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Carlos Amorales & Javier Viver – video installations

For the month of March, Location One will devote its galleries to two exceptional videos by Mexican artist Carlos Amorales and Spanish artist Javier Viver.

Carlos Amorales & Javier Viver – video installations

For the month of March, Location One will devote its galleries to two exceptional videos by Mexican artist Carlos Amorales and Spanish artist Javier Viver.

Phosphene Variations

A new project by renowned video artist Jason Akira Somma. Interactive holographic video performance/exhibition.

One and Many

A group show featuring work by Monica Baptista, Hiraku Suzuki, Agnieszka Kurant, Jacob Dahl Jürgensen, David Molander, and Atsushi Kaga. These artists engage a variety of mediums, from digital film and photography to the traditional art of sewing, transforming one piece into many as they channel possible meta-narratives in their work.

Jacob Dahl Jürgensen

Jacob Dahl Jürgensen (Denmark) Danish Arts Agency Born in Copenhagen, 1975. Lives and works in London. Jacob Dahl Jürgensen is an artist based in London. He works with several mediums—including sculpture, video, collage and printmaking—and often combines these in overall installations. It is, however, ideas that drive the work forward. Jürgensen is interested in how […]

Dwelling in Perennial Dreams

Dwelling in Perennial Dreams is an interactive installation. This work invites the audience to imagine caring for orphaned babies in Thailand. Several cradles, each holding two TV monitors placed screen side up, play videos of the upper and lower part of a baby sleeping.

Bundith Phunsombatlert

Bundith Phunsombatlert (Thailand) Asian Cultural Council “As
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 the
 past
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 residing
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 ever‐changing 
social, 
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framework 
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globalization. 
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seek
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 analyze
 and
 synthesize
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 issues
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 the
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 of
 history
 to
 form
 art
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Xtracurricular: Jill Magid

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.

In the Making

“In the Making,” featuring new individual installations by Karolina Kowalska, Lovisa Ringborg, Yasuko Toyoshima, and Joana Villaverde.

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 […]

John O’Connell

John O’Connell (Ireland) The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon John O’Connell lives and works in Dublin. He holds an MA from the Royal College of Art, London and a BA from the National College of Art, Dublin. O’Connell has exhibited extensively in Europe, Ireland and in the USA employing a variety of working methods […]

John O'Connell

John O’Connell (Ireland) The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon John O’Connell lives and works in Dublin. He holds an MA from the Royal College of Art, London and a BA from the National College of Art, Dublin. O’Connell has exhibited extensively in Europe, Ireland and in the USA employing a variety of working methods […]

John O'Connell

John O’Connell (Ireland) The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon John O’Connell lives and works in Dublin. He holds an MA from the Royal College of Art, London and a BA from the National College of Art, Dublin. O’Connell has exhibited extensively in Europe, Ireland and in the USA employing a variety of working methods […]

Adel Abidin I’m Sorry

A new exhibition by Iraqi artist-in-residence (From Finland) Adel Abidin. Video, animation and installation reflecting on the war and the destruction of his country with humor, irony and poignance.

Adel Abidin I'm Sorry

A new exhibition by Iraqi artist-in-residence (From Finland) Adel Abidin. Video, animation and installation reflecting on the war and the destruction of his country with humor, irony and poignance.

Joan Jonas Drawing/Performance/Video

A new exhibition by Joan Jonas that explores the role of drawing in the artist's performance and video work.

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.

Tomomi Adachi

Tomomi Adachi Tomomi Adachi was born in Kanazawa, Japan in 1972 and graduated from Waseda University in Tokyo in 1994 with a degree in philosophy and aesthetics. He has created multiple sound installations inspired by Fluxus, played improvised music with voice, live electronics, self-made instruments (e.g. the “Tomomim”), and has composed works for his own […]

Laurie Anderson: From the Air

An exhibition by 2008 Senior Artist-in-Residence Laurie Anderson. Two installations, From the Air, and Aleph

10 Year Anniversary Benefit Gala

 Location One celebrates 10 years with a special anniversary benefit gala honoring Laurie Anderson.

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 […]

Virginie Yassef : Alloy

Opening Reception Virginie Yassef: Alloy Thursday, September 11, from 6-8pm Please join FIAF for the opening reception of Virginie Yassef’s Alloy, as part of the Crossing the Line festival. The videos, photographs, sculptures, and installations of Virginie Yassef reveal the poetry of everyday life, emphasizing the subtle gap between perception and reality. Currently, Ms. Yassef […]

André Gonçalves (Portugal)

Andre Goncalves, Pong - The Analog Arcade Machine 2008

Jean Shin Artist Talk

A conversation with Jean Shin and Nathalie Anglès on the topic of Shin's exhibition "And we move"

Nayda Collazo Llorens – SPACE – Pittsburgh

Nayda Collazo-Llorens, Restructured Topography, mixed media wall/window installation, 2008 http://www.naydacollazollorens.com/installations1.html SPACE invites you to You Are Here Guest Curator: Robert Raczka June 27 – August 9, 2008 Opening Reception + Gallery Crawl: July 11th  5:30 – 9pm Art that addresses place, real or imagined, and will include various forms of representation from literal depiction to […]

Rob Kennedy: I Relish Your Balderdash

A screening/talk/reading presented by Scottish artist-in-residence Rob Kennedy concerning the absurdities, problems and possibilities of language, as affected by image, text, time, sense and nonsense. Kennedy presents a video screening Hapless, Helpless and Hopeless and two other films.

Virginie Yassef – Jeu de Paume

Virginie Yassef : “La seconde est partie la première” Programmation Satellite. Cycle “Terrains de jeux” 4/4 du 01 juillet au 28 septembre 2008 Virginie Yassef crée des vidéos, des photographies et des sculptures qui semblent puiser leur source dans le monde de l’enfance. Sous le regard de l’artiste, les gestes du quotidien, des situations simples […]

Hermelinde Hergenhahn – Artist Statement

Hermelinde Hergenhahn “Proposal for Bagman & Straight Ladies” spoken word transformed into media. A work for two beamers & a cutter”. 2008 is addressed to New York. Its footage is found on the street through accidental meetings and observations. Text and title are illusive, both material and immaterial. They exist in, on and through wall […]

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.

Katia Kameli & Kuba Bakowski

New work by Kuba Bakowski and Katia Kameli, two artists participating in Location One's International Residency Program.

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 […]

Crater New York: a Lunar Drawing Contest

An installation of the moon with colonies created by participating artists. Contestants draw from the model using either a computer or pen and paper, and in the end, a jury of esteemed experts chooses the winner. The winner receives a plot of real estate on the moon.

Jean Shin (U.S.A./Korea)

Jean (USA/Korea) creates elaborate sculptures and site-specific installations that suggest imaginary communities through the use of accumulated cast-offs. Mary Ceruti writes, "Jean Shin uses discarded material (the excess, the forgotten, the no longer useful) in works that operate between abstraction and representation. Made from the remnants of contemporary urban life, Shin's sculptures form a sort of visual history and a social mapping."

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.

MAIN GALLERY EXHIBITIONS

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 […]

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” […]

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, […]

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.

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 […]

Bewernitz & Goldowski – VOLUME at 3rd Ward

Nathalie Bewernitz and Marek Golodowski will be presenting “UNVEILED PRESENCE (secret sounds 2)” at 3rd Ward/Brooklyn , New York. Volume: Experiments with Sound + Video Curated by Mariko Tanaka Exhibition: March 30th-April 19, 2007 Opening Reception: Friday, March 30th, 2007, from 6-9 pm http://www.3rdwardbrooklyn.org Featured Artists: Natalie Bewernitz & Marek Goldowski, Ian Curry, Åsa Elzén […]

Bewernitz & Goldowski – VOLUME at 3rd Ward

Nathalie Bewernitz and Marek Golodowski will be presenting “UNVEILED PRESENCE (secret sounds 2)” at 3rd Ward/Brooklyn , New York. Volume: Experiments with Sound + Video Curated by Mariko Tanaka Exhibition: March 30th-April 19, 2007 Opening Reception: Friday, March 30th, 2007, from 6-9 pm http://www.3rdwardbrooklyn.org Featured Artists: Natalie Bewernitz & Marek Goldowski, Ian Curry, Åsa Elzén […]

IRP Exhibition: Winter 2007

Location One presents the first of two exhibitions showcasing new work developed during their residencies by eight artists participating in the 2006-2007 International Residency Program.

dorkbot NYC – February 2007

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

Wu Ta-Kun (Taiwan)

Wu Ta-Kun (Taiwan) This Taiwanese artist creates videos and sound installations that attempt to convey physicality and sensation.

Yumiko Furukawa (Japan)

Yumiko Furukawa (Japan) Using words and images derived from literature, Yumiko creates unique video and sculpture installations and performances, which serve as a bridge between literature and visual arts.

Lydia Venieri (Greece)

Lydia Venieri (Greece) Lydia is a multiple media artist whose work ranges from sculpture to installations incorporating painting, photography, video and the Internet. The fusion of mythological references with the everyday lies at the heart of her inspiration : “I create universes and landscapes where I project stories, conspiracy theories related to the media and mythological legends”.

Wang Ya-Hui (Taiwan)

Wang Ya-Hui (Taiwan) Wang,Ya-hui is primarily a video and video installation artist. Her work is driven by the exploration of human consciousness and examines how hidden or conscious changes of “being” are triggered through illusion and imagination. Her installations often make apparent shifts of perception and the passage of one visible reality to another.

Andrew Duggan (Ireland)

Andrew Duggan (Ireland) Andrew’s new media work and installations investigate the space between tradition (fact, folk/lore etc.) and contemporary space and time. He plays with cultural representations and perceptions and has presented many projects in the public domain. In Kerry, the Bán/Blanc series (2004) were projected onto a building reputed to have been prepared for the escape and arrival of Marie Antoinette. Andrew also frequently collaborates with dancers, musicians and cultural institutions.

Isabelle Ferreira (France)

Isabelle Ferreira (France) Isabelle’s work seems to prevail within that unlikely calm preceding the breaking storm. Her videos and sculptures - on occasion performance and installations- appear to leave time at a loose end: gesture and motion are slowed down and hidden rhythms revealed.

Virginie Yassef (France)

Virginie Yassef (France) Yassef’s videos, photographs, sculptures and installations reveal the poetry of everyday life, emphasizing the subtle gap between perception and reality. Strangeness and often even the supernatural surfaces when and where one least expects it.

Bundith Phunsombatlert (Thailand)

Bundith Phunsombatlert (Thailand) In recent years Mr. Phumsombatlert has used printmaking processes in developing three-dimensional objects which are included in mixed media installations. Social issues and a critical awareness of our consumerist society are a dominant feature in his work.

So Youn Jeong (Korea)

So Youn Jeong (Korea) In her videos and installations, So Youn Jeong’s explores aesthetic issues relating to time and space, memory and identity. Recent works investigate the radical impact on the human spirit of an era driven by the obsession for speed in different times and spaces. The interactive nature of art constitutes another area of interest for the artist.

Natalie Bewernitz / Marek Goldowski (Germany)

Natalie Bewernitz / Marek Goldowski (Germany) Berwernitz / Goldowski have been working together since 2000. Their work focuses on tracing the possibilities and limits of depicting individual personality in its physical, spiritual and psychological dimensions. Mapping out the characteristics and peculiarities inherent to each individual is achieved in the form of interactive and multi-channel installations realized with computer-based self-generating sound creation in real time.

dorkbot NYC

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

*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.

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.

*IMHO* with Nina Sobell

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

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.

Slowscan Soundave (III) & The Telæsthetic Finger

Location One continued its Fall 2005 season with an exhibition in two parts featuring a large-scale interactive installation in the main gallery and a collection of smaller sound pieces in the project room.

Slowscan Soundave (III) & The Telæsthetic Finger

Location One continued its Fall 2005 season with an exhibition in two parts featuring a large-scale interactive installation in the main gallery and a collection of smaller sound pieces in the project room.

IRP Exhibition Spring 2005 III

IRP Exhibition Spring 2005 III June 4th - July 30th, 2005 featuring Yumiko Furukawa, Kenny Hunter, Wu Ta-Kun, and Mariana Viegas

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.

IRP Exhibition Spring 2005

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)

Skin and Control book signing and reception

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

Odd Job back in NY

Fifteen years after making a brief splash as an ill-fated downtown supergroup in the avant jazz and experimental music scene, Odd Job (Shelley Hirsch, Ned Rothenberg, David Weinstein and Samm Bennett along with new member bassplayer Stomu Takeishi) gave a one night reunion concert at Location One on Friday, January 21st , 2005.

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 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.

Chris Csikszentmihalyi, Skin & Control

Rising out of the gallery floor and disappearing into the walls, two large-scale installations by MIT-based artist Chris Csikszentmihályi (cheek-sent-mee-high) occupied Location One’s space for the Fall Season 2004. The installations explore two central technologies of our late industrial society, the airplane and the control panel, rehearsing our dependence on complex technologies and the vulnerability they engender.

Chris Csikszentmihalyi, Skin & Control

Rising out of the gallery floor and disappearing into the walls, two large-scale installations by MIT-based artist Chris Csikszentmihályi (cheek-sent-mee-high) occupied Location One’s space for the Fall Season 2004. The installations explore two central technologies of our late industrial society, the airplane and the control panel, rehearsing our dependence on complex technologies and the vulnerability they engender.

IRP Exhibition 2004

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

On Translation: On View

On View, a new work from On Translation Series, conceived and shot in Japan, post-produced in New York at Location One, is a work about viewing, looking… waiting… as contemporary rituals. Waiting in lines, airport standby, museum audience, tourist photo opportunities… Interrogations on where, when, why, who and what are part of the intention of the work.

Mark Themann (Germany/Australia)

Mark Themann received his M.F.A. from the California State University Long Beach in 1984. Mark Themann’s residency at Location One is sponsored by the New Media Arts Board-Australia Council and Arts Victoria.

Federico Muelas (Spain)

Federico was born in Madrid, Spain where he obtained his undergraduate degree in Fine Arts at University of Castilla. In 1999, he was granted a scholarship for an MFA program in Computer arts at the School of Visual Arts, where he specialized in computer aided installations.He has exhibited throughout Europe, the United States and South America.

Radical Low: “RL.1″

“RL.1″ is a work for solo dancer, video, and music. Dancer/choreographer Chantal Yzermans creates expressive, abstracted forms and motions with the restrained power and expanded time-sense of butoh.

Radical Low: "RL.1"

“RL.1″ is a work for solo dancer, video, and music. Dancer/choreographer Chantal Yzermans creates expressive, abstracted forms and motions with the restrained power and expanded time-sense of butoh.

Radical Low: "RL.1"

“RL.1″ is a work for solo dancer, video, and music. Dancer/choreographer Chantal Yzermans creates expressive, abstracted forms and motions with the restrained power and expanded time-sense of butoh.

Under Strange Skies

A free public screening of Daniel Blaufuk’s documentary Under Strange Skies, the story of his German Jewish family’s flight from Nazi Germany to Lisbon.

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).

Kurt Ralske (USA)

Kurt Ralske is a Manhattan-based video artist and composer. His work is exclusively created with his own custom software, written in C, Java, and Max/MSP, and involves the expressive improvisation of both sound and image, simultaneously and in real-time.

Miguel Soares (Portugal)

Although Soares has been experimenting in several mediums, his more recent installations tend to combine video animation, DVD projection, and stereo sounds of his own composition.

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 […]

Daniel Blaufuks (Portugal)

His latest work Collected Short Stories can be seen at present at the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon, displaying several photographic dipthycs in a kind of “snapshot prose”, a speech based on visual fragments that give indication of private stories on their way to becoming public.

Signal to Noise

A group exhibition featuring works that explore the relationship of sound and light waves. Featuring work by Atsushi Nishijima, Erwin Redl, Laurie Spiegel, and Heather Wagner

March Music Series: Atsushi Nishijima

Trained in experimental and contemporary music, Nishijima creates sculptures and installations that emphasize the idea that sound, and thereby music, is inherent in all objects and environments.

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.

Performance Ideas: Myth and the Contemporary

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

Subtractive Creation/Visible Sound

A Multimedia Installation by composer and visual artist Atsushi Nishijima

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.

O2=O3; Fractured Oxygen=Ozone

The exhibition comprises six pieces that result from Sonnier's investigations into the work of Nikola Tesla during the period 1990-1997.

Atsushi Nishijima (Japan)

Composer and visual artist, Atsushi Nishijima received his Bachelor’s degree in Musical Technology from the Osaka University of Art in 1989 and his Master’s degree in Media Art in 2001 from the International Academy of Media Arts and Science in Gifu. Originally from Kyoto and trained in experimental and contemporary music, Nishijima creates sculptures and installations which emphasize the idea that sound, and thereby music, is inherent in all objects and environments.

Delivery System No 1

Gregory Whitehead is a playwright, audio artist, voice performer, radiomaker. Since 1984, Whitehead has written, performed and produced over eighty audio features, documentaries and earplays for broadcast in the US and abroad, together with an extensive list of credits in new media, theater, film and installations.

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.

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.