1. The Difference

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    This is documentation of a video and sound installation - a collaboration between sound artist Shawn Decker and light artist Jan Tichy, presented in Ptuj, Slovakia in the summer of 2011. The sound comes from the 5 speakers placed on the floor, and is synchronized with a projector which provides the light. The light is from a previous work by Tichy which also incorporated sculptural objects, and was used as the basis for this new work which added sound and replaced the sculptural objects with speakers.

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    • Jan Tichy @ The SIP Re/Views 1

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      Nagy was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as professor in the Bauhaus school. He was highly influenced by constructivism and a strong advocate of the integration of technology and industry into the arts.

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      • Public Light & Space: Ben Stagl

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        Ben Stagl's artist video for his public art proposal, Prison Without Bars. This is one of eleven videos that I produced for the Public Light & Space DVD. The videos accompanied the catalogue that I co-designed with Brian Pelsoh. The PLS class was a special course taught by Jaime Plensa (the Crown Fountain artist), John Manning (Art & Technology Studies) and Jan Tichy (Art & Technology Studies).

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        • Jan Tichy in Conversation with Jason Lazarus and Faheem Majeed

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          from MoCP, Columbia College Chicago / Added

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          Exhibiting artist Jan Tichy, along with artists and curators Jason Lazarus and Faheem Majeed will have a conversation on artistic practices that deal with collecting and collections. Jan Tichy works at the intersection of video, sculpture, architecture, sound and photography; many of his works combine these elements. Several of Tichy’s projects, like the exhibition 1979:1 —2012:21: Jan Tichy Works with the MoCP Collection, involve collaborations with museums including the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford CT; and the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, Chicago, where Tichy engages and creates works inspired by the institutions’ collections, histories, and practices. Held at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, November 13, 2012 In conjunction with the exhibition "1979:1 —2012:21: Jan Tichy Works with the MoCP Collection."

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          • Q&A, The SIP Re/Views 1, Part 1

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            Nagy was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as professor in the Bauhaus school. He was highly influenced by constructivism and a strong advocate of the integration of technology and industry into the arts.

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            • Ciné-Roman For Jan

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              Thomas Roach, Artist Ciné-Roman For Jan is a selection of forty-two works from the MoCP’s collection. It is a filmic essay consisting of photographs I responded to while cycling through the museum’s database by artist surname in reverse alphabetical order—Zimmerman to Abbott. (I printed copies of a much larger selection and arranged them on the floor of my office: omitting three-quarters and making pairings and a looping sequence with what remained.) In large part, my selection is related to the process of selection, or the way in which one looks for narrative or particular subject across photographs that carry an overwhelming volume of incidental information individually—for this reason, I was very attracted to Andre Kertesz's reading photographs. The title refers to Jan Tichy, whose recent work with the MoCP’s collection informed the stuttering binary structure of the final sequence.

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              • con·nect·ed

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                Samantha Hill, Artist con·nect·ed 1. Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established 2. Join together so as to provide access and communication I invite you to decipher this narrative within this video installation. To discover it’s hidden meaning. Interpretation is a personal journey. A story composed by one’s own mind. The images in the individual screens are connected through visual commonalities. The left and right screens are connected to inspire contemplation. It is my hope that you will join me in this investigation . . . To discover the moments we are connected.

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                • Delineations. HM Nugent and Jan Tichy

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                  Documentary Video of Delineations Installation, 2009 Learning Modern exhibition, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago.

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