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Week of 09/01/2013–09/07/2013

This panel brings together artists and leading figures in the digital preservation field for a discussion on the theory and practice of preserving the fragile cultural artifacts and artworks of the computer… Conversations Born Digital: Conservation in the Computer Age
Beyond media specificity, what happens after videotape has been absorbed into a new medium—and what are the implications of these continuing shifts in format for how we understand access and preservation?… Conversations Always Already Obsolete: Considering the convergence of analog…
What is an archive? Is it a collection? Is it an object? Or a place? Is it always made up of old stuff? Is it only important things? Who decides what goes into it? Discover the possibilities of what… Teen and Family Programs First Saturdays for Families: What’s an archive?
New York–based web and broadcast program E.S.P. TV will shoot an episode in “XFR STN” at the New Museum, Thursday September 5, 7:30–8:15 p.m. Special guest Diamond Terrifier will perform with live… Screenings XFR STN on E.S.P. TV
Colab members Andrea Callard and Coleen Fitzgibbon will share clips from Potato Wolf, All Color News, and Red Curtain, as well as offer their perspective on what social television-making had to say at… Screenings Coleen Fitzgibbon & Andrea Callard, Colab TV

Week of 06/16/2013–06/22/2013

During public Museum hours on Sunday June 23, Donna Kukama, artist and member of the Johannesburg-based platform Center for Historical Reenactments (CHR), will enact a series of performances that explore… Conversations If the past were to be postponed into the future, would this…
Johannesburg has been described as an “elusive metropolis.” Yet for many of its current denizens, elusiveness has given way to “occupation”—the unauthorized use and habitation of spaces that… Conversations “Translation / translocation: Johannesburg and the Impossibility…
Presented as part of NEA 4 in Residence. John Fleck’s Blessed Are All the Little Snowballs in Hell frankensteins together his infamously defunded work Blessed Are All the Little Fishes (1989) and its… John Fleck in Residence: Blessed Are All the Little Snowballs…
Join the artists and curators of the exhibition before it opens to the public at a private reception and viewing. Deluxe Members & Above Membership Opening Reception for Llyn Foulkes and Ellen Gallagher
Join the artists and curators of the exhibition before it opens to the public at a private reception and viewing. Premium Members & Above Membership VIP Preview of Llyn Foulkes and Ellen Gallagher
Join the artists and curators of the exhibition before it opens to the public at a private reception and viewing. Producers Council Members & Above Membership Curatorial Walk-through of Llyn Foulkes and Ellen Gallagher

Week of 05/19/2013–05/25/2013

Presented as part of NEA 4 in Residence. “Sext Me if You Can” is an interactive performance installation taking place in the New Museum Lobby in full view of Museum visitors. For this performance,… “Sext Me if You Can” by Karen Finley: Performance and Installation
Presented as part of NEA 4 in Residence. “Sext Me if You Can” is an interactive performance installation taking place in the New Museum Lobby in full view of Museum visitors. For this performance,… “Sext Me if You Can” by Karen Finley: Performance and Installation
Presented as part of NEA 4 in Residence. “Sext Me if You Can” is an interactive performance installation taking place in the New Museum Lobby in full view of Museum visitors. For this performance,… “Sext Me if You Can” by Karen Finley: Performance and Installation
Capacity is limited to fourteen people. Running time: 60 mins Dance artist Michelle Boulé and theater director Niegel Smith invite you to unravel the codes of museum engagement as we feel our way through… Conversations “Admission”: An Elastic City: NYC 1993 Walk
Presented as part of NEA 4 in Residence. “Sext Me if You Can” is an interactive performance installation taking place in the New Museum Lobby in full view of Museum visitors. For this performance,… “Sext Me if You Can” by Karen Finley: Performance and Installation

Week of 05/05/2013–05/11/2013

In the fall of 1993, the art historian James Meyer curated a group show entitled “What Happened to the Institutional Critique?” at American Fine Arts gallery in SoHo. Responding to “the generalization… Conversations “What Happened to the Institutional Critique?”: James Meyer…
Presented as part of NEA 4 in Residence. Contemporary artists like Pauline Boudry, Trajal Harrell, Sharon Hayes, Renate Lorenz, Allison Smith, and Wu Tsang engage expanded forms of re-enactment to destabilize… Expanded forms of Reenactment in Queer Performance: Holly Hughes…
Join Cecilia Alemani, curator of the Frieze Projects for a tour of the works commissioned as part of the Frieze Projects program for the prestigious art fair, Frieze New York, held on Randall’s Island.… Contemporary Council Members & Above Membership Tour of the Frieze Art Fair Frieze Projects on Randall’s Island
Capacity is limited to fourteen people. Running time: 60 mins Dance artist Michelle Boulé and theater director Niegel Smith invite you to unravel the codes of museum engagement as we feel our way through… Conversations “Admission”: An Elastic City: NYC 1993 Walk
Enjoy a private screening of Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel in the Sky Room with remarks by the director, Lisa Immordino Vreeland. The film covers Diana Vreeland’s fifty-year reign as the “Empress… Standard Members & Above Membership Sky Room Film Screening: Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel

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