Daniel Barrow (Canada), Simone Bergantini (Italy), Alberto Borea (Peru), Tatjana Busch (Germany), Stefano Cagol (Italy), Ana Čigon (Slovenia), Ben Dierckx (Belgium), Anindita Dutta (India), FOS (Denmark), Chia-Wei Hsu (Taiwan), Rodrigo Imaz (Mexico), Carlos Irijalba (Spain), Claudia Kapp (Germany), Iris Kensmil (The Netherlands), Mie Olise (Denmark), Krüger & Pardeller (Austria), Lars Laumann (Norway), Edgar Leciejewski (Germany), Sang Hyun Lee (South Korea), Richard Lewer (New Zealand), Traude Linhardt (Germany), Ho-Jang Liu (Taiwan), Federico Maddalozzo (Italy), Monika Marklinger (Sweden), Renzo Martens (The Netherlands), Judy Millar (New Zealand), MIOON (South Korea), Yoshihito Mizuuchi (Japan), Maryam Najd (Belgium), Rose Nolan (Australia), Nika Oblak & Primoz Novak (Slovenia), Valerio Rocco Orlando (Italy), Gaël Peltier (France), Seung-Wook Sim (South Korea), Irena Sladoje (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Silke Trekel (Germany), Claudia Ulisses (Portugal)
A special, 15th anniversary edition of Open Studios, this ten-day event celebrates the work of the 41 artists and artist groups currently in residence at ISCP with daily screenings.
Additionally, the public is invited to STUDIO B-LAST a three-part project organized by independent curator Sandra Skurvida evolving around the encounters that take place in a specific time – studio time. A studio visit offers a possibility to experience artwork – or a performance of work by an artist. The first part of the project consists of an ongoing exhibition in ISCP’s gallery spaces where invited artist Clifford Owens will collaborate with ISCP residents to create new performances, informed by his earlier series ‘Studio Visits’ and ‘Photographs with an Audience’. Finally, STUDIO B-LAST is hosting a roundtable conference that is free and open to the public with Claudia Canizzaro, Ana Paula Cohen, Clifford Owens, and Jovana Stokic.
Friday, May 7
Valerio Rocco Orlando, Nendorf (The Damaged Piano), 2008, 2-channel video installation, 10.32 min.
Tuesday, May 11
Sang Hyun Lee , Symphony No. 9 Dream Wonder in Peach Blossom Paradise (2009), 13 min.
Irena Sladoje, Home, 2010, 2.11 min.
Lars Laumann, Morrissey Foretelling the Death of Diana, 2006, 15 min.
Anindita Dutta, Limitation II, 2005, 3.31 min.
Wednesday, May 12
Valerio Rocco Orlando, EVA, 2004, 7.34 min.
Ana Cigon, Discovery Beyond The Transparency, 2009, 3.40 min.
Nika Oblak & Primoz Novak, Shund, 2008, 3 min.
Chia-Wei Hsu, March 14, Hong Kong Coliseum, 2009, 8 min.
Gaël Peltier, pre-, 2003, 11 min.
Thursday, May 13
Carlos Irijalba, Twilight, 2008, 13 min.
Claudia Ulisses, Utopia, Mod. 273/99, 1999, 4.26 min.
Ben Dierkcx, Eyestroll 2, 2008 – ongoing, 10 min.
Mie Olise, Into The Pyramid, Inhabiting Abandoned Spaces, 2008, 5.48 min.
ISCP thanks the following contributors for their generous support:
American Australian Association, NYC; Austrian Cultural Forum, NYC; Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, NYC; Consulate General of the Netherlands, NYC; Cultural Services of the French Embassy, NYC; Duvel, Inc, NYC; Embassy of Australia, DC; Italian Cultural Institute, NYC; Honorary Consulate of Sweden, NYC; John Wm. Macy’s CheeseSticks, NJ; Korean Cultural Service, NYC; Mexican Cultural Institute, NYC; Netherlands Consulate General, NYC; New Zealand Consulate General, NYC; Royal Danish Consulate General, NYC; Taipei Cultural Center, NYC; The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; Tom Cat Bakery, Inc., NYC; Les Trois Petits Cochons, Inc., NYC; William Talbott Hillman Foundation, PA