[rohrpost] Videoshow in Southampton/New York
agricola-w at netcologne.de
Don Jul 14 14:28:20 CEST 2005
Hampton Hall, 230 Elm Street, Southampton, NY.
Friday July 15th - Sunday July 17th, 2005
For Immediate Release
That Uncomfortable Place Between Beginning and Ending
20 Contemporary Artists from 15 Countries
Curated By Lee Wells / IFAC
A subtle cinematic analysis on life and death.
A place where dreams were never meant to become true, but did slightly.
An adventure where all hope is not lost, its just hidden from plain sight.
The world already possesses the dream of a time whose consciousness it must now possess in order to actually live it. Time, as Hegel showed, is the necessary alienation, the environment where the subject realizes himself by losing himself, where he becomes other in order to become truly himself. -Guy Dubord
Margarida Paiva (Portugal), Agricola de Cologne (Germany), Sheila and Nicholas Pye (Canada), Mary Mattingly (US), Jerelyn Hanrahan (US), Jeanne Susplusas (France), Jillian McDonald (Canada), Laurent Montaron (France), Nils Nova (Switzerland), Constant Dullaart & Anne de Vries (Netherlands), Ned and Shiva Productions (US), Cecilie Dahl (Norway), Alexander Reyna (US), Critical Art Ensemble (US), Jason Archer-Paul Beck (US), Dick Tuinder (Netherlands), Miroslaw Rogala (Poland), Gautam Kansara (US), Ariadna Capasso (Argentina), Marten Winters (Netherlands), Andrea Ackerman (US)
Agricola de Cologne (Cologne, Germany)
Timo Mank (Ameland, Netherlands)
Ed Marszewski (Chicago, US)
Trong Nquyen (New York, US)
Melissa Schubeck (Brooklyn, US)
[NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||cologne, Archipel.tv, Park4D.tv, Joymore.org, Lumpen.org, Arthijack.com, Bbone9, IFAC-arts, Barbara Gilman Gallery (Miami), Solar Gallery (East Hampton), Agro/Glickman STEP(1) (New York), Lincart (San Francisco)
Lee Wells, born in 1971 is an artist and curator currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York.
In 1995, he co-founded IFAC in Chicago Illinois as an alternative exhibition and installation space for young and emerging artists. Before moving to New York City in 2000, through IFAC, he hosted and curated over thirty events. Currently he is co-curating a project called TransVoyeur for the 2006 Liverpool Biennial in addition to organizing public art projects in Manhattan and Brooklyn. (http://www.leewells.org )
-scopeHamptons, Friday, July 15 through Sunday, July 17, 2005. -scopeHamptons will launch at Hampton Hall, 230 Elm Street, just steps away from the Southampton LIRR train station and will be serviced daily from NYC by Hampton Luxury Liner. Fair hours are daily from 12pm to 8pm. Admission is $10 and catalogs are $5 each. (For complete schedule and map, please go to www.scope-art.com)
For more information in reference to this release please contact:
Lee Wells @ 917 723 2524. or lee at leewells.org or 462 Broadway, suite 540, New York, NY 10013