Bio/CV

JUDITH BARRY

Born: Columbus, Ohio
Lives and works in New York City and Berlin

Education

1987 MA Communication Arts, Computer Graphics
New York Institute of Technology, New York

Selected Solo Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

2102 “Judith Barry: Voice off , MUMOK, Vienna (inst.)
2012 “…Cairo stories”, ZKM, Karlsruhe, (inst.)
2011 “…Cairo Stories”, Galerie Karin Sachs, Munich (inst. / other venues)
2010 “Judith Barry: Body without limits, a survey”, Berardo Museum,
Lisbon, Portugal (10 installations), (c)
2008 “Judith Barry: Body without limits, a survey”, Domus Artium 2002,
Salamanca, Spain (12 installations), (c)
2006 Galerie Karin Sachs, Munich (installation)
Hubert Winter Gallery, Vienna
2004 Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles (2 installations and drawings)
“Study for the Mirror and Garden”, Caja San Fernando, Cadiz (inst.) (c)
2003 “the Museum you want”, ICA, Boston (web project)
“Study for the Mirror and Garden”, Caja San Fernando, Seville (inst.)(c)
“Voice off”, Luis Serpa Galeria, ARCO, Madrid (installation) (c)
“Study for the Mirror and Garden”, Museum Jose Guerrero, Granada (c)
“Public Fantasies”, Faluka Gallery, Cairo (installation)
2001 “Voice Off”, 8th Cairo Biennale, USA Representative, Cairo, Egypt (inst) (c)
“Voice off”, Luis Serpa Galeria & Promontorio, Lisbon (inst. w/ photos) (c)
“au bout des levres”, Galerie Karin Sachs, Munich (installation)
“First and Third”, ARTcontainer, NYC, (outdoor public projection)
2000 “The terror and the possibilities in the things not seen”, Rosamund Felsen Gallery,
Los Angles, (3 installations)
“First and Third”, City Hall, Vienna (in conjunction with the Kiesler Prize)(inst.) (c)
1999 “First and Third”, MediARTS, St Louis, (outdoor public projections)
1998 “the terror and possibilities in the things not seen”, Luis Serpa Galeria, Lisbon (inst)(c)
1996 “Au bout des levres”, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels (sculpture)
“Rouen: Touring Machines, Intermittent Futures”, Sous Sol, Geneve (inst)(c)
1994 “Rouen: Touring Machines, Intermittent Futures,” Statengalerie, Den Haag, Holland, (inst)(c)
1993 “Imagination, Dead Imagine”, “Model for Stage and Screen”, Presentation House,
Vancouver, Canada (catalogue)
“The Work of the Forest”, MOPT, Madrid, Spain (inst)(c)
1992 “Imagination, Dead Imagine”, “Model for Stage and Screen”,
The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Chicago, (inst) (c)
“Judith Barry: Selected Works”, Rotterdam Film Festival (c)
“The Work of the Forest”, de Appel, Amsterdam (inst)
“First and Third”, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA (inst)
“The Work of the Forest”, Fondation pour l’architecture, Brussels; traveled to Musée des Beaux Arts, Dunkerque and Palais Jacques Coeur, Bourges (inst) (c)
1991 “Imagination, Dead Imagine”, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, NY (installation)
“Public Fantasy”, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, 4 installations and
the publication of Public Fantasy, an anthology of the artist’s writing
“In Other Words”, Riverside Studios, public video projection in Hammersmith Underground Station, London (installation)
1989 “Echo/In the Shadow of the City…vamp r y”, Galerie Xavier Hufkens, Brussels (inst.)
“Adam’s Wish”, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT (inst. & brochure)
“Maelstrom”, MATRIX, University Art Museum, Berkeley, CA (inst. & brochure)
“In the Shadow of the City…vamp r y”, Washington Project for the Arts,(inst + b.)
1988 “Echo” and “In the Shadow…”, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, (inst) (c)
“Loie Fuller: Dance of Colors”, Nouvelles Scènes, Dijon, and Biennale de la Danse, Lyon, (performance with Brygida Ochaim)
1987 “C.O.C.A. Natural Foods Pavilion”, C.O.C.A., Seattle (inst + c)
1986 “Echo”, Projects 2, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY (inst. + b.)
“In the Shadow…”, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA (inst)
1985 “Change the Zoning Laws”, Times Square Spectracolor Board, New York, NY
(this project was censored)
1984 “Mass Fantasies/Special Cultures”, de Appel, Amsterdam (perf.)
1982 “Ideology/Praxis”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (installation)
“Casual Shopper/They Agape”, University Art Museum, Berkeley
“Space Invaders”, International Cultural Center, Antwerp (inst. + c.)
1980 “Video Viewpoints”, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
1978 “Kaleidoscope”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, (perf. + c.)
1977 “Cup/Couch”, La Mamelle Gallery, San Francisco, CA (perf. + c.)
“PastPresentFutureTense”, 80 Langton Street, San Francisco, CA (perf. + inst.)

Selected Group Exhibitions, Performances and Screenings

2013 “Americana: Commodity Cultures”, Perez Art Museum Miami
“Theatrical Fields”, Bildmuseet, Umea, Sweden
“This is not a Love Song”, la Virrena-Centre de la Image, Barcelona
“The Content of Form”, Generali Foundation, Vienna
“In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art”, Contemporary Art Centre”, Vilnius
“One Minute Film Festival, Mass Moca”, North Adams, MA (c)
“Permutation 03.x”, P!, New York City, NY
“In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art”, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC
2012 (d)OCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany (inst. + c)
“Critical Episodes, 1957 – 2011”, MACBA Collection, MACBA, Barcelona (inst.)
“This will have been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980’s”, ICA, Boston
“In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art”, The Drawing Center, NYC
“This will have been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980’s”, The Walker Art
Museum, Minneapolis
“Help/Less”, Printed Matter, NYC (inst.)
“…Cairo stories”, Photography Society, UAE, Sharjah, multiple screenings
“Remote Sensing”, ICA London (c)
“This will have been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980’s”, MCA, Chicago (c)
“The Living We Are In”, Cinenova at Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneve, Switzerland
“The Deconstructive Impulse”, Contemporary Art Museum Houston, Houston
2011 “Under the Big Black Sun: California 1974-1981”, MOCA, Los Angeles photos (c)
“The Deconstructive Impulse”, Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY (c)
“Plot for a Biennial”, Sharjah Biennial 10, Sharjah, UAE, (inst) (c)
“Territorium der Frau in der Visuellen Kunst und der Femnine vorstellungskraft”, Kunsthalle Brennabor, Brandenburg, Germany (inst) (c)
“In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art”, De Vleeshal, Middleburg,
Netherlands, traveled to Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation, Venice, KHOJ international Artists’ Association, New Delhi, Mumbai Art Room, Mumbai, Nero HQ, Rome (c)
“Berlin Carré”, Pop-up Gallery Berlin, (curated by Annette Maechtel)
“F is for Fake”, (with Emma Hedditch and Laura Mulvey), Cleopatra’s, Brooklyn,
“Fresh Angle on the Arts”, Ford Foundation, NYC,
“Agency of Unrealized Projects”, Kopfbau, Basel Art Fair, Basel
“Are You Ready For TV”, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea,
Santiago de Compostela, Spain, (c)
“The Deconstructive Impulse, Part 2”, Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, North Carolina (c)
2010 “Forbidden Love – Verbotene Liebe: Kunst im Sog von Fernsehen”, Kolnischer Kunstverein, Cologne (c)
“TV/ARTS/TV”, Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona, (inst) (c)
“ARE YOU READY FOR TV?”, MACBA, Barcelona, (c)
“Changing Channels – Kunst und Fernsehen 1963-1987”, Museum Modern Kunst Stiftung Ludwig – MUMOK ,Vienna (c)
“Sonic Youth etc.: Sensational Fix”, CA2M – Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo,
Móstoles, Spain (c)
“Ulysses Fascination”, MEIAC, Badajoz, Spain (inst) (c)
“e-flux video rental”, Fondazione Giuliani per l’arte Contemporanea, Rome
“Neuve Tripulacion para el Pequod”, Coleccion de arte contemporaneo
Fundacion “la Caixa”, TEA – Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, Santa Cruz de Tenerif
“Voir/Revoir, a project of Tania Bruguera”, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
“Wandering Positions: Selections from the InSite Archive”, MUAC, Mexico City
2009 “Sonic Youth, etc.: Sensational Fix”, Malmo Kusthall, Malmo Sweden
“Time as Matter: New Acquisitions, MACBA collection, MACBA, Barcelona,
Spain (inst) (b)
“Looking at Music: Side 2, MoMA, NY
“20 Years”, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, NYC (inst)
“Some cases up for review”, Hessel Art Museum, Preston Theater, Annadale-on- Hudson, NY
2008 “The Prisoner’s Dilemma: Selections from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros
Collection”, CIFO, Miami, (inst) (c)
“Sympathy for the Devil”, Musee d’art contemporain de Montreal, Montreal
“Aquilo Sou Eu”, Fundação Carmona e Costa, Lisbon (inst)
“Paul McCarthy: Film List”, Whitney Museum, NYC
“Whose History”, International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany
“E-flux touring video show”, the building, Berlin, Germany and Cali, Columbia
“Crossroads / Rock My Religion”, DA2 Domus Artium 2002, Salamanca (c)
“Sympathy for the Devil”, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (c) “Ulysses Fascination, Part 2”, Galeria Luis Serpa Projects, Lisbon (inst)
“One Minute Film & Video”, Jason Simon/Moyra Davey Projects
various locations in NYC and elsewhere
“Sensational Fix (Sonic Youth retrospective), LiFE/Lieu international des Formes Emergentes, Saint-Nazaire, France traveling to Museion, Bolzano, Italy
“E-flux touring video show”, Foundation Gulbenkian, Lisbon
2007 “Playback”, Musee d’art Moderne de la Ville de Paris/ARC, Paris (c)
“Sympathy for the Devil”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (c)
“One Minute Film & Video”, Jason Simon/Moyra Davey Projects, various locations
in NYC and elsewhere
“E-flux touring video show”, Centre Cultural Suisse, Paris
“Collective for Living Cinema”, Orchard Gallery, NYC, (inst)
“Vienna Art Fair”, Karin Sachs Gallery, Vienna (inst)
“E-flux touring video show”, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge
“Body of Evidence”, Getty Museum, Los Angeles
“E-flux touring video show”, Arthouse at the Jones Center – Contemporary Art
for Texas, Austin, Texas
2006 “Renegades”, EXIT ART, New York City, NY (photos)
“Cabinet d’amateur II ou a Arte Como Modo de vida”, Luis Serpa Projectos,
Lisboa, (photos)
“Queens International”, Queens Museum of Art, NYC (inst) (c)
“A Short History of Performance IV”, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (inst) (c)
“Dark Places: Mapping Enigma”, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica
traveling exhibition, (installation) (c)
“e-flux touring video show”, Center for Contemporary Art, Antwerp traveled to Muscarnok – Kunsthal, Budapest and INSA Art Space, Seoul, Korea
“Reshuffle: notions of an itinerant museum”, Bard Center for Curatorial Studies/
Art in General, NYC (c)
2006 “Heard Not Seen”, Orchard Gallery, NYC (installation)
“Not Sheep”, Artspeak, Vancouver, Canada (installaton)
“Extra City”, Center for Contemporary Art, Antwerp
2005 “Baroque and neo-baroque”, DA 2 Museum, Salamanca, Spain
(installation) (c)
“Wall to be destroyed”, Frac Lorrraine, Metz, (installation) (c)
“ARCO”, Hubert Winter Gallery, Madrid
“Resonance, Contemporary Performance Art” The Netherlands Media Art Institute,
Montevideo, Amsterdam (installation)
“Traveling Video Gallery” and specially featured series, e-flux in collaboration
with Kunstwerke, Berlin: Plug-in, Basel: Portikus, Frankfurt; Moore Space, Miami, Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam and numerous others.
“Performance with Brygida Ochaim” as part of “Visual Music” sponsored by IOTA
in collaboration with MOCA, Los Angeles and Hirshhorn, Washington, D.C.
2004 “Berlin Biennale 3”, Kunstwerke/Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (installation) (c)
“East Village USA”, New Museum, NYC (installation)
“the Museum in Motion”, Museum het Domein, Masstricht, (installation)
“Phonorama”, ZKM, Karlsruhe, (installation) (c)
“Horizont(e)”, Cordoaria Nacional, Lisbon, (installation) (c)
“Power T’s”, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn
“Vinte Anos (1984-2004)”, Luis Serpa Galerie, Lisbon (photographs) (c)
“Breathtaking”, Art Institute of Boston, Boston
“Sublime Audacity: the stroller’s experience”, Luis Serpa Galerie, Lisbon,
traveled to Maus Habitos, Porto (installation) (c)
“The Armory Show, Rosamund Felsen, NYC (installation) (c)
2003 “Good Morning America”, Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, (installation) (b)
“Fate Of Alien Modes”, Secession, Vienna, (installation) (c)
“the Museum you want”, CyberArts Festival, Boston, traveled to various
web locations (web project), commissioned by the ICA, Boston
2002 “Future Cinema”, ZKM, Karlsruhe, exhibition traveled to Kiasma Museum, Helsinki,ICC, Toyko, and the ACMI, Melbourne (installation) (c)
“Notorious”, Provinciaal Centrun Boor Beeldende Kunsten, Hasselt,
Belgium, (inst.) (c)
“Pictures, Patents, Monkeys and More – On Collecting”, ICA, Philadelphia
“Politicas de resistencia y culturas musicales”, MACBA, Barcelona
“Bomb”, Brooklyn Front, Brooklyn, (inst.)
“Aftermath: Photography in the Wake of 911”, International Center of Photography, NYC, (exhibition design in collaboration with Ken Saylor) (b)
“Reactions”, Exit Art, NYC (drawings) (c) traveled to numerous venues in USA/
Europe/Asia
“Performing Bodies”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, (inst.) (b)
“The Big Picture”, The Contemporary, Baltimore (photographs)
2001 “8th Cairo Biennale”, Official USA Representative, Cairo, (inst) (c)
“Shopping”, Generali Foundation, Vienna, (inst) (b)
“Notorious”, traveled to Tokyo Opera City Art Museum, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, CentreCultural de la Fudacio “la Caixa’ de Lleida, Centre Cultural de la Fudacio ‘la Caixa’ de Tarragona (inst.) (c)
“Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam”, Rotterdam (multiple screenings)
“Insite 2000”, San Diego/Tijuana, (installation) (c)
“Antogonisms”, MACBA, Barcelona (as part of ‘Services’)
“Parasite”, Shedhalle, Zurich (as part of “Services’)
“Endurance: the Information”, Leedy Voulkos Art Center, Kansas City
“L’art vu à distance”, FRAC – Limousin, Limoges, France
The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore (photographs)
2000 “7th Biennale of Venice, International Exhibition in Architecture”, Venice, (inst) (c)
“Performing Bodies”, Tate Modern, London, (installation)
“InSITE 2000”, San Diego/Tijuana, (installation) (c)
“Vision Machine”, Musee des Beaux Arts, Nantes,(installation) (c)
“Around 1984”, PS 1, NYC, (installation) (b)
2000 “Cross Currents” , Russian Museum, St Petersburg, (installation) (b)
“Open Ends”, MOMA, NYC (multiple screenings, video) (b)
“Off the Shelf”, Mass Moca, North Adams, Massachusetts
“Lincoln Center Festival”, Walter Read Theater, NYC, (installation)
“Notorious”, traveled to MOCA, Sdyney; Art Gallery Hamilton, Ontario;Kunsthallen Brandst Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark (installation) (c)
1999 “Voices”, Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing, France (installation) (c)
“Notorious”, Museum Of Modern Art, Oxford, England traveled to Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia (inst) (c)
“Exploding Cinema”, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Boymans Museum,
(installation) (c)
“The Collection”, PostPerfect/ Daily News Building, New York City (inst)
“Fifteen”, Lobby Gallery, Deutsche Bank,/NYFA, New York (inst.)
1998 “Voices” Witte de With, Rotterdam and MIRO Foundation, Barcelona (inst) (c)
“Young Artist Looking for Models”, Sous Sol, Geneve (installation) (c)
“Body Mecanique”, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio (installation) (c)
“Pasajes de la Coleccion” Instituto de America, Sante Fe, Spain (installation) (c)
“Parasite” at The Clocktower, NY (various exhibitions and events)
“Downtown Arts Festival”, The Ohio Theatre, and Void, New York
1997 “Coleccion de arte contemporaneo”, Fundacion ‘la Caixa’, San Esteban, Murcia, Spain (installation)[b]
“Between Lantern and Laser”, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, (installation) [b]
“Critical Images”, Leslie Tonkonow Gallery, New York
“the terror and possibilities in the things not seen” INSITE ’97, San Deigo/Tijuana (installation)[c])
“Hall of Mirrors”, Palazzo delle Exposizioni, Rome and MCA, Chicago (inst) [c]
“Itinerant Texts”, ICC, NY and Bookworks (slide installation), various venues [c]
“Toward a New Jerusalem: Missionary Religion and Rural Education in the Founding of Hartwick College, 1797 -1897, curated by Brian Wallis, Hartwick College, Oneida, NY (exhibit design))
1996 “a/drift: scenes from the penetrable culture”, Bard College, New York, (exhibition design in collaboration with Ken Saylor) [c]
“alt. youth media” New Museum, New York (exhibition design in collaboration with interns)
“Hall of Mirrors: Art and Film since 1945”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Wexner Center, Columbus (inst) (c)
“Urban Evidence”, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland (inst) (c)
“Itinerant Texts”, Bookworks, British Museum, London, (slide installation)(c)
“Endurance: The Information”, Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
1995 “Video Spaces: 8 Installations,” Museum of Modern Art, NYC, (inst) (c)
“Reinventing the Emblem,” Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, (c)
“Mapping,” Colin de Land/American Fine Arts, New York, (inst) (c)
“Three Linked Cubes/Interior Design for a Space Showing Videos”,
Fundacio Antoni Tapies, Barcelona (Dan Graham exhibition)
“Endurance,” Exit Art, New York (traveling exhibition of performance art) (c)
1994 22nd International Bienal of Sao Paulo, Brazil, (inst) (c)
“Crash: nostalghia for the absence of cyberspace”, Thread Waxing Space (inst. & c.)
“Entre la Presència i la Representacio,” Fundacio “la Caixa”Centre Cultural,
Barcelona (inst)
“Multiple Dimensions,” Belem Cultural Center, Lisbon, Portugal (Inst .& c.]
“Dan Graham/Walker Evans,” Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, “Geoffrey Beene Unbound,” Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC, (installation)
“Don’t Look Now,” Thread Waxing Space, Curated by Joshua Decter, (inst.) (c.)
“Services,” Kunstraum der Universitat Luneburg, Luneburg, Germany, (c.)
1993 “Le Génie du Lieu”, L’Usine Fromage, Rouen, France (inst) [c]
“On taking a normal situation and retranslating it into overlapping and multiple
readings of conditions past and present,” Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (MUHKA) [inst.] [c]
“Project Unité Firminy”, Firminy, France (inst) [c]
1993 “The Work of the Forest”, in “Transpositions”, Ferme Les Buissons, Paris (inst)[c]
“Artec ‘93”, Biennale de Nagoya, Nagoya Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan (inst)[c]
“Public Figure,”Herron Gallery, Indianapolis Center for Contemporary Art,(inst.)[c]
“Four Walls,” as part of “Seven Rooms, Seven Shows”, PS 1, NY
“Air Alexander”, Kunst Musuem, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (installation) (c.)
1992 “This is my body, This is my blood”, Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts,Amherst, MA (inst.) (c.)
“A Museum Looks at Itself”, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY (inst)(c)
“Place, Public, Presentation, Position”, Jan Van Ecyk Academy, Maastricht, (inst/c)
1991 “Ars Memoriae Carnegiensis”, The Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh,(inst.) (c.)
“Outer Space”, Hayward Gallery, London. Touring exhibition. (inst.) (c.)
“Twentieth Anniversary Season”, The Kitchen, New York
“Imagination Dead, Imagine” in The Savage Garden, Fundación
Caja de Pensiones, Madrid (inst.)[c]
“The Presence of Absence: New Installations”, Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of
Art and Design, LA
“Judith Barry, Glenn Branca, Steven Evans, Nicolas Rule”, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, NYC
1990 Venice Biennale, Italian Pavilion (multiple screenings on video wall)
“The Presence of Absence,” Independent Curators, traveling exhibition-USA [inst/c]
“First and Third”, Rhetorical Image, New Museum, New York, NY(inst.) (c)
“In the Shadow…”, Le Choix des Femmes, Le Consortium, Dijon (inst.) (c)
“From Receiver to Remote Control: the TV Set”, New Museum, New York, NY. Exhibit design in collaboration with Ken Saylor. (c)
“Loie Fuller: Dance of Colors”, Biennale de la Danse, Lyon. Collaboration with
Brygida Ochaim (performance)
“Depense: A Museum of Loss”, TSWA Four Cities Project, Scotland. (inst.) (c)
1989 “Classrace”, A Framework in Focus, Gracie Mansion Gallery, NYC (inst.) ( b)
“Image-World”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (c)
“Forest of Signs”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA (inst.) (c)
“Video-Skulptur retrospektiv und aktuell”, Cologne and Berlin (c)
“The Desire of the Museum” Whitney Museum Maiden Lane, (exhibit design) (c)
1988 “Adam’s Wish”, The New Urban Landscape, World Financial Center, New York, NY (inst.) (c.)
“Malcolm McLaren and the British New Wave”, New Museum, New York, NY. Exhibition design in collaboration with Ken Saylor. [c]
“The Presence of Absence”, Independent Curators, Inc., touring exhibition, (c.)
“Aperto”, La XLIII Biennale da Venezia, Venice (inst.) (c.)
“Maelstrom: Max Laughs”, Expanded Forms, Whitney Museum at Equitable, New York, NY (inst) (c.)
“Fatal Strategies”, Stux Gallery, New York, NY (inst.) (b)
“Twentieth Anniversary of Film/Video Arts”, Museum of Modern Art, NYC (b.)
“Extant-Highlights of Video History”, The Kitchen , New York, NY (b]
1987 “First and Third”, Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (inst.) (c.)
“Between Echo and Silence”, Riverside Studios, London (inst.) (b.)
“This is Tomorrow Today”, Clocktower, New York, NY (exhibition design) (c.)
“Model for Stage and Screen”, Non in Codice, Galleria Pieroni/American Academy,
Rome (inst.) (c.)
“Australian International Video Festival”, Melbourne, Australia. Touring
exhibition
1986 “Dark/Light”, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada (inst.) (c.)
“Damaged Goods”, New Museum, New York, NY (inst.) (c)
Taormina Film Festival, Taormina, Italy (screening) (b.)
“Festival des Arts Electroniques”, Rennes, France (c.)
“Video for “Videotech-Dan Graham”, Basel Video Festival, Basel, Switzerland (c.)
1985 “In the Shadow of the the city… Vamp r y”, Dark Rooms, Artist Space, New York, NY (inst.) (b.)
1985 “A Passage Repeated”, Long Beach Museum, Long Beach, CA (inst.) (b.)
“The Art of Memory/The Loss of History”, New Museum, NYC (inst.) (c.)
“Difference: On Representation and Sexuality”, Renaissance Society, Chicago (c)
“Alles und Noches Vield Mehr”, Kunst Museum, Bern, Switzerland (c.)
“Talking Back to Media”, de Appel, Amsterdam (c.)
“Signal Approch”, The Funnel, Toronto, Canada (c.)
“Cover/Double”, Aorta, Amsterdam (inst.) (c.)
1984 “New Voices 4”, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin (c.)
“Difference: On Representation and Sexuality”, New Museum, New York, NY (c.)
“Social Spaces”, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Canada (c.)
“Con Rumor”, Western Singel Galerie, Rotterdam (inst.) (c.)
“From TV to Video”, Commune di Bologna, Italy (b.)
“Stories of Her Own”, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
1983 “Scenes and Conventions-Artists’ Architecture”, ICA, London (inst.) (c.)
Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam
“20 Video Tapes”, Hyogo Museum, Japan. Touring exhibition in Japan
“World-wide Video Festival”, Kijkhuis, Den Haag (c.), toured
1982 “Vision in Disbelief”, 4th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia (c)
“Godard/Barry, Knight/Graham”, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Münich (inst.)
“International Theatre Festival”, San Francisco, CA
“World -wide Video Festival”, Kijkhuis, Den Haag (c.)
“Critics Choice”, Eaton Schoen Gallery, San Francisco, CA (inst.)
“Athens Film Festival”, Athens, OH
1981 “National Video Festival”, AFI-Kennedy-Center, Washington, DC
“San Francisco International Video Festival”, San Francisco, CA
1980 “MoMA Video”, American Center, Paris, France
1980 “A Decade of Women in Performance Art”, Contemporary Art Center,
New Orleans (inst.) (c.)
1979 “The Second International Performance Festival”, Bologna, Italy (perf.)
“Twelve Artists”, de Appel, Amsterdam (c.)

Selected Grants and Awards

1978 LINE (book award)
1986 New York Foundation for the Arts, emerging forms fellowship
New York State Council on the Arts, video
1987 Art Matters
1989 Art Matters
National Endowment for the Arts, artists fellowship
1990 New York Foundation for the arts, emerging forms fellowship
1996 Wexner Center for the Arts, Residency in Video
1997 New York Foundation for the Arts, emerging forms fellowship
2000 Friedrich Kiesler Prize for Architecture and the Arts
2001 Best Pavilion, 8th Cairo Biennale, Cairo
Audience Award, 8th Cairo Biennale, Cairo
Anonymous was a woman, NYC
2005 New York State Council on the Arts, video/film
Arts Council Chair, UCLA
Senior Research Fellow, CAVS at MIT, Cambridge (2 years appointment)
2006 Daniel Langlois Foundation Project Grant, Montreal
2011 John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

Selected Public Collections

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois
CIFO – Cisneros Fontanais Art Foundation, Miami, Florida
Perez Art Museum Miami, Miami, Florida
DIA Center for the Arts, New York
Diputacion de Granada, Granada, Spain
Fonds National d’art Contemporain, Paris, France
FRAC Corse, Corscia, France
FRAC Lorraine, Metz, France
Fundacio La Caixa, Barcelona, Spain
Generali Foundation, Vienna, Austria
MACBA – Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain
Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
MUMOK, Vienna, Austria
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Netherlands Media Art Institute/Montevideo, Amsterdam
POSTPERFECT, New York, New York
Progressive Insurance, Cleveland, Ohio
Sammlung Goetz, Munich

Videos tapes in university and art school collections world-wide
Private collections available upon request

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