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Emily in Texas


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Emily’s Video is on view through October at Texas University at Austin. The piece can be seen anytime from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. in the Art Building (ART) atrium, as part of Landmarks, their amazing public art program. Free to the public. Next piece will be a skyspace by James Turrell!

 

 

 

 

Old School


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We’re part of this exhib opening tonight at Kunsthalle Kiel: Old School – Anachronism in Contemporary Art, where we’re showing Rot and Freedom, inside an unfinished wooden room, so the photo above is not of the box under construction but it’s the actual finished thing. BTW, very excited to be in a show together with Taryn Simon.

 

 

 

 

Talking at Pratt


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We are giving a talk called No Fun in Brooklyn at Pratt Institute hosted festival PHATT-B next Saturday, Sept. 21, 5-6 PM. C U there!

Pratt Institute’s Myrtle Hall
215 Willoughby Avenue, back lot
Brooklyn, NY 11205

 

 

 

 

Art That Turns Both Heads and Stomachs


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Curious survey on The New York Times features Emily’s VideoArt That Turns Both Heads and Stomachs

 

 

 

 

Here’s Antibiennale.py


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Just received this great email about our work Biennale.py (2001):

“Recently I downloaded and executed Biennale.py in my computer. It infected several Python files of projects I was working on.  To revert them to the original state I wrote a sort of antivirus based on the original Biennale.py. It is a rather simple modification of the original script, changing the name and behavior of some of the original functions of the script. I had a lot of fun writing and testing it. I was some kind of  ‘Erased de Kooning Drawing’ of one of my favorite software art works.”

If you are curious you can get Anti-Biennale.py here, remember that your computer must be infected!

 

 

 

 

Insightful review


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in this is tomorrow“‘Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship’ could never have been a unique exhibition; it was calling out to be stolen.”

 

 

 

 

Brand Innovations opening video


 

 

 

 

Brand Innovations has a tumblr


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Brand innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship, the (stolen) group show we just curated at Carroll/Fletcher, now has a tumblr, enjoy!

 

 

 

 

London: Nuclear Culture on Film


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One day of talks and screenings investigating nuclear culture, they’re also projecting the short Let Them Believe, directed by Todd Chandler & Jeff Stark, which tells the story of our project Plan C:

Sunday 28 April 2013, 11am – 5.30pm, at The Arts Catalyst, London

BTW, they tell me the event is sold out, but you can still join the waiting list for cancellations.

 

 

 

 

Emily’s Video in London


We’re exhibiting our latest work Emily’s Video for the first time in London!

Opening: April 22, 6:30-8:30 pm (through May 11)
Carroll/Fletcher gallery

From Susan Sontag, Regarding the Pain of Others: “It seems that the appetite for pictures showing bodies in pain is as keen, almost, as the desire for ones that shows bodies naked. For many centuries, in Christian art, depictions of hell offered both of these elemental satisfactions. […] There was also the repertoire of hard-to-look-at cruelties from classical antiquity – the pagan myths, even more than the Christian stories, offer something for every taste. No moral charge attaches to the representation of these cruelties. Just the provocation: can you look at this? There is the satisfaction of being able to look at the image without flinching. There is the pleasure of flinching”.

btw, the same night opens the group show we’re curating there, Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship.