Jaime Davidovich: “Outreach 1974–1984” at Threewalls

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“Jaime Davidovich: Outreach 1974–1984”
Opening Reception: Jaime Davidovich and Latham Zearfoss
Friday 01/23/2015, 6-9 PM at Threewalls
119 N. Peoria, #2C, Chicago, IL 60607

“Join us in the gallery for an opening reception for Jaime Davidovich: Outreach 1974-1984, the first solo exhibition in Chicago of video and television works by the pioneering Argentine artist Jaime Davidovich, curated by Daniel Quiles. The exhibition examines the dynamic ten-year period in which Davidovich transitioned from formalist experiments with installation and video to the production of public-access cable television programs.

In the Project Room, as part of Threewalls’ SOLO exhibition program, Chicago-based artist Latham Zearfoss has created an immersive sound installation titled Yes x 1000. A layered, echoing series of recordings of the word “yes,” his piece explores rituals of affirmation, addresses ways in which interconnected online platforms create realms of easy approval and validation, while also sometimes–paradoxically–reinforcing isolation.”

Meeting : Clemens Reinecke, Conor Backman, Israel Lund, Travess Smalley and Jochen Plogsties

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Info-Punkt is pleased to announce the release of
Meeting : Clemens Reinecke, Conor Backman, Israel Lund, Travess Smalley and Jochen Plogsties, interviewed by Hendrik Niefeld, accompanied with a text by Alison Hugill.

Download .the publication here.

Seven Signs that Mean Silence by Sara Magenheimer

Seven Signs that Mean Silence
Sara Magenheimer, USA, 2013, 11 min, video, color, sound

A cryptic conversation between two computer voices anchors the fragmented structure of Sara Megenheimer’s Seven Signs that Mean Silence; it’s an experimental mnemonic device of video poetry that seemingly draws inspiration from contemporary culture, digital art, and surrealist theory.