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A series of weekly performances by dance legends, as well as up-and-coming artists, throughout the duration of the exhibition Phosphene Variations. Jason Akira Somma will “perform” with the artists using his revolutionary video techniques, exploring the undiscovered edge between visual and performance art, as it uses performance as the well-spring for independent visual content.
An evening of live performance echoing within a visual arena, instigated by dancer/choreographer Luke Miller.
You are invited to a benefit to celebrate Location One on Friday, October 21! With performances by some of the most exciting artists in New York—Plus Open Bar, Music, Dancing, Private VIP Performances! Location One invites you to come celebrate the creative spirit in the form of a party with live performances by: DJ B Rock Yanira Castro [...]
Elana Katz is an American artist currently based in New York and Berlin. Formally a classical dancer, she now continues to work with the body, yet from a varied perspective, primarily in the medium of performance art.
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.
Artist talk by Jill Magid. While on a research trip, Magid witnessed a mysterious shooting on the steps of the Texas State Capitol by Fausto Cardenas. Nothing is known of Cardenas’s motivations, but his gesture of shooting into the sky on the steps of the capitol, where he knew he would be immediately captured, reads symbolically as both tragic and poetic. Magid connects his action to Faust, an obvious but ultimately fruitful and complex avenue of exploration, as Goethe’s nineteenth-century drama traffics in similar themes of tragedy, psychology, and futility.
new paintings by Lyra Abueg Garcellano, and video work by Kwan Sheung Chi
Lyra Abueg Garcellano was born in 1972 in Manila, Philippines, and graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies (1994) and from the University of the Philippines with a BFA (2000). She has held numerous solo exhibitions and was an artist in residence for the Cemeti Art Foundation in Jogjakarta, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
Heather Wagner in conversation with artist Yuichiro Nishizawa. Yuichiro Nishizawa is a Japanese artist who has been creating work in the U.S. since 1993. His early animation has been shown internationally and in the U.S. Since 2000, he has been actively exhibiting in the U.S. He holds a BFA in Film/Animation/Video from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate and an MFA in Art and Technology from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Location One's Heather Wagner in conversation with artist-inventor Jason Van Anden.Van Anden seeks to reconcile human emotion, intelligence and free will through art. These endeavors are expressed in mediums both old and new from clay to software.
Marlena Kudlicka (Poland) Marlena’s distinctive hybrid work mixes pared-down text with elements of architecture, painting and graphic design. Recently she has started integrating new technology into her work.
Nayda Collazo-Llorens (United States) Nayda’s work in multiple media deals with issues of communication, accumulation and displacement. A combination of text, marks, objects, images, gestures or sounds are often structured in a nonlinear manner. The work invites the viewer to reflect on the complexities of mind, language and the fragmented nature of our lives through a process of perceiving and understanding what is inside and around us.
Jani Ruscica (Finland) Ruscica is an artist and filmmaker whose body of work reflects a deeply humanistic approach as it unravels culturally specific histories, both from a personal and collective perspective. He also favors creative collaboration in the development of his work.
Location One presented the debut solo exhibition in NYC by artists Leesa & Nicole Abahuni, on view in our main gallery at 26 Greene Street from November 21st through January 27th 2007 (Tue-Sat, 12-6pm). The multimedia installation, which was commissioned by Location One, is entitled In the Sky, is an exploration into the sharing of the senses and the interconnectedness between perception and sensation as experienced through visual, aural, and physical realms.
Rev. Murphy presented several projects, including The Twelfth Gate, Reflected.
Maya is widely regarded as the most powerful 3D application in the world. It is a film and game industry standard for generating of digital characters, environments, and special effects. Fine artists use it to create experimental media in all formats.
A monthly conversation with an artist who is using (or misusing) technology in an interesting way. This month: Nina Sobell.
Artists-in-Residence Nayda Collazo-Llorens (USA) and Santeri Tuori (Finland) presented video installations in Location One’s main gallery. With special thanks to NYSCA (New York State Council on the Arts) and FRAME (Finnish Fund for Art Exchange)
Sebastien coordinates the International Residency Program at Location One, working closely with Nathalie Angles, Director of the Residency Program. Having lived in various countries across the Americas and Europe, Sebastien is a multi-disciplinary of sorts. With a BFA from the School of Fine Arts of Montpellier France, he has been working with the Queens based [...]
LETTER FROM THE GIRL, MAILED AT THE GAS STATION is an experimental digital video/16 mm film hybrid. Using digital video to reference surveillance and voyeurism, and film to reference cinematic history, LETTER draws on Film Noir, American dreamscapes, American desert mythology, the B-movie, oppositional cinema, and Noir's descendent, True Crime.
SONNETS FOR AN OLD CENTURY examines what it means to be alive at this particular time and place and what traces each of us will leave behind.