1. SAHA: Sarkis

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    Sarkis (1938, İstanbul): 1957-1960 yılları arasında, İDGSA Resim Bölümü’nde öğrenim gördü. 1964’te gittiği Paris’i, sürekli yaşama ve çalışma alanı olarak seçti. 1988’de Paris’te Pontus Hulten’in yönettiği, Uluslararası Yüksek Plastik Sanatlar Enstitüsünde, professor olarak görev yapan sanatçı, halen bu görevini sürdürmektedir. İlk kişisel sergisini 1960’ta İstanbul’da (Alman Kültür Merkezi) açan Sarkis, çalışmalarını Paris’te yoğunlaştırdı. 1967’deki Paris Bienali’nde, Resim Dalı Birincilik ödülünü kazandı. 1985’te Fransa Kültür Bakanlığı tarafından Sanat ve Edebiyat Şövalyesi nişanıyla ödüllendirildi. 1990’da Officier des Arts et des Lattres nişanı aldı. 1992’de ise Franda Kültür Bakanlığının, heykel dalında verdiği Devlet Büyük Ödülü’nü kazandı. Çevresel sanat ve enstalasyon türündeki yapıtlarının yanı sıra, kavramsal resimleriyle de, çağdaş sanat oluşumları içinde yer alan Sarkis, Türkiye’de ‘Çaylak Sokağı’ adıyla ses bantları ve nesne enstalasyonuna dayalı olarak 1980’li yılların sonunda sergilediği işlerinde, geriye dönüşümlü bir çağrışım estetiği geliştirmiş olmasıyla tanınıyor.

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    • Perry Bard: Video in the Age of Youtube

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      Video in the Age of YouTube Perry Bard Tuesday, January 19, 2010 - 6:30pm Electronic media artist and SVA faculty member Perry Bard will speak about participatory culture and her current project Man With A Movie Camera: The Global Remake, which invites people around the world to create a mash-up of the 1929 Russian film. Bard has shown work at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Reina Sofia National Art Museum, Madrid; the Shang Elements Contemporary Art Museum, Beijing; and the Sao Paolo and Montreal Biennials. Presented by the BFA Fine Arts and BFA Visual & Critical Studies Departments.

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      • Sigalit Landau: The East Bound Salt Route and the Crystal Islands, September 10, 2012

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        Sigalit Landau gives the Ruth Ellen Steinman Bloustein and Edward J. Bloustein Memorial Lecture on September 9, 2012, at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University. This lecture is part of the Fertile Crescent Project, a showcase of exhibitions, lectures, performances, film screenings, and events focused on women from the Middle East. These programs explore matters of gender, homeland, geopolitics, theology, the environment, and transnationalism. The Fertile Crescent took place at Rutgers and Princeton Universities, and the Arts Council of Princeton between August 2012 and January 2013. This event was video taped by Joe Nanashe.

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        • 2010 L'Enfant Lecture on City Planning and Design: Barry Bergdoll

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          Barry Bergdoll, The Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art discusses MOMA's current exhibition "Rising Currents: Projects for New York's Waterfront." This innovative project addresses one of the most urgent challenges facing the nation's largest city: sea-level rise resulting from global climate change. Five inter-disciplinary teams have worked together to re-envision New York City's harbor and coastline. Filmed at The Chicago Cultural Center July 15th, 2010. Hosted by the American Planning Association and the National Building Museum. planning.org nbm.org

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          • A Conversation on Women and the Revolution in Egypt, Sept. 14, 2012

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            Presentation and conversation between Margot Badran (Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars) and Yasmine El-Rashidi (Hodder Fellow, Lewis Center for the Arts), moderated by Deepa Kumar (Media Studies and Middle Eastern Studies Departments, Rutgers University) that took place on September 14 2012, at the James Stewart Theater, Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University. This event was part of The Fertile Crescent Project, a showcase of exhibitions, lectures, performances, film screenings, and events focused on women from the Middle East. These programs explore matters of gender, homeland, geopolitics, theology, the environment, and transnationalism. This event was video taped by Joe Nanashe.

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            • Peter Hristoff

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              Peter Hristoff Tuesday, November 23, 2010 - 6:30pm SVA alumnus and faculty member Peter Hristoff (BFA 1981 Fine Arts) is a native of Turkey, a country that continues to inspire his work, from paintings and prints to patterned prayer rugs. He has exhibited in galleries across the U.S. and Turkey, including the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul and the Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery in New York. Hristoff will discuss his work and a recent collaboration with a collective of rug weavers in Gullubahce, Turkey. Presented by the BFA Fine Arts and BFA Visual & Critical Studies Departments.

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              • Joel Swanson Discusses his MAL Artist Residency at Counterpath (Denver, CO)

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                Our first artist-in-residence of the year was Denver-based conceptual artist Joel Swanson. At the invitation of MAL curator Mél Hogan, on Monday February 11, 2013, Swanson gave a talk about the project that he worked on, in and for the lab, on the history of computer keyboards, asking what symbolic or cultural meaning there might be in the presence or absence of certain keys. He had already done work with keyboards by way of his ultra-minimal, conceptual piece, called “Spacebar” from 2012. Swanson also presented new work at Counterpath from September 16th to the 20th. He gave an artist talk at the closing reception at Counterpath on September 20.

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                • Danielle Mysliwiec

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                  Danielle Mysliwiec Tuesday, November 2, 2010 - 6:30pm Artist Danielle Mysliwiec creates abstract paintings of intricately woven surfaces that are at once coming together and coming undone. In 2005 she co-founded the feminist performance group Brainstormers, which challenges gender discrimination in the art world. In her talk, Mysliwiec will trace the development of her paintings and various experimental processes in acrylic, digital and oil mediums; shed light on studio practice and life as an emerging artist; and give a brief overview of her work as an activist in the art world. Mysliwiec has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, the Bronx Museum of the Arts and other galleries and museums, and is currently assistant professor of painting and drawing at American University. Presented by the BFA Visual & Critical Studies Department.

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                  • i3 Lecture with Susan Bright

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                    One of the most exciting curatorial voices in our industry, Susan Bright joins us to talk about her most recent projects including her exploration of photographic representations of motherhood and the nature of "selfies". You may have some of her books on your bookshelf already - they include "Art Photography Now", "Auto Focus", "Face of Fashion" and "How We Are: Photographing Britain", the show she co-curated with Val Williams, which was the first major photography exhibition ever held at Tate Britain. Her talk is part of the i3: Images, Ideas, Inspiration lecture series, presented by MPS Digital Photography, which features presentations by digital photographers, hardware and software developers and industry experts.

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