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.
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).
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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
Pioneer Works is very pleased to present WORK, E.S.P. TV’s first institutional solo exhibition in the United States. Directed by Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan, E.S.P. TV is most known for their live television taping events featuring collaborations for broadcast with underground poets, musicians, and other artists via their mobile television studio.
For this exhibition’s six-week run, E.S.P. TV will make Pioneer Works itself their subject, relocating the organization’s second-floor, open-plan office to the first-floor’s main exhibition space. The banal realities of institutional labor will thus be “live-mixed” daily. Over time, the day-to-day office routines and patterns will become fodder for a serial program to be broadcast on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network. This project follows E.S.P. TV’s six-month residency at Pioneer Works in January 2016, during which they closely observed the building’s unique environment and close-knit, collective office culture, working closely with in-house curator David Everitt Howe to envision this social experiment and exhibition. More information here: https://pioneerworks.org/exhibitions/
Audio tour here: http://esptour.org/
I am a co organizer of the silent auction fundraiser event for the volunteer border group: No More Deaths, to be held at Salon 94 Freemans Gallery and Paddle 8 online on January 18, 2017.
Fundraiser director: David Fierman of Fierman Gallery
More information on the Fundraiser event and ways to donate: https://nmdbenefit.splashthat.com/
More information on No More Deaths here: http://forms.nomoredeaths.org/en/
Nasty Women Exhibition
Directed by Jessamyn Fiore and Roxy Paine. I am co- organizing and an artist contributor to fundraiser exhibition for Planned Parenthood. More info here: http://knockdown.center/event/nasty-women-exhibition/
Curated by Peter Evans
8pm/ $20 ($15 for students)
Jan 9 - Amir ElSaffar
Jan 10 - Kassa Overall
Jan 11 - Ohal Grietzer, Victoria Keddie
Jan 12 - Miya Masaoka, Byron Westbrook
Jan 13 - Tomeka Reid, Jamie Branch, with Selina Trepp (live animation)
Jan 14 - Diego Espinosa
Jan 15 - Levy Lorenzo, Lea Bertucci
The inaugural Optics 0:0 multimedia festival directed by Victoria Keddie looks into the modalities of creation, production, and performance involving video based technologies. The festival looks to continue a trajectory in the exploration of process, with three curated events. Featuring live performances, new premieres, and historical works by:
Alex Bag, Tom Rubnitz featuring Ann Magnusson, Brenna Murphy, Richard Serra, Rose Kallal, Kenny Curwood, Ben Vida, Jeff DeGolier, Jeremy Couillard, Sabrina Ratté, Roger Tellier Craig, Sara Ludy, Peter Burr, Xeno & Oaklander Scott Kiernan, Michael Robinson, Jennifer Juniper Stratford, Elena Romenkova, Takeshi Murata, Damon Zucconi, Sydney Shen, Laurel Schwulst, Erica Magrey, Georgia, Data Garden, Camilla Padgitt-Coles, LoVid, Mv Carbon, and Lauryn Siegel.
Nov 2: Parallax View- Sara Ludy, Jeremy Couillard, Peter Burr, Takeshi Murata, Elena Romenkova, Sabrina Ratté, Roger Tellier Craig, Georgia, Brenna Murphy. http://roulette.org/event/optics-00-parallax-view/
Nov 3: TV EYE - Scott Kiernan, Xeno and Oaklander, Michael Robinson, Jennifer Juniper Stratford,Erica Magrey, Alex Bag, Tom Rubnitz featuring Ann Magnusson, Richard Serra. http://roulette.org/event/optics-00-tv-eye/
Nov 4: Encoder/Decoder- Damon Zucconi, Sydney Shen, Laurel Schwulst, Rose Kallal, Kenny Curwood, Ben Vida, Jeff DeGolier. http://roulette.org/event/optics-00-encoderdecoder/
Installations by MV Carbon, Lovid, Data Garden with Camilla Padgitt- Coles
Poster and promotional trailer by Lauryn Siegel.
Link to download/ view preview trailer: https://vimeo.com/18769939
Blonde Art Books and Poet Transmit present an evening of video poetics by way of commissioned and open call theatrical trailers. Invited artists and writers collaborate with BABS and PT to produce commercials for newly published (or soon to be) books from a custom built TV studio. These new works combined with open call submissions will culminate in the trailer reel, Cold Open Verse, that will be screened at Printed Matter's Book Fair at MOMA I PS1 on September 15th.
Blonde Art Books and Poet Transmit are organizations that focus on multiple modalities of poetic dissemination. The “book trailer” is an idealized theatrical showcase detailing the efforts of the poet and publisher to promote content and or themselves, via the televisual or teaser also known as the “cold open.” The compiled reel is part of a larger program, Cold Open Verse, at Knockdown Center, September 2016.
For the larger program at Knockdown Center, performances will activate exhibited sets for live broadcast. Participating artists/ writers include: Constance DeJong, Ian Hatcher, and Sophia La Fraga.
Blonde Art Books: https://blondeartbooks.com/
Poet Transmit: http://poet-transmit.tumblr.com
Alrealon Musique presents: Experi-MENTAL Festival 7
4 Nights 2 Venues Info: http://www.alrealon.com/emf.html
September 1 at Spectrum NYC
8:15-8:45 Cultural Fit (Dave Knapik and Dave Mandl)
9:00-9:30 Nate Scheible
9:45-10:15 Fat Kneel
10:30-11:00 Victoria Keddie
11:15-11:45 Wild Torus
Visuals: VJ Fuzzy Bastard
Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM is pleased to present “Lodge 2016” at Riedlbauer’s Resort in Round Top, NY on Friday, August 26 and Saturday, August 27, 2016. Lodge is a Catskills getaway weekend of music, art, and radio, with proceeds benefiting non-commercial community radio station WGXC 90.7-FM. New for 2016, Lodge features two full nights of live music, site-specific installations, radio workshops, and crafts from local artisans will all be on display. Early-bird weekend passes are available until July 1 for $25 atlodge2016.brownpapertickets.com. Weekend passes are $30 after July 1, as well as one-night passes. Saturday daytime activities are free to all, and a live broadcast of the event will be heard on WGXC 90.7-FM, and atwgxc.org.
Site/Phase One of Unit 11 Transmission based residency was launched in April 2016 with artist, Ed Bear from the host location of Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn. For his residency, Bear has installed a new iteration of the radioOrgan, a hand-crafted modular FM transmission system built from obsolete electronics, in ESPTV's Unit 11 mobile studio.
The residency culminates with a live performance using the van-as-instrument at Pioneer Works with live radio broadcast recording via Clocktower Radio. The first live performance event features : Ed Bear, Emilie Mouchous, Jaiko Suzuki + Benoit, Joe DeNardo and Ben Greenberg.
More information on event: http://clocktower.org/event/unit-11
More information about residency: http://www.esptv.com/mobile-residency/
Unit 11 is a mobile residency that focuses on transmission based research and practice. An ENG news van has been re-outfitted with analog and digital electronic tools. This mobile residency concentrates on electronic/ transmission based instrument building using a reoutfitted ENG news van. Locations varied along East Coast, USA.
Each residency culminates in a live performance from the van at host location. This first performance event was held at Pioneer Works with a live radio broadcast recording via Clocktower Radio on July 16th 2016.
Collaborations with colleagues in creative and technical realms will assist in the studio buildout for Unit 11. Unit 11 hopes to be a mobile studio that will be self sufficient as well as energy conscious. The residents that work within the van in specific sites are chosen for their expertise, ingenuity, and dedication to alternative means of theory and practice. Residents are selected by E.S.P. TV Directors, Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan. There is no open submission for the 2016-2017 year.
More information : http://www.esptv.com/mobile-residency/