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Fields Like Waves at Songs for Presidents // July 3 – July 14 // Opening Friday July 3, 7-10pm// Film Program July 10+11 // Curated by Paulina Kowalczyk and Kaysie Hawke

Fields Like Waves showcases works by Michelle Huynh Chu, Antonia Kuo and Nancy Hubbard. Ranging across a variety of media, from painting, drawing, photogravure, photography and video, the exhibition captures the multiple performative dimensions of translating fluid reality into images. Presented alongside the exhibition is In Elapsentia, a 16mm film collaboration between Josh Lewis and Simon Liu.

[image – silver gelatin print, gouache, acrylic, graphite, 2015]


CURE THE NIGHT – Microscope Gallery

Monday June 15, 7:30pm
works by: Soojin Chang, Sophie Merrison-Thieme, Solgil Oh, Johanna Wagner, Antonia Kuo & Lily Jue Sheng, Chris Penalosa & Sean Julian, Shona Masarin & Cori Olinghouse, Lili Chin
curated by Bradley Eros / part of Microscope YES series

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Partnering with institutions such as The Museum of Art & Design, Tomorrow Lab, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, Printed Matter and Flux FactoryAce Hotel invited artists of all disciplines to stay every Sunday night and create.

Works on display by: Alexis GeorgopoulosFrank Lyon, Ariel Dill, Brooke for Ryder Ripps, Colin Self, Confection Ltd., Danniel SchoonebeekDaren Ho & Antonia Kuo, Denise Kupferschmitdt, DJ Chipotle, FCKNLZ, Francis Bitonti, Jason Polan, JD Samson, Jenni Hensler, John Keene, Krissy Wilson, Lesley Flanigan & Steven Reker, Mikael Kennedy,NOWORK, Patrick Higgins, Philip Birch, Queer Art+Technology, Stefan Marx, Sto Len & Asha Man, and Will Owen

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In partnership with LEAP Magazine, bāc-tā-gon is proud to present The Bibliorium 读树馆, taking place from September 26 to October 3, 2014, for the fourth edition of Beijing Design Week.

The Bibliorium 读树馆 will engage local audiences with a reading room and one week of programming, including a three-day symposium, the full archives of LEAP and Chutzpah, the launch of bāc-tā-gon’s new independent journal, 八家 BaJia, a curated library, temporary exhibitions, and a site-specific grove of book-trees by Beijing-based artist, Chen Zhiyuan 陈志远. From Friday, September 26 – Sunday, September 28, the symposium will address printed matter from a variety of perspectives via a diverse array of events, including blindfolded readings, experimental musical and art performances, roundtable discussions, film screenings, video installations, and workshops.

I will be showing a 16mm film/video collaboration with Lily Jue Sheng as part of the video installation and screening series MATERIAL FLUX 质流.

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“Seeing Double” (collaboration with Lily Jue Sheng) will be screening through Sight Unseen at EMP Collective in Baltimore, January 30th at 8pm.



Antonia Kuo
Niall McClelland

Greenpoint Terminal Gallery
67 West Street #320, Brooklyn, NY

December 13 – Jan 4

Opening Reception December 13 from 6 – 9 pm

Greenpoint Terminal Gallery is pleased to present Black Is A Blind Remembering, a split exhibition of works by artists Niall McClelland and Antonia Kuo. The exhibition features mixed media works emphasizing an engagement with the physicality and manipulation of materials associated with print and photographic reproduction. Through their idiosyncratic processes, McClelland and Kuo explore compelling visual illusions that probe the indefinable.