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An evening of live performance echoing within a visual arena, instigated by dancer/choreographer Luke Miller.
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.
Agnieszka Kurant (Poland) Polish Cultural Institute Trust for Mutual Understanding Born in Łodz, 1978. Lives and works in Warsaw. Agnieszka Kurant is an artist based in Warsaw. She represented Poland at the Polish Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2010 (collaboration with the architect Aleksandra Wasilkowska). She is interested in the ways in which trying to interpret [...]
A discussion of participatory theatre, the politics of theatre in the visual arts, theatre as process, community, virtuosity, the performance text, and the role of the body. The discussion, the second in a series moderated by Paul David Young, will be published in the special one hundredth issue of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art in February 2012.
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 [...]
Artists 2012-2013 André Feliciano (Brazil) Brazilian Cultural Office and Location One International Committee André Feliciano considers himself an art gardener. His utopian view of the world can be better understood by his concept of “Floraissance Art,” which mixes the words “flora” and “renaissance” and calls for a postmodern return to arcadia. Feliciano uses words like [...]
Artist talk with Bosnian artist Nebojsa Seric Shoba. In conversation with Jovana Stokic and Drazen Pantic
Doroszuk was born in 1980 in Glogów, Poland and currently resides in Kraków where he received his MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2006. In addition to critically acclaimed solo exhibition Special Features at BWA Awangarda Gallery (2009, Wroclaw), and another at the Bunkier Sztuki (2007, Kraków), he has participated in innumerable group [...]
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.
Location One is pleased to present the first of its summer 2009 International Residency Program Exhibitions, featuring the work of two outstanding emerging artists, Nicolas Grospierre and Kaeko Mizukoshi.
Life? Biomorphic Forms in Sculpture Kunsthaus Graz 27.09.2008 – 11.01.2009 opening on the 26th of September 2008, 7pm The exhibition goes further into existential questions in contemporary sculpture and reveals forms of the organic, of the bio- and anthropomorphic as well as a broadening of the notion of sculptural material. Participating artists: Ruth Asawa, Louise [...]
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 [...]
Participating artists Alterazioni Video (Paololuca Barbieri) & Nina Canell Participating Artist/Curator: Krist Gruijthuijsen MANIFESTA 7 THE EUROPEAN BIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART TRENTINO – SOUTH TYROL, ITALY 19 JULY – 2 NOVEMBER 2008 All exhibition venues open from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm. Official Opening: 19 July, 2008. http://www.manifesta7.it MANIFESTA 7 IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE [...]
Night Projection OPENING RECEPTION; Monday, March 10. 2008 at 6 pm EXHIBITION OPEN FROM 11.03 till 20.04.2008, everyday except for Mondays, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friadys to 9 p.m. Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle Al. Ujazdowskie 6, 00-461 Warsaw Tel. (48 22) 628 12 71/3 www.csw.art.pl
Pieranna Cavalchini, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston in conversation with artist Lida Abdul.
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.
Kuba Bakowski (Poland). Themes of overcoming gravitation and the exploration of physical limitations of one's body mark Kuba’s diverse body of work. As he investigates the confrontation between the real world and the artificial world generated by digital media, his approach is part utopian, part ironic, and is tinged with a perverse sense of humor.
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 [...]
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, [...]
LOCATION ONE IN THE PRESS Press inquiries contact Steve Cukierski +1 212-334-3347 : firstname.lastname@example.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 [...]
The 42147th dorkbot-nyc meeting took place on Wednesday, March 7th, 2007, at 7pm.
Agnieszka Kalinowska (Poland) Kalinowska’s multifaceted video and installation practice investigates the observation of human behavior in extreme conditions and states of emotional and psychic tension. Her work makes visible the condensation of energy and the hidden potential revealed in such situations, such as fear or hope, in a contemporary social and political context.
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.
Vesna Pavlovic graduated in camera studies at the academy of Drama Arts in Belgrade. She has been working actively as a photographer since 1990 and has a strong background in documentary photography.
Dominik Lejman (Poland) In his work, Dominik explores time-based painting in relation to his practice of using video projection layers that are optically merged with the physical painted image. Considered as paintings, all of his projection work paradoxically requires bright, lit space. As such, the gallery or the public space becomes the negative of the cinematic experience.
Over the past thirty-five years Julius Hemphill has earned a reputation as one who broke down boundaries and defied labels.
In 1940, Hedy Lamarr, the “most beautiful woman in the world” and composer George Antheil, the “bad boy of music” met at a Hollywood dinner party. Two years later, they received a patent for an invention now recognized as the model for wireless communication.
Perhaps the most influential of Polish cutting-edge artists, the Themersons produced five short films between 1930 and 1937 in Warsaw that rank among the greatest of European avant-garde: Pharmacy, Europa, Moment Musical, Short Circuit and The Adventure of a Good Citizen.
Marta Deskur was born in Krakow in 1962 and studied at the École de Beaux Arts, Aix-en-Provence. She received the Diplôme National Superieur d’expression plastique in 1998. Her latest work, Rodzina (Family) has been exhibited in Poland at the Goethe Institute and elsewhere in Europe. Web project New Baby? was created during Marta Deskur’s residency at Location One
Ned Rothenberg composes and performs on saxophones, bass clarinet, flute and shakuhachi (an end blown Japanese bamboo flute). He has been internationally acclaimed for his solo music which he has presented for the past 16 years in hundreds of concerts throughout North and South America, Europe and Japan. He leads the ensembles Double Band and [...]