Pablo Guardiola, from “Maintenance Yard,” on view at Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco (9/5 to 10/11, 2014).
Through photographic and sculptural metaphors, Guardiola gives new meaning to objects, and weaves new stories. “Maintenance Yard” explores the ‘markers of geography through historical figures Francis Drake and George Dewey, plotting story lines from the Bay Area to the Caribbean and back, emblematic of Guardiola’s own personal trajectory’ (Hotchkiss). The works are heavily anchored in the idea of History as equation, where History is approached as a multiple choice narrative; inevitably the plot of the story is about its process of creation and the endless outcomes and permutations that can arise.
#PabloGuardiola #Shark #Conceptualism #PMxPostMeridiem
Tania Prill, Alberto Vieceli and Sebastian Cremers, “336 Pages 336 Books,” 2014, 336 pages, Publisher Everyedition.
A diminutive book with a black binding, its precisely 336 pages each showing an extreme close-up of the numbered portion of a page from one of 336 different books from the past century and more.
#Publication #PMxPostMeridiem #Bibliography #Enigma #GeorgeBrecht #EveryEdition #EdRuscha
Art in the City. Texas. 1974
Stephen Shore, “West Ninth Avenue, Amarillo, Texas,” October 2, 1974, from the series “American Surfaces,” chromogenic print. Image courtesy the artist and 303 Gallery, New York. Last day to see it in the exhibition “Aperture Remix,” (05/24 - 9/26, 2014) at Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego.
In the 1970s, Shore set the standard for large-format color photography of the vernacular landscape, producing coolly detailed photographs that transformed the environment into evocative tableaus. The “American Surfaces” series consists of snapshots photographed on the road to Amarillo, Texas between 1972–1973.
#StephenShore in #Apertureremix @mopasd #PMxPostMeridiem
Gerard & Kelly, “Kiss Solo,” 2012
Four-channel video and sound. 45:00 min.
On view at Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, as a part of Made in LA exhibition.
Through performance, photography, choreography, video, and writing, Gerard & Kelly upend the discipline of dance and its relation to the visual arts while remaining resolutely within its boundaries. By taking cues from conceptualist dance of the 1960s and 1970s, strategies of appropriation and institutional critique of the 1980s and 1990s, and more recent developments in queer theory, Gerard & Kelly question traditional assumptions of gender and sexuality.
Photo by Elisabeth Berntein (Installation view, Kate Werble Gallery, New York, 2013, from www.ucla.hammer.edu)
#Gerard&Kelly #Performance #Choreography #Dance #Video #Writing #Gender #Sexuality #Queer #Theory #HammerMuseum #MadeinLA #LosAngeles #LA #PMxPostMeridiem
PMx team and Laura Kim at work during “Twitter Chats, Social Media as Space for Critical Discourse and Art Practice,” 2014. Featured as highlight program of the Asian Contemporary Art Week 2014, organized by @acacsf. Behind-the-scene at Kadist Art Foundation.
Thank you for join us yesterday to our Twitter Chats event! It was such a pleasure to hear everyone’s perspectives and thoughts on the potentials of social media as an art medium and space for critical arts practices. Looking forward to more conversations. Documentation coming soon.
#PMx #PostMeridiem #ACAWSF #AdrielLuis #LauraKim #JanChristianBernabe #AnXiaoMina #SmithsonianAPA #CenterForArtAndThought #TheCivicBeat #TwitterChats #Kadist (at Kadist SF)
Miguel Libarnes, “Mascara,” 2012, still from video performance, 3 mins. 32 secs., courtesy the artist and UCR Artblock.
In the era of the digital, how might we have to queer what we think is queer? In its online and offline versions, the exhibition “Queer Sites and Sounds” proposes that we understand queerness both as an embodied identificatory practice and as a way of relating to digital stories, forms, and literacies.
In its online and offline versions, the exhibition “Queer Sites and Sounds” proposes that we understand queerness both as an embodied identificatory practice and as a way of relating to digital stories, forms, and literacies. In partnership with U.C. Riverside’s ARTSblock and Culver Center of the Arts, the Center for Art and Thought presents the multimedia works of Ronaldo Wilson, Kiam Marcelo Junio, Jeffrey Augustine Songco, Gina Osterloh, Eliza Barrios, Kat Larson, and Miguel Libarnes. Curated by Jan Christian Bernabe.
Tonight, 6-8pm, on PMx Twitter, Jan Christian Bernabe, New Media, and Curatorial Director, Center for Art and Thought, will talk to PMx about some of the projects by Center for Art and Thought. Join us for the event!
#PMx #PostMeridiem #ACAWSF #CA+T #Queer #MiguelLibarnes
An Xiao Mina, Morse Code Tweets, 2009. at the Brooklyn Museum.
Why Do We Tweet?
In January 2009, the Brooklyn Museum launched 1stfans, the first social media-driven museum membership. Through tweeting Morse code, An Xiao Mina proposed using the feed to tweet in Morse code. Each tweet appeared solely in dots and dashes, but she provided an online translator which allowed readers to simply copy and paste the code to get a response in the Roman alphabet. Rather than important issues, she communicated daily minutiae, such as “Brushing my teeth” and “Tired. Need coffee.”
Tonight, on PMx Twitter (6-8pm), we’ll be talking to An Xiao Mina about her multi-faceted practice as an artist, writer and technologist. We’ll discuss some of her artistic project as well as her work at The Civic Beat, an online magazine about how people are using creativity and technology for social and political change.
#PMx #PostMeridiem #ACAWSF #AnXiaMina #ArtMedium #BrooklynMuseum #TheCivicBeat
Laura Kim, #Selfie.
Laura Kim is an interdisciplinary artist working with video, performance and the Internet as a creative tool and platform for distribution. We’ll be talking to her about her practice tonight on Twitter, 6-8pm. Don’t miss it!
#PMx #PostMeridiem #ACAWSF #Lauraonsale #PopCulture #Selfie
“There is more to Yuri’s Life than Malcolm’s death.”
“Folk Hero, Remembering Yuri Kochiyama Through Grassroots Art,” an online exhibition curated by Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center. Yuri Kochiyama, incomparable civil rights leader, passed away on Sunday June 1, 2014. There was nothing at the Smithsonian that represented her life before this online exhibition.
Don’t miss our conversation tonight on Twitter, 6-8pm, with Adriel Luis, Curator of Digital and Emerging Media at Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
#PMx #PostMeridiem #Smithsonian #ACAWSF #YuriKochiyama #OnlineExhibition