Freedom's Feast Dinner Plate Collection


November 21-29, 2009

CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF MANHATTAN
212 W 83rd Street
New York, NY


Unsound Practice


September 1 - 14, 2009

curated by Christine Kennedy
DUTCH KILLS GALLERY
Long Island City, Queens

Dutch Kills is pleased to announce “Unsound Practice,” a group exhibition curated by Christine Kennedy showcasing six artists whose work investigates the interplay of visual art, sound and text.
 
Featuring the work of Matthew Callinan, Jools Johnson, Tom McCloskey, Jo-ey Tang, Mikel Telleria and Marjorie Van Cura, this exhibition takes as its point of departure the contemporary experience of an excess of “noise.” If the phenomenon of “noise” characterizes the information age, constituting a soundscape of competing voices, textual and discursive networks, transmissions and communications— how has this transformed both what and how we "see;” how do such plurivocal emissions –as well as their suppression, loss or erasure-- influence contemporary image-making and the cultural production and status of works of art?

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Marjorie Van Cura: Artist Interview Online Podcast

April 3, 2009

interview by Julie Vick
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Career Services


Review of 'Together Forever'


NY ARTS MAGAZINE
by Jill Smith
Jan-Feb 2009

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