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REFRACTED REALITIES at VIDEONALE.17

In optics, “refraction” refers to the bending of a beam of light, a change in direction which occurs at the moment when it passes from one medium to another. Through refraction, the light wave alters course, changing the way we perceive the objects it illuminates in the process. This optical deviation requires us to repeatedly correct our gaze, comparing the beginning and end points of our perception with reality, and bringing the object we see clearly into focus. In its figurative sense, refraction refers to a critical reflection on the means and channels of visualization, and by extension the possibility of a rearticulation of our view of things – how they are, were, or apparently always have been.
Image: © Sohrab Hura

Critics’ Pick: Loop Fair Barcelona 2018 by Nicole Büsing and Heiko Klaas

Barcelona. At the end of November 2018 the 16th edition of the video fair LOOP took place in Barcelona. Founded by the gallery owners Emilio Álvarez and Carlos Durán, the special fair is internationally regarded as the most important meeting of the video scene. During the three intensive days of the fair, embedded in the ten-day LOOP Festival, artistic director Carolina Ciuti succeeded in bringing important protagonists of the international video scene to the Catalan capital.
Image: © Hans Op de Beeck

Expanding Bauhaus.
New Reflections on the Bauhaus Movement in Time-Based Media Art
/ Goethe Institute Netherlands

A screening series selected by Elke Kania (Cologne), Julia Sökeland (Hamburg) and Ludwig Seyfarth (Berlin)

With its combination of various arts such as painting, photography film, architecture, fashion, product and interior design and textile art, the Bauhaus is still considered the epitome of a technologically advanced modernity. Last but not least, the attempt to create the whole society aesthetically, inspired many artists worldwide.
Image: © Adnan Softic

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Von Kelterborn Collection

Over the past 20 years, the Frankfurt couple Mario and Julia von Kelterborn have put together a collection mostly of politically explosive, socially themed video art and photography by internationally known artists. It is their conviction that art can help us to understand the present day with all its complexity, contradictions and disturbing cruelty, but also its positive potential.
image: © Richard Mosse

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Johan Grimonprez

Johan Grimonprez’s critically acclaimed work dances on the borders of practice and theory, art and cinema, documentary and fiction, demanding a double take on the part of the viewer. Informed by an archeology of present-day media, his work seeks out the tension between the intimate and the bigger picture of globalization. It questions our contemporary sublime, one framed by a fear industry that has infected political and social dialogue. By suggesting new narratives through which to tell a story, his work emphasizes a multiplicity of realities.
image: © Johan Griminprez

64th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2018

In the course of more than five decades, the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen has become one of the world's most respected film events and in its 64th issue over 500 films were shown selected out of more than 7.000 films submitted.
Image: © Dimitri Venkov

Christoph Faulhaber: Revolution & Architecture

Kunsthalle Osnabrück / June 15 to October 2, 2018
With "Revolution & Architecture" Christoph Faulhaber (* 1972 in Osnabrück, lives in Hamburg) conceives, builds, designs and opens a whole series of very different rooms in the Kunsthalle Osnabrück. In order to discover the revolutionary aspect of these "architectures", one has to look at the social implications of interior design in general. In the forum the visitor then enters Faulhaber's cinematic autobiography "Every Picture is an Empty Picture" as in the eye of the cyclone: The work is split into 15 individual films and surrounds the visitor in a circle.
Image: © Christoph Faulhaber

B3 – ON DESIRE

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Rafaël Rozendaal

Works


Galleries

Steve Turner Contemporary
Jonathan Hoyt
6830 Santa Monica Blvd
CA 90038 Los Angeles
United States

Phone: +1 323-460-6830.
E-Mail: jonathan@steveturner.la




Biography

Born 1980, Amsterdam
Lives and works everywhere

Solo and two-person exhibitions

2013
Everything you see is in the past, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Cold Void, KK Outlet, Los Angeles
6 websites, Salon 94 Bowery, New York (arranged by Mark Brown)

2012
In Motion, W/--- Projects, New York
Everything Always Everywhere, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles
Without Hesitation, Tokyo (in collaboration with Calvin Klein Global Creative Director Kevin Carrigan)
Everything Dies, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Germany (curated by Vlado Velkov)
In and Out, Tetem, The Netherlands

2011
New Information, Nordin Gallery, Stockholm
In Motion, W/--- Projects, New York (curated by Jiminie Ha)
The Shift, W139, Amsterdam (curated by Tim Voss)
To Walk The Night, Gloria Maria Gallery, Milan

2010
Thank You Very Much, Future Gallery, Berlin
Perfect Vacuum, Galeri Pictura, Sweden (curated by Johanna Bergmark)
Broken Self, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York
Yes For Sure, NIMk, Amsterdam (curated by Petra Heck)
I’m good, TSCA, Tokyo

2009
Really Really Big, NP3, Groningen

2007
Flaming Log, Carmelitas Gallery, Barcelona
Piece by Piece, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona (curated by Marti Peran)

2005
Neen Season, Sketch, London

2004
It Will Never be the Same, Quarantine, Amsterdam
New Rafael, M+R Gallery, London

2002
White Trash, Electronic Orphanage, Los Angeles

Selected group exhibitions

2014
Liquid Crystal Display: Young Artworks with Jeremy Blake, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles (curated by Michael Connor and
Nate Hitchcock)

2013
Paddles On!, Philips, New York (curated by Lindsey Howard)
Being in the Wired World, Kawasaki City Museum, Japan
Book Machine, Centre Pompidou, Paris (curated by One Star Press)
Node Festival, Kunstverein Frankfurt
#FutureMyth, 319 Scholes, New York
Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship, Carroll/Fletcher, London
Art Brussels (with Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles)
Proyecto Basurto, Mexico City (organized by Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles)
Notes on a New Nature: Place, Myth and Memory, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam (curated by Nicholas O'Brien)
DECENTER, Abrons Arts Center, New York (curated by Andrianna Campbell & Daniel S. Palmer)
BYOB Mobile, Printed Matter, New York

2012
Mythology Online, Polytechnical Museum, Moscow
Bright Lights After Armageddon, Pablo’s Birthday, New York (curated by Mark Brown)
Seoul Square, Seoul, Korea (curated by Lauren Cornell and the New Museum)
BYOB MOCA LA, MOCA Geffen, Los Angeles (curated by Mike D)
Richteriana, Postmasters Gallery, New York
Dotcom, Centre d’Art Bastille, Grenoble
Nova, Museu da Imagem e do Som de São Paulo
DLD Conference, Germany (curated by Johannes Fricke & Hans Ulrich Obrist)

2011
BYOB: Games, Postmasters Gallery, New York (curated by Paul Slocum,)
Extimacy, CACT, Lugano, Switzerland (curated by Pier Giorgio De Pinto)
BYOB Amsterdam, W139 (curator)
BYOB Tokyo, Tokyo (curated by Yosuke Kurita)
BYOB Venezia, Venice Biennial (curator)
File Festival, Rio de Janeiro
Rhizome at the Armory, New York (curated by Lauren Cornell)
BYOB Paris, Paris (curated by Nicolas Maigret)
BYOB London, London (curated by Kernel)
Rojo Nova Festival, Rio de Janeiro (curated by David Quiles Guilló)
DLD Conference, Munich (curated by Johannes Fricke)

2010
Speedshow/PeepShow, Hong Kong (curated by Hitomi Hasegawa)
BYOB NYC, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York (curator)
Bal Jaune Ricard, Paris (curated by Claire Staebler)
BYOB Athens, Kunsthalle Athena (curated by Angelo Plessas)
Speedshow, Amsterdam (curated by Aram Bartholl)
Happy is a place, Mexico City (curated by Violeta Solís Horcasitas)
Taipei Art Fair with TSCA, Taiwan
BYOB (bring your own beamer), Berlin (curated with Anne de Vries)
Binary Code View, The Agency, London
Kunsthalle Athena, Athens (curated by Marina Fokidis)
Multiplex, Munich (curated by Vvork)
Preferiría (si) Hacerlo, Bogotá
Texture Maps, Nest, The Hague (curated by Eelco van der Lingen)
Circa art fair, Preteen gallery, Puerto Rico
Better Brain: Projected Manifestations of Futurity, Future Gallery, Berlin
Don’t worry, be happy!, Mama, Rotterdam (curated by Gerben Willers)

2009
The Last Session, Amsterdam (curated by Jan van Woensel)
AFK sculpture park (away from keyboard), Berlin (curated by aids-3D)
Afficha Festival, Moscow (curated by Roman Mazurenko)
Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Internet, Venice (curated by Miltos Manetas and Jan Aman)
The New Easy, Art News, Berlin (curated by Lars Eijssen)
Are you sure you are you?, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York
101 art fair project room, Tokyo (curated by Kosuke Fujitaka)
Straylight Cavern, Cell Project Space, London
The Real Thing, MU art foundation, Eindhoven (curated by vvork)

2008
Love Delirium, Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna
FILE, São Paulo
Rhizome commissions, New Museum, New York
Point of no Return, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin (curated by Caroline Hancock)
The Long Cigarette, 11, Amsterdam
Webcra.sh, Pictura, Dordrecht (curated by Jodi)

2007
Dazed & Confused vs. Andy Warhol, England (curated by Jerome Sans, Baltic Mill)
Existential Computing, Hayward Gallery, London
Much Better Than This, Horsecross, Perth

2006
Neen Evening, Amsterdam
Unlike the Rest, Liquid Room, Tokyo
Neen Demo, Benaki Museum, Athens (curated by Angelo Plessas)
RAI art fair, GMVZ, Amsterdam
Superneen, Galleria Pack, Milan
ARCO Madrid (with Galeria Dels Angels, Barcelona), Madrid
Inside Out, fondsbkvb, Amsterdam

2005
Loop of Neen, Loop Festival, Barcelona
Bienal de Valencia, Spain (curated by Franck Gautherot and Seung-duk Kim)
Sonar Festival, Barcelona
It Will Never be the Same, le Magasin, Grenoble, France (curated by Claude Closky)

2004
Neen Porn, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona
New Masters of Universe, MoCA Taipei, Taiwan (curated by Wonil Rhee)
NeenToday, MU Art Foundation, Eindhoven, Netherlands (curator)
I am Very Very Sorry, Gallery MVZ, Amsterdam

2002
Afterneen, Casco, Utrecht, Netherlands
Neen World, Vilette Numerique, Paris
WhitneyBiennial.com, New York

2001
Biennale.net, Deitch Projects, New York
Tirana Biennale, Albania

Selected bibliography

2013
Doms, Annette. “Rafaël Rozendaal,” Künstler - Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst (Neu-Isenburg: Der
Kunsthandel Verlag) ISSN 0934-1730
Maloney, Jennifer. “Auction House Phillips Enters the Digital Age,” Wall Street Journal, September
Miranda, Carolina A. “The New World of Net Art,” ARTnews, June
Siner, Emily. “If the Internet is Your Canvas, You Paint in Zeros and Ones,” NPR All Tech Considered, November 3
Sifferlin, Alexandra. “Digital Art Clicks on the Auction Block,” TIME, October 21
Vartanian, Hrag. “Will An Auction Help Convince People There’s a Market for New Media Art?” Hyperallergic,
October 9
Van Der Poel, Daniël. “Digitale discriminatie,” Metropolism, April/May
2012
Saeed, Abdullah, “The Mission to Turn Times Square into a Massive Art Gallery,” The Creators Project, October 17
2011
Gouzer, Malka. “The Web Rafaël Rozendaal Weaves,” Inter view, February 7
Goffo, Andrea. “Rafaël Rozendaal,” Vogue Italia Blog, March 15
Van Tienen, Jan. “Rafaël Rozendaal,” VICE, Vol. 5 No. 12
Winter, Caroline, “Smart Robots, Digital Dollars Lure Collectors as Internet Rocks Art World,” Bloomberg, June 7
Davies-Crook, Susanna. “BYOB,” Dazed and Confused
2010
Boutin, Christophe. “Brand New: Rafaël Rozendaal,” Flash Art, May/June
Quaranta, Domenico. “El Arte de los Ciberdanos,”La Tempestad
2009
Aman, Jan, “In at the Deep End,” Dazed and Confused, September
Brereton, Richard. “Make Popcorn Online: Art & the Internet,” Elephant, Winter
2006
Rollin, Laurent. “Pientures sur Toile,” Ecrans, July 1
2003
Manetas, Miltos. “Neenstars Neenstar: #1 Rafaël Rozendaal,” purple, no. 15, Spring/Summer

Rafaël Rozendaal
Born 1980, Amsterdam Lives and works everywhere Solo and two-person exhibitions 2013 Everything you see is in the past, Postmasters Gallery, New York Cold Void, KK Outlet, Los Angeles 6 websites, Salon 94 Bowery, New York (arranged by Mark Brown) 2012 In Motion, W/--- Projects, New York Everything Always Everywhere, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles Without Hesitation, Tokyo (in collaboration with Calvin Klein Global Creative Director Kevin Carrigan) Everything Dies, Kunstverein Arnsberg, Germany (curated by Vlado Velkov) In and Out, Tetem, The Netherlands 2011 New Information, Nordin Gallery, Stockholm In Motion, W/--- Projects, New York (curated by Jiminie Ha) The Shift, W139, Amsterdam (curated by Tim Voss) To Walk The Night, Gloria Maria Gallery, Milan 2010 Thank You Very Much, Future Gallery, Berlin Perfect Vacuum, Galeri Pictura, Sweden (curated by Johanna Bergmark) Broken Self, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York Yes For Sure, NIMk, Amsterdam (curated by Petra Heck) I’m good, TSCA, Tokyo 2009 Really Really Big, NP3, Groningen 2007 Flaming Log, Carmelitas Gallery, Barcelona Piece by Piece, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona (curated by Marti Peran) 2005 Neen Season, Sketch, London 2004 It Will Never be the Same, Quarantine, Amsterdam New Rafael, M+R Gallery, London 2002 White Trash, Electronic Orphanage, Los Angeles Selected group exhibitions 2014 Liquid Crystal Display: Young Artworks with Jeremy Blake, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles (curated by Michael Connor and Nate Hitchcock) 2013 Paddles On!, Philips, New York (curated by Lindsey Howard) Being in the Wired World, Kawasaki City Museum, Japan Book Machine, Centre Pompidou, Paris (curated by One Star Press) Node Festival, Kunstverein Frankfurt #FutureMyth, 319 Scholes, New York Brand Innovations for Ubiquitous Authorship, Carroll/Fletcher, London Art Brussels (with Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles) Proyecto Basurto, Mexico City (organized by Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles) Notes on a New Nature: Place, Myth and Memory, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam (curated by Nicholas O'Brien) DECENTER, Abrons Arts Center, New York (curated by Andrianna Campbell & Daniel S. Palmer) BYOB Mobile, Printed Matter, New York 2012 Mythology Online, Polytechnical Museum, Moscow Bright Lights After Armageddon, Pablo’s Birthday, New York (curated by Mark Brown) Seoul Square, Seoul, Korea (curated by Lauren Cornell and the New Museum) BYOB MOCA LA, MOCA Geffen, Los Angeles (curated by Mike D) Richteriana, Postmasters Gallery, New York Dotcom, Centre d’Art Bastille, Grenoble Nova, Museu da Imagem e do Som de São Paulo DLD Conference, Germany (curated by Johannes Fricke & Hans Ulrich Obrist) 2011 BYOB: Games, Postmasters Gallery, New York (curated by Paul Slocum,) Extimacy, CACT, Lugano, Switzerland (curated by Pier Giorgio De Pinto) BYOB Amsterdam, W139 (curator) BYOB Tokyo, Tokyo (curated by Yosuke Kurita) BYOB Venezia, Venice Biennial (curator) File Festival, Rio de Janeiro Rhizome at the Armory, New York (curated by Lauren Cornell) BYOB Paris, Paris (curated by Nicolas Maigret) BYOB London, London (curated by Kernel) Rojo Nova Festival, Rio de Janeiro (curated by David Quiles Guilló) DLD Conference, Munich (curated by Johannes Fricke) 2010 Speedshow/PeepShow, Hong Kong (curated by Hitomi Hasegawa) BYOB NYC, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York (curator) Bal Jaune Ricard, Paris (curated by Claire Staebler) BYOB Athens, Kunsthalle Athena (curated by Angelo Plessas) Speedshow, Amsterdam (curated by Aram Bartholl) Happy is a place, Mexico City (curated by Violeta Solís Horcasitas) Taipei Art Fair with TSCA, Taiwan BYOB (bring your own beamer), Berlin (curated with Anne de Vries) Binary Code View, The Agency, London Kunsthalle Athena, Athens (curated by Marina Fokidis) Multiplex, Munich (curated by Vvork) Preferiría (si) Hacerlo, Bogotá Texture Maps, Nest, The Hague (curated by Eelco van der Lingen) Circa art fair, Preteen gallery, Puerto Rico Better Brain: Projected Manifestations of Futurity, Future Gallery, Berlin Don’t worry, be happy!, Mama, Rotterdam (curated by Gerben Willers) 2009 The Last Session, Amsterdam (curated by Jan van Woensel) AFK sculpture park (away from keyboard), Berlin (curated by aids-3D) Afficha Festival, Moscow (curated by Roman Mazurenko) Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Internet, Venice (curated by Miltos Manetas and Jan Aman) The New Easy, Art News, Berlin (curated by Lars Eijssen) Are you sure you are you?, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York 101 art fair project room, Tokyo (curated by Kosuke Fujitaka) Straylight Cavern, Cell Project Space, London The Real Thing, MU art foundation, Eindhoven (curated by vvork) 2008 Love Delirium, Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna FILE, São Paulo Rhizome commissions, New Museum, New York Point of no Return, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin (curated by Caroline Hancock) The Long Cigarette, 11, Amsterdam Webcra.sh, Pictura, Dordrecht (curated by Jodi) 2007 Dazed & Confused vs. Andy Warhol, England (curated by Jerome Sans, Baltic Mill) Existential Computing, Hayward Gallery, London Much Better Than This, Horsecross, Perth 2006 Neen Evening, Amsterdam Unlike the Rest, Liquid Room, Tokyo Neen Demo, Benaki Museum, Athens (curated by Angelo Plessas) RAI art fair, GMVZ, Amsterdam Superneen, Galleria Pack, Milan ARCO Madrid (with Galeria Dels Angels, Barcelona), Madrid Inside Out, fondsbkvb, Amsterdam 2005 Loop of Neen, Loop Festival, Barcelona Bienal de Valencia, Spain (curated by Franck Gautherot and Seung-duk Kim) Sonar Festival, Barcelona It Will Never be the Same, le Magasin, Grenoble, France (curated by Claude Closky) 2004 Neen Porn, Galeria dels Angels, Barcelona New Masters of Universe, MoCA Taipei, Taiwan (curated by Wonil Rhee) NeenToday, MU Art Foundation, Eindhoven, Netherlands (curator) I am Very Very Sorry, Gallery MVZ, Amsterdam 2002 Afterneen, Casco, Utrecht, Netherlands Neen World, Vilette Numerique, Paris WhitneyBiennial.com, New York 2001 Biennale.net, Deitch Projects, New York Tirana Biennale, Albania Selected bibliography 2013 Doms, Annette. “Rafaël Rozendaal,” Künstler - Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst (Neu-Isenburg: Der Kunsthandel Verlag) ISSN 0934-1730 Maloney, Jennifer. “Auction House Phillips Enters the Digital Age,” Wall Street Journal, September Miranda, Carolina A. “The New World of Net Art,” ARTnews, June Siner, Emily. “If the Internet is Your Canvas, You Paint in Zeros and Ones,” NPR All Tech Considered, November 3 Sifferlin, Alexandra. “Digital Art Clicks on the Auction Block,” TIME, October 21 Vartanian, Hrag. “Will An Auction Help Convince People There’s a Market for New Media Art?” Hyperallergic, October 9 Van Der Poel, Daniël. “Digitale discriminatie,” Metropolism, April/May 2012 Saeed, Abdullah, “The Mission to Turn Times Square into a Massive Art Gallery,” The Creators Project, October 17 2011 Gouzer, Malka. “The Web Rafaël Rozendaal Weaves,” Inter view, February 7 Goffo, Andrea. “Rafaël Rozendaal,” Vogue Italia Blog, March 15 Van Tienen, Jan. “Rafaël Rozendaal,” VICE, Vol. 5 No. 12 Winter, Caroline, “Smart Robots, Digital Dollars Lure Collectors as Internet Rocks Art World,” Bloomberg, June 7 Davies-Crook, Susanna. “BYOB,” Dazed and Confused 2010 Boutin, Christophe. “Brand New: Rafaël Rozendaal,” Flash Art, May/June Quaranta, Domenico. “El Arte de los Ciberdanos,”La Tempestad 2009 Aman, Jan, “In at the Deep End,” Dazed and Confused, September Brereton, Richard. “Make Popcorn Online: Art & the Internet,” Elephant, Winter 2006 Rollin, Laurent. “Pientures sur Toile,” Ecrans, July 1 2003 Manetas, Miltos. “Neenstars Neenstar: #1 Rafaël Rozendaal,” purple, no. 15, Spring/Summer

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