AIR Events

  • Sat
    05
    Nov
    2016
    Sun
    05
    Mar
    2017
    106 E. Main Street Los Gatos, CA 95030 United States

    This group exhibition features artists from the SETI Artist in Residence (AIR) program, including Danny Bazo, George Bolster, Charles Lindsay, Marko Peljhan, Rachel Sussman, Martin Wilner and Karl Yerkes. Making Contact marks the first SETI AIR group exhibition.

    The SETI Institute and The New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU) present MAKING CONTACT, a group show featuring seven of the SETI Institute’s artists and their work. SETI AIR began in 2010 after a chance meeting between Dr. Jill Tarter and artist Charles Lindsay. Our artists in residence program has now put a dozen artists in close contact with SETI Institute scientists, creating new friendships and first rate contemporary art in the process. Several SETI Institute artists also have work on view at the Massachusettes Museum of Contemporary Art (MassMoCA) in the group show Explode Everyday: an Inquiry into the Phenomena of Wonder, curated by Denise Markonish.

    Read More: http://www.seti.org/seti-institute/news/making-contact-seti-artists-residence-program-inaugural-group-show-numu-los

  • Wed
    23
    Nov
    2016
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    19
    Feb
    2017
    20 Maresfield Gardens Hampstead London NW3 5SX

    Martin Wilner, ‘Case Histories: 2 Feb 2012 Darren Aronofsky’, 2012. Ink on Paper, courtesy of the artist and the Cartin Collection
Martin Wilner

    The Case Histories

    Martin Wilner is an artist, psychiatrist and scholar in psychoanalysis based in New York. The Freud Museum presents Wilner’s first solo museum exhibition, drawing on his decades of artistic work pertinent to the practice and thinking around psychoanalysis.

    The Case Histories are the latest iteration of Wilner’s ongoing Making History project begun in 2002. Wilner, in the first decade of this process, rendered daily drawings based upon events in the world of interest to him. Over the course of each month elements of representation, portraiture, caricature, cartography, typography, micrography, and musical composition coalesce into the resulting work.

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