CCCC: Ceramics Club Cash and Carry
Nov 6- Dec 19 2015
White Columns is pleased to present CCCC (Ceramics Club Cash and Carry).
This project is a fundraiser with 100% of all profits going to Planned Parenthood, White Helmets, and Critical Resistance. The exhibition will empty as the ceramics are purchased… (cash and carry).
JOAN presents Slow Zoom Long Pause, a video by Sara Magenheimer.
September 12 – October 11, 2015
In Slow Zoom Long Pause, 2015, her most recent video, Magenheimer asks; What would it mean for form to have rhythm? It’s a question of physicality; an idea chafing against its embodiment. This work hovers in that space of friction between concept and material limitation; considering a human vessel – the “content” being somewhat begrudgingly resigned to it’s physical form. Color, too, possess a certain rhythm as wavelengths of the visible spectrum, but in this work the voice is central. The script traverses various modes of speech; hyperbolic, melodramatic, inquisitive, authoritative, sentimental – as it questions the rhythm of objects, the body as an object, the meaning of imaginary and “real” things, and what we can see versus only hear or feel. By the end it’s clear that the narrator’s voice is actually an embodied multiplicity of voices. She’s even doing a Q and A with herself.
Concurrent with this exhibition Slow Zoom Long Pause will also premiere theatrically at the New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center.
Presented by dinca.org, Vision Quest is a three-day festival celebrating the most innovative contemporary moving image and media art culture from artists worldwide, with a focus on works made using unconventional processes and emerging technologies. Vision Quest is presented in a multimodal and multimedia format, where audiovisual performances are cross-pollinated with time-based media screenings and digitally exhibited commissioned artworks to showcase the most essential contemporary media culture.
The festival opens at the MCA on September 10, with works by Trisha Baga, Stephanie Barber, Peter Burr, Petra Cortright, Kevin Jerome Everson, Victoria Fu, Zahid Jiwa, Johan Lurf, Jodie Mack, Sara Magenheimer, Simon Payne, and Jesse Stead.
Festival curators Andrew Rosinski and Fern Silva introduce the screening in person.
Vision Quest 2015 continues with screenings at Co-Prosperity Sphere (219-21 S. Morgan St.) Friday–Saturday, September 11–12.
Thu, Sep 10, 2015, 7–9 pm
Buy tickets online
or contact the MCA Box Office, 312.397.4010.
Sunday, October 4, 3:30pm
Sunday, October 4, 7:00pm
Life in the Cloud: What are the material and emotional consequences of a digital world that has altered our bodily existence?
China Art Objects, Los Angeles
6 June – 22 August 2015
Screening July 2nd
Sascha Braunig, Becket Flannery, Ryan Gander, Tamara Henderson, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Greg Kalliche, Helen Marten, Emily Mast, and Pascual Sisto
A concurrent program of videos, performances and screenings will showcase the work of: Sophia Al-Maria, Charles Atlas, Ericka Beckman, Derek Boshier, Merce Cunningham, Sara Magenheimer, Babette Mangolte, John Smith, Martine Syms, and Yvonne Rainer
Opening Reception: Friday, June 12th from 7 to 10pm
St. Louis, MO 63118
A New Use of the Self is a group exhibition responding to the complex negotiation between the personal and political self within an increasingly commercialized terrain.
NEW YORK, NY – Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue is pleased to announce the 2015 New York Artadia Awardees. Park McArthur and Georgia Sagri will each receive $10,000 unrestricted funds. Yevgeniya Baras, Joe Fyfe, Donna Huanca, Bill Jenkins, Jennie Jieun Lee, Eric Mack, Sara Magenheimer and Kameelah Rasheed will each be awarded $5,000 in unrestricted funds. All ten artists will receive the lifetime benefits of the Artadia Award program including access to our New York Residency, Awardee exhibitions, connections with curators, and participation in Artadia projects at art fairs across the country.