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a theatrical fashion adventure spotlighting the 2013 Fall/Winter collection of renowned designer David Quinn. Here fashion, theater, and dance are intertwined by Quinn's nimble wit to form a multidisciplinary work of PerformanceFashionArt.
An evening of live performance echoing within a visual arena, instigated by dancer/choreographer Luke Miller.
Location One is proud to present important new work in 16mm film and sculpture from Lucy Skaer, the young Scottish artist shortlisted for the 2009 Turner Prize and recently featured at the Venice Biennale and the Berlin Biennial.
Skaer was born in Cambridge and studied at the Glasgow School of Art. Much of her work consists of her interacting with, and changing, public spaces. In one piece, she took up a paving stone on Glasgow’s Buchanan Street and then had the Earl of Glasgow ceremoniously lay down a replacement, while in an Amsterdam-based […]
An exhibition by 2008 Senior Artist-in-Residence Laurie Anderson. Two installations, From the Air, and Aleph
LOCATION ONE IN THE PRESS Press inquiries contact Steve Cukierski +1 212-334-3347 : firstname.lastname@example.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 […]
This three-channel moving image installation (15 minute loop) is a personal artifice assembled from ideas and images found across the socio-environment of the Internet. Its form is reminiscent of historic epics as represented in cinema and in grand panoramic paintings, while also mimicking the ubiquitous technology used for website banner advertisements.
The seventeen millionth dorkbot-nyc meeting was held on Wednesday, November 3rd, 7pm. It Featured the lovely and talented: Tom Moody, Matt Hall and John Watkinson, Claire Corey.
Location One presented the first US solo exhibition by French artist Claude Closky. Television focuses on the production of signs and systems that articulate the world in a society driven by consumerism.
White Balance (to think is to forget differences) is an effort to uncover the geographies of power, the frontiers of privilege. It revisits this problem from different angles, creating short circuits of meaning which are hosted by improbable audiovisual matches. Media and internet footage is intermixed with images shot in downtown Manhattan before and after the September 11th attacks.
The artist/musician performs mesmerizing world trance textures and driving gypsy grooves on an amazing arsenal of amplified hybrid string instruments made from household objects and tools. Duchampian Dada meets Hybrid Hindu Hendrix.