Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen
9pm Saturday 29 March 2008
Renwick Gallery - 45 Renwick Street New York, NY
Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen present a musical performance at the Renwick Gallery tonight at 9pm "with a variation of genres electronica, punk, rock and hiphop with her own lyrics and like the ever changing Mis United her costumes changes for each new music piece." Renwick Gallery just took down an exhibition of documentary material accompanying Rasmussen's previous performance project there, A Void; a set of creative reenactments of historical performance art peices originating in date form 1958 onwards. James Wagner has written on Rasmussen's previous work here.
We will be posting some recommended events during the art fairs, so I'll start with a couple that involve art bloggers:
Bloggers and Their Impact on the Art World
Sunday, March 30th, 11:00 AM
Park South Hotel
122 E. 28th Street, bet. Park & Lex
There's now more art coverage in the blogosphere than in conventional publications. Do we handle this responsibility with conventional journalistic standards or something that's faster and looser as befits an instantaneous medium? How do we manage the formidable network that has developed around and because of us? Where do we go from here?
- Edward Winkleman
- Carol Diehl, Art Vent
- Paddy Johnson, Art Fag City
- Sharon Butler, Two Coats of Paint
Joanne Mattera will moderate.See the Red Dot website for additional panels.
WHITE BOX SPEAKS presents Louise Blouin Media and VideoArtWorld
525 West 26 Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues
From March 22 - 30, DiVA and WHITE BOX co-organize an exciting forum by leading video arts professionals and scholars. The forum, as part of WHITE BOX SPEAKS, presents collectors, artists, gallerists, curators, critics and other professionals in the field who will provide audiences with their insight on a medium still considered 'outsider' while at the same time steadily gaining critical attention.
WHITE BOX SPEAKS focuses on topics relevant to the origins of video art, opening up a dynamic dialogue on collecting, curating, exhibiting, and the challenges video has been facing throughout its history. Conversations start at 10:30am every day and continue until 3pm, followed by special digital art and video screenings organized by VideoArtWorld.
Louise Blouin Media Digital Art, investigations of Media and Maker: curates a series of daily lectures/discussions that address the challenges and opportunities for artists working in digital art and video, profiling international artists, curators, writers, editors and gallerists.
CURATING TIME-BASED ART: THE FOURTH DIMENSION
Sunday, March 30th, Noon
Organized by VideoArtWorld
Moderator: Blanca de la TorreVideoArtWorld for the complete list of events.