Archive acquired by CCS Bard
[To be transferred in March, 2020)
That Monster: An Allegory
A screening at The Institute of Contemporary Arts in London
April 10, 2019
"In a body of video work produced over the past decade, Kolbowski has explored
strategies of "re-animating" the past to pose questions about politics in the present.
In That Monster: An Allegory (2018), she returns to the genre of silent film and
Mary Shelley's fictional tale of man-made monstrosity, prompting such questions as:
how are political and psychic subjects formed now? What does art offer by way of
intervening in the mass politics and mass media of today? What forms of resistance
are possible? That Monster: An Allegory features re-edited images and sequences
from the classic horror film The Bride of Frankenstein (Dir. James Whale, 1935), and
in this screening, the looped video will play once with sound, and once in silence.
A conversation with the artist, academic Mignon Nixon and curator Kari Rittenbach
accompanies this screening with an opportunity for audience questions."
an inadequate history of conceptual art in:
Présences Voyageuses & Degrés Est
March 1-June 2, 2019
Opening: February 28, 7pm
49 Nord 6 Est Frac Lorraine
1 Bis Rue des Trinitaires
Hours: TuesdayFriday 26pm,
T 0033 0 3 87 74 20 02
[aihca has been acquired by Frac Lorraine.]
Silvia Kolbowski: The Sleep of Reason
Screenings of the below; discussion with curator Kari Rittenbach, and the audience, will follow.
Wednesday 20 Feb 2019
Presented by Yale Union at NW Film Center, at The Portland Art Museum
Proximity to Power, American Style, 200304
Digital slides (color), sound
Audio: 37.18 min.
That Monster: An Allegory, 2018
Video loop projection, black and white, 18 min.
Music: Excerpts from Metamorphosis 1 and Metamorphosis 2 by Philip Glass
© 1988 Dunvagen Music Publishers Inc. Used by Permission
Pianist: Dustin O'Halloran
New video project:
That Monster: An Allegory
An allegory about the human subjects that capitalism produces.
Video, with music and without music...
Senior Advisor, Terra Foundation Summer Residency
Giverny, France, July 2019
New posting on the Text/Interview page of website:
Reign of the White Glove by Jeffrey Stuker.
A new analysis of the Harry Winston, Inc. project (1990)
In Effects, No. 1, January 2018
Edited by Christopher Page and Orlando Reade
June 23-December 14, 2018
CCS Bard Hessel Museum
The Conditions of Being Art: Pat Hearn Gallery and
American Fine Arts, Co. (1983-2004)
Opening Reception June 23rd, 2-5pm
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
[includes an inadequate history of conceptual art, with archival material.]
October 1, 2017-February 4, 2018
Musée d'art moderne et contemporain, Geneva
An exhibition organized by Paul Bernard, Lionel Bovier and Julien Fronsacq
[Includes Model Pleasure V, a new acquisition by MAMCO, Geneva.]
November 30th, 2017
A conversation with Silvia Kolbowski
167 Rivington Street, New York
A discussion with Josephine Graf about storefront-related projects from the 1990s]
Audio now available on Text/Interviews section of this website:
November 3 - December 10, 2017