Prof. d’Agostino’s Video Works Featured during October

1 pdA walks
October – January 2014: Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago

FMA Professor Peter d’Agostino’s The Walk Series installation (1973-74 / 2010) is in State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970, an investigation of seminal conceptual and avant-garde art during the 1960s and 1970s. This nationally touring exhibition, organized by Independent Curators International (ICI), New York, originated at the Orange County Museum of Art and University of California, Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive.

 

2 pdA ICE sample for web
October 15: State University of New York ( SUNY ), Buffalo

Peter d’Agostino: World-Wide-Walks @40 ( 1973 -2013 ) - a preview
Professor d’Agostino will show selections from his World-Wide-Walks projects in an event co-sponsored by SUNY’s Media Study Department and Techne Institute. Initiated in San Francisco as The Walk Series, these video documentation / performances from the 1970s evolved into video / web projects in the 1990s and mobile / locative media productions during the 2000s. The presentation will include a current work-in-progress, World-Wide-Walks / between earth & sky / ICE, which received a Temple University Vice Provost for the Arts grant and was previewed at ISEA 2013, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sydney, Australia in June.

 

3 pdA SURV
October 27: The UNESCO World Day for Audiovisual Heritage Celebration, New York

Professor d’Agostino will participate in the SURVEILLANCE screenings and panel discussions at the Brooklyn Historical Society, sponsored by New York University’s Moving Image Archiving & Preservation program. Excerpts from his Comings and Goings (1977-79 / 2008) series will be screened. PARIS (Metro), San Francisco (BART), and Washington DC (METRO) are works from this series which concern surveillance in mass transit systems. Restored by the Getty Research Institute, these video installation projects were exhibited at the Getty Museum, Los Angeles in 2008.

Professor d’Agostino’s video works are distributed by Electronic Arts Intermix, New York.

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