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April 18, 2013

April & May

Michel Auder and Andrew Neel, The Feature, 2008. Still from video, 177 minutes.

To whom it may concern:

We are pleased to inform you that the Palestinian Museum of Natural History and Humankind at e-flux has been extended through April 25th. Read the New York Times review by Holland Cotter here.

On Friday, April 26th at 7pm we will screen The Feature—a fictional biography based on the life of video artist Michel Auder as told by co-directors Auder and Andrew Neel. Auder’s video work is a boundless library gathered from 40 years of experience. It is wholly unique in the history of the moving image. Read more here.

If you are in Tokyo on Thursday, May 2nd, the film Notes for a time/bank will be presented at the Eye of Gyre gallery, as part of the exhibition Money after Money.

Meanwhile, at MoMA on Friday, May 3rd, Julieta Aranda will speak on time/bank, time/food, and time in general at the Contemporary Art Forum. Read more here.

And on Tuesday, May 14th, from 6–8pm at e-flux, Carlos Motta will moderate a public discussion around the current issue of e-flux journal, which he guest edited, with contributions by Gregg Bordowitz, Ryan Conrad and Sarah Schulman, Antke Engel and Renate Lorenz, Malik Gaines, Jack Halberstam, Nathan Lee, Miguel A. López, Beatriz Preciado, Virginia Solomon, and Greg Youmans. Read more here.

Finally, on May 11th, join us for the opening of first New York solo exhibition of Rossella Biscotti. Entitled The Trial, the exhibition takes the Autonomia trials of 1982–1984 as its point of departure. More about this soon…

We hope to see you,

Sincerely,
e-flux

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