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“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.

New Work by Andre Feliciano, Everett Kane, Nuno Henrique

New work by artists Andrea Feliciano, Everett Kane, Nuno Henrique

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.

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.

Gonzalo Puch

Gonzalo Puch (Spain) Location One International Committee Gonzalo Puch lives in Madrid, teaches at the University in Cuenca, and is a native of Sevilla. He creates situations or “incidents”, generally in neutral environments such as classrooms, or his own apartment, which he then records photographically and presents as large, color photographic prints. Although his working […]

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 […]

Sharon Stone in Abuja

SHARON STONE IN ABUJA an exhibition conceived by Zina Saro-Wiwa, British-Nigerian film-maker and founder of AfricaLab, an organisation dedicated to re-imagining Africa.

Yes, But…

An exhibition of keynote works by Vik Muniz and new works from Alexandra Mota de Aguiar, Mattias Ericsson, Wojtek Doroszuk, and Zhou Tao

Sophie Macpherson (Scotland)

  Born in 1972 in Aylesbury , Sophie Macpherson lives and works in Glasgow, where she graduated with honors from the Environmental Art Dept, Glasgow School of Art. Macpherson develops an cross disciplinary practice in which research and the making of objects relates as much to performativity as the content does. She makes constructions, sculptures, […]

Eric Siu @ Monkey Town

CUT!” showcases video and live performance works that disassemble and re-interpret visual classics. Inside the 4-screen immersive environment, the appropriation of found imaginary cleanses our everyday excessive visual pollution and bombs back with awaken pixels and beats. 99 minutes of audio-visual recycle and review cinema to realign our sensory debauchery in language, politics and global […]

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.

Xu Tan – New Museum – June 19th – 21st, 2008

  Benji Okuda instructing a life drawing class, an adult night school group at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Image courtesy of the National Archives, Records of the War Relocation Authority, 1941-1947. June 16, 2008 New Museum Night School: Public Seminar 6 Space within space within space / Things to do while […]

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 […]

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.

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 […]

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” […]

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 […]

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.

Mariana Viegas (Portugal)

Mariana Viegas (Portugal) Mariana works mainly with photography and video, questioning the media and subverting reality. In the artist’s view, landscape is an entity which is transformed by our presence and which, in turn, transforms us. Mariana observes and records the daily rituals performed by people in natural environments which are developed within the urban habitat, and draws out of these situations possibilities of existing narratives.

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”.

Yoon-Young Park (Korea)

Yoon-Young Park (Korea) Trained as a traditional Oriental painter in Korea, Yoon-Young’s drawings and paintings integrate calligraphic and surrealistic methods of working into which the artist incorporates a wide range of contemporary cultural references ranging from fiction, documentary movies and plays to quiz sessions for the audience.

*IMHO* with Luke Murphy

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

International Residency Program 2005-2006 – Group Show I

On Thursday, February 9th, Location One presented the first of two Spring exhibitions showcasing new work developed by artists from Italy, France, Germany, Korea, and Portugal who are participating in the 2005-2006 International Residency Program. Featured works represent a diverse range of artistic approaches.

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

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.

PASSED for EXPORT: an installation.

The US Bill of Rights and monumental images of American landscape as seen through the eyes of Australian-German artist Mark Themann.

Red Alert

Gustavo is a robot that has been discarded in a black garbage bag. Out of this bag extends Gustavo’s motorized arm, with a laser that is carving a drawing on the wall. Do robots dream of being artists?

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.

Under the Rain

It is a great pleasure to present the first solo exhibition of work by the internationally celebrated filmmaker Alfred Guzzetti.

Wake the Dead Spring Music Series : Arch and How I See the World, #1

With electric harp, processors, multiple projections, and cameras, they perform a live music/live video duet. Parkins continues her sonic research on her self-invented electric harp, a hybrid of an acoustic harp and an electric guitar. Higgins utilizes video mixers and cameras in a live performance setting, enabling her to “play” the video as a musician would play an instrument.