VIDEO WALL // 2018

The Video Wall, located at the fair’s entrance, features rotating daily screenings of artist video works, including large-format works by booth artists as well as works by artists represented by exhibitors at VOLTA NY 2018. 

Plus video works from artists Tomashi Jackson, Christie Neptune, Devin N. Morris, and Zachary Richardson, in concert with The Aesthetics of Matter, curated by Mickalene Thomas and Racquel Chevremont.

SCHEDULE // 2018

TOMMY HARTUNG

The Lesser Key of Solomon

C24 Gallery / New York

8:00 min

 

 

VOLODYMYR KOHUT

Artificial Intelligence – Mimicry

Voloshyn Gallery / Kiev

2:50 min

 

 

DANA DAL BO

...Still in the Running Towards Becoming...

dc3 Art Projects / Edmonton

10:00 min

 

 

MARIA HUPFIELD

Pocket Full of Stars: Freestyle Variations

Accola Griefen Fine Art / Brooklyn

17:00min

 

 

TOMOYASU MURATA

A Branch of Pine Tied Up

Gallery MoMo / Tokyo

16:30 min

 

 

MARGARETHE DREXEL

Statement about Height, Depth and Circumstance

Chimento Contemporary / Los Angeles

11:45 min

TOMMY HARTUNG, C24 Gallery / New York
VOLODYMYR KOHUT, Voloshyn Gallery / Kiev
DANA DAL BO, dc3 Art Projects / Edmonton
MARIA HUPFIELD, Accola Griefen Fine Art / Brooklyn
TOMOYASU MURATA, Gallery MoMo / Tokyo
MARGARETHE DREXEL, Chimento Contemporary / Los Angeles

CURATED SECTION ARTISTS //

DEVIN N. MORRIS

No Card Playing On Sunday, 2017, 5:56 min

Something Like Initiation, 2015, 5:46 min

 

CHRISTIE NEPTUNE

She Fell From Normalcy, 2016, 7:37 min

 

TOMASHI JACKSON

Self Portrait: Tale of Two Michaels, 2014, 12:38 min

 

WITH KRISTA CLARK:

Interstate Love Song: Rule of the Rustics (Limited Value Exercise), 2017, 10:26 min

 

 

PROJECT FOR EMPTY SPACE (NEWARK) PRESENTS //

It is astonishing the lengths to which a person, or a people, will go in order to avoid a truthful mirror.

Featuring video works by artists Bang Geul Han, Melvin Harper, Amy Khoshbin, Shaun Leonardo, and Kambui Olujimi. 

Project For Empty Space directors Jasmine Wahi and Rebecca Pauline Jampol select artists who, in their respective ways, echo James Baldwin’s quote (from “This Morning, This Evening, So Soon”, first published in The Atlantic Monthly in 1960) as well as the persistent bigotry and pain throughout the American landscape.

 

Friday, March 9

at 6 pm

approx 27:00 min

 

 


BANG GEUL HAN

Through the Gaps Between My Teeth, 2018, 5:00 min

 

MELVIN HARPER

Watch, 2016, 5:17 min


AMY KHOSHBIN

Dispossess, 2014, 1:00 min


SHAUN LEONARDO

Untitled (A Performance Project), 2013, 10:00 min


KAMBUI OLUJIMI

A Faint Notion, 2016, 5:51 min

BANG GEUL HAN, Through the Gaps Between My Teeth, 2018
MELVIN HARPER, Watch, 2016
AMY KHOSHBIN, Dispossess, 2014
SHAUN LEONARDO, Untitled (A Performance Project), 2013
KAMBUI OLUJIMI, A Faint Notion, 2016