Daily Practice

10.01.12

Images from Plural’s solo exhibition (which includes collaborative works from Jeremiah Chiu and myself).

Daily Practice
October 4 – November 1 / 2012
Salisbury University


Elena Harvey- Collins
 / Nate Mathews / 
Philip Spangler
September / 1st–29th / 2012
Artists’ talk / September / 29th / 2:30 p.m.

ROY G BIV Gallery
997 North High Street
Columbus Ohio 43201

Stefan Sagmeisterg
Thursday / Aug. 30 / 6:30 p.m.
Columbus College of Art + Design
Canzani Center Auditorium

Stefan Sagmeister and his agency, Sagmeister & Walsh, are best known for their album and poster designs—but they’ve also created branding, graphics, and packaging for clients as diverse as the Rolling Stones, HBO, the Guggenheim Museum, and Time Warner. Sagmeister himself is a longtime collaborator with musicians David Byrne and Lou Reed. He has delivered several TED talks and teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Sagmeister studied graphic design in Vienna and New York. After working with Leo Burnett’s Hong Kong Design Group, he returned to New York in 1993 to work with Tibor Kalman just before Kalman retired from the design business. Sagmeister stayed in New York to found Sagmeister Inc. He has won more than 200 design awards, including The One Show, Art Directors Club, Communication Arts, D&AD, and Grand Prix of the Moscow Art Directors Club Hall of Fame.

This program is free and open to the public.

H E R E  C O M E S  T H E  D A R K N E S S: Irena Knezevic
October 29-December 18 / 2011
ISU Galleries / University of Illinois at Normal
Opening Reception: Saturday / October 29 / 5-7pm

Programs:

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 7 PM, VIDEO SCREENING WITH LIVE INTERMISSION THE NORMAL THEATER / 209 NORTH STREET, NORMAL

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 4 PM, CONCERT FEATURING KNEZEVIC, DANCERS FROM THE SCHOOL OF THEATRE’S DANCE AREA AND MUSICIANS FROM ISU BANDS 145 CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 7 PM
PERFORMANCE WITH KNEZEVIC AND ISU’S DEBATE TEAM
145 CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS

For more info go to: allyouknowistrue.net

Image: Various Instances of a Negligible Mistake: A. Hitler’s Daily Walk, 2010

Forces & Gazes: Deborah Stratman
The Graham Foundation
Artist Talk / Oct 20 / 2011 / 6pm

Madlener House
4 West Burton Place
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Telephone: 312.787.4071
info@grahamfoundation.org

700 Million Miles an Hour
An Evening with Rebecca Cummins
Thursday, June 2, 2011 – 7:00pm
Film Studies Center
University of Chicago
Reserve seat(s) for this event

Exploring the sculptural, experiential and sometimes humorous possibilities of light and natural phenomena, Rebecca Cummins’ works often reference devices from the history of science and optics. Frequently, she has incorporated obsolete technologies in combination with newer media. In this program, Cummins presents her installations, including a machine for making rainbows, a camera obscura journey through the center of the earth, paranoid dinner-table devices (periscopes), an interactive computer/video rifle, site-specific camera obscuras and a variety of sculptural and photographic approaches to marking time. She also discusses her recent photographic and sculptural investigations into the apparent movement of the sun and moon and the creation of giant sundials.

Rebecca Cummins is Associate Professor at the University of Washington, Seattle. Exhibitions include: The 2008 Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville, SpainInterlude: 366, Zendai MOMA, Shanghai, China; 2007; Affect / Effect, KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland; and The South Australia Biennale of Australian Art, Adelaide;I Space, Chicago (2003); and The Exploratorium, San Francisco. Cummins was recently awarded the Chancellor’s Award from the University of Technology, Sydney and the outstanding University 2003 PhD dissertation entitledNecro-Techno: Examples from an Archeology of Media.

Coordinated by Artemis Willis, Ph.D candidate, Department of Cinema & Media Studies in conjunction with Professor Tom Gunning’s Seminar on the Moving and Projected Image.

Sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.