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House Wednesdays">Open House Wednesdays

Free and open to the public. All events begin at 7pm. Location One is happy to host exciting talks by renowned experts from many disciplines who reflect upon artistic and cultural themes that permeate our contemporary cultural landscape. Past speakers have included Martha Rosler, Chris Csikszentmihalyi, and Marcia Vetrocq. For a full list of our […]

Blackbird

A new play by Lucia Cox. Directed by Nathan Shreeve

Phosphene Performances

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.

Kaeko Mizukoshi

Kaeko Mizukoshi is at the forefront of video art in Japan. Born in Tokyo, she earned a B.F.A. at Tama Art University and studied at the Städelschule in Frankfurt. Ms. Mizukoshi has received wide national and international recognition for her art works, including a commission from D+D London in 2007, a Shiseido Art Egg award […]

Vanishing Acts

An evening of live performance echoing within a visual arena, instigated by dancer/choreographer Luke Miller.

Hiraku Suzuki Live Drawing Performance

A live drawing performance by Japanese artist Hiraku Suzuki. With live music by composer / producer Raz Mesinai.

The Well-Tempered Exposition

As part of Performa 11, artist Pablo Helguera presents the second chapter of his year-long project the Well-Tempered Exposition, a methodical investigation on the formal components of the performance art practice.

Well-Tempered Exposition Book I, part II

Pablo Helguera The Well-Tempered Exposition Book I, part II Friday, November 18, 7pm Beatriz Helguera, piano And Katherine Ademenko, Lisa Gross, Ryan Hill, Brian Linden, Melanie Lockert, Laura Lona, Richard Saudek and Corey Tasmania As part of Performa 11, artist Pablo Helguera presents the second chapter of The Well-Tempered Exposition, a methodical investigation on the […]

Party of One

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 […]

The Well-Tempered Exposition

Location One Senior Artist-in-Residence Pablo Helguera's year-long reinterpretation of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier launches with performances by actors, musicians and dancers.

Pablo Helguera

Pablo Helguera (Mexico) Location One International Committee Born in Mexico City, 1971. Lives and works in New York Pablo Helguera (based in New York, born in Mexico City, 1971) works in the fields of pedagogy, literature, musical composition, and theater. His projects have included performance lectures, scripted symposia, and panel discussions with or without the […]

Hiraku Suzuki

Hiraku Suzuki (Japan) Asian Cultural Council Born in Miyagi, Japan, 1978. Lives and works in Tokyo. Hiraku Suzuki obtained an MFA from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. Focusing on ideas of memory and excavation, the work of Hiraku Suzuki centers around an expanded notion of drawing; encompassing works on paper and panels, […]

Well-Tempered Call

Call for participation Collaborative performance workshop For emerging performance artists, actors, singers and musicians Pablo Helguera: The Well-Tempered Exposition A project for Location One Part One of a year-long experimental performance project by Mexican artist Pablo Helguera. Using Bach’s famous keyboard exercises The Well-Tempered Clavier as a starting point, Helguera will organize a series of […]

Sounds Good

Featuring visual responses to a collaborative sound piece by artists John Aslanidis, Katy Dove, Phoebe Hui, Sophie Hunter, Miler Lagos, John O’Connell, Gonzalo Puch, and Zane Saunders.

Like A Shark in The Grass

This imaginary landscape—in which bizarre and unfamiliar narratives seem to unfold before the viewer’s eyes—is loosely inspired by an earlier drawing by O’Connell, Like a Shark in the Grass (2009), which depicts a ghostly white shark uncannily drifting inside a forest.

Miler Lagos

Miler Lagos (Colombia) Born in Bogotá, Colombia, 1973 where he currently lives and Works. Studied Fine Arts at the National University of Colombia (Universidad Nacional de Colombia). Has exhibit nationally and internationally since 2002. Solo Exhibitions: Supreme Levels (Niveles Soberanos) , Valenzuela y Klenner Gallery, Bogotá (2002); The terms of the game (Los Términos del […]

Joana Villaverde

Joana Villaverde (Portugal) Gulbenkian Foundation Joana Villaverde was born in Lisbon, Portugal 1970 She has exhibited regularly in Portugal and abroad since 1998, most notably: Je Vous Garde, Pavilhão Branco, City Museum, Lisbon; Ferro e Fogo, http://www.formatocomodo.com; E Ela Dança, House of Arts Tavira; Drawings, Sala do Veado, Lisbon; Este Ano, Casa dos Dias da […]

Karolina Kowalska

Karolina Kowalska (Poland) CCA, TMU, PCI Born 1978, Lives and works in Krakow. Karolina Kowalska is a versatile artist based in Kraków, working with dark humor and irony in the media of installation, photography, animation, and video. Kowalska has collaborated with the experimental and performative art collective, the 36.6 Foundation, and with the feminist interactive […]

CURRENT ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE

Artists 2011-2012 Pablo Helguera (Mexico) Location One International Committee Born in Mexico City, 1971. Lives and works in New York Pablo Helguera (based in New York, born in Mexico City, 1971) works in the fields of pedagogy, literature, musical composition, and theater. His projects have included performance lectures, scripted symposia, and panel discussions (with or […]

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen The Present Doesn’t Exist in My Mind And The Future’s Already Far Behind

A Performance by Lilibeth Cuenca RasmussenThursday, March 4th, 2010 at 7 pm.This incarnation of the multi-media performance is curated by Jovana Stokić.

Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen The Present Doesn't Exist in My Mind And The Future's Already Far Behind

A Performance by Lilibeth Cuenca RasmussenThursday, March 4th, 2010 at 7 pm.This incarnation of the multi-media performance is curated by Jovana Stokić.

Virtual Residency Project 2.0: Levels of Undo

Four artists from 4 different cities, who have never met—and were forbidden to do so during the three months of their “residency”—collaborate on a topic that they had no say in developing.

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 […]

Rudy Shepherd: Portraits

A series of recent works that challenge and transcend traditional notions of who and what is a worthy subject of high-art portraiture by 2008-2009 American artist-in-residence Rudy Shepherd.

Nicolas Grospierre (Poland)

Nicolas Grospierre was born in 1975 and raised in France, and has been living in Poland since 1999. He studied Political Science and Sociology in Paris and London before turning to photography. His work as a photographer has been focused on the one hand on documentary projects, and on the other hand on more conceptual […]

Miguel Palma – Prospect.1 – NOLA fall 2008

  TONY FITZPATRICK Boeuf Gras, 2008, Mixed media and collage on paper. 7 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. Courtesy the artist and Pierogi, Brooklyn March 11, 2008 Prospect.1 New Orleans Announces Artists for its Inaugural Biennial and Highlights of Works to be Presented November 1, 2008 – January 18, 2009 Additional Venues Announced http://www.prospectneworleans.org   […]

Rashaad Newsome at The Kitchen

> Hoofers’ House > Hosted by Jason Samuels Smith > Featuring DJ Reborn > > Live Visuals by Rashaad Newsome > > Friday, May 23, 8pm > > FREE > > Co-Presented with The Studio Museum in Harlem > > Curated by Rashida Bumbray > > > > > Hoofers’ House is an ongoing quarterly […]

Snake Alley @ Taipei Cultural Center

Snake Alley @ Taipei Cultural Center on March 19, 6-8pm Location: 1 East 42nd Street NYC 10017 (close to 5th Ave.) Snake Alley is part of Asian Contemporary Art Week which connects leading New York City galleries and museums in a citywide event comprising of public programs such as exhibitions, receptions, lectures and performances. The […]

Xu Tan – Screening and Discussion


You are cordially invited to join Chinese artist Xu Tan and Nathalie Anglès, Director of Location One’s International Residency Program, for a special screening of the video Concert Hall of Zhen Daoxing  which premieres next week at the contemporary arts festival, ArtSheffield08, and for a viewing of Xu Tan’s installation Keywords  in our main gallery.

dorkbot NYC – December 2007


The 1492nd dorkbot-nyc meeting took place at 7pm on Wednesday, December 5th, 2007.The meeting was free and open to the public.

Andrew Duggan in Dingle/An Daingean

International Artists descend on Dingle/An Daingean AON ÁIT ANSEO/ANYWHERE HERE work that can be made anywhere as long as it’s here Dingle/An Daingean, October 29th- November 2nd, 2007 Three invited artists, Sarah Browne, Ben Geoghegan and Katie Holten whose practice reflect ‘interlocalism’ will gather for this inaugural event in Dingle/An Daingean to discuss, debate and […]

What We Saw Upon Awakening

First New York show by Afghani artist Lida Abdul. Her work depicts the devastation of war and a sublimation of healing. Curated by Pieranna Cavalchini. Through November 17, 2007.

dorkbot NYC October 2007

The 5, 16 or 600, 8, 24 or 120th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place 7pm on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007 at Location One in SoHo.The meeting was free and open to the public. Please brought snacks to share. And wore things they made! It featured the convex and polytopic: John Huntington: The Gravesend Inn–An Interactive Haunted […]

ALTERAZIONI VIDEO at fabioparisartgallery

NIGHT TALK OF THE FORBIDDEN CITY # 2 OPENING 29 September 2007, 6 pm >From 29 September to 9 November 2007 Gallery opening times 3 pm -7 pm every day except Sundays and holidays The Fabio Paris Art Gallery is proud to present Night Talk of the Forbidden City #2, the first Italian solo exhibition […]

IMHO with Ligorano/Reese

Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese in conversation with Heather Wagner. Topics: Current exhibition "Crater New York: A Lunar Drawing Contest" as well as other works by the "two-headed" artist duo.

dorkbot NYC September 2007

People doing strange things with electricity. This week's presenters: Christian Croft & Kate Hartman: Energy Harvesting Dérive; Mouna Andraos: Sustainable practices in electronic art and design; Michael J. Dory: Concrete Crickets.

OHW with Nathalie Angles and Miguel Amado

Nathalie Anglès, Director of the Residency Program at Location One, invited guest Miguel Amado (Curator and critic, Curatorial Fellow at Rhizome.org) for a walk-through and discussion of the exhibition. The exhibition featureed new work and installations developed by nine artists who were in residence at Location One in 2006-2007. Representing a diverse range of artistic approaches and many are works in progress.

30 May 2007: *IMHO* with Tianna Kennedy

An Open House with Tianna Kennedy, who is a Brooklyn, New York-based cellist, sound and transmission artist, consultant, curator, events coordinator, and writer. Though projects vary greatly, they are all underscored by her commitment to egalitarian and participatory practices and can be viewed as performative experiments in gift economies and social sculpture.

23 May 2007: Amanda McDonald Crowley – Eyebeam

Collaboration in New Media Art: Does collaboration constitute compromise, act as a catalyst, or infer complexity? There has been much debate in recent times around collaboration in new media art practice. Amanda McDonald Crowley, Executive Director of EYEBEAM Art and Technology center in New York, will raise questions, deliberate on the issues and propose some answers.

Project Gallery Events & Exhibitions

SELECTED PAST EXHIBITIONS: Main Gallery Exhibitions>> Rudy Shepherd: Portraits July 8-31, 2009 In “Portraits,” American Artist-in-Residence Rudy Shepherd presents a series of recent works that challenge and transcend traditional notions of who and what is a worthy subject of high-art portraiture, e.g., criminals, anonymous Taliban members, black heroes, or houses.The painted portraits in Shepherd’s “Criminal/Victim” […]

Project Gallery Events & Exhibitions

SELECTED PAST EXHIBITIONS: Main Gallery Exhibitions>> Rudy Shepherd: Portraits July 8-31, 2009 In “Portraits,” American Artist-in-Residence Rudy Shepherd presents a series of recent works that challenge and transcend traditional notions of who and what is a worthy subject of high-art portraiture, e.g., criminals, anonymous Taliban members, black heroes, or houses.The painted portraits in Shepherd’s “Criminal/Victim” […]

16 May 2007: Richard Minsky, SLART(TM) : Art in Second Life

In Second Life there is a virtual art world where Artists, dealers, curators, collectors and critics are represented by “avatars,” animated characters which can look like anything from realistic humans or animals to cartoons or geometrical objects. At any given time 25-35,000 people are simultaneously occupying this Metaverse. There are over 500 art galleries, and the range of art varies from shopping mall kitsch to huge animated sculptural installations that defy the laws of terrestrial physics. In this world you ARE art.

2 May 2007: dorkbot NYC

The 20,007th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007, at 7pm.

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.

Where the Truth Lies 2: Martha Rosler

Where the Truth Lies 2: MARTHA ROSLER
Martha Rosler with Marcia Vetrocq. The second in a series hosted by critic and art historian Marcia Vetrocq and entitled WHERE THE TRUTH LIES: On Veracity, Conscience and Subjectivity in Recent Art.Martha Rosler talks about the installation on view in our galleries as well as her past work and current undertakings, in relation to the theme of Truth in art.

*IMHO* with Yuichiro Nishizawa

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.

Where the Truth Lies 1: Marcia Vetrocq

WHERE THE TRUTH LIES: On Veracity, Conscience and Subjectivity in Recent Art | part 1 of 3the first of a three-part series led by the art critic and writer Marcia Vetrocq.In her April 11th lecture, critic and art historian Marcia E. Vetrocq will share some thoughts about the status of history, photography, and documentation in recent art. Her talk is aimed at setting the stage for presentations by artists MARTHA ROSLER and WAYNE GONZALES.

dorkbot NYC – April 2007

The 32,112th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, April 4th, 2007, at 7pm.

FAQ

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 […]

Manifesto

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 […]

*IMHO* with Christoph Draeger

Location One's Heather Wagner in conversation with artist Christoph Draeger.

dorkbot NYC – March 2007

The 42147th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, March 7th, 2007, at 7pm.

*IMHO* with Jason Van Anden

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.

OHW with Pierre-Lin Renié and Allan McCollum

Reproduction as a Creative Principle: presentation and discussion with Pierre-Lin Renié and Allan McCollum

dorkbot NYC – February 2007

The 28098th dorkbot-nyc meeting featured: free103point9, 31 Down and Brad Borevitz

Marlena Kudlicka (Poland)

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.

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.

dorkbot NYC – January 2007

The Great Music Dorkout of 2007!!! The 6021st dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007, at 7pm.

*IMHO* with Lenore Malen

a conversation with artist Lenore Malen. She will present her "New Society for Universal Harmony", a neo-utopian social experiment.*IMHO* with artist LENORE MALENWednesday December 13th, 7pmThis was an interview / performance.New Society for Universal HarmonyLenore Malen uses pseudo-documentary photographs, “testimonials”, case histories, and arcane imagery to archive her own reinvention of the utopian society established in Paris in 1738 by Franz Anton Mesmer.

dorkbot NYC

The 24072nd dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, December 6th, 2006, at 7pm.

"In the Sky" opening night performance, with Elliott Sharp, Glen Rumsey and others

Location One presented dancer Glen Rumsey joining the special performance by New York-based avant-garde musician Elliott Sharp, and percussionists Danny Tunick and Christine Bard, during the opening of In The Sky (performance at 7pm, free). The multimedia installation, which marks the first solo show for twin artists Leesa and Nicole Abahuni, is an exploration into the sharing of the senses and the interconnectedness between perception and sensation as experienced through visual, aural, and physical realms.

November 15 2006: Outlawed: Extraordinary Rendition, Torture and Disappearances in the ‘War on Terror’

Outlawed: Extraordinary Rendition, Torture and Disappearances in the 'War on Terror'The international organization based in Brooklyn that uses video to expose human rights abuses, will present a new pilot project for a human rights video hub www.globalvoicesonline.org/witnessFollowed by a screening of one of their filmsOutlawed: Extraordinary Rendition, Torture and Disappearances in the ‘War on Terror’Discussion to following.

November 15 2006: Outlawed: Extraordinary Rendition, Torture and Disappearances in the 'War on Terror'

Outlawed: Extraordinary Rendition, Torture and Disappearances in the 'War on Terror'The international organization based in Brooklyn that uses video to expose human rights abuses, will present a new pilot project for a human rights video hub www.globalvoicesonline.org/witnessFollowed by a screening of one of their filmsOutlawed: Extraordinary Rendition, Torture and Disappearances in the ‘War on Terror’Discussion to following.

November 8 2006: *IMHO* with Nina Katchadourian

*IMHO* with Nina Katchadourian - in conversation with Location One's Heather Wagner Katchadourian’s work exists across a wide variety of media that includes sound, video, sculpture and photography. At Location One, the artist will be working on a new synchronized multi-channel video work called “Zoo” and a number of new sound-based works.

Antoinette LaFarge on “Demotic”

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.

dorkbot NYC: November 2006

The 1729th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, November 1st, 2006, at 7pm. It featured the fragrant and marvellous: Albert Hwang, Cameron Browning, Natalie Bewernitz & Marek Goldowski

Network Neutrality

NETWORK NEUTRALITY with Mike Godwin and Drazen Pantic. The term “Network Neutrality” (introduced by Columbia law professor Tim Wu) describes an Internet network that does not favor one application (for example Web) over another (such as online gaming or Voice over IP).

Virtual Literature by Joe Milutis

JOE MILUTISVirtual Literature 57In 1957, Marguerite Duras gave a definition for virtual literature that seems to me the best. At the time, “virtual literature” could not have had anything to do with data gloves, caves, and hyperlinks, yet her description was unwittingly prescient and futuristic. I’ll talk about the history of this particular kind of virtual literature, from the data of the damned (Charles Fort) to the dynamically damned world of spam and its discontents. Included will be stop-overs in the netherzone between metafiction and metadata.

Franck Leibovici: Thinking of Fautrier and Looking at Walls: Around the Notion of Poetic Document

FRANCK LEIBOVICI, Thinking of Fautrier and Looking at Walls: Around the notion of poetic document.

dorkbot NYC – October 2006

The (2^(30402457) - 1)th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, October 4th, 2006, at 7pm. It featured the fragrant and marvellous: Rob Seward, Miru Kim, Noah Vawter.

*IMHO* with Brian Tolle

*IMHO* with Brian TolleBRIAN TOLLE: Location One’s HEATHER WAGNER (Onsite ‘Pataphysician’ and director of online projects) begins a new season of *IMHO* converstions with artists.This week’s guest is Brian Tolle, best known for his “Irish Hunger Memorial” in Lower Manhattan. They will discuss the creation of the memorial and other works, past and future.

Artist Talk : Pieranna Cavalchini with Cliff Evans

Pieranna Cavalchini, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, entertains a conversation with artist Cliff Evans, whose epic video installation THE ROAD TO MOUNT WEATHER is on view at LOCATION ONE through Saturday November 4th, (Tue-Sat, 12-6pm)

dorkbot NYC – September 2006

The e-th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, September 6th, 2006, at 7pm. It featured the fragrant and marvellous: Bret Doar, Jon Lippincott, David Kareve.

*IMHO* with Erwin Redl

Artist Erwin Redl creates large-scale LED installations and environments to investigate questions of phenomenology and perception in the age of the digital experience. He uses a metaphorical “reverse engineering” to re-translate the abstract aesthetic language of Virtual Reality and 3D computer modeling into powerful light-based architectural environments that can often quite literally destabilize the viewer’s perception of space.

Theory of Everything

A screening featuring videos by 10 Japanese artists. Curated by Location One resident artist Yuki Okumura. The screening will be followed by a discussion between the artist and Nathalie Anglès, Residency Program director.

IRP 2006 Group Show II Walkthrough

IRP 2006 Group Show II Walkthrough June 7, 2006 ARTIST WALKTHROUGH An opportunity to meet Location One’s residents and hear them talk about their works see the show after-hours Leesa & Nicole Abahuni Simo Alitalo Andrew Duggan Mayumi Nakazaki Trine Nedreaas Yuki Okumura Lydia Venieri Wang Ya-Hui

Mike Godwin – After the Revolutions

Mike Godwin - After the RevolutionsMay 24, 2006After the RevolutionOver the years, one internet “panic” after another has set people shaking in their boots. Godwin presents the argument that we are currently in a state of perpetual post-revolution panic.

Chris Csikszentmihalyi – The Second Five Year Plan

The Second Five Year Plan of the Computing Culture Group with presentations of historical Productions for Use and a public Reaffirmation of Purpose.

*IMHO* with Luke Murphy

Rev. Murphy presented several projects, including The Twelfth Gate, Reflected.

dorkbot NYC – May 2006

The -(691/2730)th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, May 3rd at 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: Dan Iglesia, LoVid, Jason Van Anden.

Seamus Moran on the Next 10,000 Years

Seamus Moran on the Next 10,000 Years April 26, 2006 Seamus Moran gave a talk about The Next 10,000 Years The world is not coming to an end, so let’s think together about the future. Humans have developed enough understanding of the planet, and our own history on it over the last 10,000 years, that we can now think on longer time scales.

Lukasz Skapski with Nathalie Angles

Lukasz Skapski with Nathalie Angles - April 19, 2006ARTIST TALKWednesday, April 19that 7 pmLukasz Skapski entertained a conversation with Nathalie Anglès, Director of Location One’s International Residency Program, about his current work, his art practice and ideas, his past and future projects.The exhibition was open before the talk to view the many videos.

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

dorkbot NYC – April 2006

The nine million and eighty seventh dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, April 5th at 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: John Arroyo, Jeff Han, John Huntington.

Clay Shirky – Folksonomy and Worldview

For centuries, we have relied on groups of professionals to organize the world for us. Librarians, census takers, psychiatrists, even web site designers are responsible for presenting us with models of the world. History is organized by geography. Racial declarations must come from an official list. Homosexuality used to be a disease; later, it stopped being one. We use these classifications every day, often without thinking about them.

*IMHO* with Douglas Ross

This month’s conversation with Douglas Ross. In his artwork, Ross embraces technology, both low and high with equal affection, in humorous and profoundly evocative ways. From harmonizing with washing machines, refrigerators and air conditioners, to creating an outdoor LED screen that reads realtime library book checkout selections, Ross’s work evinces a dry but poetic wit that is deceptively complex and questions what is is to be human in contemporary technicized world.

dorkbot NYC – March 2006

The nine million and twenty ninth dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, March 1st at 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: k.cain and b.crabtree, Chris Korda, the botmatrix.

*IMHO* with Nina Sobell

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

Krzysztof Czyzewski from The Borderland Foundation

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.

dorkbot NYC – February 2006

The nine million and twenty ninth dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, February 1st at 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: Ge Wang, Anton Perich, Carrie Dashow.

SUPERSIZE ME

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

dorkbot NYC – January 2006

The nine million and twenty second dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, Jaunary 4th at 7pm. We celebrated Isaac Newton’s birthday with a little slide show!

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

Somnambulic – Martin Beauregard

Location One presented Somnambulic, the first New York solo exhibition by Canadian artist Martin Beauregard. This new body of work highlights persistent themes for the artist revolving around the relation between dream, illusion, and reality. It also produces a “fantastical strangeness” that is characteristic of Beauregard’s work, as he explores modes of perception through play and creation.

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

dorkbot NYC – November 2005

The nine million and second dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, November 2nd. It featured the lovely and talented: Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Carol Salmanson, Chris Vecchio.

“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”.

dorkbot NYC – October 2005

The nine million and second dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, October 5th. It featured the lovely and talented: Jeff Snyder, Maja Cerar, Douglas Repetto.

Open Stitch

15 artists spent seven days at Location One working intensely and in restricted conditions to produce wearable creations with only the tools and materials provided to them. A cross between art and fashion, the project temporarily removes the gallery from the appointed function of “showing” and moves it to the world of artistic production, raising questions about the circumstances, both physical and mental, of the creative process.

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.

dorkbot NYC – May 2005

The nine million and second dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, May 4th, 2005. It featuring the lovely and talented: Evan Raskob, Jeremy Bailey, Brian House.

IRP Exhibition Spring 2005 II

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.

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

dorkbot NYC – April 2005

The seven million twelfth dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, April 6th, 2005, 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: Daniel Greenfield, Mike Rosenthal, Tom Bogaert.

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”.

dorkbot NYC – March 2005

The twelve thousandth dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2005, 7pm. It Featured the lovely and talented: Chris Jordan and Joshua Goldberg, Kelly Dobson, Karla Grundick and Mistress Koyo.

“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.

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.

*IMHO* with Heather Wagner

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.

dorkbot NYC – February 2005

The twelve thousandth dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2005, 7pm. It Featured the lovely and talented: Jason Freeman, Aaron Yassin, Neg-Fi.

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.

dorkbot NYC – January 2005

The thirty thousandth dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, January 5th, 2005, 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: Paul Davies, Michelle Rosenberg, Jason Van Anden.

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.

dorkbot NYC – December 2004

The eighteen millionth dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, December 1st, 2004, 7pm. It featured the lovely and talented: Andrew Senior, Fred Adler (AKA Qatar), Douglas Repetto.

OHW with Ken Jordan

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

dorkbot NYC – November 2004

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.

“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.

Melissa Chiu

Curator of Contemporary Art Asia Society and Museum gave a talk on issues in Asian contemporary art, looking at transnationalism, and engagement with tradition, new media and market trends.

Pieranna Cavalchini, “A Birds-eye View…”

“A Bird’s-eye View of the Ephemerality in Art from the Baroque to the Present” with special attention to the transitory nature of today’s exhibition process. Pieranna Cavalchini is Curator of Contemporary Art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Pieranna Cavalchini, "A Birds-eye View…"

“A Bird’s-eye View of the Ephemerality in Art from the Baroque to the Present” with special attention to the transitory nature of today’s exhibition process. Pieranna Cavalchini is Curator of Contemporary Art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

dorkbot-nyc 2004-05-05

Location One is happy to host this month’s dorkbot-nyc meeting—a monthly gathering of artists (sound/image/movement/whatever), designers, engineers, students and other interested parties who are involved in the creation of electronic art (in the broadest sense of the term.). featuring the lovely and talented: Spot Draves, Rich LeGrand, Rob Seward.

Brian Whitman, “Music to Computers”

“Computer music” should not be “fast composition–” a human composer’s belief propagated through their model 1.2 billion times a second, it should be the residuals of a machine’s listening and expressive capabilities.

Brian Whitman, "Music to Computers"

“Computer music” should not be “fast composition–” a human composer’s belief propagated through their model 1.2 billion times a second, it should be the residuals of a machine’s listening and expressive capabilities.

Chris Csikszentmihalyi, “Edgy_Product”

This provocative and multi-talented artist, who will open the 2004-2005 season at Location One in September with an exhibition entitled Skin and Control, will give a talk on Wednesday, April 21st as part of our new Open House series of lectures/presentations by artists and curators.

Chris Csikszentmihalyi, "Edgy_Product"

This provocative and multi-talented artist, who will open the 2004-2005 season at Location One in September with an exhibition entitled Skin and Control, will give a talk on Wednesday, April 21st as part of our new Open House series of lectures/presentations by artists and curators.

Drazen Pantic, “The Luxury of Ignorance”

Co-director of Location One will talk about political and pragmatic implications of the open source movement as it affects artists today.

Drazen Pantic, "The Luxury of Ignorance"

Co-director of Location One will talk about political and pragmatic implications of the open source movement as it affects artists today.

dorkbot-nyc 2004-04-07

dorkbot-nyc kicked off the series with presentations by people doing strange things with electricity. This month's presenters: Andy Deck, Mikey Sklar, Ben Woodeson.

Mechanism no.1: war

Both the Doom_machine and Mechanism no.1 address our concerns and fears in the world as we embrace technology and its powers, both good and bad. Ultimately we are responsible for the power of technology and how it is used. This exhibition looks at the fear factor in the world particularly during these times of uncertainty and paranoia. It examines our innate pessimism regarding the world and our expectations for the future.

IRP Exhibition 2003

Location One, a not-for-profit multimedia arts organization, opened its second artists in residence group exhibition with multimedia work developed during their stay by Daniel Blaufuks (Portugal), Isabelle Jenniches (The Netherlands), Dominik Lejman (Poland), Jiun-Ting Lin (Taiwan), and Javier Viver (Spain). This exhibition was in Location One’s gallery through June 28, 2003 and was streamed live on our website (www.location1.org).

Dialogue with Richard Maxwell

Richard Maxwell is one of the most talked about new playwrights in the downtown scene whose work has also been produced increasingly around the country and in Europe. His recent play Joe was produced at PS 122. Other works include House, Boxing 2000, Drummer Wanted, and Caveman. Maxwell worked with Steppenwolf in Chicago where he was co-founder and director of the Cook County Theatre Department. He is now Artistic Director of New York City Players.

Letter From The Girl, Mailed at The Gas Station

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.

Part Two (a networked event on world conflict)

The focus of this ongoing investigation is to seek, in an informal way, the discursive possibilities of a relatively new practice—the live digital video mix. Six artists will experiment with this new medium to explore alternative ways of thinking about heavily mediated world events.

Bonnie Marranca, Creative director, Special Performance Projects

Bonnie Marranca is co-founder/Editor of the arts publishing house PAJ and continues to edit PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art (formerly titled Performing Arts Journal), which celebrated its 25th year in 2001. The triannual offers expanded coverage of performance, video, dance, drama, film, music, photography, installations, and new media. PAJ has also published numerous […]

Saoirse Higgins (Ireland)

Saoirse Higgins (Ireland) (pronounced See-er-sssha. It means ‘freedom’in Gaelic) Mechanism no. 1: War :: Saiorse Higgins, with Simon Schiessl (July 9-August 2, 2003) Doom Machine doom monitor :: Saiorse Higgins (Feb 2003-November 2005) http://artists.banff.org/saoirse/ [ you’ll never be the same after this, you were never the same after that] :: online-offline performance looking at the pull and push of time through Beckett

In Hot Pursuit Series: Philoctetes

During their voyage to Troy, the Greeks abandoned one of their own men. His name was Philoctetes.

In Hot Pursuit Series: Sonnets for an Old Century

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.

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.

Fall Music Series: Mark Feldman

Violinist and Composer Mark Feldman will present a concert of music for solo violin featuring compositions from his CD Music for Violin Alone (Tzadik).

Performance Ideas: Myth and the Contemporary

Panelists: Meredith Monk,, John Jesurun,, Mary Lucier, Eiko Otake, Theodora Skiptares, Moderator: Bonnie Marranca

go_Home

Project Description: In the four-month residency and online project go_HOME, Bosnian artist Danica Daki and Croatian artist Sandra Sterle will explore physical, cultural, and psychological dislocation and strategies for rebuilding and renewal.

Voices of Anxious Objects

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.

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