Skowhegan Two-Channel Video Festival

Celebration: Sunday, January 6, 2019, 2-7PM

Openings: Mondays 5-8PM

Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10AM-5PM 

By Appointment: mail@skowheganart.org

Skowhegan NY  •  136 W. 22nd Street, New York, NY


Almost three years ago, the Skowhegan Alliance identified the lack of opportunities to exhibit multi-channel video works. It is a hard medium to accommodate: two-channel works are never fully realized in a traditional film screening, but a proper installation can require a skillset ranging from programming to pipe sawing.  

After an immeasurable amount of dedication, labor, and optimism from the project’s organizer Gregory Kalliche (A ’15), advising from other Alliance members, critical support from staff Chris Carroll (A ’08), and patience from the participating artists, we have something to show you: four weeks of two-channel video art, in three different configurations, from 23 artists.


 

Festival program

 
WEEK 1 :  CORNER

WEEK 1: CORNER

WEEK 3:   SIDE BY SIDE

WEEK 3: SIDE BY SIDE

Week 1

Sunday January 6 - Friday January 11

Jaye Rhee (A ’09), Polka Dots 
Ana María Gómez López (A ’15), On Taphonomy 
Mary Vettise (A ’12), A reality with forms 
Lorena Mal (A ’16), Invisible Structures 
Jonathan Ehrenberg (A ’11), Monument

 

Week 3

Monday January 21 - Friday January 25

Itziar Barrio (A ’12), Mirroring Basic Instinct 
Alan Segal (A ’15), Internacia Lingvo 
Shana Hoehn (A ’13), Boggy Creek Version 2 
Seline Baumgartner (A ’14), Nothing Else 
Bryan Zanisnik (A ’08), Aquarium Painting 
Lex Brown (A ’12), Projection Affection 
Cooper Holoweski (A ’09), As Above, So Below

WEEK 2:   FACING

WEEK 2: FACING

WEEK 4:   SIDE BY SIDE

WEEK 4: SIDE BY SIDE

Week 2

Monday January 14 - Friday January 18

Elizabeth M. Webb (A ’18), CONVERSE, CONVERSE 
James R. Southard (A ’12), Father’s Flag Part A & B 
Tricia McLaughlin (A ’92), Disposable Heroes 
Josefina Malmegård (A ’16), Heavenly bodies. 
Jessica Segall (A ’10), (un)common intimacy 
Sharon Paz (A ’01), HOMESICK

 

Week 4

Monday January 28 - Friday February 1

Richard T. Walker (A ’09), the predicament of always (as it is) 
Kerry Downey (A ’17) and Joanna Seitz, Weather Report 
Angela Willetts (A ’16), Escape Raft 
Orr Menirom (A ’16), Clinton and Sanders Looking at the World and Naming Things for the First Time 
Holli McEntegart (A ’14), Beyond the ultraviolet, beyond the infrared 
Jennifer Calivas (A ’16) and Dan Swindel, Sides

 

Skowhegan Interview Project

Alumni joined in conversation, interrogating practice and process 

The Skowhegan Interview Project constructs an environment for participants to candidly discuss their work in their own words, creating a unique dialogue centered around artmaking. The Interview Project adds an interpersonal layer to the Skowhegan archive, and will be accessible through our library and online. We hope you are excited to watch this endeavor take shape with the intervention of our alumni community. 

Personals

Small Objects 4 Large Table

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Presenting gestures sized for the space of senses and placed in the realm of conversation, Personals is a show of small sculptural works installed together on four large tables. The 99 exhibiting artists span 65 Skowhegan alumni years, 3 continents, 6 countries, and 19 states. They are joined here in an installation that is inherently about making room for others and connecting with one’s peers.
 

Personals was curated by the Skowhegan Alliance Small Objects Committee: Barb Smith (A '12), Gabriela Salazar (A '11), and Sarah Mattes (A '15).

 

Skowhegan New York Program Space 
136 W. 22nd Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10011

Open Hours:
Monday - Friday, 10AM - 5PM and by  appointment.
(Monday, May 29, 2–5PM)


The exhibition has been extended to June 15, 2017, closing reception from 6–8PM

 

Exhibition map.

Exhibition map.

Personals installation.

Personals installation.

ARTISTS EXHIBITED

Alejandro Acierto (A '14)
Matt Ager (A '11)
Rick Albee (A '02)
Ramón Alcoléa (A '84)
Betsy Alwin (A '01)
Trevor Amery (A '13)
JD Beltran (A '98)
Doug Bosch (A '91)
Matt Brett (A '14)
Sara Bright (A '10)
Teresa Booth Brown (A '88)
Mike Calway-Fagen (A '11)
Carlos Castro (A '10)
Lili Chin (A '10)
Eun Woo Cho (A '08)
Peter Dudek (A '78)
Chris Duncan (A '75, '78)
Jonathan Ehrenberg (A '11)
Catherine Fairbanks (A '11)
Gordon Fearey (A '73)
Robert Flynt (A '74, '76)
Judy Fox (A '76)
Winslow Funaki (A '16)
Mary Louise Geering (A '92)
Cadence Giersbach (A '95)
Alex Goss (A '14)
Sophie Grant (A '15)
Mark Haddon (A '91)
Julia Haft-Candell (A '16)
Bang Geul Han (A '07)
Dave Hardy (A '04)
Jane Fox Hipple (A '09)
Audrey Hope (A '14)
Sarah Hotchkiss (A '10)
Joanne Howard (A '84)
Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford (A '11)
Ginny Huo (A '15)
Christina Hutchings (A '77) 
Kristian Blomstroem Johansson (A '13)
Lois Johnson (A '96)
Andrew Ellis Johnson (A '99)
Matt Kennedy (A '10)
Baseera Khan (A '14) 
Marcia Kure (A '12)
Gary, LaPointe (A '13)
Tim Lewis (A '98)
Peter Lipsitt (A '61) 
Laura Lobdell (A '99) 
Gregg Louis (A '09)
Jennifer Macdonald (A '05) 

MaryKate Maher (A '08)
Jason Manley (A '04)
Christopher Manzione (A '12) 
Sarah Mattes (A '15)
James Maurelle (A '15) 
Colin McMullan d/b/a Emcee C.M., Master of None (A '07) 
Nancy Modlin Katz (A '78)
Bridget Mullen (A '16)
Julie Nagle (A '10)
Monika Napier (A '93) 
Jann Nunn (A '91)
Erik Patton (A '15) 
Jonathan Peck (A '10) 
Benjamin Pederson (A '13)
Anna Queen (A '15)
Birgit Rathsmann (A '04)
Macon Reed (A '16) 
Matt Rich (A '10)
Kari Kaplan Rives (A '82)
Andrew Ross (A '11) 
Christy Rupp (A '74, '92 F)
Naomi Safran-Hon (A '12)
Gabriela Salazar (A '11)
Annesofie Sandal (A '15)
Vabianna Santos (A '13)
Cathy Sarkowsky (A '93)
Renata Manasse Schwebel (A '51)
Matt Shalzi (A '16)
Zoe Sheehan Saldana (A '00)
Kate Shepherd (A '90)
Rudy Shepherd (A '00)
Gina Siepel (A '08)
Barb Smith (A '12)
Jessica Snow (A '92)
Edra Soto (A '00)
James Southard (A '12) 
Susanna Starr (A '85)
Draga Susanj (A '02)
Millette Tapiador (A '98)
Steed Taylor (A '97)
The Estate of Larry Warshaw (A '57, '58) 
Elizabeth Tubergen & Erica Wessmann (A '15)
Robert Wechsler (A '06)
Steven Weiss (A '76)
Erica Wessmann (A '15)
Andrew Wilhelm (A '98)
Lynne Yamamoto (A '96)
John Zappas (A '12)
Monika Zarzeczna (A '06)

PERSONALS OPENING


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