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2011 Festival Events Schedule

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Wed 02/16/2011 - Sun 06/05/2011

Francis Al˙s: The Moment Where Sculpture Happens is presented in conjunction with the Davis’s recent acquisition of a major triptych by Al˙s entitled Cityscape (1996-97). The exhibition features the Belgian-born artist’s subtle performances and extended documentation of life in the congested colonial center of his adopted home of Mexico City. The multimedia installation, specifically designed for the Freedman Gallery by t [...]

Fri 04/22/2011 - Tue 05/31/2011

Howard Yezerski Gallery is pleased to present "Jim Campbell: Recent Works." An exciting new body of work by multimedia artist Jim Campbell combines traditional media, such as video, with LED lights to create interactive yet timeless works, which provoke the viewer to ask questions about the perceived reality of the light, time, and space they are confronted with in each of his creations. Jim Campbell was born in Chicag [...]

Fri 04/22/2011 - Sun 05/08/2011

Manifest.AR is an international artists collective working with emergent forms of augmented reality as interventionist public art. The group sees this medium as a way of transforming public space and institutions by installing virtual objects and artworks, which respond to and overlay the configuration of located physical meaning. Utilizing this technology as artwork is an entirely new proposition and explores all that we [...]

Thu 04/28/2011 - Wed 05/25/2011

Move Me, curated by Heidi Kayser, presents the sculpture of Chris Fitch, Arthur Ganson, Tom Haney, Steve Hollinger and Erica Von Schilgen, The works explore the intimate, poetic drama created as electricity, clockworks or human interaction physically “moves” kinetic sculpture but also emotionally “moves” an observer. Ranging from the clandestine use of mechanics and electronics to the intentionally obvious revelation of t [...]

Fri 04/22/2011 - Tue 05/24/2011

Experience the occupation of Boston’s Greenway Park by virtual alien invaders. Occupation Forces is an augmented reality art project that allows the public to experience the invasion of the public space around them by aliens. These invaders can only be seen with the use of a smart phone, equipping with a special alien detection app. Otherwise, the invasion takes place undetected by an unsuspecting population. The project [...]

Wed 05/04/2011 - Sat 05/28/2011

Photo: drawing by Nell Breyer, "A dance in Sol LeWitt's 'Bars of Color Within Squares (MIT)'" 2010 Multiple video projections of A Dance in Sol LeWitt’s “Bars of Color Within Squares (MIT),” explores motion, color and depth perception through aerial perspectives on clustered and spontaneous movement. A Dance in Sol LeWitt’s “Bars of Color Within Squares (MIT)” was a performance project staged on LeWitt’s polychrome te [...]

Wed 04/27/2011 - Wed 05/11/2011

This extraordinary collection early German video art, part two of a much larger project, includes numerous discoveries which, for the most part, have no longer been available for viewing for decades. Many of the more than 40 videos had to undergo elaborate restoration before they could be played at all. The project, supported by the German Federal Cultural Foundation, aims to save, maintain, and mediate the cultural herit [...]

Wed 05/04/2011 - Sun 06/05/2011

Human beings are biologically programmed to evolve – to become ‘Smarter, Faster, Higher’. Technology has given us new tools with which to accomplish this end. We can potentially increase our mental capacity by simply opening a laptop. However, as far as we may seem to have come from our roots in the natural world, technology mirrors nature in the way it evolves using replication. Artist Elizabeth Keithline, in collaborati [...]


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