Josh Kline

Director of public programs, Electronic Arts Intermix; curator; artist

One-person Exhibitions include:
47 Canal Street; Frieze Art Fair

Group Exhibitions include:
MoMA PS1; White Columns; Murray Guy; Marianne Boesky Gallery; Gavin Brown’s enterprise; Clifton Benevento; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Galerie Christine Mayer, Munich; Galerie West, The Hague, Netherlands; IMO, Copenhagen; NOMA Gallery, San Francisco; Socrates Sculpture Park; Artists Space

Publications include:
Frieze, TANK, Bomb, Artforum, The New York Times, artnet, The New Yorker, Nylon, Interview, Flavorpill

Teaching

Video Art and Beyond

This course begins by examining the emergence of video art of the 1960s, through structuralist films and the freewheeling days of “feedback” and “real-time” manipulation of the analog electronic signal. Students will examine how the barriers between artistic disciplines broke down as artists took up portable video cameras, experimented with installation, staged actions, and went outdoors to build land art. Works of contemporary video artists who move freely between painting, sculpture, photography, film, performance and other media will be discussed, as well as the contributions by musicians toward developing new working methods. The course will consist of weekly screenings, analysis of installations, readings and written assignments.

Education

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