November 27, 2018 - Het Nieuwe Instituut - Screen Spaces, a geography of moving image
November 27, 2018

Het Nieuwe Instituut

Screen Spaces, a geography of moving image. Graphic Design: Koos Breen, 2018.

Screen Spaces, a geography of moving image
December 1–7, 2018

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Het Nieuwe Instituut, the Dutch institute for Architecture, Design and Digital Culture, launches the exhibition and lecture series Screen Spaces, a geography of moving image in New York.

Screen Spaces presents ten site-specific installations showcasing the work of video and  time-based media artists. Spanning across a myriad of locations in New York, the project aims to unveil the identities, ideologies and imaginaries that are set in motion by video culture today. Through a series of conversations and public programs, Screen Spaces explores the material, spatial and political dimensions of the space of the screen and the territories it mediates, rendering video and time based media as sites for reality production and circulation.

Public program
Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Ave
December 1, 2018
11:30am–3:30pm

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.

11:30am-12pm Screening of Wendelien van Oldenborgh’s Prologue: Squat/Anti-Squat.
12-12:10pm Welcome and introduction by Vere van Gool, and Katía Truijen
12:10-12:30pm 
Performance by JODI 
12:30-12:50pm 
Talk by Legacy Russell
12:50-1:10pm 
Performance by Constant Dullaart 
1:10-1:30pm 
Talk by Morehshin Allahyari 
1:30-1:45pm 
Performance by Prince Harvey
1:45-2pm 
Collective reading by Guus Beumer
2-2:15pm 
Screening by Devin Kenny
2:15-2:30pm 
Reflection by Arnon Grunberg

Exhibition schedule
Various locations in Lower Manhattan
December 1-7, 2018
11am-6pm

Responding to the relationship between video and the construction of the public sphere, Screen Spaces presents ten site-specific installations in Lower Manhattan. Free and open to the public, Screen Spaces transforms its sites into temporal, urban viewing, recording and broadcasting stations, and nodes in a scrolling geography across the city.

Walking tour
The public program is followed by a walking tour across the exhibition sites.

2:30-3:15pm Constant Dullaart at 199 E 3rd St.
3:15-3:30pm 
Naïmé Perette at Spring Mart Bodega
3:30-4pm 
Analisa Teachworth at Camera Club at Baxter St.
4-4:45pm 
JODI at Rhizome at ON CANAL
4:45-5:30pm 
Live Archiving at Are.na
5:30-6:15pm 
Devin Kenny, Rites Network, Angus Tarnawsky at Mathew NYC
6:15-6:30pm 
Sean Monahan at Bamboo Garden
6:30-6:45pm 
Manolis Lemos at Seward Educational Campus
6:45-7pm 
Tayyib Ali at Whooden Collective
7-8pm 
Shigeko Kubota at Emily Harvey Foundation

Exhibition overview
199 E. 3rd St.
December 1-7, 2018
Constant Dullaart

Are.na
244 Canal St.
December 1, 2018
Live Archiving

The Bamboo Garden
5 Essex St.
December 1-2, 2018
Sean Monahan

The Camera Club
126 Baxter St.
December 1-7, 2018
Analisa Teachworth

Emily Harvey Foundation
537 Broadway #2
December 1-7, 2018
Shigeko Kubota, with exhibition design by Marlous Borm
Co-curated by Agustin Schang

MATHEW NYC
46 Canal St.
December 1-7, 2018
Devin Kenny, Rites Network, and Angus Tarnawsky, with exhibition design by Koos Breen and Jeannette Slütter

Rhizome at ON CANAL
322B Canal St.
December 1-7, 2018
JODI

Seward Park Educational Center
350 Grand St.
December 1, 2018
Manolis Lemos

Spring Mart Bodega
202 Mott St.
December 1-2, 2018
Naïmé Perette

Whooden Collective
119a Hester St.
December 1-2, 2018
Tayyib Ali

Screen Spaces will be archived live, broadcasted, documented and shared by research and technology partner Are.na.

For the Record series
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.

Curator Screen Spaces
Vere van Gool

Overall Research and Curation For the Record series
Marina Otero Verzier, Director of Research, Het Nieuwe Instituut
Katía Truijen, Senior Researcher, Het Nieuwe Instituut

Artistic and General Director Het Nieuwe Instituut
Guus Beumer

Graphic Design
Koos Breen

Curatorial Assistant
Emma Macdonald

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