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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 […]
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.
As part of the International Residency Program, Location One organizes artist discussions between the residents and curators, art critics or other artists. These discussions are video taped and placed here for public viewing. Eric Van Hove with ArezooCliff Evans with Rachel Gugulberger Ruey-Hsiaan Hsu with Eric Schiner Miguel Palma with Marie Losier Agnieszka Kalinowska with […]
Senior Artists-in-Residence Martha Rosler (2006-2007) Laurie Anderson (2007-2008) Joan Jonas (2008-2009) Carolee Schneemann (2009-2010) Pablo Helguera (2011-2012) Artists-in-Residence 2001-2013 2012-2013 André Feliciano (Brazil) Nuno Henrique (Portugal) Marta Jovanović (Serbia) Everett Kane (US) Marie Lund (Denmark) Raz Mesinai (US) 2011-2012 Pablo Helguera (Mexico) Jacob Dahl Jürgensen (Denmark) Maria José Arjona (Colombia) Hiraku Suzuki (Japan) Michaela Müller […]
Ruey-Hsiaan Hsu (Taiwan)
Ruey-Hsiaan Hsu uses mechanical elements as a creative medium. He builds technically complex and conceptually sophisticated “machines” whose motions are activated by the audience and stimulate memories and emotions. Exploring the ways in which sound, images, and new media might be used to extend the language of his work are a new development.