Posts Tagged: 2008

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City Paper reviews Keep It Slick

“Curator Suparak has demonstrated a knack for exhibiting the work of those who require a hyphenated addendum to the word ‘artist.'”

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City Paper reviews Keep It Slick

“Curator Suparak has demonstrated a knack for exhibiting the work of those who require a hyphenated addendum to the word ‘artist.'”

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KEEP IT SLICK: Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes Men

The first major exhibition of the internationally renowned culture-jamming group. Dubbed “the most prescient show of the year” by Paper City and “a timely acknowledgment of the work of […] the great social satirists of our time” by Art Papers.

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KEEP IT SLICK: Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes Men

The first major exhibition of the internationally renowned culture-jamming group. Dubbed “the most prescient show of the year” by Paper City and “a timely acknowledgment of the work of […] the great social satirists of our time” by Art Papers.

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City Paper feature on Your Town, Inc.

“This and other revelations about the afterlives of closed big-box retailers are the subject of Your Town, Inc., a new exhibition of work by artist Julia Christensen”

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City Paper feature on Your Town, Inc.

“This and other revelations about the afterlives of closed big-box retailers are the subject of Your Town, Inc., a new exhibition of work by artist Julia Christensen”

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Rhizome interviews Suparak

“Your style of independent curating was noticeably different: your interest in emerging artists, non-traditional exhibition spaces and video and media art set you apart.”

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Rhizome interviews Suparak

“Your style of independent curating was noticeably different: your interest in emerging artists, non-traditional exhibition spaces and video and media art set you apart.”

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YOUR TOWN, INC.: Big Box Reuse with Julia Christensen

Photographs and new installation work examine how communities are changing in the shadow of corporate real estate.

Your Town poster
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YOUR TOWN, INC.: Big Box Reuse with Julia Christensen

Photographs and new installation work examine how communities are changing in the shadow of corporate real estate.

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City Paper on Suparak’s appointment at CMU’s Miller Gallery

“Suparak made her name as a globetrotting independent curator. Now she’s parked at CMU; her hiring, in March, makes her arguably the biggest underground art star to move to Pittsburgh in years.”

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City Paper on Suparak’s appointment at CMU’s Miller Gallery

“Suparak made her name as a globetrotting independent curator. Now she’s parked at CMU; her hiring, in March, makes her arguably the biggest underground art star to move to Pittsburgh in years.”

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IN PURSUIT OF NORTHERN LIGHTS: Tracking Canada’s Living Cinema

“These artists, working at the forefront of contemporary cinematic performance across Canada, represent two tendencies of a multivalent, transnational, projector-based screen practice. Both Boyle and Barrow orchestrate overhead projectors, hand-drawn and live animation, and their own shadows to realize fantastical vignettes and comic book narratives. Alternatively, Lemieux and MacKenzie manipulate hand-processed, self-shot, and found footage film in their formalist projector performances that entertain the potential for technical failure.”

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IN PURSUIT OF NORTHERN LIGHTS: Tracking Canada’s Living Cinema

“These artists, working at the forefront of contemporary cinematic performance across Canada, represent two tendencies of a multivalent, transnational, projector-based screen practice. Both Boyle and Barrow orchestrate overhead projectors, hand-drawn and live animation, and their own shadows to realize fantastical vignettes and comic book narratives. Alternatively, Lemieux and MacKenzie manipulate hand-processed, self-shot, and found footage film in their formalist projector performances that entertain the potential for technical failure.”