1. El comisario de la exposición dedicada a Cilco Meireles, João Fernandes, explica junto con el propio artista la relación de su obra con la experiencia sensorial del espectador, del uso crítico de sistemas de circulación ideológicos y económicos, así como de la conexión ética con el mundo. La exposición está integrada por obras e instalaciones presentadas por primera vez, así como por otras menos conocidas del artista.

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  2. ± I96I presenta por primera vez un análisis detallado de un año decisivo de la década de los sesenta que condujo a la invención de la “expansión de las artes”. En la exposición se examinan los orígenes del cambio, la actividad experimental y las primeras actividades colectivas que señalaron el comienzo de una expansión sin precedentes de la noción de “composición” y generaron un proyecto multidisciplinar que se desarrolló en tiempo real en el transcurso de ese mismo año.

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  3. Do objects come with responsibility? In this film, Mary Mattingly transforms personal belongings into sculptural forms that she later incorporates into photographs and performative actions. Experimenting with living in her Greenpoint studio space, Mattingly is determined to live with just the bare essentials. Over several months, she undertakes a process of recording every object she owns and tracing the history of each of her belongings—how it came into her life, its distribution via complex global supply chains, as well as where the raw materials for its manufacture was sourced—before uploading a digital version of each object to her website OWN-IT.US for others to access. Throughout this process, she takes stock of the environmental and societal impact of her personal consumption, wondering if "maybe we need art more today because we’re in a world with so many mass produced things." Mattingly aggregates all of her personal belongings into boulder-like sculptural bundles, held together with rope, so that she is able to roll and drag them. She’s photographed walking the sculpture "Fill (Obstruct)" (2013) across the Bayonne Bridge, from Staten Island to New Jersey, and to the Port of New York New Jersey—symbolically returning her personal belongings to the place where they entered the East Coast. "It’s kind of really incredibly Sisyphean in a way," says Mattingly about her actions, eventually attracting the attention of the Port Authority Police and Homeland Security who surveil the port. Also featuring the works "Kart" (2008); "Floating a Boulder" (2012); "Pile-High" (2012); "The Furies (Titian, again)" (2013); "The Damned (Titian, again)" (2013); and "Life of Objects" (2013).

    Mary Mattingly (b. 1978, Rockville, Connecticut, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Learn more about the artist at:
    art21.org/newyorkcloseup/artists/mary-mattingly/

    CREDITS | "New York Close Up" Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Producer & Editor: Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland. Cinematography: Wesley Miller, Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland. Sound: Ava Wiland. Associate Producer: Ian Forster. Design & Graphics: Crux Studio & Open. Artwork: Mary Mattingly. Music: Darren Will. Thanks: El Bandido Loco (Cat), Greg Lindquist, Nina Lucey, Robert Mann Gallery, Papaya (Cat), Lauren Slowik & David Smith. An Art21 Workshop Production. © Art21, Inc. 2013. All rights reserved.

    "New York Close Up" is supported, in part, by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; The Lambent Foundation; Toby Devan Lewis; the Dedalus Foundation, Inc., The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and by individual contributors.

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  4. Mark Moore Gallery presents Walking Back The Cat, the second exhibition by interdisciplinary artist Stephanie Washburn, including photographs, collages and drawings. Washburn continues her exploration of the interface of material and digital surfaces as well as the persistent relevance of human touch in the construction of pictorial space.

    Mark Moore Gallery proudly presents "Paintings" in the Project Room by Julie Oppermann. Predominantly intrigued by the idea of sensory interference, Oppermann creates meticulously painted patterns that reference cognitive perception through synthetic experience. As if capturing warped television signals or pixilated computer screens, Oppermann's work evokes conceptual associations derived from intricate moiré patterns, thus revealing profound observations about our intellectual acuity.

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  5. Alberto Carneiro (São Mamede do Coronado, 1937) é um dos artistas que, nas décadas de 1960--70, abriram novos caminhos para a prática artística em Portugal. Tem vindo a desenvolver uma singular relação entre a arte e a natureza. Toda a produção artística de Alberto Carneiro se confunde com a sua própria vida e com as reminiscências do meio onde nasceu e cresceu e se descobriu como artista e criador.

    Para Alberto Carneiro, a presente exposição é um manifesto, cuja ideia central é a demonstração de que a arte é o artista e também o espectador. Concebida como uma unidade especificamente criada para os espaços de Serralves, a mostra é composta, na sua maioria, por obras inéditas criadas a partir de raízes e troncos de laranjeiras, oliveiras, bambus e vides, sempre acompanhadas de vidros ou espelhos com textos que, para além de realçarem a importância da palavra na obra de Alberto Carneiro, envolvem o espectador através do seu reflexo: o "teu ser imaginante". As obras são assumidas como "momentos", reiterando o facto do percurso do espectador ocorrer não só no espaço como também no tempo.

    Produção: Fundação de Serralves

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