Hanne Mugaas
Since 2006
Works in Oslo Norway

BIO
Hanne Mugaas is an independent curator based in New York. She has curated exhibitions and screenings in Berlin, Stockholm, Tokyo and Paris. Recent projects include "Take it to the Net" for Vilma Gold in London, "Techniques of Today" for MIACA in Yokohama and "The Copy and Paste Show" for Rhizome.org. Mugaas is also a research assistant to Associate Curator Barbara London at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.

TONIGHT! MoMA: MediaScope: An Evening with Ou Ning


when:Mon 12.11 (8pm)
where:MoMA (11 W 53rd St, 212.708.9400)
price:$10

It's a disheartening story familiar to city residents: the government declares imminent domain and a historic neighborhood is leveled in the name of modernization. Documentary filmmaker and graphic designer Ou Ning and artist Cao Fei co-produced the Da Zha Lan Project, which chronicles the fate of Beijing's historic quarter and its residents as the city renovates in preparation for the 2008 Olympics. Situated near Tiananmen Square, Da Zha Lan was a throwback to the days of the Emperor's rule, with winding streets and traditional restaurants, but has become home to the city's poor because of unsanitary conditions. Artist, activist, and lecturer, Ou Ning has taken the Da Zha Lan Project on the road to discuss the film. ~

Dedicated to experimentation with cinematic form and content, MediaScope presents emerging and recognized artists who discuss their work with the audience. The program explores filmmaking and videomaking, as well as Web-based, installation, and digital art practices.

MediaScope is organized by Sally Berger, Assistant Curator; Jytte Jensen, Curator; Laurence Kardish, Senior Curator; and Joshua Siegel, Assistant Curator, Department of Film; and Barbara London, Associate Curator; Department of Media.

MediaScope is supported by Jennifer McSweeney. Special thanks to First Run Features.

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Art Basel Miami Beach events



M21 ­ IFAC @ Scope Miami and Art Basel Miami Beach 2006
Curated by Lee Wells
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Featuring an all video and new media program of emerging and mid career artists that includes the work of Hackworth Ashley, Stephanie Lempert, Bill Dolson, Gerald Förster, Christina McPhee, G.H. Hovagimyan, Josephin Böttiger, Erin O¹Hara, Cecilie Dahl, Lara Allen, Raphaele Shirley, Nico Smith, Hasty+Hasty, Jason Van Anden, George Barber, Melissa Schubeck, Aaron Miller, Chris Borkowski and more.
Also featuring a special presentation of works by Slater Bradley, Zilla Leutenegger and Oliver Herring from the collection of Matthew Schwartz.

M21 ­ The Museum of 21st Century Art
Booth 86

Place: Roberto Clemente Park
101 NW 34th Street (at NW 2nd Avenue)
Wynwood Art District, Miami

Shuttle from Art Basel and TownHouse leaving every 30 minutes
For more info go to http://www.scope-art.com
Dates: December 6-10, 2006 10am-8pm Daily
VIP/Press Preview Brunch Thursday December 7th, 10 AM ­ 2PM
VIP Benefit Thursday December 7th, 6 PM ­ 9 PM

PLUS

M21--The Museum of 21st Century Art and The Scope Foundation proudly inaugurate their first exhibition, Helios Oceanus. Featuring award-winning multi-channel video artworks of Janet Biggs, Andrea Juan, and Christina McPhee at the Gansevoort South, located at 2399 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. There will be complimentary valet and entrance on 24th street. The reception will take place on Wednesday, December 6, 2006, 7 pm ­ 11 pm and will be open through December 10th.

Gansevoort South 2399 Collins Avenue (Entrance at 24th St) Miami Beach
Complementary valet entrance at 24th Street 2 blocks north of the Bass Museum and Art Basel Positions
Dates December 6-10, 2006 12pm-8pm Daily
Reception Wednesday, December 6, 7pm ­ 11 pm

For more information please contact info@m21-art.org or call 917 723 2524
WWW.M21-ART.ORG <http://WWW.M21-ART.ORG ...

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the lion king




here’s the secret picture blog that scott schwartz and i have been posting on for more than a month now….

the lion king

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ZKM | ZKM | Exhibitions :: MindFrames


Participating artists:

Gerald O Grady
Hollis Frampton
Paul Sharits
James Blue
Tony Conrad
Steina
Woody Vasulka
Peter Weibel

Curated by Steina and Woody Vasulka, Peter Weibel with Thomas Thiel.

16 December 06�18 March 2007 MindFrames. Media Study at Buffalo 1973�1990 ZKM | Media Museum, Atria 8+9 Opening Fri, 15 December 7 p.m. in the ZKM_Foyer

"Academy" and "Art" are highly actual themes. The founding of academies and universities is a hot topic. Twentieth-century art history is, namely, not only a history of individuals, but also collectives, groups, circles, and (institutional and informal) schools. Academies and universities have made history in that they gather outstanding artists and develop a teaching program. Sites of teaching and production such as the Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Arts and Crafts) in Vienna, Bauhaus in Weimar, Dessau and later Berlin, WChUTEMAS in Moscow, Black Mountain College in North Carolina, and the Hochschule f����¯�¿�½������¼r Gestaltung (Academy of Design) in Ulm have influenced and shaped the development of art just as greatly as individual creative personalities have. In the 1970s and 1980s, the Department of Media Study at the State University of New York at Buffalo became one of these places of, teaching and mediating, in the area of Media Art, developing into what was perhaps to the most influential school for media in the twentieth century. Teaching there under the leadership of the founder Gerald O Grady were the (meanwhile canonized) structuralist, avant-garde filmmakers Hollis Frampton, Tony Conrad, and Paul Sharits, documentary filmmaker James Blue, video artists Steina and Woody Vasulka, and Peter Weibel.



The significance of the Department of Media Study at Buffalo for the media age is comparable with other historical institutions influence on art history. Its ...

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