Rebecca Loyche
Since 2008
Works in Old Chatham, New York United States of America

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BIO
Rebecca Loyche is a conceptual artist working primarily in video, photography, sound and film. She Co-Directed MMX Open Art Space with Jonathan Gröger and has curated programs in the United States and in Germany. Her art has been shown throughout the US and in Germany, Iceland, Brazil, Prague, Ireland. Collaborating projects include: Spaceallover.org a series of Nomadic Art events, tART Women’s Collective in NYC, BUFF Brooklyn Underground Film Festival and working for the David Smith Estate and Art Omi international art residencies and sculpture park. She holds an MFA from Hunter College, NYC & BFA from Pratt Institute, NYC and was a Meisterschüler with Candice Breitz at Braunschweig School of Art, Germany.
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OPPORTUNITY

Videos wanted for Public Video Box in Berlin


Deadline:
Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:00

Location:
Berlin, Germany

re:MMX is currently seeking video work for their Public Video Box. We are looking for videos that deal with dwellings, environments, metropolis, urban sprawl, private and public spaces of living and in general work that reacts to construction sites and city developments throughout the world.

MMX was 2010 and re:MMX is 2012, a remix of the old project but with an emphasis on public art. We left our location 2 years ago but have now been invited back to react to the development and construction site that was our former art space. Seeking provocative video work that even address gentrification and/or the negativity of global expansion.

The Video Box is in its second month and will continue for four more months. A new video work is shown each week for 7 days from 2pm-10pm. The Video Box is located right in the middle of Berlin on a popular commercial art street with high foot traffic.

All videos are shown with a HD-ready projector, rear projection, directional speakers and played from a high-end media player.

Videos should be in the time range of 30 seconds to approx. 20 minutes in length. We show work with sound but have to take in consideration the neighbors so volume levels are kept in a normal range.

All videos that are shown get PR, future inclusion in the project’s publication and a modest honorarium. To see the works we have shown in the past please go to www.mmx.mx/re/VideoBox/

SUBMISSIONS:
Please email us a link to view the video work and a short synopsis about why your work would fit into the above mention themes.

DEADLINE for submission is November 30,2012.

In the Subject line of your email please type VIDEO SUBMISSION

Email us at submissions@mmx.mx

Thank You!


DISCUSSION

Exhibition space in Berlin available for rental


THIS CALL IS OVER. NO EXHIBITION SPACE FOR RENT!!!! PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT US.

OPPORTUNITY

Exhibition space in Berlin available for rental


Deadline:
Mon Oct 31, 2011 00:00

Location:
Berlin, Germany

Established Exhibition space in Berlin for rent in key
location of Mitte’s commercial art district, Linienstraße.  Daily, weekly and monthly rentals
available now until late Fall 2011.
200 Sq meters up to 1000 sq meters for rent, various
dimensions, high ceilings 2.8-3.5 meters. Rooms with windows and without. Very
unique spaces are ideal for collectives, group shows, and solo shows.
High foot traffic especially in summer/fall.Garden in the
front of building.
For more information please contact us with what you would
be interested in doing, when, and for how long. Cost is customized to usage.


OPPORTUNITY

The End is just the beginning… An Open Call for Video work.


Deadline:
Fri Oct 15, 2010 00:00

Location:
Germany

MMX is currently in the process of putting together the last Screening program for our one year Open Art Venue project. Show VII will open the end of October 2010 and run until December 2010.

We are looking for videos that loosely deal with the idea of the end. This can be interpreted many different ways. For us at MMX, the end of our art space is sad but also exciting because we have a lot of other interesting projects on the horizon. So the end also deals with new beginnings and the fact that all good things most come to an end.

MMX opens a new exhibition every six weeks always with a new screening program. Our screening room holds up to 100 people, is powered with a HD ready projector, Mac mini, and Mackie speaker sound system. The program plays throughout the duration of the exhibition on a loop as opposed to a one-time screening. What we have in mind is a selection of extraordinary video/films to screen- short and sweet.
At this time we are only interested in seeing short video work with some element of endings and beginnings. Videos should be in the time range of 30 seconds to 10 minutes in length.

Please send us a link to view the video work and a short synopsis about why your work would fit into “the end” theme. DEADLINE for submission is October 15, 2010.

In the Subject line of your email please type VIDEO SUBMISSION
Email us at submissions@mmx.mx


In the center of Berlin’s commercial art scene, MMX is a unique international forum for the advancement of art and an advocate for underexposed ideas. A not-for-profit venue, MMX is committed to fostering innovative ways of generating, exhibiting, supporting and experiencing contemporary art.

For more information www.mmx.mx


OPPORTUNITY

Open call for video work of performance art or performance with video.


Deadline:
Wed Aug 18, 2010 00:00

Location:
Germany

MMX is currently in the process of putting together the Screening program for Show VI that will open the end of August 2010. Show VI will have an emphasis on performance, with sculptures that are time based and musically perform, public interventions, an ever changing film set and rotating exhibitions of six degrees of curatorial separation.

MMX opens a new exhibition every six weeks always with a new screening program. Our screening room holds up to 100 people, is powered with a HD ready projector, Mac mini, and Mackie speaker sound system. The program plays throughout the duration of the exhibition on a loop as opposed to a one-time screening. What we have in mind is a selection of extraordinary video/films to screen- short and sweet.

At this time we are only interested in seeing short video work with Performative elements. Videos should be in the time range of 30 seconds to 10 minutes in length.
Please send us a link to view the video work and a short synopsis.

In the Subject line of your email please type VIDEO SUBMISSION
Email us at submissions@mmx.mx


In the center of Berlin’s commercial art scene, MMX is a unique international forum for the advancement of art and an advocate for underexposed ideas. A not-for-profit venue, MMX is committed to fostering innovative ways of generating, exhibiting, supporting and experiencing contemporary art.

For more information www.mmx.mx