2008 Exhibition, WAYFINDING
Curated by EJ Lightman, Anne O'Callaghan and Orest Tataryn
In Zu zelten, zu baden, Feuer zu machen, Sebastian Burdach juxtaposes long Steadicam imagery of German landscape with text fragments from Germany's environmental protection law.
Allison s. Kobayashi, part of the next generation of video artists, uses the Tree Museum site as a staging, a prop for a video project called Women of the Future.
Darlene Naponse is an Ojibway woman from Atikameksheng - Whitefish Lake First Nation in Northern Ontario, Canada. She is a writer, director, producer and poet. She is an independent filmmaker creating 'Rez-Style' films.
Up on the rocks, we wander like shipwrecked sailors. There is something spooky about this solid-liquid, a deceitful quality that conjures up shapes and shadows.
To interactive artist David Rokeby surveillance has been a fascination aspect of human-computer interfaces. In previous works Rokeby established surveillance environments that monitored people and their movements, and then projected them in a public space/gallery.
The medium with which Tataryn has concentrated his visual art practice over the last twenty years is coloured light, with a particular emphasis on the crafting of neon tube illumination.
Follow the road that leads to a sanctuary of civilized urban living. As one of the founders of New Remote organizing global projects focusing specifically on the issue of communication, Willems confronts Wayfinding head on with History of a Time to Come a work that addresses urbanization and all of its social and political implications.