Category: Jane Grant

MIRACOLO A MILANO: An evening of video-screenings, live set and cocktail party, curated by ECCENTRIC Art & Research at aA29 Project Room

Renato Casari, La scighera in Domm, 1960.

We are delighted to celebrate the end of the year presenting:

THE MIRACLE SERIES PART II: MIRACOLO A MILANO
An evening of video-screenings, live set and cocktail party:

Sarah Ciraci, Baptiste Debombourg, Jane Grant, Chiara Leonardi, Isabella Pers, Matilde Sambo, Axel Straschnoy, Massimiliano Viel.

Friday December 14th, 6.30pm

Hosted by AA29 Project Room Milano
Curated by ECCENTRIC Art & Research

Programme:

Isabella Pers, Present, 2016, 9′ 29”.

Matilde Sambo, to the last, 2016, 5′ 23”.

Axel Straschnoy, Le rappel à l’ordre, 2016, 13′ 35”.

Baptiste Debombourg, Rétrovision, 2012-13, 5′ 58”.

Sarah Ciracì, Watershed, 2013, 22′ 34”.

Chiara Leonardi, Alice, 2016, 14′.

Jane Grant, Soft Moon, 2010, 7′ 36”.
Massimiliano Viel, Recombinant, live set,

and santé!

THE MIRACLE SERIES PART II: MIRACOLO A MILANO
Curated by ECCENTRIC Art & Research
Friday December 14th, 6.30pm
aA29 Project Room Milano
Piazza Caiazzo 3,
first floor, #2

 

Jane Grant at GRANULAR colloquium and exhibition, University of Greenwich Galleries.

 

Utilising a range of formats from audio-visual performance to talks, Granular: The Material Properties of Noise event is an experiential investigation of noise as a granular entity. State changes are a central theme. Processes of disintegration and/or reintegration of material elements at a granular level are explored, both as the mode of transference between states (whether physical or digital) and the means by which a thing starts or ceases to be.

The colloquium will take place on January 26 and 27 from 10 am – 5pm at The University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Building and is held in association with the exhibition Granular: The Material Properties of Noise. The event will be followed by a private viewing of the exhibition.

Chaired by Dr. Stephen Kennedy, University of Greenwich, Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts
(author: Chaos Media: A Sonic Economy of Digital Space – Bloomsbury 2015)
Keynote: Greg Hainge , University of Queensland, Associate Professor, School of Languages and Cultures
(author: Noise Matters: Towards an Ontology of Noise – Bloomsbury 2013)
Contributors include Russell Duke, Jane Grant, Antonio Roberts, Dr David Ryan, Charles Danby and Rob Smith.

For more information on the event please click here.

For more information on Jane Grant please click here.

 

Image: Jane Grant, Soft Moon (2010).

Il catalogo di Naturalia et artificialia è ora scaricabile dal sito di ECCENTRIC Art & Research

Mentre prepariamo la nostra prossima mostra, potete sfogliare e scaricare il catalogo di Naturalia et artificialia in versione digitale dalla nostra pagina (per il momento, in italiano, in English coming soon!):

Scaricare direttamente / direct dowload

Sflogliare sulla pagina / browse on website

 

ECCENTRIC Art & Research now represents the work of Jane Grant.

Jane Grant; Suspension (1998). Double projection, video-tape, silent, looped.

 

We are thrilled to announce that ECCENTRIC Art & Research now represents the work of Jane Grant.

Jane Grant is an artist and writer. Her work explores ideas in art and science, specifically astrophysics, neuroscience and the history of scientific ideas.
Her sonic artwork Ghost was premiered at ISEA Istanbul, this work explored the temporal, topological networks and pathways of the cortex in conjunction with brain hallucination or ‘neural ghosts.’ Jane sometimes works collaboratively creating award winning works such as The Fragmented Orchestra, a vast sonic artwork based on neuronal firing patterns in the brain, which won the PRSF Award for New Music and an Honorary Mention at Prix Ars and Plasticity which was premiered at the BFI, onedotzero festival and Google Campus, London. She recently created Fathom, a huge artwork that sonically immersed participants in an underwater sound environment by creating a sonic surface 6ft above the floor.
Jane is currently working on a triptych of artworks, Other Worlds, One Hundred Million Ghosts and How to Disappear Completely, which are about longing, black holes and the multiverse.
Jane writes about noise, the mutability of matter, desire and astrophysics. She is Associate Professor (Reader) in Digital Arts at Plymouth University where she is co-director of the research group Art and Sound and Principle Supervisor in the Planetary Collegium, CAiiA-Node.

For more information on the artist please click here.

About Suspension (1998):

‘Suspension traces the endeavors of technological progress; somber reflections on the hopeless attempt to defy gravity, to lift off, to take flight from the human inevitable. This looped work is given continuity through repetition, the suspension or extension of an instant. The work avoids preludes and outcomes, hovering in the midst of an event-less presence like lost, found or isolated film footage’.

Emma Posey (1998) in the exhibition catalogue Still, Jane Grant, published by Chapter, Wales.