I am pleased to announce that one of my ultra short films, or minimentals, is featured in the online exhibition ENACT.
Minimentals is Denise Iris’s ongoing series of ultra short autobiographical films that play with the line between imagination and everyday reality.
Watch Denise’s 57 secs. film here: http://enact-artinthemind.com/index.html#denise-iris.html
Artists were asked to respond to a conceptual project from 1970 titled Art in the Mind (http://enact-artinthemind.com/art-in-the-mind.html) in which the catalogue itself was the exhibition. My film is a response to On Kawara’s piece Telegram.
Curated by Ann Torke and Nanette Yannuzzi, ENACT emphasizes dematerialization of the object, a conceptual framework, and dialogue as a primary motivation for art-making.
ENACT is part of the 25th anniversary of the Cleveland Performance Art Festival, which takes place throughout the spring/summer 2013 with contributions from: Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Public Theatre, Cleveland State University, MOCA-Cleveland, Oberlin College, SPACES, and The Sculpture Center.