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Streetlight – Roman Susan Gallery and Wedge Projects

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My video ‘Presence of Absence‘ will be featured as part of Streetlight at Roman Susan Gallery and Wedge Projects, Chicago.

Works will be displayed on two monitors at Wedge Projects from 6th May – 26th July playing 24/7, and projected at Roman Susan from 7th-24th May after dark – both are visible from the street when the spaces are closed, and will be playing video on random shuffle.

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May 7, 2019 to May 24, 2019 at Roman Susan, 1224 West Loyola Avenue
May 6, 2019 to June 16, 2019 at Wedge Projects, 1448 West Howard Street

Featuring works by Darko Aleksovski, Hiba Ali, Christopher Corey Allen, Kanyinsola Anifowoshe, Michael Bauer, Laurel Beckman, Meghan Moe Beitiks, Emanuele Napolitano and Zaelia Bishop, Katina Bitsicas, Jan Brugger, Kate Casanova, Karen Y. Chan, Vivian Charlesworth, Emilie Crewe, Furen Dai, Daniel DeLuna, Natacha Diels, Yewen Dong, Lindsey Dorr-Niro, Shir Ende, McLean Fahnestock, Jessica Fenlon, Corbett Fogue, Pamela Hadley, Yhelena Hall, Gretchen Hasse, Traci Hercher, Elisabeth Hogeman, Patrick Jenkins, Herbert Lee Jones, Vasilis Karvounis, Wednesday Kim, Marlo Koch with Emerson Sigman, Amy Kuttab, João Krefer, Claire Krueger, Gigi Lage, Mira Lane, Matt Lee, Cristen Leifheit, Zeyi Li, Angela Lopez, Dan Lowe, Cole Lu, Henning Marxen, Frank McCauley, Angus McCullough, Tracy Miller-Robbins, Erick Msumanje, Jillian Musielak, Liam O’Connor, Aimee Marie Odum, Cole Pierce, Jessica Pierotti, Erika Råberg, Johanna Reich, Michael Ridge, Cole Robertson, Emma Rozanski, Miles Rufelds, Rory Scott, Mazdak Shadkam, Venkata Sivakumar Kappala, Eric Souther, Lynn Tomlinson, Piotr Urbaniec, A. P. Vague, Cedric van Eenoo, Yuqi Wang, Simon Welch, Loraine Wible, Julia Zastava, Tongyu Zhao, Yuge Zhou, and Xiaoqing Zhu.

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Into the Void #7

Screen Shot 2018-01-26 at 14.41.11Into the Void is an award-winning nonprofit print and digital literary magazine dedicated to providing a platform for fantastic fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. I am happy to contribute one of my photographs to the latest issue, which is now available to read online and in print.

The current issue can be read online at the link below.

https://intothevoidmagazine.com/current-issue/

Print copies of the magazine can be purchased from the store.

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Instants Vidéo 30

Happy to announce that my work will be exhibited alongside 30 other video & multimedia installations at La Friche de la Belle de Mai in Marseille between 11th November and 3rd December as part of the 30th edition of Instants Vidéo festival.

The exhibition program can be seen here.

The day-to-day program can be seen here.

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Streetlight

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Happy to be a part of Streetlight at Roman Susan Gallery, Chicago. Begins this evening and continues to the end of the month.

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July 17, 2017 – July 31, 2017

Featuring works by Darko Aleksovski, Michael Bauer, Emanuele Napolitano and Zaelia Bishop, Katina Bitsicas, Emilie Crewe, Furen Dai, Patrick Jenkins, Herbert Lee Jones, James Kenny, An Na Kim, Juliane Kowalke, Kasper Lecnim, Matt Lee, Dillon Lemon, Ahmed Mohsen Mansour, Henning Marxen, Tracy Miller-Robbins, Jillian Musielak, Liam O’Connor, Erika Råberg, Cole Robertson, Olim Saeki, Rory Scott, Piotr Urbaniec, and Xiaoqing Zhu.

Video will be projected every evening after dark, visible from the street. The gallery space itself will not be open to the public during these dates, except by appointment.

1224 W. Loyola Ave | Chicago, IL 60626

 

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Festival Labirinto II

My video ‘Presence of Absence‘ will be screened at Teatro Studio Uno in Rome on Thursday 18th May as part of Festival Labirinto II, presented by Gruppo della Creta. A selection of video art screenings have been curated by Nicolas Vamvouklis of K-Gold Temporary Gallery, and will take place between 15th – 28th May.

See the festival programme here.

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TiVaF – Tasmanian International Video Art Festival

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TiVaF (Tasmanian International Video Art Festival) will be screened in Launceston Tasmania during the month of September 2016. It will present a curated selection of outstanding video works by international artists whose work focuses on the theme of landscape.

TiVaF is partnering with Sawtooth Tasmania and will present the works as a part of the Sawtooth September exhibition and will also show selected works as projections in suitable locations in Launceston City. TiVaF is also partnering with Junction Arts Festival to screen 2 selected video artworks at the Workers Club Launceston.

Curated by Jessica Dorloff, Ashley Bird and Daryll Rogers,  the works are:

Safety by John Kelley (USA)

Stuck in the Dark  by Massimo Saverio Maida (UK)

The Resonance of Loss by Adriene Hughes (USA)

Papiershnitzel by Nermanja Ladjic (Serbia)

Dissoluzione della forza in un Paradusso by Pamela Daimante (Italy)

Presence of Absence by Matt Lee  (India)

Election/Coverage by Christopher Daniels (UK)

Dance with the Music by Leonard Kuipers (Netherlands)

Section of I-705, on a Wednesday, for Electric Piano by Lou Watson (USA)

Take to the woods (Skogstokig) by Kristina Frank (Sweden)

Passage by Oren Lavie (Australia)

And as part of our Junction Arts Festival partnership we will be screening Metallwald3 by Philip Modest Schambela (Germany) in 3D and Distant by Jauchen Wu (Taiwan)

TiVaF is also excited to be screening in the Sawtooth Cinema Chott el-Djerid (A portrait of heat and light) by Bill Viola (USA)

 

Please Hold Magazine

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My work is featured in the Winter 2015 issue of Please Hold Magazine – a quarterly multimedia arts and literary magazine that publishes risky, experimental, unconventional work that is showcased in surprising ways that encourage viewer participation. It was founded in May 2014 by Kristie Wickwire in St. Louis, MO.

The theme for this issue is “Home”. Works approach the concept of home from many angles and through various media including video, audio recordings, photography, collage, illustration, poetry, and flash fiction.

Follow the link below to read the current issue.

http://www.pleaseholdmagazine.com/current-issue.html