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Tuesday 09.07.10

« ABSTRACT | Main | Laura Hughes at Appendix »

TBA:10 Visual Arts Picks

PICA Time Based Arts Festival 2010 TBA:10

In case you've been hiding under a rock: TBA:10 is (practically) here! PICA's 8th annual Time Based Arts Festival celebrates contemporary art in many of its glorious, sometimes time-based forms. Although the scope of TBA is much broader than PORT's focus, we like to chime in with some of the visual arts events/installations (and some cinema) that we're most excited about. Get the full schedule and ticketing information from PICA here. And since we've certainly left something out, remind us in the comments. On to our picks!

Note: Unless otherwise marked, everything is ongoing; see the links for specific date ranges and viewing hours.

THE WORKS Opening Night: THE WORKS at Washington High School is the hub for visual arts installations and late-night events. Opening night is free and features a live musical/visual performance, Japanther vs. Night Shade. 09.09, 10:30pm.

Nina Katchadourian's Sorted Books installed @ PNCA's Feldman Gallery

Anissa Mack's My Heart Wants More installed @ the lumber room; Mack was TBA:10's artist in residence

Storm Tharp's High House installed @ THE WORKS

Charles Atlas' Tornado Warning installed @ THE WORKS

Dan Gilsdorf's Diabolus in Musica in collaboration with Beati Chorum, performances @ THE WORKS 09.12 & 09.19 12-4pm

Dutes Miller & Stan Shellabarger's Untitled (Graves) installed @ THE WORKS

John Smith's The Girl Chewing Gum 1976 on view @ THE WORKS

Yemenwed, Episode 3, Bedroom w TV, and Woman Lays w Aide on view @ THE WORKS

The People's Biennial curated by Harrell Fletcher and Jens Hoffman installed @ THE WORKS

Shirin Neshat's Women Without Men, debut feature-length film by this photographer will be screened @ The Whitsell daily 09.09-09.14

Hard Edge, Hard Work curated by Stephanie Snyder, abstract film & video by women artists in conjunction with ABSTRACT at the Cooley screened @ The Whitsell 09.12, 09.15 & 09.16

Posted by Megan Driscoll on September 07, 2010 at 6:36 | Comments (1)


Storm Tharp was another of this year's artists-in-residence. He's been working out of Washington High School for the past month completing his installation.

And Dutes Miller & Stan Shellabarger's piece is a two-day performance, wherein the duo digs their own graves in the lawn of WHS on Saturday/Sunday, September 11/12. Stop by and see them in action.

Posted by: patrick [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 7, 2010 06:32 PM

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