“Night Fever” at Future Tenant in Pittsburgh

Posted on Jul 22, 2017 in Uncategorized
“Night Fever” at Future Tenant in Pittsburgh

“Robot Love” is included in Night Fever, curated by Emily Colucci.  The show examines the aesthetic legacy of disco through a diverse multigenerational group of local and national contemporary artists who engage with the bygone era of mirror balls, disco divas, and transformative nights of dancing. While disco and its cultural impact have often been brushed off as too […]

“Obligate Symbionts” in “Electric Breath”

Posted on Feb 1, 2017 in Uncategorized
“Obligate Symbionts” in “Electric Breath”

Curated by Meredith Drum for ASU’s Emerge Festival, Electric Breath is a screening series that traces Frankensteinian themes in film history and contemporary video and animation. From monstrous avatars struggling to thrive in, or escape from, virtual worlds to animal-headed humans narrating a drowned city, the screening presents a forecast by turns satirical, dreamy and dystopian. Works by Marina Zurkow, Claudia Hart, Eva […]

“Nebula” at the Flint Institute of Arts

Posted on Jan 1, 2017 in Uncategorized
“Nebula” at the Flint Institute of Arts

In January, Nebula will be on view in the Fleckenstein Video Gallery at the Flint Institute for the Arts in Flint, Michigan. The Fleckenstein Video Gallery is a cutting-edge media art gallery designed specifically for video art named in honor of John and Janie Fleckenstein. https://flintarts.org/events/exhibitions/nebula Flint Institute of Arts 1120 East Kearsley Street Flint, Michigan 48503 […]

“Push Comes to Shove” at SMOCA

Posted on Oct 21, 2016 in Uncategorized
“Push Comes to Shove” at SMOCA

We are thrilled to be exhibiting five felt banners related to the Fairy Fantastic! story “Better Out Than In” in “Push Comes to Shove” at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.  The exhibition is a  cross-disciplinary collaboration between SMoCA and ASU Intermedia Professor Muriel Magenta, Ph.D., Push Comes to Shove: Women and Power (October 1, 2016 – January 8, 2017) […]

2016 Trans*studies

Posted on Sep 1, 2016 in Uncategorized
2016 Trans*studies

Trans*studies is a 4-day international academic conference from September 7th – 10th at the University of Arizona in Tucson Arizona.  Mauro Cabral and Sandy Stone will give keynote talks and international panelists will address topics such as transgender issues, sex/gender variance, gender nonconformity, and diverse embodiments-as well as work that draws upon trans* methodologies to inform […]

Healing Tool, curated by Shana Moulton, 1646, The Hague

Posted on Feb 23, 2016 in Uncategorized
Healing Tool, curated by Shana Moulton, 1646, The Hague

Curated by Shana Moulton “Create a one minute, moving image healing tool. Make your video into a healing tool that is under one minute. Shape a one-minute healing tool from some video and sound material. Make a tool for healing out of video and sound Take some video and sound, and make a healing tool […]

Harp & Silver in “Queer Worlds, Queer Lives” at the Broad

Posted on Jan 31, 2016 in Uncategorized
Harp & Silver in “Queer Worlds, Queer Lives” at the Broad

This month’s theme, “Queer Worlds, Queer Lives,” is presented by MSU faculty members David Bering-Porter and Ellen McCallum featuring artists James Broughton, Dana Birnbaum, Tom Rubnitz, Hilary Harp and Suzie Silver, Sadie Benning, Richard Fung, and Julie Zando. The Broad Underground Film Series offers monthly screenings exploring Video Art and experimental and avant-garde film from […]

The Frank-Ratchye Fund for Art @ the Frontier

Posted on Jan 1, 2016 in Uncategorized
The Frank-Ratchye Fund for Art @ the Frontier

“Fairy Fantastic!” has again been awarded a grant from The Frank-Ratchye Fund for Art @ the Frontier. The STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University administers the Frank-Ratchye Fund for Art @ the Frontier (FRFAF): an endowment to encourage the creation of innovative artworks by the faculty, students and staff of Carnegie Mellon University. With this fund, the STUDIO […]

“Histories of Sexuality” at the New Museum, NYC

Posted on Jan 1, 2016 in Uncategorized
“Histories of Sexuality” at the New Museum, NYC

“Histories of Sexuality” situates Wynne Greenwood’s work in proximity to two programs from the New Museum’s past that focused on sexuality and gender in then-recent video works: “HOMO Video: Where We Are Now” (1986–87), curated by William Olander, and the video programs associated with Marcia Tucker’s “Bad Girls” exhibition (1994), curated by filmmaker Cheryl Dunye. Included […]

“A Spy” on VDB TV

Posted on Dec 1, 2015 in Uncategorized
“A Spy” on VDB TV

In December Suzie Silver’s 1992 video “A Spy: Hester Reeve Does the Doors” is included in the fourth program on VDB TV, created to coincide with the “Histories of Sexuality show at the New Museum. Launched in 2015, VDB TV is an innovative digital distribution project which provides free, online streaming access to curated programs […]