Futuro Anteriore (Future Perfect): EXPO CHICAGO ANNOUNCES THE 2015 EXPO VIDEO PROGRAM. Curated by Alfredo Cramerotti.
September in Chicago.
WITH SELECT WORKS BY MAJOR INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
More Than 15 Film, Video and New-Media Works to be
Featured on the Main Floor of Festival Hall
In addition, Cramerotti has chosen two pieces of work from Columbia College Chicago students to be displayed alongside major international artists from leading galleries including Marianne Boesky Gallery, Bortolami, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Corbett vs. Dempsey, Massimo De Carlo, Honor Fraser, Kavi Gupta, Hales Gallery / P.P.O.W, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Lisson Gallery, Matthew Marks Gallery, David Nolan Gallery, rosenfeld porcini, Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, White Cube and David Zwirner as a part of this year’s program.
“Embedded within the contemporary art world’s strategies of making and display, the combination of moving image works on view makes this program a unique chance to experience visual culture today,” said Cramerotti. “These exceptional artists’ films and videos open up a new territory of cinematic experience, where the viewer is at the center of the work, and encounters something rarely accessible outside film festivals, exhibitions or specific surveys.”
Titled “Futuro Anteriore” (“Future Perfect”), this year’s program examines the apparent contradiction of this phrase indicating events, experiences and facts that are considered, but remain part of the future. Featuring neither straight experimental video art that anticipates future trends, nor short film that exists as part of a visual tradition, the quality and innovative strength of the works presented make them unique in many respects. The chosen works immerse viewers in stunning exteriors and intimate situations. Various cinema industry mechanisms and established genres are present in this program selection—from Hollywood glamour to the Lumière brothers—yet, a huge range of visual innovations and experimental artistic approaches are embedded within these works.
2015 EXPO VIDEO Artists Include:
Yuri Ancarani | Il Capo, 2010, 15:00 min | Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi
Hans Op de Beeck | Night Time, 2015, 18:41 min | Marianne Boesky Gallery
Sue de Beer | Silver and Gold, 2011, 1:32 min, Marianne Boesky Gallery
Johanna Billing | I’m gonna live anyhow until I die, 2012, 16:29 min | Kavi Gupta
Jeremy Blake | Winchester Redux, abridged version of the Winchester trilogy, 2004, 5:00 min | Honor Fraser
Chris Burden | The Rant, 2006, 2:10 min | Massimo De Carlo
*Stan Douglas | Circa 1948, 2014 (interactive app for iOS devices) | David Zwirner
Fischli & Weiss | The Way Things Go, 1987, 30:00 min | Matthew Marks Gallery
Morgan Fisher | Turning Over, 1975, 15:00 min | Bortolami
Luis Gispert and Jeff Reed | Stereomongrel, 2005, 12:00 min | Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Runa Islam | Trust, 2008, 3:00 min | White Cube
Christian Jankowski | 16mm Mystery, 2004, 3:54 min | Lisson Gallery
Malerie Marder | At Rest, 2011, 12:06 min | Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects
Ciprian Muresan | 3D Rubliov, 2004, 4:49 min | David Nolan Gallery
Carolee Schneemann | Fuses, 1964 – 67, 18:00 min | Hales Gallery / P.P.O.W
Cauleen Smith | Remote Viewing, 2011, 14:00 min | Corbett vs. Dempsey
Levi van Veluw | Spheres, The Collapse of Cohesion, 9:43 min | rosenfeld porcini
Columbia College Chicago Film/Video Student Winners:
Kellee Terrell, Blame, 2015, 15:09 min
Julian Walker, Jordan Duke, Third Timothy, 16:21 min
*Please note that Circa, 1948 by Stan Douglas, part of the film & video program, is an app that is functional on a smartphone or tablet and is not on view in the screening rooms or pods. To obtain the artwork, visit apple.co/1mn4DNm.