The Performance Art Institute of San Francisco proudly presents:
An Exhibition Curated and organized by Hanna Regev
November 9 Opening at 6:30 p.m.
At 75 Boardman Place, San Francisco
Hanna Regev curator of “The Future Imagined: What’s Next.” This exhibit is a production in three acts and part of the 2012 Zero1 Biennial opens November 9, 2012 and ends January 15 2013). Regev co-curated with Justin Hoover “Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance,” at SOMARTs, “Left to Chance: The Accidental Book Art” at the San Francisco Center for the Book, and “The Jaffo Mango: History, Myth, and Memory” at the IcTus Gallery with Kaya Minn. Regev is also the curator of “Keeping an Eye on Surveillance,” “Mining the Cracks, Drips, and Markings” with Nancy Genn and Jim Melchert (2011), “The Seduction of Duchamp: Bay Area Artists’ Response,” and “Banned and Recovered: An Artists Intervention, a traveling exhibit with Exhibit Envoy.
Regev has an M.A. in Museum Studies and M.A. in Modern European History from San Francisco State University. She works with cultural organizations and art galleries in San Francisco and the Bay Area, producing cultural public programs and developing adult public programs in history, art, and museum practice.
Kirk Amyx, Michael Bartalos, Chris Bell, JD Beltran with Nigel Poor, Philip Benn with Peter Belkin, Guillermo Bert, Antonio Cortez, Nicholas de Monchaux, Ala Ebtekar, Michal Gavish with Yigal Blum, Roey Shaviv, Ruth Stark, and Etty Yaniv, Daniel Joshua Goldstein, Laura Greig, Farley Gwazda, Robin Hill (Janco Gravner), Theodora Varney Jones with Penny Olson and Rosa Anna de Filippis, Pantea Karimi with Daniel Konhauser, Carrie Katz with Sesh Mudumbai, Indira Martina Morre, Penny Nii with Mohammed Alabababidi and Enrique Gavidia, Luke Ogrydziak and Zoe Prillinger, Renee Rhodes, Tim Rosoborough, Paolo Salvagione, DC Spensley with Peter Spangler, Scott Summit, Yumika Tanaka, Tiffany Trenda, Corinne Whitaker, and Kenneth Wilkes.
The Performance Art Institute (PAI) is multifaceted art space dedicated to performance art and issues that matter in our society and culture. At the core of PAI is the artist-in-residence program, which is one of the first and only of its kind. In housing and showcasing new genre artists connected to performance, film, video, sound and avant-garde music, the artist-in-residence program focuses on the development and presentation of new work created in the freethinking and accessible atmosphere of PAI and San Francisco. Through creative alliances with local museums and nine bay area schools, artists from around the world are presented with the opportunity to meld their residency into the maximum creative environment to ideate, compose, perform and document fresh work.
ZERO1 Biennial founded in 2006 is a contemporary art event showcasing innovative artists who are working at the convergence of art and technology to reshape contemporary culture. The 2012 ZERO1 Biennial features an expanded program of exhibitions, public art installations, performances, and events including work by more than one hundred artists who challenge our notions of place and identity as they investigate the role Silicon Valley has played in changing the ways we work, live, and communicate globally.
To contact the artists or for further information, please call (415-566-7515) or
Contributors: Dr. Yigal Blum, Dr. Roey Shaviv, Prof. Ruth Stark, Etty Yaniv
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