Screen Spaces public program
To mark the opening of Screen Spaces, a public program at Anthology Film Archives will assemble a group of artists and cultural practitioners to discuss the ways in which the production of reality is mediated by the architecture of the screen.
1 December 2018 11:00 - 15:30
Speakers and participants include Morehshin Allahyari, Guus Beumer, Constant Dullaart, Arnon Grunberg, Prince Harvey, Devin Kenny, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Legacy Russell, Katía Truijen, and Vere van Gool. The public program is followed by a walking tour that will explore the exhibition sites.
11.30 - 12.00 Screening of Wendelien van Oldenborgh's Prologue: Squat/Anti-Squat.
12.00 - 12.10 Welcome and introduction by Vere van Gool, and Katía Truijen
12.10 - 12.30 Performance by JODI
12.30 - 12.50 Talk by Legacy Russell
12.50 - 13.10 Performance by Constant Dullaart
13.10 - 13.30 Performance by Morehshin Allahyari
13.30 - 13.45 Talk by Prince Harvey
13.45 - 14.00 Collective reading by Guus Beumer
14.00 - 14.15 Presentation by Devin Kenny
14.15 - 14.30 Reflection by Arnon Grunberg
The public program is followed by a walking tour across the exhibition sites.
14.30 - 15.15 Constant Dullaart at 199 E 3rd St.
15.15 - 15.30 Naïmé Perrette at Spring Mart Bodega
15.30 - 16.00 Analisa Teachworth at Baxter St. at The Camera Club of New York
16.00 - 16.45 JODI at Rhizome at Wallplay's ON CANAL
16.45 - 17.30 Live Archiving at Are.na
17.30 - 18.50 Devin Kenny, Rites Network, Angus Tarnawsky and Jan Bot with exhibition design by Koos Breen and Jeannette Slütter
18.15 - 18.30 Sean Monahan at Bamboo Garden
18.30 - 18.45 Manolis Lemos at Seward Educational Campus
18.45 - 19.00 Tayyib Ali at Whooden Collective
19.00 - 20.00 Shigeko Kubota, with exhibition design by Marlous Borm Co-curated by Agustin Schang at Emily Harvey Foundation
For the Record
_Screen Spaces _is part of For the Record, a live-research and exhibition project on the politics of contemporary video culture, launched by Het Nieuwe Instituut in 2018. For the Record investigates how contemporary video culture operates as a public space for consumerism, activism and emancipation, by exposing existing realities and imagining alternatives. The project documents and reflects upon the technologies, spatial design and forms of representation deployed in video culture and live events, and uses public programs and video production as the main research methodology.
Screen Spaces is supported by the Consulate General of The Netherlands in New York.