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do it online at Gund Gallery

Posted on May 3, 2013

Through the Gund Gallery’s special do it page, web users will find each artist’s instruction and photographs of the realizations at the gallery. Each artist has a special page including installation images and a written description of the enactment of the instruction. Click here to view the artists’ pages.

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do it online

Posted on July 5, 2013

do it online
Part of Manchester International Festival 2013
at Manchester Art Gallery

As part of do it 20 13, Manchester Art Gallery shared 21 do it artist instructions online including instructions from Erwin Wurm, Tacita Dean, Sophia al Maria, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Cory Arcangel, and Subodh Gupta, among others. Online visitors were encouraged to pick an instruction and upload their response to the website. To view the public’s responses, click here.

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do it 2013 video

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do it 2013 video
Manchester Art Gallery
Manchester, UK

This short video presents the do it 2013 exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery, with footages from the opening night and interviews with curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, and artists Peter Saville and Richard Wentworth.

To view the video, click here.

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do it Fridays! at Samek Art Gallery

Posted on December 20, 2013

Samek do it Fridays

Installation view of do it at Samek Art Gallery, 2013. Photo Credit: Sahn Tran

do it Fridays!
Samek Art Gallery, Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA

The Samek Art Gallery at Bucknell University hosted do it from September 23 to December 12, 2013. As a complementary project to the exhibition, the gallery developed the do it Fridays! series. At noon every Friday throughout the duration of the exhibition, an artist instruction was reenacted or installed in the gallery as part of do it. Members of the campus and local communities were invited to contribute to this creative activity of interpreting and realizing artworks. For example, on Friday, October 11, the public joined the Gallery staff for a peach pie party, which was inspired by Robert Ashley’s 2012 instruction, “Four Scenes.”

do it Fridays! Installations

September 27
Amalia Pica, Throw a Party, 2012
Interpreted by Students of the Gallery Engagement Team

October 4
Hassan Sharif, Black Lines, 2012
Interpreted by Tasha Hall and Matt Lamparter, Laboratory Director, Electrical Engineering

October 11
Robert Ashley, Four Scenes, 2012
Interpreted by Jessie Horning, Graduate Assistant, Department of Art and Art History

October 18
Ai Weiwei, CCTV Spray, 2012
Interpreted by Frank Fina, Gallery Fellow, Samek Art Gallery

October 25
Jérôme Bell, Shirtology, 2012
Interpreted by Rachel Linnemann, Preparator and Operations Coordinator, Samek Art Gallery

November 1
Uri Aran, 2012
Interpreted by Ed and Martie Samek, Bucknellians, ‘58. ‘60

November 8
Douglas Gordan, Three Steps to Heaven, 1996
Interpreted by Nathan Lind, Citizen, Lewisburg

November 15
Alison Knowles, Homage to Each Red Thing, 1996
Interpreted by Samek Art Gallert Visitors

November 22
Anton Vidokle, Geometría popular (Popular Geometry), 2001
Interpreted by Isa Lamparter

December 6
Philippe Parreno, 2004
Interpreted by do it Friday Participants

Click here for further information and a list of interpretations from the do it Friday! series at the Samek Art Gallery.

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New Trend in Video Games discussed on All Things Considered, npr.org

Posted on January 9, 2014

Travis Larchuk recently discussed the latest trend in video games on All Things Considered on npr.org: A generation has grown up with video games – and video games are growing up, too. Developers are using the medium to tell sophisticated, emotionally complex stories.

To listen to the full report on npr.org, click here.

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