Dalibor Martinis, Dalibor Martinis/1978 Talks to Dalibor Martinis/2010, colour, 13 min.
(video still). Image courtesy the artist.
DM/1978 Talks to DM/2010 is a time-travel / data recovery project with a 31 year span.
DM/1978 Talks to DM/2010 is a group show.
DM/1978 Talks to DM/2010 interrogates authorship and the circulation and dissemination of information.
DM/1978 Talks to DM/2010 considers how the movement of images and material through historic circumstance and time frame might assail notions of value, interpretation, currency and meaning.
The exhibition features Dalibor Martinis, Andrew Mealor, Yuri Pattison, Philomene Pirecki, Seth Price and Ben Schumacher.
Dalibor Martinis (b. 1947, lives and works in Zagreb), Selected Exhibitions: Mirror Image, Medical History Museum, Berlin, 2015, Nice International Short Film Festival, Nice, 2015, New Art For New Society, Contemporary Museum, Wroclaw, 2015, Experimental Cinema in Eastern Europe 1960-1990, BAM, New York, 2015, Conversations at the Edge, Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago, 2015, Personal Cuts, Carre dâ™art, Musee dâ™art moderne, Nimes, 2014, Experimental Cinema in East. Europe 1960-1990, National Gallery of Art, Washington, 2014, Update/Post Memory, Riesa efau-Kultur forum, Dresden, 2014, Dinner Party, performance, Gorgona Theatre/MSU Zagreb, 2013, T-HT award, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, 2013, Data Recovery (personal), Gallery MKC, Split, 2012, Experimental film and video from Croatia, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 2012, Triple Picture Show, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2012, Written in Water, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, 2012, Socialism&Modernity, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, 2012, Data Recovery 1974-2009 (personal), Gallery Vzigalica, Ljubljana, 2010, The Promises of The Past, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2010, D.M. Talks to D.M., TV performance, Drugi format/Croatian Television, 2010 /p>
Andrew Mealor, (b. 1982, lives and works in London) Selected Solo Exhibitions: SUBURBAN HALUCINATIONS, Watch It Gallery, London, 2015, DEAD FLOWERS, Fortress, London, 2014, Can I Say, Peles Empire, London 2010. Selected Group Exhibitions: Safety Deposit Box, Lockup International, Frankfurt, Germany, Co-curated by Celena Ohmer (Louis Eisner, Mathis Gasser, Emily Jones, Guy Lee, Hannah Lees, Andrew Mealor, Michael Ray-Von, Yuri Pattison, Hayley A. Silverman, Sydney Shen, Jasmin Werner, Bruno Zhu), 2016, DA DA DA, Peles Empire, London, 2014, Flora Fauna, Kinman Gallery, London, 2014, Home Thearter, Baro, Sao Paulo, 2013, Acid Pram, Corfu, London, 2013, Red Mansoin Art Prize, London, 2013, Original / Copy 1, Peles Empire, London, 2012, 3D 2D 3D 2D, Camberwell Space, London, 2011, Premiums 2011, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2011, Pretty Deep, Royal Standard, Liverpool, 2009, Meet Me Round The Corner In Five Minutes, Spike Island, Bristol, 2008, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, 2007.m>, New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, 2007.
Yuri Pattison (b. 1986, Dublin. Lives and works in London) Pattison is the current recipient of the Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency 2014-16 and will present a solo show at the gallery in July 2016. Selected Solo Exhibitions: Architectures of Credibility, Helga Maria Klosterfelde Edition, Berlin (2015); colocation, time displacement, Minibar, Stockholm; Free Traveller, Cell Projects, London (2014) and Polymer Placeholder Pin Drop, Project/Number, London (2012). Selected Group Exhibitions: Safety Deposit Box, Lockup International, Frankfurt; The Green Ray, Wilkinson Gallery, London; The Practice of Theories, Wysing Art Centre, Cambridge, UK; No Confidence, Perth International Arts Festival, Perth, Australia (2016); British Art Show 8, Hayward Touring, UK (2015-17); The Weight of Data, Tate Britain, London; Transparencies, Bielefelder Kunstverein & Kunstverein Nürnberg, Germany; Home Works 7, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut; The Future of Memory, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria; Morphing Overnight, Seventeen, London (2015); Snow Crash, Banner Repeater, London; Private Settings, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, Poland (2014); and Objectness, Outpost, Norwich, UK, (2013)
Philomene Pirecki, (b. Jersey, Channel Islands, lives and works in London) Selected Solo / 2 Person Exhibitions: Philomene Pirecki, Frame, Frieze New York, Supplement, 2015, Unosunove, Rome, Italy (2 person with Jamie Shovlin), 2014, In the Wake, Truth & Consequences, Geneva, Switzerland (2 person with Steve Bishop, curated by Julia Marchand), 2014, Frame, Fold, Fracture, Green on Red Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, 2013, Interiors, MOT International, Brussels, Belgium (2 person with Aukje Koks), 2012, Philomene Pirecki, Laure Genillard, London, 2011. Selected Group Exhibitions: Group exhibition (curated by Tobias Czudej ) PACE Gallery, London, 2015, Breaking Up is Hard to do, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, 2015, The Influence of Furniture on Love, Wysing Arts Centre, Bourn, Cambridge, 2014, Panda Sex, State of Concept, Athens, Greece (curated by Tom Morton), 2014, Matter and Memory, Alison Jacques Gallery, London, 2014. In 2013, Philomene Pirecki was shortlisted for the Max Mara Art Prize for Women and in 2007 founded Occasionals, a peripatetic curatorial platform for exhibitions, screenings, readings, performances & discussions.
Seth Price, (b. 1973, Lives and works in New York City), Selected Solo Exhibitions: Drawings: Studies for Works 2000-2015, Petzel Gallery, New York, 2015, Animation Studio, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, 2014, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin, 2014, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, 2013, Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York, 2013, Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, Bologna, 2009, Kunsthalle Zurich, Zurich, 2008, Koelnischerkunstverein Köln, 2008, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, 2008, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 2008, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (with Kelley Walker), 2007. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: Pandora’s Box, The Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris, 2016, Images, Fridericiaum, Kassel, 2016, Feeling in the Eyes, Tenderpixel, London, 2016, Use/User/Used, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2016, Painting 2.0: Expression in the Information Age, Museum Brandhorst, Munich Under The Clouds: From Paranoia to the Digital Sublime, curated by João Ribas, Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Porto, Portugal, 2015, Test Pattern, curated by Laura Phipps and Nicholas Robbins, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2013, The Universal Addressability of Dumb, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottinghamshire County, UK, 2013, Ghosts in the Machine, New Museum, New York, 2012, dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel, Germany, 2012, ILLUMinations, 54th Venice Biennale, Italy, 2011.
Ben Schumacher, (b. 1985, lives and works New York, NY) Selected Solo Exhibitions: New York City Farm Tower, Bortolami Gallery, New York, NY, 2015, Rebirth of the Bath House, Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon, France, 2014, Small Wing Buzz, Bed-Stuy Love Affair, New York, NY, 2014, Mr. Vector, Croy Nielsen, Berlin, Germany, 2013, DS+R and the bar at the Orangerie, Bortolami Gallery, New York, 2013, Tomorrow Gallery with Carlos Reyes, Toronto, Canada, 2013, Greek, with Hugh Scott Douglas, Croy Nielson, Berlin, Germany, 2012, 1867, 1881, 1981, with Elaine Cameron-Weir, Bodega, Philadelphia, PA, 2012, Short Stories, Sculpture Center, New York, NY, 2012 Reverse Boustrophedon, Tomorrow Gallery, Toronto, Canada, 2012. Selected Group Exhibitions: The boys the girls and the political, Curated by Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot, Lisson Gallery, London, UK, 2015, ‘City,’ William Arnold, New York, NY, 2015, One2 Collection, Palácio das Artes, Portugal, 2014, Samsonite, SWG3, curated by Jamie Kenyon and Neil Clements, Glasgow, UK, 2014 Coming to Reality, curated by Fionn Meade, Futura, SVIT, Prague, Czech Republic, 2014, Love of Technology, MOCA North Miami, curated by Alex Gartenfeld, Miami, FL, 2013 Day Before This Place, Tanya Leighton, Berlin, Germany, 2013, Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai, China, 2012, Claire Baily | Nicole Morris | Ben Schumacher, Curated by Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot, Laure Genillard, London, UK, 2012
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