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Brunch at The Bass: Media Art & Where It’s Going!
Sunday, Mar 13
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Barbara London will discuss the work of artists who have consistently engaged with new technologies. From pioneering activists Nam June Paik and Dara Birnbaum, to Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Alex Israel, and Naama Tsabar, London will reflect upon the insightful ways these artists inspire.
Brunch at The Bass is a members-only series. Members at the Affiliate ($250) level and above receive complimentary access for two. Artist/Student/Teacher ($25), General ($50) and Dual/Family ($100) level members can attend Breakfast at The Bass for a cost of $20 per person.
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ABOUT BARBARA LONDON
Barbara London is a curator and writer, who founded the video-media exhibition and collection programs at The Museum of Modern Art, where she worked between 1973 and 2013. Her recent projects include the podcast series Barbara London Calling, 2020 and 2021, the book Video Art/The First Fifty Years (Phaidon: 2020), and the exhibition “Seeing Sound” (Independent Curators International), 2021-2026. London was the first to integrate the Internet as part of curatorial practice, with Stir-fry (1994); Internyet (1998); and dot.jp. (1999.) She organized one-person shows with such media mavericks as Laurie Anderson, Peter Campus, Teiji Furuhashi, Gary Hill, Joan Jonas, Shigeko Kubota, Nam June Paik, Song Dong, Steina Vasulka, Bill Viola, and Zhang Peili. Her thematic exhibitions at MoMA included Soundings: A Contemporary Score (2013); Looking at Music (2009); Video Spaces (1995); Music Video: the Industry and Its Fringes (1985); and Video from Tokyo to Fukui and Kyoto (1979). London’s writing has appeared in numerous catalogs and publications, including ArtForum, Flash Art, Yishu, Leonardo, Art Asia Pacific, Art in America, Millennium Film Journal, Modern Painter, and the Guardian.
Brunch at The Bass is generously sponsored by Christie’s.