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Zero Culture Panel -- NYC



Monday, Dec. 12, 2005; 7:30pm
The Theresa Lang Community and Student Center,
The New School 55 W. 13th St. , 2nd Floor
New York, NY
$8 at the door Free for students with valid ID

What's happening to the arts at Ground Zero? When did culture and memorial become incompatible? Your voice is needed at an important discussion about how the arts fit into the redevelopment plans downtown. With: Tom Bernstein,Thelma Golden, Hans Haacke, Mike Wallace, and Bob Yaro. Paul Goldberger moderates.

Bios & more

"United We Stand" by 0100101110101101.ORG

United We Stand
December 10 -23, 2005  - January 3 -21, 2006

 (Eva and Franco Mattes)
United We Stand

A media performance and urban installation in which 0100101110101101.ORG's fake movie hits the streets of your city ...and your mind

Unsleeper by Chris Byrne


A sneak preview of Chris Byrne's latest web montage work,


Due to be featured soon in Egobürger, a web art/fanzine from Torsten Lauschmann, Glasgow.

Open Studios at Eyebeam, 12/10/05


Dolson reentry
Bill Dolson, Reentry Series, photo simulation, 2004


Eyebeam’s Open Studios
Saturday December 10th, 12-6pm

Come see works in progress by Eyebeam current Artists in Residents Production Fellows and R&D Fellows. Eyebeam’s Open Studios runs from 12-6pm on Saturday, December 10th at 540 West 21st Street.  It is free and open to the public with a suggested donation.

Participants include:

Artists in Residence: Elliott Malkin, Norene Leddy, Jeff Fedderson, Bill Doslon
Production Fellows: Veronica Skogberg, Morgan Barnard
R&D Fellows: Evan Roth, James Powderly, Limor Fried and Ben Engebreth
To find information about participating artists/ fellows or the programs and application deadline: For information regarding open studios email or call 212/937-6581.

540 W. 21st Street
New York, NY 10011

Automated Biography at Eyebeam

Robot Clothes

Automated Biography
Saturday, November 19, 2005
540 West 21st Street

$5 suggested donation.

12-2pm Exhibition of work by Robot Clothes and panel participants

Rainer Ganahl, the Politics of Learning

Ganahl 1

Wallach Art Gallery Features Rainer Ganahl, the Politics of Learning

Columbia University
New York City
Through December 10, 2005 

Image & Imagination Conference, NYU

Image and Imagination
Image and Imagination

Thursday, October 13 - Saturday, October 15, 2005
at New York University

During the last few decades, the growing importance of images has triggered intensive public debate. Following the "linguistic turn" of the humanities during the 20th century, an "iconic turn" could lead to an equally fundamental reconstitution not only of the humanities but also our ways of communication. The conference will bring together experts from the USA and Europe who will address issues of the individual and collective imagination in creating and understanding images.

Talk by Dr. Axel Bruns, October 11, 2005



The Thing & The Institute for Distributed Creativity present:

Axel Bruns
Gatewatching: Collaborative Online News Production


video_dumbo, October 14 - 16, 2005


Image: Swamp by Megan Cump

October  14 - 16, 2005
Curated by Caspar Stracke and Gabriela Monroy

FRIDAY - October  14th, 2005
7:30 NEW  YORK WATER TAXI - Live  Film by Owen O’Toole,  and Bradley Eros
9:00 Opening Party: “TAUCHBECKEN!”

Wild Walls NY Event


Wild Walls New York

As an extended part of Wild Walls New York: A Series of Films in/on Architecture, which will take place October 6–11, 2005, Artists Space presents a selection of artists’ videos that investigate, document, and disturb urban spaces, both public and private, new and old.

Wild Walls New York is organized by Artists Space and the Center for Architecture, and includes film screenings at Anthology Film Archives, special events at Artists Space, Storefront for Art and Architecture, the Center for Architecture, and screenings in public spaces such as Columbus Circle and the former asphalt plant Asphalt Green.

Special Wild Walls NY Event at Artists Space: Thursday, October 6, 6–8pm

Kamal Aljafari: Visit Iraq (2003)
Carola Dertnig: A Room with a View at the Financial District (2001)
Eiko Grimberg: The Years to Come (2005)
Frank Oudeman: Time Warner (2004)
Judith Hopf, Natascha Sadr-Haghighian, Florian Zeyfang: Proprio aperto

All films are on permanent view in the project space and will be
presented here in one individual screening.

other screenings:

Friday, October 7, 7-9pm, Anthology Film Archives
Ian Hugo: Jazz of Lights (1954)
Helen Levitt: In the Street (1952)
Shirley Clarke: Skyscraper (1959)
Stan Brakhage: The Wonder Ring (1955)
Shirley Clarke: Bridges Go Round (1958)
Francis Thomson: N.Y., N.Y. (1957)
Don Owen: High Steel (1965)

Saturday, October 8, 6:30-8:30pm, Anthology Film Archives
All films by Rudolph Burkhardt:
The Pursuit of Happiness (1940)
The Climate of New York (1948)
Under The Brooklyn Bridge (1953)
The Aviary /Nymphlight/A Fable For Fountains (1955/57)
What Mozart Saw on Mulberry Street (1956)
Mulberry Street (with Joseph Cornell) (1957/1965)
Eastside Summer (1959)

Sunday. October 9, 10am-4pm, Center for Architecture
Regular or Super - Views on Mies van der Rohe (2005)
Jakub Wagner: Profil—Jan Kaplicky (2005)
Bregtje van der Haak: Lagos (2005)
Jeffrey Kipnis: A Constructive Madness (2003)
S. Shahbazi & T. Zolghadr: Tehran 1380 (2002),
Thomas Wartmann & Stefan Tolz: Adobe Towns (2005)

Sunday, October 9, 6:30-8:30pm, Anthology Film Archives
All films by Rudolph Burkhardt:
Sodom and Gomorrah, New York 10036 (1976)
Dwellings (1975)
City Pasture (1975)
Tree Streets (1995)

Monday, October 10, all day, 2 Columbus Circle
Frank Oudeman: Time Warner (2004)

Artists Space, 38 Greene Street, 3rd Floor, New York NY 10013
Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue, New York NY 10009
Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York NY 10012
2 Columbus Circle, (the former Huntington Hartford's Gallery of Modern Art), New York NY

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