Summer Group Show
15/08/2013 - 15/09/2013
Domain Gallery is pleased to present Tropical GIF,
a summer collective exhibition celebrating the Graphic Interchange Format organized by Manuel Fernández.
For this show, every artist has been invited to select a favorite gif from their own production archive.
Anthony Antonellis, Carlos Sáez, Chris Timms, Claudia Maté, Emilie Gervais, Emilio Gomariz, Francoise Gamma, Giselle Zatonyl, Jasper Elings, Jennifer Chan, JK Keller, Kim Asendorf, Leanne Eisen, Lorna Mills, Manuel Fernández, Paul Flannery, Rollin Leonard, V5MT, Yoshi Sodeoka.
Opening: 15 August. 20:00h.
Just like Andy Warhol interpreted and celebrated the iconic Perrier bottle in his unique style, we thought it would be interesting to see how modern artists would interpret and celebrate Warhol and his work using a uniquely modern technique: the animated GIF.
Warhol was known to share his fascination with technology and was an early adopter of computers for creativity so I'm fairly sure he would have been an advocate of the animated GIF. His fondness for repetition could also serve as evidence for this hypothesis.
With that in mind we asked some of today's most talented GIF artists to pay tribute to Warhol on their chosen format. Here they present a personal representation of what Warhol, his art and his legacy means to them personally.
TRANSFER Gallery is pleased to present a closing reception event curated by the artist, Lorna Mills ::: join us as we bid farewell to her solo exhibition 'The Axis of Something'
::: CLUSTERFUCK ZOO ::: Saturday, July 13th ::: 7-11PM :::
Curated by Lorna Mills
"Clusterfuck Zoo”, an evening of animated GIF projections and alcohol, will focus on animal otherness, charismatic mega-fauna fights and cross-species romance (always the romance). Are Unicorns animals? (yes) Does road-kill count (yes)
Featuring beastly GIFs from: Alma Alloro, Anthony Antonellis, LaTurbo Avedon, Andrew Benson, Max Capacity, Jon Cates, Gaby Cepeda, Jennifer Chan, Jesse Darling, Theodore Darst, Leanne Eisen, Christina Entcheva, Manuel Fernández, Paul Flannery, Dafna Ganani, Carla Gannis, Emilio Gomariz, Alexandra Gorczynski, Lilly Handley, Adam Harms, Kevin Heckart, Mattie Hillock, Faith Holland, Georges Jacotey, Nicole Killian, Hyo Myoung Kim, Rollin Leonard, Michael Manning, Claudia Maté, Sally McKay, Rosa Menkman, Rea McNamara & Tony Halmos, A Bill Miller, Rich Oglesby, Esteban Ottaso, Eva Papamargariti, Niko Princen, Dylan Romer, Carlos Sáez, Alfredo Salazar–Caro, Travess Smalley, Miyö Van Stenis, Tristan Stevens, Yoshi Sodeoka, Daniel Temkin, Carolyn Tripp, Rodell Warner, Angela Washko, Sarah Weiss, V5MT, Matthew Williamson and Giselle Zantonyl
CLOSING RECEPTION 7-11PM (LATE) ::: HOT GIFS + COLD DRINKS ALL NITE ::: LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE SHOW
////////////////////////// ////About the Exhibition :::
The Axis of Something
through July 13th, 2013
Lorna Mill’s solo exhibition at TRANSFER features a new body of work that beguiles with surface and color. Her recent series of digital prints – glazed and neatly tiled into large-scale compositions – has grown to epic proportions for this show. In ‘The Axis of Something’ Lorna pairs her prints with a selection of GIFs, creating an animated experience of sublime beauty not to be missed.
////////////////////////// /////About the Artist :::
Canadian artist, LORNA MILLS has actively exhibited her work in both solo and group exhibitions since the early 1990's, both in Canada and Internationally. Her practice has included obsessive Ilfochrome printing, obsessive painting, obsessive super 8 film & video, and obsessive on-line animated GIFs incorporated into restrained off-line installation work.
She has also co-curated monthly group animated GIF projections with Rea McNamara for the “Sheroes” performance series in Toronto, a group GIF projection event “When Analog Was Periodical” in Berlin co-curated with Anthony Antonellis, and a touring four person GIF installation, “:::Zip The Bright:::” that originated at Trinity Square Video in Toronto, with artists Sara Ludy, Nicolas Sassoon and Rick Silva.
More info: http:// transfergallery.com/ exhibitions/2013/06/ lorna-mills/
Contact: directors@transfergallery. com
I did a visual interview with NNM.Studio Lima, check it out here: http://www.noname-magazine.com/anthony-antonellis
NNM.Visual.Interviews (Experimental Approach)
NNM.Studio will call the artist to his/her cell phone every 30-45 minutes (random time laps) as a call to action during one hole day. The interviewed artist will take a picture of his/her environment or the situation in which he/she is or can take a”snapshot” of their computer screen each time he/she is called by NNM.Studio. (The answer, photo or snapshot, must be taken immediately after NNM’s call, regardless of the situation in which the interviewed artist is at that time). This response to the call must be emailed to NNM.Studio right after it has been taken. The artist may include an explanation text and may or may not appear in the images taken. This NNM.Project aims to interact with the interviewee’s daily life, keeping his daily comfort and pace of life without having to enter in a “interview” context. The idea is to capture the different moments / situations that are part of the respondent’s life and try to draw a “map of his/her day.”
See more at: http://www.noname-magazine.com/visual-interviews