Nightflight Elsewhere, a site specific rooftop video installation at Elsewhere as part of Landscape artist series, curated by Molly Surno. For this project, I will map the sky above coordinates of the building. I will perform a one night live electronic score, composed from a real time visual and sonic mapping of satellite and space debris in orbit over Elsewhere.
Other artists as part of series: Hisham Akira Bharoocha and Andrea Wolf.
Tickets (available on site): 10€ (standard fare) / 8€ (student, job seeker fare)
Doors open at 19:30
For the 9th edition of SCRATCH EXPANDED, Light Cone pursues the exploration of expanded cinema forms and practices by inviting artists who will present installations and film performances. Open-air screenings of 16mm & 35mm experimental films will take place in the Voûtes garden and a video works program will also be presented during the evening.
View Full program here: https://lightcone.org/en/news-497-scratch-expanded-9
Freak Flag Fest (FFF) brings together art, music, food and friends.
FFF is sonic, video, projection and installation art, plus awesomely discordant music loud and quiet. From long standing jazz artists like Cooper Moore to rock legends like Mike Watt, rap from Prince Harvey, Upper Wilds (featuring Dan Friel), and more, the festival will span and bend genres, ears, eyes and minds.
Friday June 15th:
Scott Kiernan and Victoria Keddie
Mia Theodoratus with lary7 and Michael Evans
Spires That In The Sunset Rise
Hippy With a Hammer (Steve DiBenedetto of Ted Carol Alice, Ernie Brooks of Modern Lovers, Bill Komoski of Dirty Mirrors, Jon Kessler of Patsys)
Upper Wilds (with Dan Friel)
More information and full line up here: http://freakflag.info/
7 Belvidere is honored to host Bill Daniel, the nomadic photographer, filmmaker, and legend of DIY underground touring, for a celebration of the release of his new book, TRI-X NOISE. Jam packed with four decades of Bill's top notch 35mm photos documenting the underground heroes and venues of early punk, graffiti, bike messenger, and freight hopping scenes, TRI X NOISE is overflowing with a rich and vital subcultural lifeforce. On this special night, Bill is joined by DIY luminaries, Tooth, of Oakland's Black Hole Cinematheque (performing as arc), Brooklyn's own, Victoria Keddie of ESP TV, and photographer, Lila Lee, for a night of photo exhibition, experimental film, and live music accompaniment!
More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1254319331371922/
Live Televisual Mix and Broadcast by E.S.P. TV
in partnership with RVNG records
Host: Jennifer Vanilla
Featuring Live performances by: Shy Layers, Bobo, and Palmboman II, along with Secret Special guests
More information here: https://www.northsidefestival.com/
The series “COMMON VISIONS”, co-programmed by Almudena Escobar López & Herb Shellenberger for the Winter 2018 Flaherty Seminar series at Anthology Film Archives (New York), proposed a critical look at a multitude of collaborative practices in non-fiction film and media. For aemi, the programmers have organized a single screening
showcasing three of the featured artists/collectives shown in the series, providing several examples of the ways both single artists and groups can think and create collaboratively, through varied forms, techniques and aesthetic strategies.
Flaherty NYC:: January 17-March 27, 2018 at Anthology Film Archives
CLOSING NIGHT: PROGRAM 6
“HELLO, YOU’RE ON LIVE”
Tara Merenda Nelson, Alison Folland, Scott Kiernan (E.S.P. TV) and Victoria Keddie (E.S.P. TV) in person. Co-presented with Electronic Arts Intermix.
KwieKulik OPEN FORM: SCHOOL Poland, 1971, 9 min, 35mm-to-digital
various COLAB 78’-80’ U.S., 1978-80, 10-min excerpt, digital
Nam June Paik GOOD MORNING MR. ORWELL U.S., 1984, 38 min, digital
Tara Merenda Nelson, Alison Folland, Elaine Bay, Dave Ortega, Deven Smith-Clarke & Gordon Nelson FRUIT HOSPITAL 1-2 U.S., 2014, 10 min, digital
E.S.P. TV E.S.P. TV SEASON SEVEN U.S., 2017, 30 min, digital
General Admission $8 / Students & Members $6
Microscope is pleased to present as part of its series YES a screening of new and recent short videos by New York artists Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan. Both artists unveil elements usually hidden in the imagery and production thereof, such as the medium, technologies, and means of dissemination used, including subtleties only readable in the texture and composition of the image as well as more explicit aspects that bring the actual machinery and techniques employed to the foreground.
Keddie and Kiernan will be in attendance and available for a Q&A following the screening.
Commissioned video work to premiere as part of closing exhibition event.
Basquiat: Boom for Real is the first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960—1988).
PUBLISHED BY THE ARTIST
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Sonic Arcade includes two nested exhibitions: the first, curated by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, features commissions by Emily Counts and Make Noise; the second, curated by Radius, comprises off-site, site-specific commissions by Deborah Stratman and Anna Friz.
Thursday, August 24th at Next To Nothing Galleryfor an opening from 6 to 9pm and on Wednesday, August 30th for a closing party from 6 to 9pm. Artwork will be on display from August 24th to September 3rd. View works on Paddle 8 : https://paddle8.com/auction/film-makers-cooperative/
Video installation and screening event in conjunction with Transfer Gallery (NYC) and the Umatilla National Forest in Oregon with Signal Fire Arts. Curated by Rick Silva.
Participating artists: Nicolas Sassoon, Sabrina Ratté, Peter Burr, Brandon Blommaert, Carl Burton, Victoria Keddie
Cannibal Mécanique is a marriage of analog electronic sound, analog video feedback, signal generation, and choreography. The composition is a synthesis of analog electronic systems, recording processes, choreography, and the unique (energy) exchange between man and machine in an active magnetic field. The project is expansive in that it encompasses live performance, real time video mixing, post-production, and a living, evolving spatial environment. In short the project is: a live dance performance, a video and sound composition, and a media based installation.
This iteration involves multiple cameras circling around a single performer.
Performer : Elisa Santiago
E.S.P. TV Live from BRIC
In conjunction with the exhibition "Public Access / Open Networks"
with live performances by:
Camilla Padgitt-Coles and Ka Baird w/ Taralie Peterson
JD WALSH (Shy Layers)
Directed and produced by Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan
In the late 1960s, visual artists experimenting with the new medium of video saw the potential of public access television to act as an open and uncensored platform for the creation and dissemination of their work. This exhibition will present both key and lesser-known figures who worked in the public-access arena, as well as contemporary artists experimenting with the democratic potential of new media platforms on the Internet. BRIC’s own public access channels will be continuously aired in the gallery space, and a stage in the center of the gallery will act as a set for the production of new programming by BRIC’s community producers.
Historic and recent programming by: Collaborative Projects, Jaime Davidovich, Glenn O’Brien, Nam June Paik, Paper Tiger TV, and Tony Ramos. Contemporary artist projects by: Natalie Bookchin, E.S.P. TV, Jayson Musson, Jon Rubin, and URe:AD Press (Shani Peters and Sharita Towne).
The exhibition will host a live to tape event with E.S.P. TV on April 15th inside gallery exhibition space. The event will be broadcast on Bric Media. Full program TBACurated by Jenny Gerow, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art. More information: http://www.bricartsmedia.org/art-exhibitions/public-accessopen-networks
OPENING RECEPTION: March 22, 2017 | 7-9PM