Video Village 2011 : New Media Expeditions

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A mention in the Artnet.com weekly picture post:

http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/news/picturepost/art-gallery-shows-4-4-11.asp

8 Apr 2011
Video Village: New Media Expeditions Curated by Stephanie Szerlip & Noah Collier
Index Art Center is pleased to present “Video Village,” a group exhibition and fundraiser for Friends of African Village Libraries (FAVL), exploring experimental forms of ethnographic travelogue and highlighting new outlets for mental conceptions of foreign space and place. Presenting video and new media installation works, these artists skirt the constraints of traditional channels of documentation. The works acknowledge the many mediations between physical travel and personal depiction, manipulating the ability of medium to become message and creating a more abstract and subjective account of the cultural landscapes they have traversed.
Included Artists:
Alan Resnick (http://www.itsallaboutalan.com/)
Brenna Murphy, Amy Faust and Kemialliset Ystavat (http://www.bmruernpnhay.com/)
Eva Engelbert(http://www.evaengelbert.com/)
Jon Rafman (http://jonrafman.com/)
Lillian Gerson (http://lilliangerson.wordpress.com/)
Noah Collier( http://hoopiedotnet.blogspot.com/)
Orland Nutt (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1944271/)
Paula Pfoser (http://gorg.kontxt.net/2011/01/eva-engelbert/)
Petra Cortright (http://petracortright.com/)
Stacia Yeapanis (http://www.staciayeapanis.com/)
Stephanie Szerlip (http://www.flickr.com/photos/12495903@N05/)
Opening night reception will include a series of screenings and multimedia performances by
Alan Resnick
Jon Cohrs
Jon Rafman
Lillian Gerson
The Lion of Senegal
A $3 suggested donation, as well as any further contributions, will go towards funding an educational video project in Burkina Faso, West Africa.

http://indexartcenter.org/

Video Village: New Media Expeditions Curated by Stephanie Szerlip & Noah Collier

Index Art Center is pleased to present “Video Village,” a group exhibition and fundraiser for Friends of African Village Libraries (FAVL), exploring experimental forms of ethnographic travelogue and highlighting new outlets for mental conceptions of foreign space and place. Presenting video and new media installation works, these artists skirt the constraints of traditional channels of documentation. The works acknowledge the many mediations between physical travel and personal depiction, manipulating the ability of medium to become message and creating a more abstract and subjective account of the cultural landscapes they have traversed.

Included Artists:

Alan Resnick (http://www.itsallaboutalan.com/)

Brenna Murphy, Amy Faust and Kemialliset Ystavat (http://www.bmruernpnhay.com/)

Eva Engelbert(http://www.evaengelbert.com/)

Jon Rafman (http://jonrafman.com/)

Lillian Gerson (http://lilliangerson.wordpress.com/)

Noah Collier( http://hoopiedotnet.blogspot.com/)

Orland Nutt (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1944271/)

Paula Pfoser (http://gorg.kontxt.net/2011/01/eva-engelbert/)

Petra Cortright (http://petracortright.com/)

Stacia Yeapanis (http://www.staciayeapanis.com/)

Stephanie Szerlip (http://www.flickr.com/photos/12495903@N05/)

Opening night reception will include a series of screenings and multimedia performances by

Alan Resnick

Jon Cohrs

Jon Rafman

Lillian Gerson

The Lion of Senegal

A $3 suggested donation, as well as any further contributions, will go towards funding an educational video project in Burkina Faso, West Africa.


http://indexartcenter.org/

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