1. Artists discuss Sedition

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    A selection of interviews with artists Tracey Emin, Isaac Julien, Michael Craig-Martin, Tim Noble and Sue Webster and Mat Collishaw who discuss the Sedition model of digital editions for screens and devices. (www.seditionart.com)

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    • Artist-to-Artist: Conversations at MOCA

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      The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) North Miami brings viewers Artist-to-Artist, an exciting new television series featuring some of the world’s most intriguing contemporary artists. Over the course of four, half-hour episodes premiering on Sundays in November, Artist-to-Artist will offer viewers insight into the practices of such artists as Tracey Emin, Malcolm Morley, David Salle, Mark Handforth and Shinique Smith along with 12 other renowned artists from the United States and abroad. Watch as the artists discuss their work, contemporary culture, and Miami’s remarkable emergence as an international art center, in this intimate exchange of ideas. Artists featured in the series are (in alphabetical order): Daniel Arsham, Tracey Emin, Naomi Fisher, Dara Friedman, Mark Handforth, Ragnar Kjartansson, Isaac Julien, Malcolm Morley, Jorge Pantoja, Enoc Perez, Richard Phillips, Jack Pierson, Matthew Ritchie, David Salle, Magnus Sigurdarson, and Shinique Smith. The Artist-to-Artist: Conversations at MOCA Television Series is made possible with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Artist-to-Artist Conversations at MOCA event on February 26, 2012 was sponsored by Sotheby's. ___________________________________________ A Victor Muniz / Peter Vahan Production

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      • Artist-to-Artist: Conversations at MOCA

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        The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) North Miami brings viewers Artist-to-Artist, an exciting new television series featuring some of the world’s most intriguing contemporary artists. Over the course of four, half-hour episodes premiering on Sundays in November, Artist-to-Artist will offer viewers insight into the practices of such artists as Tracey Emin, Malcolm Morley, David Salle, Mark Handforth and Shinique Smith along with 12 other renowned artists from the United States and abroad. Watch as the artists discuss their work, contemporary culture, and Miami’s remarkable emergence as an international art center, in this intimate exchange of ideas. Artists featured in the series are (in alphabetical order): Daniel Arsham, Tracey Emin, Naomi Fisher, Dara Friedman, Mark Handforth, Ragnar Kjartansson, Isaac Julien, Malcolm Morley, Jorge Pantoja, Enoc Perez, Richard Phillips, Jack Pierson, Matthew Ritchie, David Salle, Magnus Sigurdarson, and Shinique Smith. The Artist-to-Artist: Conversations at MOCA Television Series is made possible with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Artist-to-Artist Conversations at MOCA event on February 26, 2012 was sponsored by Sotheby's. ___________________________________________ A Victor Muniz / Peter Vahan Production

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        • Art Salon | Artist Talk

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          Isaac Julien, Artist, London Silvia Cubiña, Director, The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Date⎮Thursday, Dec 2, 2010

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          • Baustelle

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            Part of the five screen installation ‘Divine‘

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            • Bottletop Foundation | Cinematic Visions

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              • Documentation for ‘vyLö:t‘ (Video stream of a two channel video installation)

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                Documentation shot on Red Epic http://www.patrick-banfield.de/2.htm

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                • films4peace - Isaac Julien

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                  Isaac Julien Artist Statement “Mazu is a 16th century deity from the Fujian Province in South China, who is called upon by fishermen and sailors looking for peace and protection. In this short visual meditation, I have reworked the Mazu Myth, liberating her from this original context. Here, alone in these distilled film frames, we focus on the famous Chinese screen idol Maggie Cheung’s gestural performance, as she makes her haunting plea for peace and reconciliation. ‘Peace’ is often understood as an antonym of ‘war’ but it also has a broader meaning as freedom from disturbance. This is the peace longed for by the different generations of fishermen, cockle pickers, worldly travelers and migrants depicted in my film installations, such as Ten Thousand Waves, where Maggie Cheung first played the role of Mazu. People all over the word risk their lives daily in treacherous journeys, trying to reach difficult destinations, escaping famine and war, or improving their living conditions: risking everything to achieve a better life. I see this piece as Mazu serenading them all for peace. It is for those weary souls, who hopefully one day will receive the peace they deserve.” Biography Isaac Julien (born UK, 1960) currently lives and works in London, UK. He received a BA from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, University of Arts London (London, UK) in 1984. Julien received the Frameline Lifetime Achievement Award (San Francisco, USA) in 2002 and was nominated for the Turner Prize (London, UK) in 2001. His film Young Soul Rebels (1991) was awarded the SACD Prize, La Semaine de la Critique at the Cannes Film Festival (Cannes, France) in 1991. He has been included in the 17th Biennale of Sydney (Sydney, Australia) in 2010, The Second Guangzhou Triennial (Guangzhou, China) in 2005, and DAK’ART 2004, 6th Biennal of Contemporary Art (Dakar, Senegal) in 2004. Julien has had numerous solo exhibitions, including at the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France) in 2005, the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) in 2004, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (Chicago, USA) in 2000. He has been included in group exhibitions globally, including at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA) in 2009, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution (Washington, USA) in 2008, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (Sydney, Australia) in 2007. His work is included in public and private collections around the world, including the collections of The Museum of Modern Art (New York, USA), the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France), and the Tate (London, UK). Credits Artist – Isaac Julien Producer - PUMA.Peace Curator - Mark Coetzee Production Management - Shooting People Production Manager – Fiona Fletcher Curatorial Assistant - Owen Martin Featuring – Maggie Cheung as Peaceful Mazu Director – Isaac Julien Editor – Adam Finch

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                  • films4peace 2012 - Isaac Julien

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                    Isaac Julien – Artist Statement “Mazu is a 16th century deity from the Fujian Province in South China, who is called upon by fishermen and sailors looking for peace and protection. In this short visual meditation, I have reworked the Mazu Myth, liberating her from this original context. Here, alone in these distilled film frames, we focus on the famous Chinese screen idol Maggie Cheung’s gestural performance, as she makes her haunting plea for peace and reconciliation. Isaac Julien – Biography Isaac Julien (born UK, 1960) currently lives and works in London, UK. He received a BA from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, University of Arts London (London, UK) in 1984. Julien received the Frameline Lifetime Achievement Award (San Francisco, USA) in 2002 and was nominated for the Turner Prize (London, UK) in 2001. His film Young Soul Rebels (1991) was awarded the SACD Prize, La Semaine de la Critique at the Cannes Film Festival (Cannes, France) in 1991. He has been included in the 17th Biennale of Sydney (Sydney, Australia) in 2010, The Second Guangzhou Triennial (Guangzhou, China) in 2005, and DAK’ART 2004, 6th Biennal of Contemporary Art (Dakar, Senegal) in 2004. Julien has had numerous solo exhibitions, including at the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France) in 2005, the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam, the Netherlands) in 2004, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (Chicago, USA) in 2000. He has been included in group exhibitions globally, including at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA) in 2009, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution (Washington, USA) in 2008, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (Sydney, Australia) in 2007. His work is included in public and private collections around the world, including the collections of The Museum of Modern Art (New York, USA), the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France), and the Tate (London, UK). ‘Peace’ is often understood as an antonym of ‘war’ but it also has a broader meaning as freedom from disturbance. This is the peace longed for by the different generations of fishermen, cockle pickers, worldly travelers and migrants depicted in my film installations, such as Ten Thousand Waves, where Maggie Cheung first played the role of Mazu. People all over the word risk their lives daily in treacherous journeys, trying to reach difficult destinations, escaping famine and war, or improving their living conditions: risking everything to achieve a better life. I see this piece as Mazu serenading them all for peace. It is for those weary souls, who hopefully one day will receive the peace they deserve.” films4peace is an initiative of PUMA.Peace

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                    • Insights: Isaac Julien on "Western Union: Small Boats (The Leopard)" at UVP

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                      Some excerpts from Isaac Julien's UVP artist talk on Oct. 3, 2014 and documentation from the exhibition of his work, "Western Union: Small Boats (The Leopard)" projected by Urban Video Project (UVP) onto the Everson Museum of Art from Sept. 11 - Oct. 25, 2014. ABOUT THE WORK “WESTERN UNION: Small Boats (The Leopard)” concerns journeys made across the seas of the Mediterranean by so-called “clandestines” who leave Libya, escaping wars and famines. They can be seen as economic migrant workers, along with certain Europeans—“Angels” in Walter Benjamin’s terms—who bear witness to modernity’s failed hopes and dreams, and who now travel across oceanic spaces some never to arrive or return. This exhibition is part of "Celestial Naviagation: a year into the afro future", a year long program of exhibitions and events at UVP and partner organizations that takes afrofuturism as its point of departure. For more information on the exhibition at Urban Video Project, go to: urbanvideoproject.com/?p=2307

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