SOME MILLION MILES Screens at NH Docs in New Haven, Connecticut
Co-Directed with Jared Ragland
Produced by Indie Grits Labs as part of the 2019 Rural Project
Saturday, June 1st at 1:30 PM
Community Program Room, New Haven Free Public Library, 133 Elm Street, New Haven, CT
Archive to screen at New Orleans Film Festival as part of the Cinema Reset portion of the festival.
Projections and Installations Schedule at the Contemporary Arts Center–
Monday, October 15 – Wed, October 17 (12:00PM – 7:00PM)
Thursday, October 18 – Wed, October 24 (10:00AM – 10:00PM)
More information found here.
RESTORING THE ARCHIVES BUILDING: AN INTERVIEW WITH ADAM FORRESTER
Andrew Wasserman, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Atlanta Studies is an open access, multimedia web-based journal published by the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship. We publish articles, blog posts, book reviews, and videos from the scholars, writers, artists, and activists who are writing the next chapters in our city’s story. Examining Atlanta from a wide range of perspectives, we offer thoughtful analyses of the metro region’s past and present for a public audience. We aim to be critical when addressing Atlanta’s problems and a tad boosterish when assessing its possibilities. We believe a city is no better than its scholarship, and we hope you’ll tune in and take part.
A digital publication of the Atlanta Studies Network, Atlanta Studies features innovative scholarship that takes advantage of the Internet’s capabilities to deliver audio, video, images, text, and data to facilitate new ways of organizing and presenting research. Atlanta Studies archives all of its publication materials within Emory’s Libraries and Information Technology Services (LITS) and is committed to providing a stable digital presence for content.
Read the full article here.
Archive will screen Wednesday February 21st from 2:15 - 3:30. See full Video Art Schedule Below.
PART I time 14:15 – 15:30
- River Crab – Karolina Mełnicka (PL)
- Confidente (Confident) – Karen Akerman, Miguel Seabra Lopes (BRA)
- The Loop – Diana Galimzyanova (RUS)
- From This Side Of Space To The Other Side Of The Signal – Benjamin Rosenthal (USA)
- Archive – Adam Forrester (USA)
- Dekonstrukcja Osobowości – Agnieszka Konarska (PL)
- Niebo – Kolektyw DA (PL)
- Fight of bulls – Tushar Waghela (IND)
- Bitterschokolade (Dark Chocolate) – Beate Höller (D)
- Kompozycja Przestrzenna – Marta Krześlak (PL)
PART II time 9:30 – 11:00
- To be – Farzaneh Omidvarnia (DNK)
- Untitled (Torso) – Nataša Stearns (USA)
- The Trader – Manuel Alvarez Diestro, Sergio Belinchon (ESP)
- Greetings from Atlantis – Hanna Kaszewska (PL)
- 2084 – Jan Chramosta (CZ)
- Genesis – Abtin Mozafari (IRN)
- DYSPLA_washed up babies – Lennie Varvarides, Kazimir Bielecki (UK)
- Vernunft & Triebe – Bennet Meyer (D)
- Clip Santé – Alexandre Fatta (CAN)
- Parking Lot Attendant – Charlotte Clermont (CAN)
- Phobia – Małgorzata Andrys (PL)
- Wspieramy Mariana – Mariusz Moscicki (PL)
- At the window, on the bed, behind the door – Erika Roux (NLD)
- Jak Wydoić Krowę – Adam Żądło (PL)
- Instrucciones para hacer un film en un país subdesarrollado (Instructions for making a film in an underdeveloped country) – M. Dianela Torres (MEX)
PART III time 9:30 – 11:00
- Natural disasters – Antti Polojarvi (FIN)
- Despondent – Marek Vajduliak (SVK)
- Celebrity – Khalil Charif (BRA)
- #allthatissolidmeltsintoair – Jonathan Palomar (CAN)
- The Islands – Hsuan-Kuang Hsieh (TWN)
- How Art You? – Kimberly Berckmoes (BEL)
- Moonland – Martin Janoušek (CZ)
- Świtezianka – Tomasz Herman (PL)
- Thank You – Karolina Nieduza (IND)
- Nabożeństwa Majowe do Najświętszej Maryi Dziewicy – Piotr Piasta (PL)
- K – Rick Niebe (ITA)
- Schody – Angelika Cebula (PL)
- Virtual Actors In Chinese Opera – Tobias Gremmler (HKG)
- Fogette – Jorge Mario Zuleta (CRI)
- Sztuczny Produkt Kultury – Martyna Wolna (PL)
Opening: Thursday, January 26, 2018 @ 6:00 PM
On View: January 27, 2018 - July 1, 2018
What would happen if an exhibition never stopped? Since it began in 1993, with this question being asked by Hans Ulrich Obrist and artists Christian Boltanski and Bertrand Lavier, do it has become the longest-running and most far-reaching exhibition ever to have happened – constantly evolving and generating evermore relevant new versions of itself. do it has toured to venues from New York to Manchester, Budapest to Salt Lake City, and Kosovo to Moscow. And now, from January 26 to July 1, 2018, do it is opening at the Mobile Museum of Art.
Mobile Museum of Art presents its own reinterpretation of do it with the help of regional artists and community groups. The exhibition will include Bruce Larsen interpreting the score of Nicolas Paris, Phillip Counselman creating his version of Yoko Ono’s “Wish Peace” (1996), Colleen Comer enacting a Tracey Emin instruction, a Sol Lewitt piece performed by the Spring Hill College Art department, and many more.
Brock Bernard Larsen
Amanda Solley Wilson
AIDS Alabama South
Alabama Contemporary Art Center
Alabama School of Math and Science
Mobile Arts Council
Spring Hill College
The Salvation Army
University of Mobile
University of South Alabama
The origin and transformation of do it reflects the necessity of exploring collaboration and shared authorship in a constantly evolving art world. The project’s impetus is rooted in the extraordinary effects of globalization on curating and artistic practice in the 1990s, a time that witnessed an unprecedented expansion of the geographies of contemporary art. Twenty years later, do it has taken place in 60+ venues worldwide and includes nearly 400 artists from across the globe, giving new meaning to the concept of an exhibition in progress, while offering infinite creative possibilities for participating audiences everywhere.
do it is an exhibition conceived and curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, and organized by Independent Curators International (ICI), New York. do it and the accompanying publication, do it: the compendium, were made possible, in part, by grants from the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and with the generous support from Project Perpetual and ICI’s International Forum and Board of Trustees.
Landscapes and Interventions
ON VIEW: September 23 - November 4,, 2017
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, September 23, 6 – 9 PM
Landscapes and Interventions is a retrospective exhibition showcasing a selection of Atlanta Celebrates Photography Ones To Watch (OTW), artists from the annual selection recognizing emerging and established artists working in lens-based medium. This exhibition is presented by Mary Stanley Studio and HATHAWAY Contemporary Gallery, in conjunction with the Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival, with artist selections by Mary Stanley and HATHAWAY Gallery Manager Anne Weems. This exhibition will highlight contemporary landscape and nightscape images, bringing attention to the serenity and natural beauty of the American landscape, highlighting critical environmental issues, and presenting playful and thought-provoking ways to intervene with the natural world. Selected artists include Matt Eich, Adam Forrester, Steve Giovinco, Amanda Greene, Joshua Dudley Greer, Noah Kalina, Alejandra Laviada, Laura Noel, Jeffrey Rich, Ansley West Rivers, Rylan Steele, and Bill Yates.
Sep 14, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join us for a discussion of our current exhibition, Fast Forward // Rewind–on view in the lower gallery through October 14th. This talk features a panel of three artists featured in the exhibition with show’s curator Mary Stanley and will be moderated by ArtsATL co-founder Catherine Fox.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
6:30 P Reception
7:00 P Discussion Begins
Artist, Fast Forward // Rewind
Artist, Fast Forward // Rewind
Artist, Fast Forward // Rewind
Curator, Fast Forward // Rewind
Catherine Fox is co-founder of ArtsATL and served as executive director, executive editor and chief art critic for its first six years. She was art and architecture critic at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for 27 years, during which time she was Cox Writer of the Year, twice winner of Cox awards in criticism, received two Green Eyeshade Awards and an award from the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors. She holds a master’s degree in art history from the University of Michigan. She is a co-author of Noplaceness: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape. She received the 2013 Community Impact Administrator Arts Award from the Emory College Center for Creativity Arts for her work on ArtsATL.
75 Bennett Streeet
Atlanta, GA 30309 United States
Archive will screen as part of WonderRoot's ongoing film series.
June 22 @ 7PM
WonderRoot’s Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series is an ongoing partnership between WonderRoot, Plaza Theatre, and the Atlanta Film Festival. The Film Series’ purpose is to not only provide a high quality local venue for filmmakers to screen their work, but also to help cultivate a thriving independent filmmaking scene in Atlanta.
In celebration of the photographers and poets featured in the limited edition coffee table book Inspired Georgia, there will be an exhibition, poetry reading, book signing and party at the West Side Cultural Arts Center on Wednesday October 26th from 6:30 – 9:00 as a featured event of the Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival (www.ACPinfo.org).
Live-Action: Repetition Routine and Redundancy in the Moving Image, Presented by MINT Gallery.
Adriane Colburn, Mark Crowley, Adam Forrester, Kate Gilmore, Lee Materazzi, and Justin Plakas
Exhibition Dates | August 8 – September 13
Opening Reception | Saturday, August 8, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Filter Photo Festival presents: Field Study, co-juried by Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art and Meg T. Noe, Curator and Director of Education at David Weinberg Photography.
Nelson Armour, Natalia Baluta, Sarah Christianson, Ciurej and Lochman, Rachel Cox, Karen Darling, Barbara Diener, Jessica Ekern, Adam Forrester, Dana Fritz, Cameron Gibson, Tytia Habing, William Harper, Lindsay Hutchens, Sandra Klein, Chrissy LaMaster, Adam Lampton, Cristen Leifheit, Janice Levy, Joyce Lopez, Holly Lynton, Sarah Malakoff, Carsten Meier, Angela MittigaMayu Nagaoka, Paccarik Orue, Julie Pasila, Simon Pyle, Tealia Ellis Ritter, Rob Rocke, Ken Rosenthal, Zack Sabin, John Steck Jr., Jamey Stillings, Suzanne E. Szucs, Millee Tibbs, and Terri Warpinski
Exhibition Dates | August 7 – October 3
Opening Reception | Friday, August 7, 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Closing Reception | Friday, September 25, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Presented by the Wassaic Project at Maxon Mills in Wassaic, New York
Kelli Rae Adams, Eve Axness, Richard Barlow,Jeff Barnett-Winsby, Rachel Barrett, Eve Biddle, Banui Barragán & Arnau Tàsies Grañó, Lisa Beck, Amelia Biewald, Max Bode, Sally Bozzuto, Hayley Brandon, Holden Brown, Teresa Christiansen, Christopher Daniels, Katherine Driscoll, Meredith Drum, Dinkholt and Heinbar, Ian Etter, Lisa Fairstein, Mike Fleming, Adam Forrester, Heli Garcia, Danny Ghitis, Ghost of a Dream, Kelly Goff, Rachel Granofsky, Nolan Gray, Jeila Gueramian, Eli Hansen, Sarah Hardesty, Chris Held, Will Hutnick, Roxanne Jackson, Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, Eric LoPresti, Sara Macel, Elyse Mack, Ari Marcantonio & Jaime Knight, Jaclyn Pryor, Amy Masters, Andrew McWilliams, Lori Merhige, Mitch Miller, Loren Nosan, Luke O’Sullivan, Liesl Pfeffer, Andrew Prayzner, Jet Black Press, Jaclyn Pryor, Mark Reamy, Corina Reynolds, Liz Rodda, Gabrielle Roth, Charlie Rubin, Jean Seestadt, Michael Stamm, Ryann Slauson, Erin Sweeny, Amanda Thackray, Breanne Trammell, Alex Tsocanos, Ryan Vahey, Nick Van Zanten, Chris Victor, Francesco Vizzini, Stephanie Williams