The 12th annual exhibition of fellowship recipients features the work of Ray Chi, Sheila Held, Special Entertainment (Andrew Swant and Bobby Ciraldo), Cris Siqueira, Tim Stoelting, Eddie Villanueva, and Josh Weissbach.
Join Tim Stoelting, NASA’s Resident Artist, and his guests for a conversation on the intertwined worlds of art, design and technology.
This collection of 16mm films made by experimental filmmaker Josh Weissbach between 2011 and 2014 embraces the notion of navigational initiative as a reward of disorientation: Where am I? What am I doing? What is this?
Special Entertainment (Bobby Ciraldo & Andrew Swant) screens its ten-years-in-the-making Hamlet A.D.D.: a re-imagining of Shakespeare’s timeless play as a bizarre and comedic tour through the ages with live-action characters in a colorful cartoon world.
Maja Ratkje is an internationally renowned experimental musician pushing the capabilities of the human voice through the use of extended technique and technology.
Nohl Fellow Cris Siqueira leads a conversation about her immersion field research in traveling shows in carnivals in Brazil and the United States, and the radically independent filmmaking practices she developed to document her subject.
Sheila Held is joined by artists and curators in a discussion about the place of craft in contemporary art.
2013 Nohl Fellow Eddie Villanueva performs a series of sonic collages that explore contemporary social and art world issues.