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  • MIT List Visual Arts Center | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    The List Connect Quick Links Visit About Publications Support Subscribe MIT List Visual Arts Center Rosa Barba The Color Out of Space Through January 3 2016 Hayden Reference Galleries 10 Dec Student Event Slow Looking Art Workshop Rosa Barba s works encompassing sculptures installations text pieces and publications are grounded in the material qualities of cinema Her film sculptures examine the physical properties of the projector celluloid and projected light Barba s longer projected works are situated between experimental documentary and fictional narrative and are indeterminately situated in the past or the future These speculative stories probe into the relationship of historical record personal anecdote and filmic representation View Details Upcoming List Projects Ann Hirsch January 5 2016 February 21 2016 14 Jan IAP Event Art and Lunch with Ann Hirsch Ann Hirsch s work in video and performance considers the effects of technology on popular culture many of her projects examine how young women are portrayed and present themselves in social media and online More details Upcoming Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige I Must First Apologize February 19 2016 April 17 2016 The culmination of a major project by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige this exhibition presents a body of work that looks at the history of online spam and scamming through film sculpture photography and installation More details Upcoming List Projects Narrative Color April 19 2016 May 22 2016 List Projects Narrative Color considers the relationship between color and narrative in a small selection of artists films and videos made since 1970 The works contents and structures are diverse ranging from investigations into capital and ideology in postwar Germany to Hollywood melodrama and contemporary fashion More Details MIT List Visual Arts Center 30th Anniversary Our 30th anniversary season includes Rosa Barba s first U S museum solo exhibition

    Original URL path: http://listart.mit.edu/ (2015-12-04)
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  • Current + Upcoming Exhibitions | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    archive of past exhibitions at The List Public Art Map Collections Events Programs Upcoming Events 2015 Art Basel Miami Beach Travel with the List to Art Basel Miami Beach December 2 5 2015 Student Event Slow Looking Art Workshop December 10 2015 6 00PM 7 00PM Past Events Explore our vast archive of past events at The List Connect Quick Links Visit About Publications Support Subscribe Second Level Navigation Archive Abounaddara The Right to the Image Dean s Gallery Outer Sense Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy Mural Project Lawrence Weiner Current Upcoming Exhibitions Rosa Barba The Color Out of Space Oct 23 2015 Jan 3 2016 Hayden and Reference Galleries Rosa Barba The Color Out of Space Oct 23 2015 Jan 3 2016 List Projects Ann Hirsch Jan 5 2016 Feb 21 2016 Bakalar Gallery List Projects Ann Hirsch Jan 5 2016 Feb 21 2016 Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige I Must First Apologize Feb 19 2016 Apr 17 2016 Hayden and Reference Galleries Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige I Must First Apologize Feb 19 2016 Apr 17 2016 List Projects Narrative Color Apr 19 2016 May 22 2016 Bakalar Gallery List Projects Narrative Color Apr 19 2016 May 22 2016

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  • Rosa Barba: The Color Out of Space | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    Rosa Barba s works encompassing sculptures installations text pieces and publications are grounded in the material qualities of cinema Her film sculptures examine the physical properties of the projector celluloid and projected light Barba s longer projected works are situated between experimental documentary and fictional narrative and are indeterminately situated in the past or the future These speculative stories probe into the relationship of historical record personal anecdote and filmic representation For this first survey of her work in North America Barba premieres The Color Out of Space 2015 a new film incorporating images of stars and planets collected over the last year at Hirsch Observatory at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute The work expands upon Barba s ongoing interrogation of geological time as measured against the span of a human lifetime The exhibition includes works made over the last ten years including two of Barba s cinematic large projections which focus on natural landscapes and man made interventions into the environment as well as a group of small projector sculptures and wall works Video of u WKwxQ9XQw Rosa Barba b 1972 Sicily Italy lives and works in Berlin Barba studied at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam Solo exhibitions include Kunsthaus Zürich Switzerland Bergen Kunsthall Norway Jeu de Paume Paris and Kunstverein Braunschweig Germany among others She was a resident artist at Artpace San Antonio in 2014 and at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa in 2013 Rosa Barba The Color Out of Space is curated by Henriette Huldisch Curator MIT List Visual Arts Center Support for this exhibition has been generously provided by the Consulate General of Italy in Boston Goethe Institut Boston the Council for the Arts at MIT the Office of the Associate Provost at MIT Terry Rick Stone MIT

    Original URL path: http://listart.mit.edu/exhibitions/rosa-barba-color-out-space (2015-12-04)
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  • List Projects: Ann Hirsch | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    Abounaddara The Right to the Image Dean s Gallery Outer Sense Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy Mural Project Lawrence Weiner Bakalar Gallery List Projects Ann Hirsch Showing January 5 2016 February 21 2016 Bakalar Gallery Share this Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn Ann Hirsch s work in video and performance considers the effects of technology on popular culture many of her projects examine how young women are portrayed and present themselves in social media and online Hirsch who often characterizes her work as research has started a YouTube channel for one of her personas which gained a cult following appeared as a contestant on a reality television show and created a series of works loosely based on her pre teen experience in an online chat room in the 1990s The exhibition at the List Center will include three projects the artist s self described greatest hits Scandalishious 2008 2009 Here for You Or My Brief Love Affair with Frank Maresca 2010 and Twelve 2013 Ann Hirsch b 1985 Baltimore lives and works in Los Angeles Hirsch holds an MFA in Art Video from Syracuse University and a BFA in Sculpture from Washington University in St Louis Missouri Recent exhibitions and performances include MOCA Los Angeles Performa New York Goldsmith s College for South London Gallery London and the New Museum New York Hirsch was awarded a 2012 2013 commission for her two person play Playground which debuted at the New Museum as part of the Rhizome Commissions program and was recently awarded a 2014 WaveFarm Media Arts grant to continue producing this show List Projects Ann Hirsch is curated by Henriette Huldisch Curator MIT List Visual Arts Center Support for this exhibition has been generously provided by the Council for the Arts at MIT the Office of the Associate Provost at MIT

    Original URL path: http://listart.mit.edu/exhibitions/list-projects-ann-hirsch (2015-12-04)
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  • Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige: I Must First Apologize… | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    sculpture photography and installation Hadjithomas and Joreige have collected and archived a certain kind of spam e mail unsolicited messages from strangers since 1999 These are schemes rooted in historical confidence tricks such as The Spanish Prisoner which dates back to the sixteenth century Aimed at swindling the recipient into transferring money to alleviate various invented personal hardships collectively these e mail scams delineate a map of recent geopolitical conflict social unrest and economic upheaval Throughout this body of work Hadjithomas and Joreige probe into the structures of belief and storytelling they unfold a complex set of relationships marked by intimacy trust greed and desire all in relation to the internet and technology The exhibition charts a kind of narrative itinerary ranging from various works that present intimate correspondence between scammers and victims to so called trophy photographs extracted by vigilante scam baiters and several video works that feature real or fictional protagonists of scams including the major new installation The Rumor of the World 2014 Hadjithomas and Joreige both b 1969 Beirut Lebanon live and work in Beirut and Paris They have collaborated as filmmakers and artists since 1997 Their feature film Je Veux Voir I Want to See won Best Film of 2008 by the French Critics Guild Their photographs and installations have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions at Centre Pompidou Paris Musée d Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris Victoria Albert Museum London SF MoMA California and New Museum New York Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige I Must First Apologize is organized in collaboration with Villa Arson Nice France and HOME Manchester UK and is curated by Eric Mangion for Nice Omar Kholeif and Sarah Perks for Manchester and Henriette Huldisch Curator MIT List Visual Arts Center for Cambridge Support for this exhibition has

    Original URL path: http://listart.mit.edu/exhibitions/joana-hadjithomas-and-khalil-joreige-i-must-first-apologize%E2%80%A6 (2015-12-04)
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  • List Projects: Narrative Color | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    of past exhibitions at The List Public Art Map Collections Events Programs Upcoming Events 2015 Art Basel Miami Beach Travel with the List to Art Basel Miami Beach December 2 5 2015 Student Event Slow Looking Art Workshop December 10 2015 6 00PM 7 00PM Past Events Explore our vast archive of past events at The List Connect Quick Links Visit About Publications Support Subscribe Second Level Navigation Archive Abounaddara The Right to the Image Dean s Gallery Outer Sense Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy Mural Project Lawrence Weiner Bakalar Gallery List Projects Narrative Color Showing April 19 2016 May 22 2016 Bakalar Gallery Share this Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn List Projects Narrative Color considers the relationship between color and narrative in a small selection of artists films and videos made since 1970 The works contents and structures are diverse ranging from investigations into capital and ideology in postwar Germany to Hollywood melodrama and contemporary fashion However each work uses a non traditional narrative structure to present a sequence of events or actions for which color both informs and is informed by the respective work s narrative Furthermore speech spoken on screen or by an off screen narrator is fundamental to their treatments of color Significantly these attributes distinguish them from the legacy of artists films since the 1950s which largely treat color as something that exists independent of language The exhibition features KP Brehmer Bernadette Corporation Mareike Bernien and Kerstin Schroedinger Derek Jarman and Bruce and Norman Yonemoto List Projects Narrative Color is curated by Alise Upitis Assistant Curator Public Art and Exhibitions MIT List Visual Arts Center Support for this exhibition has been generously provided by the Council for the Arts at MIT the Office of the Associate Provost at MIT Terry Rick Stone MIT School of Architecture Planning

    Original URL path: http://listart.mit.edu/exhibitions/list-projects-narrative-color (2015-12-04)
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  • Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy Mural Project: Lawrence Weiner | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    Square Park across from South Station The latest mural reinvents the Greenway Wall experience by presenting Weiner one of the central figures of Conceptual Art Weiner s career spans over 50 years and includes fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim In 2008 Weiner created Dead Center a new installation for MIT s Ashdown House dormitory as part of MIT s Percent for Art Program which commissions art for each new major renovation or campus building project Learn more about MIT s public art collections here The List Center is delighted to bring Lawrence Weiner one of the central and pioneering figures of Conceptual Art to the Boston public said Paul C Ha Director of the MIT List Visual Arts Center As Lawrence Weiner has said about his work you are dealing with language something completely infinite Language because it is the most non objective thing we have ever developed in this world never stops We hope that the viewers in Boston take away their own individual reading of the mural after seeing it We also hope that viewers find the work poetic a challenge and that it inspires conversations between those who happen to meet on the green to view the artwork Arts and education programming included an opening celebration on September 24 welcoming Arts Ambassadors and the artist s participation as a panelist in the MIT List Center s Max Wasserman Forum on Contemporary Art which will take place at MIT on November 13 and 14 Weiner s participation in the forum is timely given that this year s program addresses issues related to public art About the Artist Lawrence Weiner born in 1942 in New York is considered to be one of the founding members of the Conceptual art movement of the late

    Original URL path: http://listart.mit.edu/exhibitions/rose-f-kennedy-greenway-conservancy-mural-project-lawrence-weiner (2015-12-04)
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  • Archive | MIT List Visual Arts Center
    Public Art Map Collections Events Programs Upcoming Events 2015 Art Basel Miami Beach Travel with the List to Art Basel Miami Beach December 2 5 2015 Student Event Slow Looking Art Workshop December 10 2015 6 00PM 7 00PM Past Events Explore our vast archive of past events at The List Connect Quick Links Visit About Publications Support Subscribe Second Level Navigation Archive Abounaddara The Right to the Image Dean s Gallery Outer Sense Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy Mural Project Lawrence Weiner Archive Year 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 Student Loan Art Program Exhibition and Lottery Sep 1 13 2015 List Projects Lina Viste Grønli Jul 28 2015 Oct 25 2015 Eva Koťátková Out of Sight May 22 2015 Jul 26 2015 Anicka Yi 6 070 430K of Digital Spit May 22 2015 Jul 26 2015 They Come to Us without a Word May 9 2015 Nov 22 2015 Joan Jonas Selected Films and Videos 1972 2005 Apr 7 2015 Jul 5 2015 Katrín Sigurdardóttir Drawing Apart Feb 13 2015 Apr 12 2015 List Projects Redmond Entwistle Jan 6 2015 Feb 15 2015 Open Tunings Oct 10 2014 Jan 4 2015 Thea Djordjadze Oct 10 2014 Jan 4 2015 Student Loan Art Program Exhibition and Lottery Aug 29 2014 Sep 7 2014 List Projects Sergei Tcherepnin Jul 15 2014 Oct 19 2014 9 Artists May 9 2014 Jul 13 2014 List Projects Pauline Curnier Jardin Mar 18 2014 May 18 2014 Sonia Almeida Forward Play Pause Feb 7 2014 Apr 6 2014 Hourly Directional Helen Mirra Ernst Karel Feb 7 2014 Apr 6 2014 Hans Op de Beeck Staging Silence 2 Feb 7 2014

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