1. 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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    • Beacons

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      Beacons Daniel Arsham/Snarkitecture Miami FL 2012 The illumination of the Marlins Ballpark super-columns uses the simple concept of revealing and concealing through the use of light. Standing nearly 200 feet in height, each of the four columns fades up and down as if the light is a breath, appearing and disappearing in subtly varying rhythms. The scale of the columns and the oscillating light allow this effect to be visible at great distances through the city, acting as a beacon drawing fans to the ballpark and announcing events occurring within. This artwork is part of the collection of Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places program, made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

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      • Odin x Snarkitecture (Installation)

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        • Beacons

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          Beacons Daniel Arsham/Snarkitecture Miami FL 2012 The illumination of the Marlins Ballpark super-columns uses the simple concept of revealing and concealing through the use of light. Standing nearly 200 feet in height, each of the four columns fades up and down as if the light is a breath, appearing and disappearing in subtly varying rhythms. The scale of the columns and the oscillating light allow this effect to be visible at great distances through the city, acting as a beacon drawing fans to the ballpark and announcing events occurring within. This artwork is part of the collection of Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places program, made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

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          • Why Patterns

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            A collaboration with choreographer Jonah Bokaer, Why Patterns is a performance in which the visual design emerges from a single ping-pong ball that is introduced into a frame on stage, initiating a series of choreographed games. Unpredictable results trigger events that flood the stage with thousands of balls, which are manipulated by the movements of the dancers as the square frame is collapsed. Credits: Choreography: Jonah Bokaer Stage design: Snarkitecture Music: "Why Patterns" by Morton Feldman (1978) Additional Music: ARP / Alexis Georgopoulos (2011) Lighting design: Aaron Copp Costumes: Richard Chai Dancers: CC Chang, James McGinn, Irena Misirlic, Adam H. Weinert Catapult: Timothy Stanley

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            • Daniel Arsham's DIG / Snarkitecture at Storefront for Art and Architecture, April 23rd, 2011 New York

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              Daniel Arsham's DIG / Snarkitecture at Storefront for Art and Architecture, April 23rd, 2011 , on Kenmare Street, New York

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