Writer and artist Gregg Bordowitz presents Testing Some Beliefs, an ongoing series of lectures/performances that consider the strength and longevity, as well as the present relevancy, of some personal and collective beliefs. Bordowitz’s films juxtapose performance and role play with archival footage of protests and recordings of family and friends—some no longer living. Recurring every five years, the exhibition has traditionally showcased the work of emerging artists living and working in the New York metropolitan area. Gregg Bordowitz is an artist, filmmaker, and writer. Gregg Bordowitz is a writer, artist, activist, and educator whose work dissects and expands discourses on HIV/AIDS, queerness, and Jewish heritage through video, sculpture, drawing, writing, and performance. 56 minutes, 16mm, Beta-SP. 1940) is known as a conceptual designer, installation and performance artist. By Novid Parsi Published April 1, 2019, at 8:00 a.m. His collaboration with artist Paul Chan, titled “The History of Sexuality Volume One By Michel Foucault: An Opera,” premiered in … For this new iteration, Professor Bordowitz introduces Professor Hoyle who will reflect upon provocative questions such as: 'Lurching from one thing to the next – what binds? Gregg Bordowitz is one such creator. Gregg Bordowitz, Tony Conrad, Brice Dellsperger, Julia Heyward, Antonio Mak, Josephine Pryde and Stephen Sutcliffe “Container and Contained” reflects on inwardness and authority. Gregg Bordowitz presents a new lecture-performance about the legacy of Michel Foucault, introducing the major themes and philosophical insights of one of the most influential philosophers of the late twentieth century. Levy; Ann and Samuel M. Mencoff; Sylvia Neil and Dan Fischel; Anne and Chris Reyes; Cari and Michael J. Sacks; and the Earl and Brenda Shapiro Foundation. Let’s face it - an opera based on philosophy books is ridiculous. The museum is temporarily closed. Peter Eleey, the chief curator of MoMA PS1 in New York, will step down from his post at the end of the year. Performance view, New Museum, New York, January 19, 2018. While it might seem like a recent phenomenon, performance has been a part of Tate’s artistic programming since the 1960s. We gather at sunset on Friday night, that sacred turning point in the week, settle into the building's pungently lit auditorium, which is still, after all, a basement on the Bowery, and prepare to listen. Maybe, through opera, we can explore how Foucault’s ideas are meaningful and still relevant.  By rendering the History of Sexuality as theatre, we give embodiment to words in posture and voice. Since the late 1980s, writer, artist, and activist Gregg Bordowitz (b. Experience the artist project. “Gimme danger, little stranger / And I feel your disease.” —Iggy & the Stooges, “Gimme Danger,” 1973 For Gimme Danger, Gregg… Gimme Danger, with Gregg Bordowitz on Vimeo Join The videos shown in the Stone Gallery alternate and can be seen on the following schedule: Fast Trip, Long Drop (1993)10:45–11:3912:01–12:55 1:17–2:11 2:33–3:27 3:49–4:43 5:05–5:59 6:21–7:15 7:37–8:31, Only Idiots Smile (2017)11:39–12:01 12:55–1:172:11–2:33 3:27–3:49 4:43–5:05 5:59–6:21 7:15–7:37. Each evening, Bordowitz considers a different seminal figure: the rock star, the rabbi, or the comedian. The MFA in Visual Studies welcomes Gregg Bordowitz as part of the 2012-2013 Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series. This version for Vienna is only a fragment of the entire epic to come. "Gregg Bordowitz’s 2017 performance lecture Only Idiots Smile features the artist on a stool in the New Museum’s top-floor sky room, riffing on the formation of his identity. In recent years Bordowitz has increasingly introduced poetry and performance as art events, exploring histories of televised stand-up comedy in works such as Only Idiots Smile (2017) and Some Styles of Masculinity (2017). Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 12:00 - 5:00 PM and Thursday from 12:00 - 8:00 PM Gregg Bordowitz Some Styles of Masculinity Pt. The Exhibitions Trust includes an anonymous donor; Neil Bluhm and the Bluhm Family Charitable Foundation; Jay Franke and David Herro; Kenneth Griffin; Caryn and King Harris, The Harris Family Foundation; Robert M. and Diane v.S. Exhibition. Performance: Gregg Bordowitz at New Museum As part of its exhibition “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” the New Museum will host a three-day performance by Gregg Bordowitz … Producer, director, writer. Courtesy of Leslie-Lohman Museum. Through anecdotes from his own life as well as music, poetry, and philosophy, Gregg Bordowitz reflected on countercultural forms that once seemed liberating because they could link the struggles of various stigmatized groups. All three books will eventually be realized as opera. This is the second of three Dialogues led by Gregg Bordowitz. The MFA in Visual Studies welcomes Gregg Bordowitz as part of the 2012-2013 Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Karen Orton talks to the filmmaker about how it feels to survive certain death “Fuck you,” spits Gregg Bordowitz in a mocked-up TV studio in his acclaimed autobiographical 1993 documentary Fast Trip, Long Drop. Performance view, New Museum, New York, January 19, 2018. Performance Dates: January 19 2018 January 20 2018 January 21 2018 Gregg Bordowitz (b. Gregg Bordowitz, Some Styles of Masculinity, 2018. But then the past months occurred. For the past three years, Bordowitz turned his attention to performance. He is the director of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Low Residency MFA program, and he is on the faculty of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. I Wanna Be Well—named after the 1977 Ramones song—marks the first comprehensive overview of the artist’s prodigious career, which spans three decades of production. Members of the Exhibitions Trust provide annual leadership support for the museum’s operations, including exhibition development, conservation and collection care, and educational programming. Gregg Bordowitz "A Cloud in Trousers" 1914-1915. Gregg Bordowitz is an artist, writer, and Director of the Low Residency MFA Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The Museum of Modern Art, MoMA PS1, and the MoMA Stores in New York City have closed temporarily. Gregg Bordowitz performing at the Art Institute of Chicago (2019) The opening weekend of I Wanna Be Well was accompanied by Some Styles of … MoMA PS1 presents the fourth iteration of Greater New York. IMAGE: Gregg Bordowitz, Fast Trip, Long Drop (still), 1993. The exhibit—which spans Bordowitz’s work in video, poetry, live performance, and site-specific installation from the ’80s to the present—fuses history, politics, and art into one compelling show. Performances feature prominently in “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” with the premiere of a three-part musical by Morgan Bassichis that returns to the influential 1977 publication The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions, monthly performances by Justin Vivian Bond, and a series of performance-lectures on masculinities by Gregg Bordowitz. IN MY FANTASY, Gregg Bordowitz is a famous maggid—a traveling mystical Jewish preacher—in town for a rare three-night engagement at the New Museum. Gregg Bordowitz presents a new lecture-performance about the legacy of Michel Foucault, introducing the major themes and philosophical insights of one of the most influential philosophers of the late twentieth century. Gregg Bordowitz Performs Some Styles of Masculinity in Eliot Chapel. Gregg Bordowitz Iconic poet-artist of the Swedish post-war avant-garde, Åke Hodell tells the story of his artistic journey through the absurd, satirical, tour-de-force that is The Marathon Poet , originally published in 1981 and now available for the first time in a facsimile-style English translation. Performance, New Museum, New York /Photo: Chloe Foussianes When it comes to the work of Gregg Bordowitz, the revolution will be … In the past year, his films and performances were included in three historical survey exhibitions: This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980’s (MCA Chicago), Blues for Smoke (LA MOCA) and NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star (New Museum). Heard Immunity: Poems and Pictures Now was conceived by Gregg Bordowitz this summer as a response to the public health and safety crises unfolding in the context of intensifying political and economic destabilization. Experience the artist project. 1964, Brooklyn, NY) has made diverse works—essays, poems, performances, drawings, sculpture, and videos—that explore his Jewish, gay, and bisexual identities within the context of the ongoing AIDS crisis. Recipient of the 2006 Frank Jewitt Mather Award from the College Art Association, he is the author of The AIDS Crisis Is Ridiculous and Other Writings (1986–2003) (MIT Press) and General Idea: Imagevirus (Afterall Books/MIT Press). Performance Dates: January 19 2018 January 20 2018 January 21 2018 Gregg Bordowitz (b. By Novid Parsi Published April 1, 2019, at 8:00 a.m. Are parts matters of the whole, necessarily? Gregg Bordowitz is an artist, writer, and Director of the Low Residency MFA Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The following performance was recorded at Gimme Danger on March 28, 2018. A professor and director of the Low-Residency MFA program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Bordowitz was an early participant in New York’s ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), where he cofounded various video collectives, including Testing the Limits, an advocacy group within ACT UP, and DIVA (Damn Interfering Video Activists). Other installation. Learn more. Gregg Bordowitz’s Fast Trip, Long Drop changed the world’s perception of Aids forever. Since the late 1980s, writer, artist, and activist Gregg Bordowitz (b. The History of Sexuality Volume One by Michel Foucault: An Opera is a work-in-progress adopting the dramatic musical form to stage the major themes and philosophical insights of one of the most influential philosophers of the late twentieth century. This exhibition is the first monographic survey of the videos, drawings, sculpture, performance, and poetry that comprise Gregg Bordowitz’s decades-long interdisciplinary practice. Thirty years ago, few people would have expected conceptual artist Gregg Bordowitz to live long enough to see his career retrospective. He is able to tease out the intersecting facets of identity that shape one’s experience of disease: gender, sexuality, religion, race and ethnicity. He is the director of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Low Residency MFA program, and he is on the faculty of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. Photo: Chloe Foussianes. The exhibition is curated by Stephanie Snyder and is part of the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s 2018 Time-Based Art Festival. Gesture and disposition become magnified. The Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery is proud to present the first retrospective of the work of renowned American artist, activist, writer, and educator Gregg Bordowitz. Gregg Bordowitz I Wanna Be Well On view August 30 - October 21. Uncounted is a site-specific performance project based on the essay “Uncounted.” Uncounted (performances 1–3), November 28, 29, and 30, 2014 Commissioned by If I Can’t Dance and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam with MPA, Katinka Marac, Rory Pilgrim, Gregg Bordowitz, and Frederique Bergholtz Gregg Bordowitz Performs Some Styles of Masculinity in Eliot Chapel. For the past three years, Bordowitz turned his attention to performance. The performance will be set against a backdrop drawn from Foucault´s biographical  details; including his activism on behalf of prisoners´ rights, and his death from AIDS.  His collaboration with artist Paul Chan, titled “The History of Sexuality Volume One By Michel Foucault: An Opera,” premiered in October 2010 in Vienna, Austria. His books include General Idea: Imagevirus (2010) and The AIDS Crisis Is Ridiculous and Other Writings 1986–2003 (2004). II Saturday 01/20/2018 This event is currently at capacity, but a standby list will begin at 11 a.m. the day of the event. What keeps the whole within times' compass? In this adaptation of Foucault´s great work, the philosopher will encounter one student, two rivals, and a sworn enemy - perhaps all of them are ghosts. In the premiere of this three-part performance-lecture series, titled Some Styles of Masculinity (2017) and presented as part of the exhibition “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” Gregg Bordowitz explores tropes of masculinity that have been formative to his own coming-of-age. Updates to be announced. Drawing on records found in Tate Archive – including many previously unpublished photographs – the selection of case studies presented here shows the breadth of performance art events held at Tate over a period of nearly fifty years. The space, designed by Simon Jones Studio and dedicated to […] Heard Immunity: Poems and Pictures Now was conceived by Gregg Bordowitz this summer as a response to the public health and safety crises unfolding in the context of intensifying political and economic destabilization. Other installation. The space, designed by Simon Jones Studio and dedicated to […] In recent years Bordowitz has increasingly introduced poetry and performance as art events, exploring histories of televised stand-up comedy in works such as Only Idiots Smile (2017) and Some Styles of Masculinity (2017). Gregg Bordowitz, Some Styles of Masculinity, 2018, performance view, New Museum, New York, January 19, 2018 photo by Chloe Foussianes Zoe Leonard and Gregg Bordowitz in Conversation Over the last thirty years, artist and writer Gregg Bordowitz has generated performance and literary works about sexuality, death, and the AIDS crisis. His books include General Idea: Imagevirus (2010) and The AIDS Crisis Is Ridiculous and Other Writings 1986–2003 (2004). Bordowitz’ films, writings, and performances share a concern with pedagogies of healing and learning, while embracing doubt and vulnerability. Gregg Bordowitz, “Some Styles of Masculinity” 2018. Testing Some Beliefs is an improvisational lecture that he delivered at Iceberg Projects (Chicago), Murray Guy (New York), Temple Gallery (Philadelphia), … All videos in the exhibition have closed captioning. IN MY FANTASY, Gregg Bordowitz is a famous maggid--a traveling mystical Jewish preacher--in town for a rare three-night engagement at the New Museum. “Gimme danger, little stranger / And I feel your disease.” —Iggy & the Stooges, “Gimme Danger,” 1973 For Gimme Danger, Gregg… Gimme Danger, with Gregg Bordowitz on Vimeo Join About Gregg Bordowitz Gregg Bordowitz is a writer and artist living in New York City. Gregg Bordowitz is an artist, filmmaker, and writer. Since the late 1980s, writer, artist, and activist Gregg Bordowitz (b. MoMA PS1 presents the fourth iteration of Greater New York. Gregg Bordowitz is a writer, artist, activist, and educator whose work dissects and expands discourses on HIV/AIDS, queerness, and Jewish heritage through video, sculpture, drawing, writing, and performance. Gregg Bordowitz is an artist, filmmaker, and writer. Gregg Bordowitz is an artist, filmmaker, and writer. In this three-part performance-lecture series, titled Some Styles of Masculinity (2017) and presented as part of the exhibition “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” Gregg Bordowitz explores tropes of masculinity that have been formative to his own coming-of-age. The lecture-performance INPUT OUTPUT (2015) was a contribution by Gregg Bordowitz to the exhibition Container and Contained, curated by Fatima Hellberg at the Künstlerhaus Stuttgart in March 2015.Alongside Bordowitz, the exhibition featured the work of Tony Conrad, Brice Dellsperger, Julia Heyward, Antonio Mak, Josephine Pryde, and Stephen Sutcliffe. In the premiere of this three-part performance-lecture series, titled Some Styles of Masculinity (2017) and presented as part of the exhibition “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” Gregg Bordowitz explores tropes of masculinity that have been formative to his own coming-of-age. Since the late 1980s, writer, artist, and activist Gregg Bordowitz (b. Thirty years ago, few people would have expected conceptual artist Gregg Bordowitz to live long enough to see his career retrospective. And yet, opera provides an emotional way to experience ideas. Moving between multiple genres including video, art made for television, published poems, site-specific installation, live performance, and rare selections from the artist’s personal archive and library, the exhibition contemplates an expanded concept of portraiture as a mode of political and artistic address. Premiered Tanzquartier Wien, Vienna, 2010. The exhibit—which spans Bordowitz’s work in video, poetry, live performance, and site-specific installation from the ’80s to the present—fuses history, politics, and art into one compelling show. Presented on March 18, 2011 as part of Tate Modern Live: Push and Pull: A two-day performance event. Over the last thirty years, artist and writer Gregg Bordowitz has generated performance and literary works about sexuality, death, and the AIDS crisis. 1964, Brooklyn) is a writer, artist, activist, and educator whose work dissects and expands discourses on HIV/AIDS, queerness, and Jewish heritage through video, sculpture, drawing, writing, and performance. Gregg Bordowitz (b. Free and open to the public. "Gregg Bordowitz’s 2017 performance lecture Only Idiots Smile features the artist on a stool in the New Museum’s top-floor sky room, riffing on the formation of his identity. The interview was to be on the occasion of a long-overdue retrospective, MoMA PS1’s Gregg Bordowitz: I Wanna Be Well (the project originated at Reed College, where it was organized by curator Stephanie Snyder, and is organized at MoMA PS1 by Peter Eleey, Chief Curator, with Josephine Graf, Curatorial Assistant). His collaboration with artist Paul Chan, titled “The History of Sexuality Volume One By Michel Foucault: An Opera,” premiered in October 2010 in Vienna, Austria. GREGG BORDOWITZ Professor, Film, Video, New Media, and Animation Department School of the Art Institute of Chicago 112 S. Michigan Ave, 5th Floor Chicago, Illinois 60603 E-mail: gbordo@saic.edu Gregg Bordowitz is an artist and writer. Courtesy of Leslie-Lohman Museum. Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz (born 1972 in Lausanne and 1963 in Berlin) are a Berlin-based artist duo who have worked together since 2006.They produce film installations that revisit recent and past material (a score, a piece of music, a film, a photograph or a performance), with a particular focus on a critical history of the photographic and moving image itself. 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