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Sunday, January 9, 2011

TRAMPOLIM _ plataforma de encontro con a arte da performance

Low Lives: Selections brings together 22 performance videos from the Low Lives platform. This selection of videos will be on view January 13 - 14 as part of the 4th edition of TRAMPOLIM performance series, presented at Galeria Homero Massena in Vitória, Brazil.
(In order of appearance)
Vienne Chan- Auto-Cannibal _Germany, Kelly Kleinschrodt- Jump _México, Martin Zet- Night Averment _Czech Republic, Jeanne Jo- Roulette _United States, Osvaldo Cibils- Multimedia Head _Italy, Robert Crosse- Hold Still _United Kingdom, Joe Nanashe- Michael & Me _United States, Agni Zotis- Meditator _United States, Adam Trowbridge- Hole of Society: On The Passage of a Small Dog through a Rather Shallow Amount of Water _United States, Luke Munn- Suite for Webcam _Germany, Migdalia Luz Barens-Vera- Cover Yourself _United States, Elizabeth Leister- I can see you, you’re not here _United States, Profesor Bazuco aka Juan Obando- International Public Address _United States, Mike Smith and students from University of Texas- A 2010 Streaming Class Portrait _United States, Linda Ford- Self Discipline (Live in the Studio) _United States, Francesca Fini- Cry Me _Italy, Marcus Civin- American Rifle 3 (Excerpt) _United States, Lawrence Graham-Brown- Ras-Pan-Afro-Homo-Sapien (Bloodsucker Version) _United States, Marcus Vinicius- Resistance _Brazil, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz- Ask Chuleta _United States, Gabrielle Civil- MN – MX _United States, Rosamond S. King- Supplicant _United States

Jorge Rojas _México / United States

Now entering its third year, Low Lives is an annual, international exhibition of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at multiple venues simultaneously. The project celebrates both the transmission of ideas beyond geographical borders, and also what is blurred, gained, or reconfigured in the process as we communicate and present ourselves online. The lo-fi aesthetic, with its pixilated images, low sound quality, and the ever-present potential for “technical difficulties,” is an integral aspect of communication via contemporary web technology, and also of this exhibit. Low Lives offers global audiences a critical and contextual frame from which to consider live performance in virtual space.
+ info: www.lowlives.netSince its inception in 2009, Low Lives has presented live performances by 59 artists and artist collectives from 16 countries including Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Italy, Macedonia, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Trinidad and Tobago, United States and Vietnam. Over 13 arts organizations have supported and presented Low Lives including El Museo del Barrio, NYC; Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art, Newark; Galería de la Raza, San Francisco; Fusebox Festival, Austin; Disapora Vibe Gallery, Miami; Obsidian Arts, Minneapolis, and labotanica, Houston.

The 22 artists included in Low Lives: Selections work in a wide variety of media including performance, video, installation, conceptual art, sound art, process art, web art, photography, sculpture and painting. The videos presented here are documents of their live performances. The themes they address here are widely varied, yet they each explore aspects of our human and social makeup, as well as our relationship with technology. Ultimately, Low Lives raises the question- what does it mean to be human at a time when the separation between humans and machines is increasingly diminishing? I hope you are as inspired by these artists’ performances as I have been.
Jorge Rojas (México, 1968) is a multidisciplinary artist and independent curator. He studied Art at the University of Utah and at Bellas Artes- El Nigromante in San Miguel de Allende, México. Rojas employs both traditional and new media, as well as performative elements to investigate communication systems and the effect of technology on artistic production, social structures and communities. His work and curatorial projects have been exhibited in galleries, museums and alternative art spaces across México, the United States and India. Since 2009, he has produced and curated Low Lives, an annual, international exhibition of networked performances. Rojas recently moved from New York City to Salt Lake City, Utah where he lives and works.

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