COLUMNS

  • PRINT October 2009

    Ian Kiaer

    British installation artist Ian Kiaer is currently participating in the 10th Biennale de Lyon. A solo exhibition of his work will open this month at the Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Turin, Italy.

  • PRINT September 2009

    Joshua Kit Clayton

    Joshua Kit Clayton is an artist, musician, and computer programmer based in San Francisco. He produces dance music for post-rave casualties both on his own and in the band Pigeon Funk, and is responsible for the development of Jitter, a video and 3-D-graphics programming language.

  • PRINT Summer 2009

    Lindsay Seers

    British artist Lindsay Seers works in a variety of media, including performance, photography, and large-scale video installation. Her recent solo exhibition, “It has to be this way,” opened in January at Matt’s Gallery, London, and her video Extramission 6 (Black Maria), 2009, was included in the fourth Tate Triennial at Tate Britain, London, this past spring.

  • PRINT May 2009

    Byron Kalet

    Byron Kalet is founder of the Journal of Popular Noise, a Brooklyn-based audio magazine that will publish its Spring/Summer edition in June. Last month, the journal released Leisure Time, the debut EP from the Seattle-based post-rock duo Flexions.

  • PRINT April 2009

    Michael Almereyda

    Michael Almereyda’s films include Twister (1989), Nadja (1994), Hamlet (2000), and William Eggleston in the Real World (2005). His latest, Paradise, opened the 2009 Film Comment Selects series at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York this past February. A retrospective of his films will screen in June at Ballroom Marfa in Marfa, Texas.

  • PRINT March 2009

    Stefan Tcherepnin

    A writer and performer of acoustic and electronic music, Stefan Tcherepnin is a 2008–2009 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Music Composition. He has recently performed at the Kitchen and the Knitting Factory in New York and at the Rose Art Museum in Waltham, Massachusetts.

  • PRINT February 2009

    Erika Vogt

    Erika Vogt recently had her first solo show at Mesler&Hug in Los Angeles, where she lives and works. Her work is currently on view at the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, as part of the 2008 California Biennial.

  • PRINT January 2009

    Jim O’Rourke

    Jim O’Rourke is a producer, musician, and sometime filmmaker living in Tokyo. He recently performed with Tony Conrad at the Yokohama Triennial 2008.

  • PRINT November 2008

    Nicole Cherubini

    Nicole Cherubini is an artist based in New York, where her solo exhibitions at D’Amelio Terras and Smith-Stewart opened last month. Her work, paired with sculptures by Taylor Davis, will be on view at the MIT List Visual Arts Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and at Museum 52 in New York next year.

  • PRINT October 2008

    Tauba Auerbach

    Tauba Auerbach is a San Francisco–based artist whose work is currently included in the group exhibition “No Information Available” at Gladstone Gallery, Brussels. She will present new work at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art this February, as part of a show for this year’s Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art Award winners.

  • PRINT September 2008

    Josef Strau

    Josef Strau is a Berlin-based artist whose work is currently included in Manifesta 7. His solo exhibition at the Malmö Konsthall in Sweden opens this month.

  • PRINT Summer 2008

    Nico Muhly

    New York–based composer Nico Muhly has worked with composers ranging from Philip Glass to Björk, and has written pieces for the American Ballet Theatre and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. His compositions have debuted at venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Kitchen. Mothertongue, his second album, will be released in July.