Inverso Mundus at ELEKTRA FestivalPsychosis PremiereInverso Mundus at Rencontres InternationalesDisturbanceNordArt 2017unREAL. The Algorithmic PresentDying well – False deathKino der KunstInverso Mundus at Rencontres InternationalesFeast of Trimalchio: Site-specific installation on Sunset BlvdImaginary AsiaNADA New York, 2017Please come back. The world as a prison?Bric-a-brac: The Jumble of Growththe real-fake.org.2.0The Last Gaze: Postmortem Portrait in Contemporary PhotographyL’arte differente: MOCAK al MAXXIAES+F at Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016TRANSFER: DownloadIFSAK 24: Istanbul Photography DaysArtist Talk at Centre PompidouCinema Time ExhibitionMigratory Interdisciplinary Grid 21AES+F. Inverso Mundus at Mobius galleryPsychosis at Electrotheatre StanislavskyAES+F Talk "weird" for Creative Mornings MoscowKollektsia! Soviet and Russian contemporary art from 1950-2000 in the collection of the Centre PompidouAES+F: Inverso Mundus at Galeria Senda, BarcelonaAES+F: INVERSO MUNDUSInverso Mundus and First Rider at NordArt 2016Psychosis – production at Stanislavsky ElectrotheatreInverso Mundus at Platonov Festival 2016ForeverMöglichkeit Mensch2050. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FUTUREAES+F. INVERSO MUNDUSBALAGAN!!!!001 INVERSO MUNDUS. AES+FINVERSO MUNDUS, WOMEN'S LABORAES+F IS AWARDED THE PINO PASCALI 2015 PRIZETHE TRILOGY PLUS2050. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FUTURESCREEN PLAY: LIFE IN AN ANIMATED WORLDNORDART 20156th SWISS TRIENNIAL FESTIVAL OF SCULPTUREARTS FESTIVAL OF NORTH NORWAY 2015: "OCEANIC FEELINGS"DEATH AND BEAUTY. THE CONTEMPORARY GOTHIC IN ART AND VISUAL CULTUREPOST POP: EAST MEETS WESTRUSSIA-SWITZERLAND

SCREEN PLAY: LIFE IN AN ANIMATED WORLD

June 18th - September 11th, 2015 / Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Animation permeates twenty-first century culture; from movies and television to videogames and advertising, it fills virtually all of the screens ubiquitous in contemporary life. Screen Play: Life in an Animated World is the first exhibition devoted exclusively to examining the work of contemporary artists who use the techniques, technologies, and tropes of animation as tools in their practices. This unprecedented exhibition gathers together almost fifty captivating film, video, and immersive installations created during the past twenty-five years by more than three dozen artists from nearly twenty nations, filling the galleries of the 1905 Building and its Sculpture Court as well as the Gallery for New Media and the Auditorium.

 

Featured Artists:
AES+F, Haluk Akakçe, Chiho Aoshima, Cory Arcangel, Marco Brambilla, Cao Fei, Paul Chan, Ian Cheng, Martha Colburn, Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg, Cécile B. Evans, Kota Ezawa, Harun Farocki, Rokni Haerizadeh, Camille Henrot, Pierre Huyghe, William Kentridge, Oliver Laric, Charles Lavoie, Lee Lee Nam, Tala Madani, Helen Marten, Miao Xiaochun, Joshua Mosley, Takashi Murakami, Jacco Olivier, Julian Opie, Jon Rafman, Tabor Robak, Jason Salavon, Jacolby Satterwhite, Allison Schulnik, Shahzia Sikander, Jennifer Steinkamp, Ryan Trecartin, Peter Wächtler, Young hae Chang Heavy Industries, Zhang Xiaotao.

 

This exhibition is conceived by Deputy Director Joe Lin-Hill and curated by Lin-Hill, Curator Cathleen Chaffee, and Godin-Spaulding Curator & Curator for the Collection Holly E. Hughes, with support from Curatorial Assistant Laura Brill.
This exhibition has been made possible, in part, through the generous support of The John R. Oishei Foundation and The Margaret L. Wendt Foundation.
Equipment and technical support provided by Advantage TI.

 

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