Past Exhibitions 2008

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Jean-Paul Kelly

And fastened to a dying animal
October 16 – November 15, 2008

Touching, smart and witty, Jean-Paul Kelly's idiosyncratic vision explores narrative structure as a mediation of everyday anxieties and anticipated grief.

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Life Stories

Maayan Amir and Ruti Sela, Meiro Koizumi, Tova Mozard
September 10 – October 11, 2008

Life Stories brings together confessional video portraits documenting the stories of unusual individuals.

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Rosana Simonassi

June 26 – July 26, 2008

Afueras, loosely translated as Outskirts, is a body of images taken in the central and northeastern territories of Argentina by Argentine artist Rosana Simonassi. Transforming the gallery through large scale and ghostly projections, Simonassi's nocturnal scenes seem at once both alien and open to all possibility.

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Peter Kingstone

100 Stories About My Grandmother
May 9 – June 14, 2008

Peter Kingstone works with video and photography, often experimenting with narrative strategy to explore ideas of personal history and the intangible nature of truth. 100 Stories About My Grandmother is a four-channel video installation weaving together portraits of male sex trade workers telling stories about their grandmothers.

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Artur Zmijewski

April 5 - May 3, 2008
Often inviting people to participate in social experiments, Polish artist Artur Zmijewski's documentary-style videos unabashedly rip open the safety nets and social contracts built into the terms of contemporary representation. In doing so, viewers are left to consider their own limitations in coming face-to-face with others potentially perceived as difficult or different.

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Farheen HaQ

February 21 - March 22, 2008

Farheen HaQ works with video, photo, and performance exploring the body in relation to gesture and ritual. With her characteristic meditative aesthetic, HaQ uses cinematic space to explore the singularity of one body amid many and the landscape as a larger body encompassing the whole.

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Jennifer Marman & Daniel Borins

Wha Happened?
January 10 - February 9, 2008

Collaborative duo Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins present Wha Happened?, an exhibition that weaves a chaotic patchwork from signs and symbols of mass media politics, popular culture, and contemporary art and design history.

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