ISCP Talk
September 15, 2020, 4–5pm

Artists at Work with Caroline Garcia: Chroma-key Cannibalism on Instagram Live

In this Instagram Live, ISCP resident Caroline Garcia will speak about what she calls chroma-key cannibalism. Meeting via a live-streamed green screen video feed from the ISCP studios, Arts Residency Manager Alison Kuo will interview Garcia about her latest research and theories, which combine study of the indigenous practice of headhunting with new media to explore the complexities of loss, grief, and diasporic privilege. 

Caroline Garcia is an interdisciplinary artist working across live performance and video through a hybridized aesthetic of cross-cultural dance, ritual practice, and new media. Her work often comprises of performance and video installations that traverse a highly personalized aggregation of distinct systems that encompass live-green screening, botany, robotics, poetry, and virtual reality. Her most recent body of work serves to function as a reparative measure to contend with personal loss and the diasporic and post-colonial grief that accompanies it.

Tune in through this link, here.

This program is supported, in part, by Dr. K. David G. Edwards & Margery Edwards Charitable Giving Fund; Hartfield Foundation; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; Shelly & Donald Rubin Foundation; Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF); and VIA Art Fund.

4–5pm

Participating Residents

Current and Upcoming Events & Exhibitions

Event
September 10, 2020, 6:30–7:15 PM

Celebrate the Studio: A Virtual Event for ISCP's 2020 Benefit Auction

Join the International Studio & Curatorial Program on Thursday, September 10, 2020, from 6:30-7:15 PM EST on Zoom for a virtual event for the 2020 Benefit Auction with guest of honor Martine Gutierrez.

Celebrate the Studio will feature:

– Remarks by Martine Gutierrez, with an introduction by DonChristian Jones

– Auction highlights with Sarah Krueger of Phillips

– Screening of Danilo Correale’s 1001 Ways to Live Without Working (after Tuli Kupferberg)

– Guest appearances by Moko Fukuyama and Bárbara Perea Legorreta

– Auction artwork inspired Zoom backgrounds by Cristina Gómez. Download your Zoom background here!

– Participatory performance by Annabel Daou, where do you come from?

RSVP is required here.

Download the Celebrate the Studio FAQ here.

The ISCP 2020 Benefit Auction runs from August 27 – September 11, 2020, powered by Artsy. Registration to bid on artworks opens on Artsy on August 27.

  • Bidding opened August 27, 2020, 12 PM EST
  • Bidding closes September 11, 2020, 1 PM EST

Click here to browse and bid on artworks.

This year’s auction features over 50 works by ISCP’s international alumni and supporters, with a range of pieces by emerging, mid-career, and world-renowned artists from around the world.

Since 1994, ISCP has welcomed over 1,500 residents from 85 countries to its residency program, offering a platform for the creative development and exchange between artists and curators. In a time where creative practice and critical dialogue are more important than ever, help support ISCP’s mission to build and sustain a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners and diverse audiences.  

Thanks to the generosity of our artists and donors, all proceeds from the auction will go directly towards funding ISCP’s 2020 residency programs. 

Participating artists include:

Josef Albers, Rina Banerjee, Keren Benbenisty*, Élan Cadiz, Arianna Carossa*, Mary Cassatt, Sung Ho Choi, Amanda Church, Fernando Colón-González, Cecelia Condit, Esperanza Cortés, Peter Drake, Conrad Egyir*, İnci Furni*, Gauri Gill, Liu Guosong (Liu Kuo-Sung), Shilpa Gupta, Amir Hariri, Pablo Helguera, Thiago Honório*, AKI INOMATA*, Stine Marie Jacobsen*, John Kørner*, Joseph Kosuth, Shelagh Keeley, Tina Lechner*, Cary Leibowitz, David X Levine, Stephen Maine, Nadja Verena Marcin*, Amanda Means, Sean Mellyn, John L. Moore, Warren Muller, Harry Orlyk, Eung Ho Park, Dana Robinson, Carlos Rosales-Silva, James Rosenquist, Hasani Sahlehe, Ward Shelley, Paul Shore, Adam Parker Smith, Jack D. Teemer, Jr., Richard Tsao, Martha Tuttle and Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Carrie Mae Weems, and Terry Winters.

*ISCP Alumni

The 2020 ISCP Benefit Committee

Patricia L. Brundage and Billy Copley; Yng-Ru Chen and Devin Gordon; Caitlin Crews; Cristina Gómez and Andrew Knapik; Karyn Ginsberg-Greenwald; Kristin Heming; Karen Karp; Judge Khanna; Jeffrey Lee; Amanda and Peter Low; Courtney J. Martin; John L. Moore; Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi; Susan Reynolds; Sophie O. Riese (Chair) and Ian Muñoz; Mary Ryan; Melisa Sabancı Tapan; Julia Speed; Naomi Firestone-Teeter and Adam Teeter; Mimi Thompson; Larry Warsh; Octavio Zaya; and Yvonne Zhou.

Generous donations to the auction have been made by the artists as well as Art Projects International, New York; Patricia L. Brundage; Johnson Chang; Yng-Ru Chen; Edition Copenhagen; Dennis Elliott; Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong; High Noon Gallery, New York; Kristin Henning; James Rosenquist Estate; JHB Gallery, New York; Karen Karp; Susan Laney; Laney Contemporary Fine Art, Savannah, Georgia; Linda Warren Projects, Chicago; MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY, Tokyo; Courtney J. Martin; John L. Moore; Pace Prints, New York; Pierogi Gallery, New York; Susan Reynolds; Sophie O. Riese; Mimi Thompson; Michelle Tillou; Ulterior Gallery, New York; Victoria Miro Gallery, New York; Marjorie Welish; and Arthur Zegelbone.

ISCP is extremely grateful to Danilo Correale, Annabel Daou, Moko Fukuyama, Cristina Gómez, Martine Gutierrez, DonChristian Jones, Lucy Lydon, Sarah Krueger of Phillips, and Bárbara Perea Legorreta for their support of the auction.

Martine Gutierrez’s residency at ISCP in 2016-17 was generously supported by The New York Community Trust’s Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund and RYAN LEE Gallery, New York.

Can’t attend? Donate to support ISCP here.

Current and Upcoming Events & Exhibitions

Event
August 27–September 11, 2020

2020 ISCP Benefit Auction

Bidding opened Thursday, August 27, 12pm EST
Bidding closes Friday, September 11, 1pm EST

The International Studio & Curatorial Program 2020 Benefit Auction powered by Artsy features over 50 works by ISCP’s international alumni and supporters, with a range of pieces by emerging, mid-career, and world-renowned artists from around the world.

Click here to browse and bid on artworks.

Registration is now open!

Participating artists include:

Josef Albers, Rina Banerjee, Keren Benbenisty*, Élan Cadiz, Arianna Carossa*, Mary Cassatt, Sung Ho Choi, Amanda Church, Fernando Colón-González, Cecelia Condit, Esperanza Cortés, Peter Drake, Conrad Egyir*, İnci Furni*, Gauri Gill, Liu Guosong (Liu Kuo-Sung), Shilpa Gupta, Amir Hariri, Pablo Helguera, Thiago Honório*, AKI INOMATA*, Stine Marie Jacobsen*, John Kørner*, Joseph Kosuth, Shelagh Keeley, Tina Lechner*, Cary Leibowitz, David X Levine, Stephen Maine, Nadja Verena Marcin*, Amanda Means, Sean Mellyn, John L. Moore, Warren Muller, Harry Orlyk, Eung Ho Park, Dana Robinson, Carlos Rosales-Silva, James Rosenquist, Hasani Sahlehe, Ward Shelley, Paul Shore, Adam Parker Smith, Jack D. Teemer, Jr., Richard Tsao, Martha Tuttle and Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Carrie Mae Weems, and Terry Winters.

*ISCP Alumni

Since 1994, ISCP has welcomed over 1,500 residents from 85 countries to its residency program, offering a platform for the creative development and exchange between artists and curators. In a time where creative practice and critical dialogue are more important than ever, help support ISCP’s mission to build and sustain a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners and diverse audiences.

Thanks to the generosity of our artists and donors, all proceeds from the 2020 ISCP Benefit Auction will fund ISCP residency programs.

Join ISCP on Thursday, September 10, 2020, from 6:30-7:15 PM EST on Zoom for a virtual event for the 2020 Benefit Auction with guest of honor Martine Gutierrez. Click here for the event program.

RSVP is required here. With your RSVP, please send one line by email to wheredoyoucomefrom@iscp-nyc.org in response to the question: where do you come from?

The line should describe an aspect of the place you’re from without using any proper nouns. It will be integrated anonymously into a performance by Annabel Daou that will take place during the event. Details and further instructions will be sent in the confirmation email.

Download the Celebrate the Studio FAQ here.

The 2020 ISCP Benefit Committee

Patricia L. Brundage and Billy Copley; Yng-Ru Chen and Devin Gordon; Caitlin Crews; Cristina Gómez and Andrew Knapik; Karyn Ginsberg-Greenwald; Kristin Heming; Karen Karp; Judge Khanna; Jeffrey Lee; Amanda and Peter Low; Courtney J. Martin; John L. Moore; Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi; Susan Reynolds; Sophie O. Riese (Chair) and Ian Muñoz; Mary Ryan; Melisa Sabancı Tapan; Julia Speed; Naomi Firestone-Teeter and Adam Teeter; Mimi Thompson; Larry Warsh; Octavio Zaya; and Yvonne Zhou.

Generous donations to the auction have been made by the artists as well as Art Projects International, New York; Patricia L. Brundage; Johnson Chang; Yng-Ru Chen; Edition Copenhagen; Dennis Elliott; Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong; High Noon Gallery, New York; Kristin Henning; James Rosenquist Estate; JHB Gallery, New York; Karen Karp; Susan Laney; Laney Contemporary Fine Art, Savannah, Georgia; Linda Warren Projects, Chicago; MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY, Tokyo; Courtney J. Martin; John L. Moore; Pace Prints, New York; Pierogi Gallery, New York; Sophie O. Riese; Mimi Thompson; Ulterior Gallery, New York; Victoria Miro Gallery, New York; Marjorie Welish; and Arthur Zegelbone.

ISCP is extremely grateful to Danilo Correale, Annabel Daou, Moko Fukuyama, Cristina Gómez, Martine Gutierrez, DonChristian Jones, Lucy Lydon, Sarah Krueger of Phillips, and Bárbara Perea Legorreta for their support of the auction.

Martine Gutierrez’s residency at ISCP in 2016-17 was generously supported by The New York Community Trust’s Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund and RYAN LEE Gallery, New York.

Can’t attend? Donate to support ISCP here.

Current and Upcoming Events & Exhibitions