civil liberties? Have the PATRIOT Act and othercounter-terrorism measures gone too far? These questions and others will be addressed by Jim Dempsey, executive director of the Center for Democracy and Technology.

Casual Friday

Casual Friday is the first essay in a broader body of work by Vesna Pavlovic consists of several layers, only one of which will be photographic. Audio interviews, drawings and writings will constitute the other layers.

Music Performance by Atsushi Nishijima


music performance : Atsushi Nishijima

Virtual Live

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.

Vivisection

The initiation of our film/video program with “Vivisection”, a video installation featuring work by Lisa Bateman, Janene Higgins, Luther Price, Miroslaw Rogala, and Carolee Schneemann.This work will appear in the gallery and will be streamed on our website.