Category: New Media

Sarah Bernstein (USA)

  I am interested in creating a series of objects and videos related to my recent exploration of Japanese Butoh Dance and the way in which this dance form conveys a specific yet abstracted story through hyper-realized emotional expression. I plan to fashion a series of symbolic objects, small collages and simple costumes to weave into several autobiographical dances that […]

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Sal Cooper (Australia)

Fugue for Lost Voices All that I’ve lived I have forgotten…All that I might be I don’t remember – Fernando Pesso This work concerns ideas of flight, escape, memory and dissociation. It has developed from a consideration of the Fugue as a musical form, and has led to an exploration of the condition of dissociative […]

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Nick Reale (USA)

In the fall of 2014, I was conducting research on New York City’s fresh water supply system and it’s newest addition: Water Tunnel No. 3.“New” is a loose term; it’s been under construction for forty years, and in that time it has chewed up everything in its path from the region’s dense Fordham gneiss to […]

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Bankleer (Germany)

meltdown Multiply crises keep us in suspense: financial crisis, wars, global warming and diseases put us in a diffuse nervous condition with no orientation. The media flood our perceptions with complex, rapidly changing information, which we can not bring into relation with ourselves. A sense of a state of emergency is spreading in our present. The […]

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