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New Media Talk Series #48 | Michael Müller

New Media Talk Series #48 | Artist Talk & Presentation by Michael Müller
Nov 6, 2017 – 6 pm
New Media Projects – Tehran

Michael Müller (b.1970 Ingelheim am Rhein, Germany) lives and works in Berlin. He studied sculpture with Magdalena Jetelová at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany. Since 2015 he has been a professor at Berlin University of the Arts.
Müllers’s work develops out of existing historical narratives, methods and norms: systems which he pushes to their limits by modifying them along fictitious lines. His practice engages with the pictorialization of complex thought processes, whose transformation by various methods constitutes a slow and patient appropriation.
Although largely known for his drawings and paintings, Müller’s approach merges media such as sculpture, installation and performative art with the curatorial practice itself.

Selected solo exhibitions include For All Those Who Trust in Form and Not in Content, Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai, India (2017); SKITS – 13 Exhibitions in 9 Rooms, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany (2016/17); Who’s Speaking?/ Wer spricht?, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany (2015/16); 18 exhibitions (2011- 2017), Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin, Germany (including: Berührung; Was nennt sich Kunst, was heißt uns wahrsein?, 2015/2014); Musikstücke und Farben, Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai India (2011).

Selected group exhibitions include Farewell to an Idea, Plattenpalast, Berlin, Germany (2016); …und eine Welt noch, Kunsthaus Hamburg, Germany (2016); 10×10, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin, Germany (2015); Fire and Forget. On Violence, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2015); 1/1, Brandenburgischer Kunstverein Potsdam, Germany (2015); One place next to another, Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia (2014); L’Art et La Santé, Sanofi France, Paris (2013); How to make – Ideen, Notationen, Materialisierungen, Kunsthaus Dresden, Germany (2012); 360° – Landart Biennale, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (2012 & 2010); Dopplereffekt. Bilder in Kunst und Wissenschaft, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany (2010).

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Monument in Flux | W139 – Asmterdam

Monument in flux
Screening Program Curated by Amirali Ghasemi

29 Oct – 4 Nov 2017
W139 – Amsterdam

With Studio 51(Babar Samadi & Navid Salajegheh), Bahman Kiarostami, Mohammad Hosseini, Susan Bayani, Sanaz Sohrabi, mo H. zareei, Mona Kakanj, Payam Mofidi & Jalaleddin Anvari

“Monument in flux” gathers artists, filmmakers and video essayists living across the globe, from North America to New Zealand via Iran, in the frame of the exhibition “Ideology Meets Implementation” at W139 in Amsterdam. The program tries to invite perspectives on the subject, the fluidity of monuments in our time and the constant changes they face, from ancient Tomb of Cyrus the Great to the unsteady Contemporary Pedestals, and from Sculptural Representations to Performance in Public Space, and from emergence of the Revolutions to fading traces of East Block Heritage, Monument are in the constant state of flux, reshaping and becoming according to what passes in front of them.

About W139

Striving towards free and independent explorations. W139 feels this is urgent now, more than ever. Activating and cultivating artistic and intellectual freedom. To fully trust this process and dare to build further upon that.

Currently, self-organized groups of artists are working on presentations for the space located in the center of Amsterdam. Each group embraces the principles and ambitions of W139 and is actively working to present worlds which one has never seen or experienced before. In developing site-specific presentations the groups are challenged to play a key and initiating role in amongst others the following areas of attention: moving beyond self-promotion, making sensitive, sensory and inclusive spaces, and generating wealth.

W139 is an artist-led production and presentation institution operating since 1979 as the beating heart of experimental artistic practices and providing room for risk.

More info on W139 website.

Hearing Eyes, Seeing Ears | Video Screening

Hearing Eyes, Seeing Ears
A program from the 30th edition of Images Festival – Toronto
New Media Projects
Tuesday August 8th, 2017 | 7 pmCelebrating its 30th year, Images Festival presents a program of short films at New Media Society in Tehran. The Images Festival is a yearly event devoted to independent and experimental film, video art, new media and media installation that takes place each spring in Toronto, Canada.The festival was founded in 1987, originally conceived as an alternative to the Toronto International Film Festival.From forensic analysis of gunshots to handmade gun tattoos in prison, this program of shorts forces us to look beyond the everyday marks and traces of violence that are not readily legible to our eyes and ears.Faraz Anoushahpour is a curator and artist based in Toronto, Canada. He obtained his undergraduate degree in architecture from the Architectural Association in London, and finished his masters in Interdisciplinary arts at OCAD university in Toronto, Canada. He has acted as the programmer at Images Festival since 2016.

Invisible Present Tense 2.0 | video program Kunstraum Potsdam

Invisible Present Tense 2.0 | video program Kunstraum Potsdam | July 16, 2017 | 4 pm | Parking Video Library

with Nima Bahrehmand|Samira Hashemi|Atousa Bandeh|Rambod Vala|Sona Safaei Sooreh|Bahar Samadi|Bahareh Karamifar|Rasoul Ashtari|Hamed Sahihi|Aria Farajnezhad|Simin Yaghoubi|Ronak Moshtaghi|Aliyar Rasti |Sanaz Sohrabi| Mehdi Shiri

The Invisible Present (tense) is an ongoing screening program selected from Parking video Library, The program toured in United States & Brazil in 2011 and 2012 and in 2013 became of part Focus Iran Program at Rotterdam & Gothenburg film festival.

The Invisible Present Tense 2.0 is curated specially as a parallel event to Exhibition Possible worlds and tend to broaden the definition of Moving images and go beyond geographical borders. The latest edition of the program highlights the use of various disciplines video essay, documentary, experimental film, animation, performance and photography. The participating artists—most of them younger than 35 —work within Iran and across the globe. The Invisible Present sheds light on a generation that can not be plainly defined and is often harshly targeted internationally; A generation which seeks to be present and exercise their significant liberty to experiment, while preserving the right to be invisible to many.

The Tehran based video archive initiated in 2004 by Parkingallery Projects and includes Moving Image and Multimedia works by emerging artists from Iran and elsewhere. The series is conceptualized and curated by Amirali Ghasemi independent curator based in Tehran. PVL introduced the vibrant new wave video art scene through a number of events, Screenings, workshops and the Limited Access festival for Moving images, Sound and Performance.

New Media Talk Series #40 | Dafne Narvaez

Sentimental Punk

Dafne Narvaez Berlfein will share her experience about the Sentimental Punk Series that she has been curating in Berlin´s KottiShop Projectraum on a monthly basis since Juli 2015, focusing the talk on on her current research for the project,1960s/80s avantgarde films from female directors, her work on an independent non profit space and the (personal) crossing between art praxis, activism and curatorial work.

New Media Talk And Screening Series #39| Dr. Magdalena Ziółkowska

Procedures of Everyday Practice

Magdalena Ziółkowska holds a PhD in Art History, is a curator and graduate of the Institute of Art History, University of Warsaw, School for Social Research in Warsaw, and Curatorial Training Programme (de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam, 2006/07). She worked as guest curator in Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2006–2010) and curator in Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz (2008–2014) where she initiated and curated a number of projects and publications, among them international platform for researching Central- and Eastern European practices Art Always Has Its Consequences (2008–10), Working Title: Archive (2008–09), individual show by Sanja Iveković. Practice Makes the Master (2009), Eyes Looking for a Head to Inhabit (co-curator, 2011), Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin. Facts, Incidents, Accidents, Circumstances, Situations (co-curator, 2013–14).

In 2012 she co-founded Andrzej Wróblewski Foundation (www.andrzejwroblewski.pl)– a NGO devoted to develop and popularise the knowledge about life and work of one of the most inspiring and remarkable post-war Polish artist. Beyond the solo show Andrzej Wróblewski. Constantly Looking Ahead (National Museum, Krakow 2012–13), the Foundation co-published with Adam Mickiewicz Institute a bilingual monography Avoiding Intermediary States. Andrzej Wróblewski (1927–1957), worldwide distributed by Hatje Cantz.

Since 2015 she is a director of Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art in Krakow where she co-curated “All Mounds Can Be Seen from My Window” (2015), “Aurélien Froment / Krzysztof Pijarski. Moiré” (2015), “Prabhakar Pachpute  & Rupali Patil. Harbingers of Chaos” (2016). Currently she is working on international conference “Exhibition as a medium of history” (31.03–1.04.2017) and upcoming solo exhibition of Ines Doujak (September 2017).
Her research and writing focus on history of exhibitions and display, artists’ writing and post-war museology.

Rokhdad-e Tazeh Documentary 35: Mina Keshavarz

Rokhdad-e Tazeh Documentary hold its 35th Session in collaboration with Rybon Documentary, Studio 12 & New Media Society:

2nd session from City and Urban Man Series

Among the Waves – 2014
Film by Mina Keshavarz
Sunday, Feb 12, 2017 – 6 pm

Among the waves is a documentary about Rogheyeh, is a woman living in the city of Minab in South of Iran and to create a secure job female street sellers established a local bazaar for them. More than 800 women are working there but the municipality is against this…

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Rokhdad-e Tazeh Documentary 34: Khosrow Sinai


Rokhdad-e Tazeh Documentary hold its 34th Session in collaboration with Rybon Documentary, Studio 12 & New Media Society:

1st session from City and Urban Man Series
3 short films by Khosrow Sinai
Sunday, Jan 29, 2017 – 6 pm

Program:

A sound that becomes antique 1966
Ars Poetica 1968
Sardi Ahan (1969)

We will watch and discuss 3 short films together with the acclaimed director Khosrow Sinai, the event starts as usual at 6 pm at New Media Projects, sharp and there will be a 10.000 Tomans, entrance fee.IMPORTANT: Please RSVP to reserve your seat with Mr. Masoud Mashayekhi via Telegram or SMS (09032021931).

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No 3, Arabi 3, Kheradmand-e Shomali St, Karimkhan Ave. New Media Projects

Poster Designed by Ra Studio | Amir Moghtada