Come out and support TODAY Katrina Sorrentino’s solo thesis exhibition How to Make the Bed from 6 – 9 PM at the MFA Studios in Long Island City. Join us TOMORROW Friday April 1st for the 2016 Class MFA Group Show ALL AT ONCE at ICP Midtown (School)
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AFTER THE FACT SYMPOSIUM EXPLORES SIGNIFICANT EVENTS AND THEIR IMPACT
Next Saturday, December 12, candidates from the ICP-Bard MFA program will present After the Fact, a one-day symposium examining the place and potential of The Event. The symposium will be composed of artist talks and panel discussions followed by a Q&A session. Featured participants include Jean Marie Casbarian, Nona Faustine, Alex Fialho, Gordon Hall, Katherine… Continue reading AFTER THE FACT SYMPOSIUM EXPLORES SIGNIFICANT EVENTS AND THEIR IMPACT
The Green Ray
https://vimeo.com/38026163 The Green Ray from The Sun Quartet by Tacita Dean. 16mm film. 2001
Call for Entries: Under the Subway Video Art Night in New York and Berlin
Under the Subway Video Art Night is an event focused exclusively to video art with the projections on the walls of the streets or in art spaces in New York City and this edition in Berlin the same day also. In the last four editions were showed the works of over 200 artist from all… Continue reading Call for Entries: Under the Subway Video Art Night in New York and Berlin
Midday Break: Optical Poem
Wacthing this beautiful video in Jean Marie Casbarian´s Graduate Seminar class. The short film An Optical Poem, 1938, by the celebrated German-born abstract film-maker Oskar Fischinger, in its entirety, composed to Franz Liszt's "2nd Hungarian Rhapsody." Made entirely with paper in stop motion fashion.
In the beginning there was no earth, no water – nothing. There was a single hill called Nunne Chaha. In the beginning everything was dead. In the beginning there was nothing; nothing at all. No light, no life, no movement no breath. In the beginning there was an immense unit of energy. In the beginning… Continue reading Grosse Fatigue
Poetics of Music
The creator's function is to sift the elements he receives from her, for human activity must impose limits upon itself. The more art is controlled, limited, worked over, the more it is free. As for myself, I experience a sort of terror when, at the moment of setting to work and finding myself before the… Continue reading Poetics of Music
The creativity process and the process of individuation are both phenomena taking place in solitude. (...) The human mind used to be so constructed that the discovery, or perception, of order or unity in the external world is mirrored, transferred, and experience as if it were a discovery of a new order and balance in… Continue reading Solitude
Beau Torres and ICP-Bard MFA Program invite us all to When Things Come Together a graduate thesis exhibition March 12–15, 2015 ICP-Bard MFA Studios 24-20 Jackson Avenue, 3rd Floor Long Island City, NY 11101 7 ♘ G ♘ E ♘ M ♘ to Court Square ************************* An opening reception will take place on Thursday, March 12 from 6–10 pm This & This You… Continue reading The Invitation
Picasso’s Bull’s Head.
I changed my mind about Picasso's Bull's Head as I wondered about its childlike ease. At first It frustrated me that I did not use to think as much about objects around me as I had ought to do. In the creating process the creator will often reach out, - far away. I would drive to a trash place near my highschool… Continue reading Picasso’s Bull’s Head.