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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 [...]
June 2nd – July 28th, 2007
Location One presented the second IRP group show of the 2006-2007 season, and featured new work developed by resident artists. The exhibition represented a diverse range of artistic approaches and many are works in progress.
A timeline of events at Location One 1998-2013: The Annals of Location One >> A very special thanks to our Board of Directors: James T. MacGregor, Elzbieta Matynia, Alina Pedroso, James Lindon, Bob Holman, Esther Dyson, Claire Montgomery, DeCourcy E. McIntosh, Roger Sherman, Sophie Crichton-Stuart, Sandro Bosi Farewell letter from Executive Director Claire Montgomery >>
Location One Frequently Asked Questions What is Location One? Art. Music, Performance. Talk. Technology. We are a not-for-profit art center devoted to convergence between visual, performing and digital arts in a time of rapidly changing technology. We serve as a catalyst. Our goals are new ideas, new work, new forms of expression, new capabilities in [...]
FOUNDING MANIFESTO :: Our Artistic Mission (1998) This is our credo: 1. First, the Internet is about content, not just a conduit for it. The nature of the technology changes content—not just access and distribution—with implications across the full range of artistic expression and subject matter. 2. Second, Location One is about convergence. We are [...]
What is Location One? A CATALYST for CONTENT and CONVERGENCE Location One is an independent, non-profit center for artistic experimentation and advanced thinking about the arts. We provide a home for serious discussion of the arts and social awareness, offering residential fellowships in the visual arts, performance, and writing. We offer intensive curatorial expertise, technical [...]
SINNERS & CONVERTS - Art Party Wednesday, June 14 7 - 10 PM DJ Unicorn, DJ Normal Robot, and DJ Inquisition will lead the festivities including Special Guests: Reverend Luke Murphy & Leesa and Nicole Abahuni irreverent costumes, special performances by our artists, dancing, free libations
On Thursday, June 1st, Location One opened its Summer exhibition, showcasing new work developed by resident artists from the USA, Finland, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Japan, Greece, and Taiwan who are participating in the Location One 2005-2006 International Residency Program. The show was open to the public through Saturday, July 29th, 2006.
A living experiment in cross-cultural relations with foundation Chairman Krzysztof Czyzewski. About Czyzewski, Gail Kimberling of the New York Times has written that he “has based his life’s work on pushing the limits of borders, whether it involves going beyond the acceptable, bringing the past to the present, or bridging one country or culture with another.” His presentation will include footage from documentary work generated by the program.
IRP Exhibition Spring 2005 III June 4th - July 30th, 2005 featuring Yumiko Furukawa, Kenny Hunter, Wu Ta-Kun, and Mariana Viegas
The second of three Spring exhibitions showcasing the work of artists participating in its 2004-2005 International Residency Program. The two installations by Canadian artist Martin Beauregard, and Polish artist Marlena Kudlicka were developed during their residencies at Location One.
On Thursday, May 27, Location One presented its third annual artist-in-residence group exhibition. Eight works ranging from video, to sculpture, to robotic structures, to interactive installations were developed by emerging international artists during their stay. Featured in the main gallery, the show will be open to the public through Wednesday, June 30th, 2004 and will be streamed live on www.location1.org
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.