Photo 19 Aug 7 notes Project Logo by David Tartakover
David Tartakover is an Israeli artist/graphic designer, based in Tel Aviv.

Project Logo by David Tartakover

David Tartakover is an Israeli artist/graphic designer, based in Tel Aviv.

Video 19 Aug 1 note
Conversation with curator Hou Hanru - Nir Evron

שיחה עם האוצר נודע הו הנרו - ניר עברון
Video 19 Aug
Conversation with curator Hou Hanru - Hou Hanru
שיחה עם האוצר הנודע - הו הנרו
Video 19 Aug

Over Time - A public Hearing - Third Session

שעות נוספות, שימוע ציבורי - מושב שלישי

Video 19 Aug 1 note

Conversation with curator Hou Hanru - Miki Kratsman

שיחה עם האוצר הנודע הו הנרו - מיקי קרצמן

Video 19 Aug 1 note

Conversation with curator Hou Hanru - Mich’ael Zupraner

דיון בהשתתפות האוצר הנודע הו הנרו - מיכאל זופרנר

Video 19 Aug

Overtime – A Public Hearing - Tahel Frsoh

שעות נוספות, שימוע ציבורי - תהל פרוש

Video 19 Aug

Over Time - A Public Hearing - Second Session

שעות נוספות, שימוע ציבורי - מושב שני

Video 19 Aug

Overtime – A Public Hearing - First Session

שעות נוספות, שימוע ציבורי - מושב ראשון

Video 12 Jun

Exile by Dora Garcia

Dora Garcia is calling her project “Exile.” The installation presents nine tables set up in a single gallery, which will hold documents and objects that she and various collaborators will mail to the museum during the two months of the exhibition. These will include letters, clippings from newspapers and other publications, photographs, and possibly found objects. These mailings in various ways will consider the idea of the exile as a guest in a land moved to out of need and not necessarily out of desire, creating a complex relationship with the host. Ideas about physical separation will also be central to her exhibition. There will also be a whiteboard in the space on which will be written various topics and quotes sent by Garcia. Suzanne Landau, director and chief curator of the Tel Aviv Museum, will curate these objects as they arrive, so that the display will change continually.

Also part of the project will be the publication of a book of letters by the Italian artist Aldo Piromalli, who lived in exile from his native city of Rome for decades. Piromalli was a central figure in Garcia’s exhibition, “The Inadequate,” for the Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2011. Garcia’s collaborators for the project include Michal Bar-Or, Giulia Girardello, Alma Itzhaky, Luciana Kaplun, Mattia Pellegrini, Aldo Piromalli

Photo 7 Jun Moshe Dayan and the Pace of Time.
General Moshe Dayan visits the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Joshua Simon - "Overtime – A public Hearing"
11 June 2013 16:00-19:00
The event is free and open to the public. 
Please RSVP - overtime.rsvp@gmail.com
Conceptualized by curator Joshua Simon, “Overtime” is a a three-hour event that will be staged as a dramatic tribunal. The main participants will be Asma Aghbarieh-Zahalka, Tahel Frosh, Daphni Leef, Yotam Marom, Haggai Matar, Iris Meyer, Caleb Waldorf, and Noam Yuran.

Moshe Dayan and the Pace of Time.

General Moshe Dayan visits the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Joshua Simon - "Overtime – A public Hearing"

11 June 2013 16:00-19:00

The event is free and open to the public.

Please RSVP - overtime.rsvp@gmail.com

Conceptualized by curator Joshua Simon, “Overtime” is a a three-hour event that will be staged as a dramatic tribunal. The main participants will be Asma Aghbarieh-Zahalka, Tahel Frosh, Daphni Leef, Yotam Marom, Haggai Matar, Iris Meyer, Caleb Waldorf, and Noam Yuran.

Photo 5 Jun Tomorrow 20pm at the Tel Aviv Museum -
 
 
Curator Hou Hanrou will run a workshop together with artists Nir Evron, Miki Kartsman, Mich’ael Zupraner
 
Entrance is Free
Host & Guest
 
Nir Evron, In Virgin Land, 2006, production still, black and white negative
 
Tomorrow 20pm at the Tel Aviv Museum -
 
Curator Hou Hanrou will run a workshop together with artists Nir Evron, Miki Kartsman, Mich’ael Zupraner
 
Entrance is Free
Host & Guest
 
Nir Evron, In Virgin Land, 2006, production still, black and white negative

 

Photo 5 Jun 42 notes algopop:

“In a world of free information, the economy will start to shrink as automation rises radically. This is because in an ultra-automated economy, there won’t be much to trade other than information.” 
Computer scientist and writer Jaron Lanier writing for the BBC.

algopop:

In a world of free information, the economy will start to shrink as automation rises radically. This is because in an ultra-automated economy, there won’t be much to trade other than information.” 

Computer scientist and writer Jaron Lanier writing for the BBC.

via #algopop.
Link 5 Jun Jaron Lanier: The Internet destroyed the middle class»
Link 5 Jun Francesco FINIZIO » Index of works » Documents D'Artistes Bretagne»
Francesco Finizio, How I Went In & Out of Business for Seven Days
and Seven Nights, 2008
For one week in September 2008, Francesco Finizio occupied the ACDC
Gallery in Bordeaux, France. During this time, he employed the space to
create as many different businesses as he could imagine, “opening” and then “closing” each business one after the other, using primarily scrap materials found on the premises and in the vicinity. The images here are taken from the slide projection that makes up the central element of the completed work.
How I Went In & Out of Business for Seven Days and Seven Nights, 2008
chipboard, plastic crates and basins, blankets, wood shipping palettes,
coffee, coffee machine, Blanc de Meudon, detergent. 
Projected slideshow loop of 99 images of gallery installation, including parking lot, miniature golf, sex business, art gallery, hotel, coffee shop, laundry, and room for rent.
Collection FRAC Bretagne.

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