NOON, a new installation in the 231 Bowery window gallery of the New Museum, is now on view until April 15, 2018. Concurrent with the exhibition is the Screen Series, which is showing 6 of Magenheimer’s videos:
Nothing Comes from Talking (But Sound) (2012)
Seven Signs that Mean Silence (2013)
Slow Zoom Long Pause (2015)
From the Movie of the Same Name (2016)
Best is Man’s Breath Quality (2017)
Art and Theft (2018)
From the New Museum:
Magenheimer presents a new video installation in the window of the New Museum’s 231 Bowery building. This project is part of a new series of window installations, which relaunches the program the New Museum originally mounted in the 1980s. In conjunction with her window installation, a selection of Magenheimer’s films is also on view as part of the Museum’s ongoing Screen Series. This project is curated by Margot Norton, Curator.
On the occasion of her project, Magenheimer has also completed “Notes on Art and Resistance A–Z,” a downloadable PDF. Written by the artist over the course of the past year, following the 2016 US presidential election, the text comprises a sequence of personal meditations on making art in a time of profound political and social change.
Sara Magenheimer’s work will be in the group show, “I Am A Scientist” at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, curated by Sadie Laska.
The show’s opening is Friday, January 19th. The exhibition will be up until February 24th.
IFFR Program January 24- Feb 4
Art and Theft will be shown in the Bright Future Short section with:
Laure Prouvost, Agnieszka Polska, Jon Rafman, Rosa Barba, Wojciech Bąkowski, Sara Cwynar and others.
Sara Magenheimer will present a new video installation in the window of the New Museum’s 231 Bowery building. This project is part of a new series of window installations, which relaunches the program the New Museum originally mounted in the 1980’s. In conjunction with her window installation, a selection of Magenheimer’s videos will also be on view as part of the Museum’s ongoing Screen Series. This show is curated by Margot Norton and will be on view from January 24th until April 15th 2018.
More information about the exhibition can be found here
Slow Zoom Long Pause at BAM
Loss for Words is the film companion to the visual art exhibition currently showing at BAM. The film companion comprises five short videos by artists addressing the slippery nature of language at a time when forms of communication are both disappearing and rapidly evolving.
Sara Magenheimer’s Slow Zoom Long Pause will be screened in Loss for Words at BAM on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. The show, Loss for Words, is part of BAM’s annual fall exhibition series, Next Wave Art 2017.
Tickets to the screening are available here, on BAM’s website.
The screening will be held at the Peter Jay Sharp Building, at 30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY, at 7pm on Tuesday, November 7th.
Art and Theft Premiere at the New York Film Festival
Sara Magenheimer will be premiering her newest video, Art and Theft, as part of Program #4 of the New York Film Festival Projections Program. Magenheimer’s video explores the bounds of narrative and the illusion of received wisdom in the seven minutes and twenty-two seconds it takes to rob a house. Here, images of medieval art, popular cinema, and “live” news reportage speak candidly to the constructedness of all storytelling traditions.
Art and Theft will be screened on:
Saturday, October 7th at the Francesca Beale Theater
Sunday, October 8th at the Howard Gilman Theater
Tickets are available, here through the NYFF Projection Program site
Sequences Real Time Art Festival is an artist run festival held in Reykjavík October 6-15. This year its eighth edition, Elastic Hours, is curated by Margot Norton, Curator at the New Museum, New York.
Sara Magenheimer will be premiering her most recent video, Art and Theft, in Reykjavik, and will have work on view at Kling & Bang Gallery with an installation from October 6-15.
The festival is made up of 21 local and international artists exhibiting their works and performing in various venues throughout the city. The festival’s main venue is the newly opened Marshall House, home to Kling & Bang, The Living Art Museum and Stúdíó Ólafur Elíasson.
I Collect Neglected Venoms at PICA’s Time-Based Art Festival
As part of an installation in PICA’s annex during the Time-Based Art Festival, Sara Magenheimer presents her new video, Best is Man’s Breath Quality, in which an ancient jellyfish suggests how new positions can inform our capabilities to heal. With performances featuring singing and narration, Magenheimer explores how language mutates and reproduces itself in culture.
Friday, September 15th
Saturday, September 16th
Sunday, September 17th
all at PICA Hancock, 15 NE Hancock Street.
Prior to the matinee performance on Sunday, September 17th, Sara Magenheimer joins PICA Visual Art Curator Kristan Kennedy and Lumi Tan, Curator, The Kitchen (NYC) for a conversation with audiences about her TBA performance, I Collect Neglected Venoms.
Sunday, September 17th
12:30 – 1:30 PM
at PICA at West End, 415 SW 10th Ave
The installation will be on view at PICA Hancock beginning September 7th at the start of PICA’s TBA Festival, and will remain on view post festival until October 1st.