Visiting Artist: Sarah Rosalena Balbuena- Brady
Friday, December 11, 2020 at 4pm. Join us here: https://ccny.zoom.us/j/99241916622
Here is a bit more about Sarah:
Sarah Rosalena Balbuena-Brady is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher based in Los Angeles. Her work deconstructs technology with material interventions, creating new narratives for hybrid objects that speak on issues such as AI, aerospace technologies, and decolonial posthumanism. Hybrids function between human/nonhuman, ancient/future, handmade/autonomous to override power structures rooted in colonialism. They collapse binaries and borders, creating new epistemologies between Earth and Space. She is Assistant Professor of Art at UC Santa Barbara in Computational Craft and Haptic Media. She was recently given the LACMA Art + Tech Lab Grant, the Steve Wilson Award from Leonardo, the International Society for Art, Sciences, and Technology, and the Craft Futures Grant from Center for Craft. Her research focuses on Indigenous scholarship and mentorship in STEAM, she is multiracial Huichol and Laguna Pueblo. She has shown work at places such as the de Young Museum, Navel, New Wight Gallery, Ars Electronica, SOMArts Cultural Center, and Gray Area Art and Technology.
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THIS WEEKEND, a situation-specific performance by MFA DIAP (’22) GOODW.Y.N, “Ain’t I a Woman (?!)”.
The event will take place in-person at Smack Mellon as part of “Bound up Together: On the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment”, curated by Rachel Gugelberger.
“Ain’t I a Woman (?/!), honoring the stories of invisibilized women on whose backs the women’s suffrage movement was built, and who dedicated their lives to the struggle for the freedom and inclusion denied them. The performance this Sunday has no defined beginning or end, and as such, visitors are welcome to come by for any portion of the time that the artist will be performing.”
“Ain’t I a Woman (?/!)”
A Performance by GOODW.Y.N
Sunday, November 8, 2-6 PM
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Join us on Oct 27th for “Here goes the neighborhood”, an event part of CUNY Dance Initiative at Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture. The program includes a dance film featuring Alethea Pace (MFA DIAP ’22) and Richard Rivera.
“Reimagined for an online platform, ‘Here goes the neighborhood’ is an offering to the Bronx, a glimpse into memories of a place faced with forgetting, erasure, transformation and possibility. It is an invitation to reclaim space and a reminder of the wealth of knowledge we have in our bodies, histories and communities. Performed by Alethea Pace and Richard Rivera with appearances by Arthur Aviles, Rodrick Bell, Malcolm-x Betts, Joan Bradford, Alexander Diaz, Ana “Rokafella” Garcia and Nic Kay.”
FREE ONLINE EVENT: Tuesday, Oct 27, 7:00 p.m. (EDT)
More info about the event: https://www.hostos.cuny.edu/…/…/CUNYdance/Alethea_Pace.shtml
on-line exhibition/performance of my latest digital and interdisciplinary arts installation “Spiral Slope.”
It will take place at my home gallery, “Haven on Hudson” at 7PM on Tuesday May 12th 2020 via Zoom
I look forward to your attendance and discussion afterward.
DIAP MFA Current Student:
Brick Shoemaker (MFA 2018) is a part SHED, a group of four artist who received one of the Queen’s Council on the Art’s Artist Commissioning Program Grants for 2017-2018. As part of the grant’s fulfillment they are hosting a public studio showing in their work space in Elmhurst, Queens on Sunday, February 25th from 1-3PM. Drinks and snacks and art on display and all are welcome.
SHED Open Studio
February 25th 1-3PM
88-10 Whitney, Ave, Basement (Floor B)
Elmhurst, NY 11373
DIAP MFA Recent Graduate:
Priyanka Dasgupta & Chad Marshall’s installation considers the current plight of American immigration, by revisiting the paths that Blacks and early twentieth century Bengali sailors took to the United States, through the holds of slave ships and steamship boiler rooms. “The New Colossus”—the sonnet by Emma Lazarus engraved on the Statue of Liberty base—echoes through the installation: translated into Yoruba and Bengali, and set to traditional music by the artists’ collaborators Moses Mabayoje and Monjula Datta.
Tyler Coburn‘s one seat from Ergonomic Futures installed for long-term use at Centre Pompidou, Paris (gallery 10), NaturallySpeaking in “Open Codes,” ZKM, Karlsruhe, “Walkthrough,” a restaging of Revital Cohen and Tuur van Balen’s exhibition at Brakke Grond — opening January 7th, 4pm, “The Unfinished Object,” an expanded talk at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds — January 10th, 6pm, I’m that angel in After Effects, curated by Laurel Ptak, Center for Contemporary Art Estonia, December 9th. Excerpt from I’m that angel published in Visions of the Now (Sternberg Press), Waste Management discussed in “From Trash to Waste: On Art’s Media Geology” by Yvonne Volkart Schmidt, Texte Zur Kunst #108
DIAP faculty João Enxuto and Erica Love were awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Artist Fellowship in Digital/Electronic Arts and a Creative Capital Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for their Contemporary.Institute. They too participated with Tyler Coburn in After Effects, curated by Laurel Ptak, Center for Contemporary Art Estonia, December 9th.
Tyler Coburn, João Enxuto and Erica Love will be screening their work for After Effects at Anthology Film Archive on Thursday March 1, 2018 from 7.30pm to 11.30pm. All are invited to attend!