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Contents for May 12, 2011
1. Elana Katz, FF Fund recipient 2010-11, at Abramović Studio at Location One, Manhattan, May 19
2. Linda Mary Montano, Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumns, in The Bronx, May 12-14
3. Liliana Porter, FF Alumn, at The New Museum, Manhattan, May 11-July 3
4. Robert Galinsky FF Alumn, at Bar Ten Eleven, Manhattan, May 19
5. Jeff McMahon, FF Alumn, receives Tenure at Arizona State University
6. Priscilla Stadler, FF Member, at Mess Hall, Chicago, IL, May 29-June 5
7. James Johnson, FF Alumn, now online at http://www.discopie.com/books.html
8. Dan Kwong, FF Alumn, at Highways, Santa Monica, CA, May 13, 14
9. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, publishes two new books
10. Robert Mapplethorpe, FF Alumn, at Sean Kelly Galler, Manhattan, thru June 18
11. Laura Parnes, Patty Chang, Emily Roysdon, FF Alumns, at Participant Inc., Manhattan, May 15
12. Isabel Samaras, FF Alumn, at Alternative Gallery, Seaside, CA, opening May 13
13. Emily Roysdon, FF Alumn, at Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY, thru July 25
14. Jacob Burckhardt, FF Alumn, online at www.indiefilmnight.com, May 11
15. Ichi Ikeda, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Agnes Denes, FF Alumns, at Pori Art Museum, Finland, thru May 29

1. Elana Katz, FF Fund recipient 2010-11, at Abramović Studio at Location One, Manhattan, May 19
Durational performance by Elana Katz
Curated by Jovana Stokić
Abramović Studio at Location One
May 19, 2011
3 – 6 pm: the artist works in solitude
6 – 9 pm: performance is open to the public
Location One hosts COLOR ME CLEAR, a new work by Berlin / New York based performance artist Elana Katz, funded by Franklin Furnace Archive, New York.
COLOR ME CLEAR examines the cross-cultural practice of painting the face, as well as the medium of painting vs. live art that incorporates the body of the artist. The artist paints her face heavily with make-up. The paint from the face is then transferred onto another surface, into another form, repeatedly. The work challenges the capabilities of the face, as the face is used both as a platform to receive paint (a facade on which an image is created) and as a tool for transferring paint (an object with which another image is created). The intrigue of the piece lies, perhaps, in the abstraction that takes place, in the distance that exists between these two functions of the face.

The performance begins in a private context. As the artist works in a contained space, the audience is absent. The performance will then move into direct contact with the public, and the audience will be led to participate in an intimate way.

This performance work was made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Major support of the Franklin Furnace Fund was provided in 2010-11 by the Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation.

Elana Katz is an American artist currently based in Berlin and New York. Her work most often confronts cultural conventions, critically examines the complexity that lies within contradictions, and thus aims to create an experience of unlearning the assumed. Her recent grants have included the DAAD Graduate Studies Grant (2010) and the Franklin Furnace Fund (2011). She participated as a re-performer at Marina Abramović’s retrospective at MoMA in New York, and has exhibited/performed internationally, including the Freies Museum of Berlin (Germany), Envoy Gallery of New York (US), Content at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (Japan), and Musée Royaux des Beaux Arts de Belgique (Belgium).

Location One is based in the Soho arts district of New York. Location One is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to fostering new forms of creative expression and cultural exchange through exhibitions, residencies, performances, public lectures and workshops. Traditionally focused on technological experimentation and new media, Location One’s residencies and programs have favored social and political discourse and dialogue, and acted as a catalyst for collaborations. With a unique environment providing individualized training, support, and guidance to each artist, as well as exposure for their creations and collaborations, Location One continues to nurture the spirit of experimentation that it considers the cornerstone of its mission.

The Marina Abramović Studio is a space within Location One dedicated to the ongoing performance series of long-durational works focusing on open-ended forms of workshops, panels and discussions. It includes resident artists at the Location One as well as a larger community of artists and thinkers interested in the development of performance art as practiced by the pioneer of performance art Marina Abramović for almost four decades. "The laboratory approach" of the Marina Abramović Studio has the goal of supporting the growth of performance art by promoting the works of emerging artists on an international scale, organizing and collaborating on events using a network of people converging at Location One. It shows the commitment to experimentation across all art forms and points to recent efforts to return performance art to its central position within the gallery system. All programs are curated by Jovana Stokić.



2. Linda Mary Montano, Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumns, in The Bronx, May 12-14

A Three-day Performance by
Linda Mary Montano and Nicolas Dumit Estevez

May 12-14, 2011, Bronx, NY

Linda Mary Montano and Nicolas Dumit Estevez make themselves available for three days as walking billboards on which individuals and groups from different Bronx neighborhoods can write their hopes.

This performance is presented as part of Born Again: A Lebanese-Dominican Dominican York is born again as a Bronxite and Eight Artists Respond to Born Again,
Curated by Nicolas Dumit Estevez for Longwood Art Gallery/Bronx Council on The Arts

For more information: www.bronxarts.org

Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos
450 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10451
Tel. 718-518-6728



3. Liliana Porter, FF Alumn, at The New Museum, Manhattan, May 11-July 3

Museum as Hub: The Incongruous Image: Marcel Broodthaers and Liliana Porter
May 11–July 3, 2011
New Museum
Reflecting upon the Museum as Hub as a space for experimentation and inquiry rather than a space of classic exhibition, this project stages an unusual dialogue between works by Marcel Broodthaers (b. 1924, Brussels, d. 1976, Cologne) and Liliana Porter (b. Buenos Aries, 1941) to highlight several points of common interest, or philosophical accords, that explore the politics of knowledge, pedagogy, and display. The title "The Incongruous Image" explores how Broodthaers and Porter each combine visual elements in ways that do not easily fit together. Both artists construct enigmatic and contradictory images, which often function as riddles or jokes, through directly challenging the viewer to discern, or even produce, their meanings. Both bodies of work engage found and mass-produced images or objects, structuring them in ways that involve juxtaposition, sequencing, and repetitions. In doing so, Broodthaers and Porter draw us into their artworks through clever manipulations of our expectations; through their use of surprise, clichés, and humor, they implicate us within their investigations. As the second part of "The Accords" project, "The Incongruous Image" is part response, part elaboration, and part critique of the first exhibition "An accord is first and foremost only a proposition," organized by Hub partner Sarah Rifky of the Townhouse Gallery, Cairo.

"The Incongruous Image" is organized by guest curators Annie Fletcher, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, and Tobias Ostrander, Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City.
Public Programs
Thursday, May 12, 7 p.m.
Film Screening and Discussion with Liliana Porter
New Museum Theater
Free to Members, $8 General Public
In conjunction with the exhibition "The Incongruous Image: Marcel Broodthaers and Liliana Porter," the New Museum presents a screening of Liliana Porter’s film Matinee / Matiné (2009), followed by a conversation between the artist and critic and curator Gregory Volk. Discussion focuses on Porter’s practice and expands to speculate on resonances between her investigations over the past thirty years and those of Marcel Broodthaers in the 1960s and 1970s.

Saturday, May 14, 2 p.m.
Gallery talk with Guest Curators Annie Fletcher and Tobias Ostrander
Fifth Floor
Free with Museum Admission
Guest curators Annie Fletcher, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, and Tobias Ostrander, Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City, discuss the development of the exhibition "The Incongruous Image: Marcel Broodthaers and Liliana Porter." They address their interests in the role of humor, irreverence, and critical perspectives in art as articulated in the work of Broodthaers and Porter.

Saturday, June 11, 2 p.m.
Rachel Haidu on the Work of Marcel Broodthaers
New Museum Theater
Free to Members, $8 General Public
Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History and the Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester, Rachel Haidu will discuss the influence of René Magritte on Marcel Broodthaers’s art practice and share research from her book, The Absence of Work: Marcel Broodthaers, 1964–1976 (2010).

About the Museum as Hub
The Museum as Hub is a partnership of six international arts organizations that supports art activities and experimentation; explores artistic, curatorial, and institutional practice; and serves as an important resource for the public to learn about contemporary art from around the world. Initiated by the New Museum in 2006, this partnership includes art space pool, Seoul, South Korea; Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City; Museo Tamayo, Mexico City; Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, Egypt; and the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Museum as Hub at the New Museum is organized by Eungie Joo, Keith Haring Director and Curator of Education and Public Programs.

Museum as Hub is made possible by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts. Endowment support is provided by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Skadden, Arps Education Programs Fund, and the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fund for Education Programs at the New Museum.

Education programs are made possible by a generous grant from Goldman Sachs Gives at the recommendation of David and Hermine Heller.



4. Robert Galinsky FF Alumn, at Bar Ten Eleven, Manhattan, May 19

Wreckless Idol is New York's newest experimental open mic. (an old school East Village performance venue) with signup between 8-9pm, performance slots of 6, 3, and 1 minute, 9pm curtain, $5 admission, at Bar Ten Eleven 171 Avenue C, between 10th and 11th Street, back room. The venue is equipped with a poorly tuned piano, PA for ipod backing tracks and a small stage in a dynamite, dingy, back room. Dancers, Singers, Performance Artists, Poets, Musicians, Nutjobs, Intellectuals, Clowns all welcome.



5. Jeff McMahon, FF Alumn, receives Tenure at Arizona State University

Jeff McMahon received tenure from Arizona State University, where he has been teaching in the School of Theatre and Film since Fall 2001, and promotion to Associate Professor. He will be on sabbatical during 2011/12 academic year, primarily in NYC. He sends thanks out to the many FF Alumns and others who supported his path to tenure!



6. Priscilla Stadler, FF Member, at Mess Hall, Chicago, IL, May 29-June 5

FAVORS for Chicago

Artist Priscilla Stadler from Queens, New York knows very little about Chicago. But she does know the city is renowned for its political favoritism.

So, as a visiting artist at Mess Hall experimental cultural center in Rogers Park from Sunday May 29 – Sunday June 5, she has decided to do favors for people in Chicago. If you need a favor during that week, Priscilla would like to help you. As long as it takes less than three hours and is not illegal.

What can Priscilla do for you? Send her an email by Tuesday May 24 and tell her what you need help with. If you’re not sure what you need, Priscilla says "Let’s talk".

You can also participate by doing a favor for someone else - whether in Chicago or not - and letting Priscilla know:
priscillastudio@gmail.com .

FAVORS Chicago Headquarters: Mess Hall
6932 North Glenwood Ave., Chicago, IL 60626

FAVORS for Chicago is co-hosted by ACRE and Mess Hall.

Contact: Priscilla Stadler | 917-273-0145 | priscillastudio@gmail.com
| http://priscillastadler.wordpress.com



7. James Johnson, FF Alumn, now online at http://www.discopie.com/books.html
VAMPIRE CAMERA, James Johnson, 1985, 19 pp., a book of epigrammatic video reflections produced on the Honeywell video graphic recorder and xeroxed in an edition of 50, is currently out of print. But, now you can download it for free (304 KB).

Click on the link below for this and two other online PDF books, VOLTAIRE: CANDIDE OR OPTOMETRY S+7 and FAMOUS LAST WORDS.
Link: http://www.discopie.com/books.html



8. Dan Kwong, FF Alumn, at Highways, Santa Monica, CA, May 13, 14
A new interdisciplinary multimedia performance at Highways

Award-winning performance artist Dan Kwong and critically-acclaimed Bay Area dancer/choreographer Iu-Hui Chua collaborate on an exploration of the question, "What does it mean to truly be with somebody?" Chua and Kwong create a dynamic collage of intimate personal reflections and social commentary as they engage their theme on a variety of levels: emotional, intellectual, physical, cosmic, and spiritual. Utilizing an array of genres - monologue, dance, poetry, martial arts, video projection, puppetry, song, and even some onstage internet surfing – Kwong and Chua unveil striking stage imagery as they poke ample fun at how something so simple and basic becomes so complicated and elusive. ONCE WE WANTED is by turns wryly philosophical, emotionally raw, delightfully humorous, and ultimately hopeful.

Dan Kwong is a Resident Artist at the 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica.

Highways Performance Space
1651 18th Street
Santa Monica 90404
Friday & Saturday May 13 & 14
Showtime: 8:30PM
Tickets $20 General, $15 Students & Seniors
TICKETS ONLINE: www.highwaysperformance.org



9. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, publishes two new books

The Solo Foundation and artist FRANC PALAIA announce two new
Photographic books – May 2011

"NightLife, The Shadow Paintings of Richard Hambleton" 2011

ISBN 978-0-9834360-1-0 Photographs and text by FRANC PALAIA

85 color plates. Perfect bound. 81/2" x 11", soft cover, glossy stock, second edition. NightLife is a photographic documentation of 85 of the more than 300 black shadow wall paintings by Canadian-American artist Richard Hambleton executed in New York City and Europe from 1981-89. This series of photographs are the most comprehensive collection Hambleton’s notorious street works ever assembled. Palaia is the first to present them in book form and this expanded volume also includes personal background and anecdotal text on this unique series. Excerpts from NightLife are currently on view in an historical survey exhibition , "Art in the Streets", at the Geffen – Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles. Retail price $25.

Discount prices on bulk orders.
For more information contact Franc at: 845-486-1378 or 845-505-3123
Francpalaia1@gmail.com www.francpalaia.com


BOOK Number 2.

Photographs and text of the hand colored series of SX-70 Polaroids. ISBN: 978-0-9834360-03
60 color plates. Perfect bound, soft cover, gloss finish,
8 1/2" x8 1/2", First edition, © 2011 Retail: $15.

FRANC PALAIA has been making hand colored SX-70 Polaroids since 1981. This volume contains 60 selected images from this on going Polaroid series. Palaia received two Polaroid Sponsorships for his original technique of coloring the surface of the developed prints with oil -based crayons. Working simultaneously as a painter and photographer, Palaia creates lush, rich painterly works that resemble miniature oil paintings. Images include Roman antiquities, exotic scenes, structural oddities, textured and scraffito walls and dramatic classical architecture from several countries. For more information: 845-486-1378 or 845-505-3123 Discount prices for bulk orders.




10. Robert Mapplethorpe, FF Alumn, at Sean Kelly Galler, Manhattan, thru June 18

at the Sean Kelly Gallery
528 West 29th Street
New York, NY 10001

May 7 - June 18, 2011

Opening reception:
Friday, May 6, 6 - 8 pm

Panel discussion:
New Directions in Curatorial Models
Saturday, May 7, 3 - 5 pm

Special hours:
Sunday, May 8, 12 - 5 pm
Robert Mapplethorpe
50 Americans
at the Sean Kelly Gallery
May 7 - June 18, 2011

Opening reception:
Friday, May 6, 6 - 8 pm

Saturday, May 7, 3 - 5 pm
Hosted by Sean Kelly Gallery and timed to coincide with New York Gallery Week, the discussion of New Directions in Curatorial Models will center around the evolving definition of the role of the curator. Among the questions we will focus on are: What does it mean to be a curator today? What is the process when curating an exhibition? How has the role of the curator evolved? Who are the curators of tomorrow? Representing different curatorial perspectives on the panel will be: An Independent Curator (Isolde Brielmaier); A Corporate Curator (Liz Christensen, Deutsche Bank); and A Collector as Curator (Amy Goldrich). The panel will be moderated by Sean Kelly.

*RSVPs appreciated.

As part of our participation in New York Gallery Week, we will be open on Sunday, May 8 from 12 - 5 pm.



11. Laura Parnes, Patty Chang, Emily Roysdon, FF Alumns, at Participant Inc., Manhattan, May 15

253 East Houston Street, NY NY 10002
Sneak Preview
County Down (in progress)
By Laura Parnes
Sunday, May 15, 8pm
"County Down" is a web-based episodic experimental digital film that combines
live action and animation. The project explores an epidemic of psychosis among
the adults in a gated community that coincides with a teenage girl’s invention
of a designer drug. One day Angel wakes to find that her exclusive housing
development has turned into a haven for madness, excess, and decay in this
darkly comedic horror series in which parents suddenly prey on their children.
(in order of appearance)
Angel… Stephanie Vella
Tanya… Chloe Bass
Coz… Becca Blackwell
Kip… Stephane Magloire
Chassie… Sacha Yanow
Angel’s Father… Jim Fletcher
Assistant… Mellisa McNeilley
Royce… Gibson Frazier
Kip’s Mom… Marti Wilkerson
Jimbo...Dan Graff
Chris… Valerie Feingold
Girl 1… Lisa Reynolds
Kip’s Dad… Andy Haynes
Tanya’s Mom… Patty Chang
Shoppers… Genevieve Belleveau
Emily Roysdon
Anneson Conway
Daniel Harrington
Elise Oleksiak
Irene Pann
Lisa Reynolds
Kikuko Tanaka
Director of Photography
Jeffrey Akers
Make Up… Inbred Hydrid Collective
Gaffer and Grip…Omar Villegas
Production Assistants
John Brattin
Krissy Nordella
Elise Oleksiak
Art Department…Diana Puntar
Camera b-roll…Sally Richardson
Post Production Effects
Laura Parnes
Drew Magner
Krissy Nordella
Music Supervisor
Johanna Fateman
Original music by
Johanna Fateman with
JD Samson
Our Going On
by Wynne Greenwood
Revolt (Le Tigre Remix)
by Lesbians On Ecstasy
Courtesy of alien8recordings
Far From Over (Instrumental)
by Kisses
In America
by Long Hind Legs
Courtesy of Kill Rock Stars
Soundmix by Quentin Chiappetta
MediaNoise, Brooklyn
Costumes and Styling by GGrippo
Shot at
GGripp art & design, Brooklyn, Light Industry, Brooklyn and PARTICIPANT Inc.,NYC
Supported by the ETC and NYSCA
Holly Anderson and Jonathan Kane, Thomas Beard, Tom Cole, Julia and Steve
Dawson, Paul DeSandre and Michael Ross, Lia Gangitano, Ed Halter, Betsy and
Thomas Neuville, Kel O’Neill, Christian Perez, Enat Sidi, Elisabeth Subrin
Written, Directed, Produced and
Edited by Laura Parnes
This project is still in production.
copyright 2011



12. Isabel Samaras, FF Alumn, at Alternative Gallery, Seaside, CA, opening May 13

West Coasters can catch Isabel Samaras in "New Brow IV", an exhibition presenting artists featured in the documentary film "New Brow: Contemporary Undeground Art", which chronicles a populist art movement that enfolds Low Brow, comics, punk music, hotrod street culture, Pop Surrealism, graffiti, tattoo, surf, tiki and other California subcultures. The show opens May 13th at the Alternative Gallery, 1230 Fremont Blvd., Seaside CA.



13. Emily Roysdon, FF Alumn, at Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY, thru July 25

Spring 2011 Exhibition

Time Again
Richard Aldrich, Troy Brauntuch, Manon de Boer, Matthew Buckingham, Moyra Davey, Thea Djordjadze, Aurélien Froment, Rachel Harrison, Charline von Heyl, Ull Hohn, William E. Jones, Elad Lassry, Rosalind Nashashibi, Blinky Palermo, Laure Prouvost, Steve Roden, Emily Roysdon, and Rosemarie Trockel

Novel with Ed Atkins, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Steven Claydon, Sergej Jensen, Sam Lewitt, R.H. Quaytman, Josef Strau, and Paul Thek

On view May 9–July 25, 2011

44-19 Purves Street
Long Island City, New York

Exhibition hours:
Thursday–Monday, 11am–6pm

SculptureCenter is pleased to present Time Again, an exhibition that explores the language of repetition, bringing together works that destabilize conventional ways of seeing and considering what is past and what is present. Engaging gesture, image sequence, material affect, and displaced narrative, the works on view create disjunctions with the way the time of the present is experienced, challenging our understanding of what it means to be contemporaries. Time Again is curated by Fionn Meade.

Within the exhibition, archival and historical settings are re-animated only to be undone, including William E. Jones’s video Berlin Flash Frames, 2010, which parcels out footage from an unedited film produced by the U.S. Information Agency found in the National Archives of the United States labeled with the provisional title "Berlin, 1961." Jones’s re-edit features distanced shots of the Berlin Wall under construction alongside propagandistic scenarios featuring actors on stage sets. Similarly, Emily Roysdon's Untitled (David Wojnarowicz Project), 2001–2007, responds to and redirects Wojnarowicz’s earlier work Arthur Rimbaud in New York, 1978-79, while an excerpt from Marc Camille Chaimowicz's Shoe Waste?, 1971–2005, returns to documentation of a clandestine action performed above and beneath the River Thames in London.

Additional works to be exhibited include a new sculpture by Rachel Harrison, Avatar, 2010; Ull Hohn's series of plaster relief paintings, Untitled, 1988; Thea Djordjadze’s Deaf and dumb universe (Gerüst), 2008; and Troy Brauntuch’s Stamps, 1975–2007, which gathers together the artist’s collection of figurative rubber stamps that have been used in his collages over the past thirty years. Also on view will be sculpture, collage, and video works from Rosemarie Trockel, including Goodbye Mrs. Mönipaer, 2003, a cinematic pantomime that explores the psychologically fraught role-playing that can emerge between artists and gallerists, studio and market concerns, and private and public selves.

The performing body and political subject present themselves throughout the exhibition via acts of estrangement, reversal, ritualized behavior, and fragmentation. Manon de Boer's film Attica, 2008, for example, captures a refracted consideration of the 1971 prison uprising in the form of a musical performance, while Rosalind Nashashibi's This Quality, 2010, offers an indirect view of Cairo through tightly framed observations of likeness and variation. Matthew Buckingham’s Image of Absalon to be Projected Until It Vanishes, 2001, addresses a public that may no longer exist in a fragmented portrait of the Danish warrior-bishop and quasi-mythic founder of the city of Copenhagen. Similarly, the place of abstraction reasserts a longstanding dialog with the place of iconography through modes of projection, superimposition, doubling, and associative image sequences in works by Richard Aldrich, Moyra Davey, Charline von Heyl, Elad Lassry, and Blinky Palermo.

Also included within Time Again is a presentation of works organized in collaboration with Novel, a project founded by London-based editors and curators Matt Williams and Alun Rowlands. A publication project that takes up experimental writing as a parallel practice to visual art making, Novel draws on politics, poetry, theory, and storytelling to promote explorations of language and the possibility of a new critical fiction.

Time Again is accompanied by an illustrated catalog published by SculptureCenter. For an updated schedule of exhibition related programs please visit our website.

About SculptureCenter
Founded by artists in 1928, SculptureCenter is a not-for-profit arts institution in Long Island City, NY dedicated to experimental and innovative developments in contemporary sculpture. SculptureCenter commissions new works and presents exhibitions by emerging and established, national and international artists. Our programs identify new talent, explore the conceptual, aesthetic and material concerns of contemporary sculpture, and encourage independent vision.

Exhibition and general operating support for SculptureCenter is provided in part by contributions from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; the Kraus Family Foundation; the New York State Council on the Arts; The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; Peter Jay Sharp Foundation; Foundation for Contemporary Arts; The Greenwall Foundation; The Tides Foundation, advised by the Lambent Foundation; Pollock Krasner Foundation; and contributions from our Board of Trustees and many generous individuals.

For additional information:
Frederick Janka
718.361.1750 x117



14. Jacob Burckhardt, FF Alumn, online at www.indiefilmnight.com, May 11

To all our friends, all over the world:

On Wednesday, May 11 at 8PM Eastern Standard Time APPRENTICE PICTURES will host a live presentation of:

A film noir sex romp comedy thriller
By Royston Scott and Jacob Burckhardt

Go to http://www.indiefilmnight.com/
And click on "live broadcast"
And Join in on the LIVE Q and A!!!

(NOTE: You WILL be able to see the movie there for the following week, and then later at the same site when you click on "films"). But the movie will NOT be up until that time.

For more information about the movie, go to:

Or watch the trailer:



15. Ichi Ikeda, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Agnes Denes, FF Alumns, at Pori Art Museum, Finland, thru May 29

For all people surviving on the earth after terrible disasters by earthquake and tsunami, we are more keenly feeling necessity of the compass suggesting a desirable direction for our voyage into a sustainable future, Please find my new artwork entitled the ' Future Compass between Water and Earth' in the ECO-ART exhibition, Pori Art Museum, Finland.

[04.02.2011 - 29.05.2011]
Hall, Lobby

Jan-Erik Andersson, Brandon Ballengée, Ciel Bergman, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Agnes Denes, Chris Drury, Michael Flomen, Andy Goldsworthy, Helen and Newton Harrison, Ichi Ikeda, Richard Misrach, Nils-Udo, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson, Alan Sonfist

Guest Curators: John K. Grande (Canada) and Peter Selz (USA)
Curator: Pia Hovi-Assad

Eco-Art is comprised of contemporary artists and artist collaborations in the fields of environmental and ecological art. The show is intended to awaken interest in the outdoor environmental art phenomenon indoors at a museum site. The Pori Art Museum has a long history of exhibitions that reveal strong commitment to the art/nature dialogue.

In co-operation with: Royal Botanical Gardens (Kanada), Galerie Lelong (USA),
Electronic Arts Intermix (USA)

For further information please visit



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