Praxis

Alison Jackson

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Alison  Jackson  is  a  contemporary  artist  who  explores  the  cult  of  celebrity – an   extraordinary   phenomenon   of   our   age   made   possible   by   the   wide  availability of photographic images in film, press, TV, internet and the interest in publicity. Jackson makes convincingly realistic work about celebrities doing  things in private using lookalikes. Likeness becomes real and fantasy touches on the believable. She creates scenarios we have all imagined but never seen – the hot images the media can’t get. Jackson  raises …read more

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Neil Goldberg

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Neil Goldberg makes video, photo, mixed media and performance work that focuses on embodiment, mortality and the everyday. He’s exhibited this work at venues including The Museum of Modern Art (permanent collection), The New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, The Hammer Museum, The Museum of the City of New York, The Kitchen, The Pacific Film Archive, NGBK Kunsthalle Berlin, and El Centro de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, among others. His work has received support from the Guggenheim Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Lower…read more

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Declan Clarke

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Declan Clarke is an artist and filmmaker. He studied at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, and the Chelsea College of Art and Design, London. In 2002/03 he was awarded the PS1MOMA International Residency Program by The Arts Council of Ireland.  Recent solo exhibitions include I Wanted to Share My Lover’s Fate, Farbvision, Berlin; Declan Clarke: Recent Film Work, Torrence Art Museum, Los Angeles, USA; The Hopeless End of a Great Dream, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Belfast Exposed, Belfast, and the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris; Geist Trilogie, Tromsø…read more

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Andreja Kulunčić

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Andreja Kulunčić’s art practice is based on exploration of new models of sociability and communication situations, an interest for socially engaged themes, confrontation with different audiences, and collaboration on collective projects. She sets up her own interdisciplinary networks, seeing artistic work as a research, process of cooperation and self-organization. She often asks the audience actively to participate and “finish” the work. Some of Kulunčić’s frequent subjects are correlations between economy, transition, feminism and racism. Art is understood as research, by which research results are no longer primary, but are rather…read more

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George H. Waterman III

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George H. Waterman  III.  Waterman graduated from Harvard College where he studied Art History. He was on the first board of directors of the Dia Art Foundation. He has been a member of the Harvard Overseers Committee to Visit the Art Museums, the Collection Committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Library Committee of The Museum of Modern Art. He has been a trustee of the Archives of American Art and the Rhode Island School of Design. For most of the last 40 years, he has been and continues to be a member of the Museum Committee…read more

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Felicia

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Felicia Rice collaborates with visual artists, performing artists and writers to create artists’ books in which word and image meet and merge. She employs traditional typography and bookmaking methods in conjunction with digital technology, bringing the flexibility of screen-based design to the texture and history of the letterpress-printed page. Work from the Press has been included in exhibitions and collections both nationally and internationally, from AIGA Annual Book Shows in New York and Frankfurt to the Victoria & Albert Museum. Moving Parts Press has been the recipient of numerous awards…read more

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Jenny Marketou

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Jenny Marketou born and raised in Athens ,Greece is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist, art educator , author and activist.After graduating with a Bachelors Degree   in Comparative Greek and English Literature at the Greek Kapodistrian University in Athens she moved to New York in 1986 to study art. She is a graduate from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn where she created an interdisciplinary degree working in video, photography ,socially engaged projects and critical thinking and where she received a Master in Fine Arts. Her thesis project is a published book titled…read more

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Stephanie Taylor

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Stephanie Taylor is a sound and visual artist based in Los Angeles. Her books include The Stephanie Taylor Kong Boos (MAK Press, 2016), The Stephanie Taylor Songbook (Ood Press, 2010), and Chop Shop (Les Figues Press, 2007). She has exhibited and performed her work internationally, including at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, West Hollywood (2016, 2011); the Generali Foundation, Vienna (2007) and the Royal College of Art, London. She received an M.F.A. from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena in 2000, and a BA from Oberlin College in…read more

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Kathryn Kramer

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In addition to the memoir Missing History, Kathryn Kramer is the author of the novels A Handbook for Visitors from Outer Space, Rattlesnake Farming, and Sweet Water, and co-author of a language textbook, Welcome to Vermont: English for Working and Living. She is currently completing a book about a village in Vermont entitled The Rise and Fall of the Republic of West Delphi. She lives in Vermont and teaches at Middlebury College. Original Post: http://museumofnonvisibleart.com/interviews/kathryn-kramer/

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Interview with Edward Hirsch

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The Non-Visible Museum project, hosted by Yale University radio interviews the Poet and President of The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Click here to read more and listen.

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