Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search

 

Jessica Bronson Lecture

DON'T MISS THE LECTURE BY VISITING L.A. VIDEO ARTIST JESSICA BRONSON

MONDAY 18 DECEMBER at 6PM, AUCKLAND ART GALLERY AUDITORIUM

PRESENTED BY ARTSPACE AND THE AUCKLAND ART GALLERY

Since October, Los Angeles-based artist Jessica Bronson has been artist in residence at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery. You may recall her work from recent New Zealand exhibitions Span and Drive. Bronson is currently showing three recent projects at the Govett - a small infinite, recollection of a small infinite: 01:03:36:11, and Panamint Tilt. All employ landscape as a means to explore her five key concerns: space, time, movement, technology and subjectivity. Bronson uses mirror imagery, image reversal and image multiplication to prompt us to reconsider ideas of landscape. In addition to the aesthetics of moving image abstraction, she is interested in the notion of "the real" and its precarious position in our increasingly mediated world.

Panamint Tilt uses immersive vertiginous panoramic projections of the Panamint Mountain Range in Death Valley, California. Here Bronson's exploration of landscape and the technological sublime is assisted by a soundtrack reminiscent of Hollywood B-movie sound effects. These eerie, yet humorous, sounds enhance the mirage-like quality of the warped horizon lines and allude to both old myths of the Western frontier and new myths of alien abductions.

Jessica Bronson was born in Minot, North Dakota, United States in 1963. She holds a Master of Fine Art from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California and a Bachelor of Science, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her work has featured in group exhibitions at major art galleries and museums in the United States, Europe and Asia, and her extensive solo exhibition history includes world picture, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in 1998 and Red Line, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin in 1996. She is currently exhibiting at the Centre Pompidou, Paris.

____________________________

DECEMBER AT ARTSPACE

LECTURE: JESSICA BRONSON - visiting L.A. video installation artist, Monday 18 December at 6pm, Auckland Art Gallery auditorium, in conjunction with Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tamaki, with support from the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery.

Our exhibition programme has finished for the year. We reopen in February with a project by Merylyn Tweedie. ____________________________

JOIN ARTSPACE: Artspace supports development in contemporary art. You can be part of our work by becoming a member. Members receive invitations to all exhibitions and events, discount admissions to paying events, the right to vote in elections of new trustees, the right to stand as for election as a trustee, and free copies of Artspace publications. Membership comes in two categories: Ordinary, $30/$20 unwaged per annum; and Corporate $250 per annum. Corporate members enjoy special benefits including the opportunity to use Artspace for entertaining evening per year. If you are interested in joining Artspace, simply email us with your address and we will invoice you. ____________________________

ARTSPACE staff: Robert Leonard (director) and Sonya Korohina (administrator) trustees: John McCormack (chair), Paul Cullen, Derrick Cherrie, Steve Davies, Dominic Feuchs, Howard Grieve, Anna Miles, Monique Redmond, Francesca Rudkin and William Somerville.

hours: Tuesday - Friday 10-6 / Saturday 11-4 street address: 300 Karangahape Road, Newton, Auckland, New Zealand postal address: PO Box 68 418, Auckland, New Zealand phone: (64-9) 303 4965 fax: (64-9) 366 1842 e mail: artspace@artspace.org.nz website: http://www.artspace.org.nz

Artspace is a charitable trust whose mission is to present cutting edge contemporary art. Artspace receives major funding from Creative New Zealand.


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 

2021: NZ To Host Women’s Rugby World Cup

New Zealand’s successful bid to host the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup will raise the profile of the game locally and provide a valuable economic boost for the game, Minister for Sport and Recreation Grant Robertson says. More>>

ALSO:

Max Rashbrooke Review: Mahler 7 - NZSO

Gustav Mahler’s Seventh Symphony may be one of the least well-known of its ilk, but Edo de Waart and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra made a compelling case for a reassessment. They showed us a work of immense variety, surprising contrast and delicate shades of light and dark. More>>

Howard Davis Review: Strange Overtones - David Byrne's American Utopia Tour

Scotch-born singer-songwriter David Byrne starts each show on his latest world tour stroking a pink brain as he sits alone at a table in a gray three-button Kenzo suit singing a song called Here from his latest album American Utopia. More>>

Governor-General's Speech: Armistice Day 100 Years On

The response was more muted amongst our soldiers at the Front. Many received the news quietly... There was no cheering. The chaps didn’t get excited. It was just a matter of relief. We didn’t celebrate at all. More>>

ALSO:

Auckland Fringe Programme: A Celebration Of The Bizarre And Beautiful

Building on a huge 2018 programme that saw 492 creatives take 81 events for ventures around the city for a total of 347 performances, Auckland Fringe returns this summer, running February 19 – March 3, 2019. More>>

 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • CULTURE
  • HEALTH
  • EDUCATION
 
 
  • Wellington
  • Christchurch
  • Auckland