1. Shelf Life #6: Donald Nally

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    Shelf Life #6: Donald Nally In-Formal Crossing Donald Nally, director of the Philadelphia-based postmodern choral group The Crossing, curates the sixth iteration of our ongoing Shelf Life series. In this video, Nally discusses the work of The Crossing, as represented by his display—a visual equivalent for his musical concerns, which includes blocks of color, carefully chosen textures, and handwritten quotations that speak to a composer's practice of "creating something from nothing."

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    • Shelf Life #4: Germaine Ingram, Video 2

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      Shelf Life #4: Germaine Ingram Discovery Zones/Journal #33 Video 2 The fourth iteration of our ongoing Shelf Life series features an installation by contemporary jazz tap artist and 2010 Pew Fellow in the Arts Germaine Ingram. This display, which features a simulation of Ingram’s bed, is littered with research paraphernalia—journals and books in various states of use. In perusing the elements, it becomes clear that the primary subject of inquiry for Ingram at the particular moment captured by this installation is a question posited by Ralph Lemon that Ingram has re-applied to her own practice: How do you tap dance race?

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      • Shelf Life #4: Germaine Ingram, Video 1

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        Shelf Life #4: Germaine Ingram Discovery Zones/Journal #33 Video 1 The fourth iteration of our ongoing Shelf Life series features an installation by contemporary jazz tap artist and 2010 Pew Fellow in the Arts Germaine Ingram. This display, which features a simulation of Ingram’s bed, is littered with research paraphernalia—journals and books in various states of use. In perusing the elements, it becomes clear that the primary subject of inquiry for Ingram at the particular moment captured by this installation is a question posited by Ralph Lemon that Ingram has re-applied to her own practice: How do you tap dance race?

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        • No Longer Empty // Manon Slome

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          DEBRAIN presents: "Profiles of interesting people" An interview with Manon Slome, founder and curator of No Longer Empty.

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          • Hans Ulrich Obrist on an expanded notion of curation

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            Hans Ulrich Obrist looks to an expanded notion of curating, going beyond the boundaries of the discipline and new ideas on installing exhibitions. Designindaba.com hosts hundreds of videos of speaker presentations and interviews and world design news. Updated daily, its content features the most cutting-edge design thinking and the work and ideas of the world's industry leaders in all the creative fields. Design Indaba is a multi-tiered platform committed to a better world through creativity. Established in 1995 with its flagship conference, it has evolved into a multidisciplinary experience that now consists of the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba Conference, Simulcast, Expo and FilmFest, as well as a host of parties, performances, training workshops, design projects, community initiatives and publications. View more inspiring videos like this one at http://www.designindaba.com/video

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            • Shelf Life #3: Anthony Campuzano

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              Shelf Life #3: Anthony Campuzano Put These Away or: The Storm, Transparent Things, and In Praise of Al's Grand Hotel Visual artist and 2009 Pew Fellow Anthony Campuzano created the third iteration of our ongoing Shelf Life series. Campuzano is known for his use of found language in his drawings, using text from such sources as newspaper headlines, Wikipedia entries, the covers of paperback novels, and song lyrics. He distills this language into succinct phrases that express a particular mood or capture the essence of an important headline.

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              • Prospectus (Time-lapse)

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                Time-lapse of the setting up and opening exhibition Prospectus at Chelsea College of Art & Design London by Blanca Regina. Voices and text: Neil Cummings and Taneesha Ahmed Full information http://www.neilcummings.com/content/prospectus Thanks to everyone at the Prospectus Team.

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                • Power Talks: Iwona Blazwick / 5 October 2008

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                  Iwona Blazwick is Director of London's Whitechapel Art Gallery and a dynamic force within the British Art World. Her talk is entitled Temple / White Cube / Laboratory. As Director, Blazwick spearheads the institution’s $26 million transformation of a former library adjoining the Gallery into a new arts resource. In her former position as Head of Exhibitions and Displays at Tate Modern, Blazwick played a key role in defining one of the world’s most popular art museums. Blazwick examines a hundred years of exhibitions at the Whitechapel to ask how curating and the conditions of looking have evolved. Video produced by John Verhaeven.

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                  • GETTING WORKS ON THE WALL - DEALING WITH GALLERIES

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                    Mariam Arcilla talks about her curatorial practice, and involvement with the Young Artists Mentoring Program, 19 KAREN and tinygold artist-run inititiave. Held at the 'Life After Uni: Getting Works on the Wall / Dealing with Art Galleries' talk on 11 March 2009 at Queensland University of Technology Art Museum, Brisbane. Getting Works on the Wall / Dealing with Art Galleries: Exhibitions are an integral part of a professional art practice. Come along to this forum to gain tips from those in the museum and gallery industry on how to secure an exhibition and what’s involved once you have a show planned. Learn the differences between public, commercial and artist run galleries and best practice guidelines for proposals and exhibitions. Life After Uni (LAU) is a series of free forums providing practical advice for anyone starting out in their arts career or for those who are interested in obtaining industry advice and knowledge. Doesn't matter if you're an emerging or established artist, a cultural worker or just have an interest in the arts - these seminars are for those who WANT to be in the KNOW. Presented by Artworkers & the Queensland University of Technology, and held at the QUT Art Museum in Brisbane City, these free forums are a great way to understand the current issues and get great advice from industry professionals. Video appears courtesy of Artsworkers and QUT Art Museum Copyright QUT: http://www.artmuseum.qut.edu.au/ Note: Sound quality is pretty low as this was recorded on a cam mic.

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                    • Power Talks: Richard Flood / 23 October 2009

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                      Richard Flood is Chief Curator of the New Museum. His talk is entitled Tearing Down the House – Notes on Contemporary Curating. Flood is a defining force in the contemporary art world. To inaugurate the New Museum’s SANAA-designed building in 2007, Flood initiated ‘Unmonumental,’ an exhibition that The New York Times described as “a gauntlet thrown down to other New York museums.” In his previous roles as Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the Walker Art Center, Flood’s curatorial projects included Brilliant: New Art from London and Zero to Infinity: Arte Povera 1962–1972. Former positions include curator at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, and Director of Barbara Gladstone Gallery. Video produced by John Verhaeven.

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