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 presents ‘Sun Signals’, the first exhibition in Australia devoted to the work of video and performance artist, Joan Jon...
02/10/2024

presents ‘Sun Signals’, the first exhibition in Australia devoted to the work of video and performance artist, Joan Jonas. Currently on view in association with this year’s , the exhibition features eight of the artist’s ground-breaking films and videos, focusing on early productions and explorations of time, space and self-representation.

Performances | February 10
‘Sun Signals’ is accompanied by two live performances of Jonas’s “Mirror Piece I & II (1969-70/2024).” Under the direction of Jonas and her movement director, Nefeli Skarmea, 15 local artists will undertake this 30-minute performance that explores gender hierarchies, the power of the gaze, and notions of perception and representation. 🔗 Learn more at the link in our bio.

Joan Jonas: Sun Signals is on view at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts through March 31, 2024.

Joan Jonas, “Songdelay”, film still, 1973. © Joan Jonas/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York


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01/12/2024

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January 26, 6 - 8pm / Shahryar Nashat / It’s Not Up to You / BrusselsThe hustler is the artist as a young man, gazing in...
01/11/2024

January 26, 6 - 8pm / Shahryar Nashat / It’s Not Up to You / Brussels

The hustler is the artist as a young man, gazing into the camera, a smug, somewhat lazy look in his eyes. He is about to dye his hair – it won’t work. We are witnessing a moment of transition, the blurring of a line between a life and its outcome. The hustler is his own canvas, the painter as well as his pigments. To be an artist is to turn the collateral of survival into a living. The artist is a hustler and the hustler works alone. He stains and cleans up after himself as best he can. He wears a plastic glove and he looks at us, lazily, provocatively. His picture appears several times in the exhibition. Shahryar Nashat often works with this type of repetition, as if to see what matter accumulates, whose face emerges – this time his own.
— Kristian Vistrup Madsen

🔗 Read more at the link in our bio.

© Shahryar Nashat, 2024.


“Atkins’ 16-minute ‘Pianowork 2’ plunges deep into the so-called uncanny valley where simulations come close to perfect ...
12/22/2023

“Atkins’ 16-minute ‘Pianowork 2’ plunges deep into the so-called uncanny valley where simulations come close to perfect realism and seem weirder for it. Its companion, an 80-minute projection called ‘Sorcerer’…seems like a straightforward record of a theatrical piece [with] dialogue that sounds like the almost random chatter of friends, transcribed direct from life.

Without going digital, this results in some of the same tensions as ‘Pianowork 2’. Maybe the uncanny valley is where human culture likes to hang out.” — reviews Ed Atkins’ new works in today’s issue of .

“Sorcerer” and “Pianowork 2” are on view at 530 West 21st Street until January 6, 2024.


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