|crystal z. campbell, richard garet|
|opening: tuesday, July 19th from 6 - 8pm|
|exhibition from july 19 - august 12, 2016|
|cindy rucker gallery, 141 attorney street, nyc, 10002|
|opening: saturday, july 9th from 2-7pm|
|exhibition from july 9 - august 6, 2016|
|zipper gallery, rue estados unidos 1494, jardim america, sao paulo, brazil|
|solo exhibition from april 28 - june 11, 2016|
|opening on april 28th from 7-9pm|
|exhibition booklet - text and images|
|tel: +49 (0) 30 243|
|cel: +49 (171) 371 95 69|
|midnight moment -- richard garet from june 1-30|
|“perceptual: sonic landscape / midnight blink” everyday in june 3 minutes before midnight – 11:57pm|
midnight moment is the largest coordinated effort in history by the sign operators in times square to display synchronized, cutting-edge creative content on electronic billboards and newspaper kiosks throughout times square every night. the program premiered in may 2012 and is organized and supported by the times square advertising coalition in partnership with times square arts, the public art program for the times square alliance, with additional partners of participating sign holders and artists.
artist richard garet spent a week in early april recording the sound profile of times square in order to create the june 2015 midnight moment, perceptual: sonic landscape / midnight blink. he will transpose the neighborhood's aural life into chromatic, visual landscapes. removing all audio, garet will then leave behind the moving image signal to create an experience of sound through vision that changes and pulsates according to the properties of the sonic composite.
|midnight moment info|
|sounds of times square: video teaser|
|meta-residue: input, material, space|
|opening reception: may 8th, 2015 / 7-9 p.m.|
|exhibition dates: may 8-31, 2015|
|studio10 is pleased to present a second solo exhibition of works by richard garet. garet is a uruguayan-american artist based in nyc. the exhibition includes sound art, multimedia installation, moving image, painting and collage. these works convey a distilled presentation of garet's practice, ideas, and interests articulated through his investigation of time, media, material and space.|
|studio 10, 56 bogart street brooklyn, ny 11206|
|for more information and images, please contact larry greenberg at (718) 852-4396|
|you simply destroy the image i always had of myself|
|opening: may 3, 1-6pm|
|may 3 - august 1, 2015|
|curated by renowned curator and art critic octavio zaya, theorem presents large-scale installation, sculpture, video art, and photography by 30 international artists.|
|several artists from far-flung locations such as peru, brazil, and norway, are traveling to mana to create their installations on-site. the artists address the hypothetical question ‘what if?’ – as inspired by pier paolo pasolini’s 1968 film teorema – contemplating a world turned upside-down, where social tensions can be amplified to the point of poetic subversion, achieving possible transcendence.|
|exhibiting artists include: miguel andrade valdez, julieta aranda, kader attia, elena bajo, otto berchem, monika bravo, fernando bryce, maría magdalena campos-pons, heman chong, elena damiani, marlon de azambuja, milagros de la torre, aleksandar duravcevic, nicole franchy, richard garet, kendell geers, pedro gomez-egaña, radamés juni figueroa, lucia koch, annette lemieux, jose carlos martinat, jo ractliffe, rivka rinn, santiago roose, susan siegel, dm simons, antonio vega macotela, sergio vega, and zoé t. vizcaíno.|
|mana contemporary, 888 newark avenue, jersey city, nj 07306|
|arte agenda announcement|
the director's project: context-ing / listening as context
context-ing / listening as context creates immersive and intimate situations for listening to the work of sound artists exploring the ontological aspects of sound while also working with various materials, approaches, and techniques.
context-ing / listening as context will be premiered on the vip opening night in the 2600sq.ft sound positions pavilion – a dedicated space annexed to the main context pavilion featuring 12 individual sound stations, making it the most important and largest sound project in an art fair - and continues during fair hours from december 3rd - 7th.
context-ing / listening as context artists include: tania candiani, mexico; richard chartier, usa; richard garet, uruguay / usa; france jobin, canada; emeka ogboh, nigeria; kristin oppenheim, usa; manuel rocha, mexico; steve roden, usa; hong-kai wang, taiwan; hildegard westerkamp, germany / canada; jana winderen, norway; zimoun, switzerland
the first international biennial of contemporary art of cartagena de indias
february 7–april 7, 2014
press preview: february 6, 2014
opening weekend for friends of biaci: february 7–9, 2014
cartagena de indias
artists list and additional information: e-flux announcement
december 13, 2013 - february 14, 2014
the work of garet, held and ramos, both individually and as a whole, highlights the importance of perception through careful listening, focused look and the complex process of human perception, creating a micro-habitat in the museum active exploration rewards and offers thoughtful contemplation for the understanding of the world around us through the senses of sight and hearing.
museo de la naturaleza y el hombre, tenerife, spain
opening march 5th
noise. error. glitch. the ideal held up for digital technology is frictionless functionality. but systems have bugs, communication is riddled with distortion and channels are often noisy. error is not a rare occurrence, but a given. glitch, broadly defined, introduces unintentional events, artifacts, and interruptions. it can be visual or sonic; it can be imperceptible at ordinary levels. there are glitches in programming, in communication, in architecture and infrastructure. but these errors can be illuminating, creative and productive. glitch can make our systems stronger and more robust. distortion can be aesthetically vibrant and revealing.glitch reminds us that noise can be something to be embraced rather than eradicated and that the unexpected is often unexpectedly useful.
(f) glitch, or the function of glitch, is the fourth in a series of events produced by cdact that interrogate central concepts of digital culture—sound, space, data, and now error and noise.glitches are a glimpse into the hidden world of technology, exposing the seams in our digital infrastructure.
stony brook university's simon center for geometry and physics
the artists in the exhibition are luke fowler (scottish, b. 1978), toshiya tsunoda (japanese, b. 1964), marco fusinato (australian, b. 1964), richard garet (uruguayan, b. 1972), florian hecker (german, b. 1975), christine sun kim (american, b. 1980), jacob kirkegaard (danish, b. 1975), haroon mirza (british, b. 1977), carsten nicolai (german, b. 1965), camille norment (american, b. 1970), tristan perich (american, b. 1982), susan philipsz (scottish, b. 1965), sergei tcherepnin (american, b. 1981), hong-kai wang (taiwanese, b. 1971), jana winderen (norwegian, b. 1965), and stephen vitiello (american, b. 1964).
organized by barbara london, associate curator, with leora morinis, curatorial assistant, department of media and performance art.
moma is located in midtown manhattan, new york city, at 11 west fifty-third street, between fifth and sixth avenues.
solo exhibition: extraneous to the message
opening reception: march 2, 2013 from 6-9pm
performance and talks in collaboration with maas