Agnes Bolt is a Los Angeles-based artist. Her interdisciplinary projects are created both for art institutions and for public and private spaces.  Her work exists in many permutations and versions, testing the limits of intimacy, group behavior, the potency of placebo, the effects of mediation. Her most recent work has largely been in a collaborative 3 person project called the Institute for New Feeling

She is a recipient of the Heinz, Fine and A W Mellon Foundation Grants. Her work was reviewed in Harper’s Magazine, the Washington Post, Huffington Post, Art in America, Frieze.  She received her MFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 2012 and recently attended the Mountain School in Los Angeles, the Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida, Cannonball in Miami, Recess in New York.

NEWS

2018
Digital Bodies, Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, East Lansing, MI (forthcoming)

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Solo Exhibition, ClubPro, Los Angeles, CA (forthcoming)

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2017

Sept 20 opening
Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age, UNSW Galleries, Sydney, Australia

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Black Cube Fellowship 2017, Denver, CO
September 9: Solo public performance entitled Avalanche
and
Sept 14: a solo exhibition at the Vicki Myhren Gallery, Denver University

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July 20-22
World Wide West Conference, Point Arena, CA, 2017

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July 15
Friday Flights performance and video, Getty Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

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June 30-Oct 7
" The Heart of the Tin Man
, MWoods, Beijing, China

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June 19
Institue For New Feeling and Travis Diehl Artist Talk, Calarts Summer Residency 2017 Valencia, CA

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June 16-July 15
Cabinet, curated by Adam Milner, David B. Smith Gallery, Denver, CO

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June 17, 2pm
Rencontres Internationales screening
, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany

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June 4
Gulp, a night of performances, organized by Sarah Bay Gachot adn Paul Pescador, 2601-2603 Studios, Los Angeles
with Agnes Bolt, Carson Davis Brown Billy Coleman, Christina Catherine Martinez, Rachel Maso,n Emily Mast, Paul Pescado,r Luis Ignacio Rodriguez, and Lukas Stopczynski

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June 3rd
4th annual Artist Tag Sale, Night Gallery with Julia Sherman/Salad for President

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June 2-Sept 17
Constant As the Sun
, MoCA Cleveland, Ohio

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May 26-28
Athina Art Fair, Greece with ClubPro

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PACT Zollverein residency, Essen, Germany, May 2017

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Art & New Age: Who Cares?, by Karen Archey, Frieze Magazine, March 2017

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March 7
Artist talk, PRAXIS talks + exhibitions

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May 2-5
NADA Art Fair with Yours, Mine and Ours Gallery, NY


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Feb 24
Borscht Festival
, Coral Orgy, installation, New World Center, Miami, FL

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Feb 23
La Art Book Fair, Newest Feelings, reading

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Jan 5-14
Artist Film International, Project 88, Mumbai, India

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2016

Dec 1-4
Helper Video Tik i Bar, collected by Nathan Gwynne and Zerek Kempf, NADA Art Fair, Miami

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Dec 1-4
Soothing Center
, Satellite Art Show 2.0, Art Basel Miami

covered in Hyperallergic

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Nov 25-Jan15
Artist Film Internaional, GAMeC (Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea), Bergamo

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Nov 18-20
Femmebit, video art screening at Human Resources, Los Angeles

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Nov 16
Artists’ Film International (AFI) 2016: Technique, Video-Forum of Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany

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Nov 11-Dec 4
As the World Turns, 2 person exhibition with Agnes Bolt and Kevin Stuart, jeux d’été, Chicago

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Nov 4
“I'M Only Now” OpenSpace, SF MoMA article by Alex Cruse

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November 3-4
Institute For New Feeling, Visiting Artists, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design

with additional video screening at Counterpath

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Emergency Index Vol. 5, Ugly Duckling Presse, annual anthology of performance practice

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Oct 22-Nov 20
Are We Human? 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial, Turkey

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Oct 12
3hd Festival 2016: There is nothing left but the Future, Berlin
Screening, performance and discussion event, ‘Staying Present’ at Vierte Welt organized by AQNB and Video In Common

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Oct 6-9
Weird Reality, Art&Code Conference
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

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Oct 2- Nov 23
Straight to Video: DAAP Galleries::Reed Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
Group Exhibition, curated by Jon Rubin (featuring Sisters of the Lattice's film Link)

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Sept 23-Feb 5, 2016/7
This is Presence
,  solo exhibition, with Arturo Bandini, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, Texas

interview on Marfa Public Radio, Glasstire, and here

featured in Art in America, November issue
article by Courtney Malick

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Sept 17, 7-8pm
Felt Book Screening, NY Book Art Fair, PS1 MoMA, Queens, NY

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Sept 13-Oct 15
In Real Life: Film&Video, Screenings Artists' Film International, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Tues, Wed, Fri & Sat, noon-4pm
with Brigid McCaffrey, Piotr Wysocki, Diego Tonus, Rachel Maclean,Zeyno Pekünlü and Eva and Franco Mattes

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Sept 12, 7pm
KevinSpace, Vienna, Austria
Dinner with Kevin, artist talk and screening

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Sept 10, 8-11pm
PopRally: TEN, Museum of Modern Art, NY
Recess is pleased to present a Fluxus-inspired game and a series of artist activations.
FEATURING Game design by Zach Gage and artist interventions by: Alina Tenser and Chris Domenick, Allison Janae Hamilton Am Schmidt, Andrew Lampert/Public Opinion Laboratory, Black Chalk (Nontsikelelo Mutiti & Tinashe Mushak), Brendan Fernandes, Institute for New Feeling, Jacolby Satterwhite, Jonah Groeneboer, Lauren Halsey, Sable Elyse Smith, Sara Magenheimer, ŽELJKA BLAKŠIĆ (aka GITA BLAK) and BRUJAS, Zach Gage

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Sept 8-10
Jardin Essentiel
, Parckdesignfestival, Brussels, Belgium
Institute For New Feeling in collaboration with the Institute For Art and Olfaction present a special project
curated by Gilly Karjevsky, Alexander Romer, Judith Wielander

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Aug 30, 8-10pm
CONGLOMERATE.tv and Kinderhook & Caracasa premiere screening of BLOCK TWO, Kino Moviemento, Berlin.
featuring guest contributions from artists Molly Lowe, Shana Moulton and Stephen G. Rhodes as well as new episodes and video works by CONGLOMERATE’s core team of Dafna Maimon, Christopher Kline, Derek Howard, Ethan Hayes-Chute, and Sol Calero aqnd closing credit track from Heatsick AKA Steven Warwick, adverts by The Institute for New Feeling and station ID animations by Mario Campos.

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Aug 24, press
ASMR Is a Joke (But Laughter's Still the Best Medicine), Creator's Project

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Aug 9- Oct 02
Whitechapel
, London, Zeyno Pekünlü and The Institute for New Feeling

press: Shift, Muse, Idol Magazine

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July 14-17
World Wide West
Conference: Forecast, Point Arena, CA

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July 8-9
Bandini International FilmFestival, Los Angeles

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July 2- Oct 6
Istanbul Modern
AFI 2016 exhibition

Technology at the heart of Istanbul Modern’s ‘Artists’ Film International 2016, covered by Daily Sabah

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June 28-Oct 15
AFI Exhibition, Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology,
Lisbon, Portugal
With works by Eva & Franco Mattes, Igor Bošnjak, Igor Jesus, Karin Sander, Mateusz Sadowski, Rachel Maclean, Rohini Devasher, The Institute for New Feeling and Tor Jørgen van Eijk

press

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June 23
Relaxation Machine, at Print Screen, organized by Liat Berdugo, Melissa Broder, Lior Zalmanson, Israel

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June 23, Launch
A Mystical Staircase - from mystique to mystification and back again, Curated by Francesco Urbano Ragazzi in collaboration with 63rd-77th STEPS
with a presentation at Villa Croce Contemporary Art Museum in Genova on July 8, 9pm

Sarah Abu Abdallah, Basma Al Sharif, Johanna Bruckner, FAKA, Gina Folly, ForeverAdaForever, Foundland, Chiara Fumai, Tiril Hasselknippe, Jerome Hill, Institute for New Feeling, Karl Larsson, Kareem Lotfy, Malibu 1992, Miltos Manetas,
Eva Papamargariti, Luca Pozzi, Tabita Rezaire, Harry Sanderson, Fabio Santacroce, Bogosi Sekhukhuni, Chai Siris, Berkay Tuncay, Brent Watanabe.

featured on Vogue Italia

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June 1 – Oct 1
Monkeytown, Los Angeles
111 W 21st St (at S Main St)

with Takeshi Murata, Sarah Rara, Shana Moulton, Jesse Fleming, Yoshi SodeokaDanny PerezJohanna Billing, Milton Melvin Croissant III, Agnes Bolt, Nic Koller,
Ricky Jonsson Jr + Kristel Brinshot,
 Adam FerrissErica MagreyTheo Angell, Javier GalánMontgomery Knott

NY Times article

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May 30
My Scion presents Institute For New Feeling

The Institute for New Feeling offers on-location massage to be performed in a sprawling site along the Los Angeles River basin. Immerse yourself in the sound and sight of LA's urban water feature, 48 miles of raw tranquility fountain. Massage by Tatiana Vahan.

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May 28
Mountain School of Art 10 Year Anniversary Book Launch, @ LACA, Los Angeles
The hand printed risograph book will be available in a limited edition of 150.

Edited by Agnes Bolt and Tatiana Vahan

The Mountain School of Arts: The First Ten Years is a collection of 217 application essays submitted to the school between 2005 and 2015. The essays were collected from the MSA’s incomplete archive, and are unedited but anonymized. They include both students who were “accepted” to the program, and those who were not.

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Artist Talk, Salon: Forecast at The Women’s Center for Creative Work, Los Angeles, CA; 2016

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May 6-May 24
Felt Book Exhibition and Prod Shop, Los Angeles

@ werkärtz
927 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles
Opening Reception May 6, 7-10pm
Screening at Human Resources May 18, 8-10pm
Closing Event May 24, 7-10pm
Additional Open Hours May 7 & 13, 12-5pm and by appointment thru May 23

Culminated exhibition for the Institute's 1 year curated project.

The Institute for New Feeling is excited to present its first major curatorial exhibition in Los Angeles. The exhibition will feature a selection of international artists from the Felt Book, a collection of short instructional works by over 100 invited artists. Borrowing the structure of Fluxus scores,
YouTube tutorials, eHow articles, technical diagrams, home remedies, etc., this collection includes text, video, sculpture and interactive works, each proposing some instruction for “new feeling.

Opening Reception, May 6
Video Screening, Human Resources, May 18
Closing Reading and Screening, May 24

Additionally, IfNf will launch the Prod Shop featuring a line of speculative wellness products

Press: Creator's Project, Hyperallergic, 5 EveryDay, Kill Screen

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Artist nomination and commissioned by Ballroom Marfa for Artists' Film International, a program that showcases international artists working in film and animation.
Organized in conjunction with Whitechapel Gallery, London, and screened in 16 International spaces:

The Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Belgrade; Video-Forum (n.b.k), Berlin; GAMeC, Bergamo; Fundacion PRÓA, Buenos Aires; Hanoi/DOCLAB, Hanoi; Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong; Istanbul Modern, Istanbul; Centre for Contemporary Arts Afghanistan (CCAA), Kabul; MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon; Whitechapel Gallery, London; National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow; Project 88, Mumbai; Tromsø Kunstforening, Tromsø, Norway; Cinematheque de Tanger, Tangier and Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

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May 1 Launch
Concerted Efforts: Documents on Collaboration in Contemporary Art, published by Surpllus, Melbourne, Australia.
IfNf contribution

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April 21–24
SUPERMARKET Art Fair with Mote Gallery,  Stockholm

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April 19
Living Room Light Exchange  artist talk , San Francisco

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April 15-29
Low-Grade Euphoria, NY
Featuring: Antenes, Andrea McGinty, Aya Rodriguez-Izumi, Brian Wondergem, Calori & Maillard, Carlos Martiel, Christopher Lin, Great City (Jon Shapiro of Data Garden), Hannah Black, Institute for New Feeling, Ioanna Pantazopoulou, Jo Shane, Kiichiro Adachi, LARAAJI, Max C Lee, Puppies Puppies, Shana Moulton,
Terry Boyd, and The Lot Radio

Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 6 pm–10 pm with performances by Terry Boyd, Aya Rodriguez-Izumi, Carlos Martiel, and Puppies Puppies.
Performance Series: Saturday, April 23, 4:30 pm–9 pm with Max C Lee, LARAAJI, Antenes, and Data Garden. Simulcast by The Lot Radio.

Curated by: Sanna Almajedi, Valerie Amend, Patrick Jaojoco, Rebecca Nahom, Ikechukwu Onyewuenyi, Vera Petukhova, Jovanna Venegas, under the leadership of Mark Beasley

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April 8, 1pm
Athens Film Festival, Alternative Textures, Athens, Georgia

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April 2
The Artist Is Online, Römerstr. 2A, Stuttgart

With: Dragana Bulut, Cássio Diniz Santiago, Leigha Dennis, Néstor García Díaz, Arthur Gillet, Vedran Gligo/ Dina Karadžić, Travis Hallenbeck, Institute for New Feeling (Scott Andrew/ Agnes Bolt/ Nina Sarnelle), Marie-Eve Levasseur, Adityan Melekala.
Curated by Julia Eckert, Judith Engel, Paula Kohlmann

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March 5
Consultations for Internal-External Inquiry, screening, Storefront Lab, San Francisco, CA

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March
Schlosspost Web Residency, Institute will launch this web directory

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March
Acid Rain Productions, IfNf advertisements

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Feb 19 - Apr 17
Getting Real, Center for Contemporary Art Santa Fe, curated by Angie Rizzo
Emma Levitt // Lindsay Tunkl // Claudia X. Valdes // Edie Tsong // Laura Reese // Jennifer Moon // Josh Greene //Institute For New Feeling

review in Hyperallergic This Art Exhibition Wants You to Feel, Adele Oloveira, April 6, 2015

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Feb 11, 830-1030pm
IfNf Felt Book screening, EMMEDIA Screening Room, Calgary, Canada

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Jan 23-Feb 28
MAXIMUM MINIMUM IN UNUM, (Institute For New Feeling), Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA with opening performance, Jan 22, 6-8pm Curated by Joshua Reiman and Susanne Slavick

with feature article here

Participating artists include: Ben Bigelow, Felipe Castelblanco, Peter Coffin, Ron Desmett, Maggie Haas, Institute for New Feeling (Scott Andrew, Agnes Bolt and Nina Sarnelle), Laleh Mehran, Shana Moulton, Zak Prekop, Paul Rouphail, Diane Samuels, Carrie Schneider, Jina Valentine,
Rebecca Vaughan, and Gregory Witt.

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2015

Dec 17
Wild Rose, a group show organized by Ethan Tate and Lainey Racah


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Nov 22
Salad For President with Julia Sherman features Seeing Trails (Agnes Bolt and June O'Kada). A hike at the Getty Villa and salad

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Nov 4-Feb 7
Monkeytown 6, Austin, TX
Takeshi Murata, Hillerbrand+Magsamen, Shana Moulton, Johanna Billing, Milton Melvin Croissant III, Rachel Stuckey, Wiley Wiggins, Jeremy Couillard, Agnes Bolt, Theo Angell, Kristin Lucas, Joe McKay, Scott Gelber, Gabrielle Daubourg, Montgomery Knott

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis PXSTL nomination

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Sept 19-Oct
Placeholder, Miami
Placeholder's premiere show: [place art here]. A group show that has pulled together small-scaled works from 30 artists to celebrate the launch of this new project space run by Javier Hernandez.
Artists include: Carol Adrianza, Mauricio Abasca,l Kevin Arrow, Bhakti Baxter, Annie Blazejack, Agnes Bolt, Bookleggers, Raymond Brown, Jason Carlisle, Rebecca Rosen Carlisle, Jim Drain, Cara Despain, Giselle Devera, Sinesa Kukec, Geddes Levenson, Justin Long, Emily Mcdonald,
Aurelia Majorel, Christin Paige Minnott, Eddie Negron, Christina Petterson, Kenny Riches, Marla Rosen, Javier Sasieta, Lauren Shapiro, Simone Stark, Alexia Stamatio, Erin Thurlow, Jean Michael Vissepo, Thomas Wheeler

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Sept 11-Oct 24
Makeover, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
Participating Artists: Double Zero, The Feminist Economics Department (The FED) with Elizabeth Beier, Michael Friedman, The Institute for New Feeling, Mutant Salon, Eli Thorne and Scott Vermeire. Special project with children's improvements on work by Michael Arcega, Jonn Herschend, Jason Jägel,
Alicia McCarthy and Catherine Wagner.

Makeover presents eight projects that explore the individual desire for improvement and faith in the emancipatory power of personal development. These projects include genuine quests for profound metamorphosis, playful experiments, desperate attempts to seem more impressive,
and glimpses into the pitfalls of constantly striving for progress and improvement.

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Aug 27
How To Water, curated by Shelley Holcomb and Theo Triantafyllidis, Eastside International, Los Angeles
with artists: Adam Ferriss, Alex Rickett, Brenna Murphy, Eva Papamargariti, Ezra Miller, Gergo Kovacs, Joe Hamilton, John Brumley, Julieta Gil, Katie Torn, Rachel Archibald, Sam Newell, Scott Andrew, Steve Gurysh, Theo Triantafyllidis, Vince Mckelvie

for the closing event, The Institute for New Feeling: presents" Watermark.mov," a hi-definition steam room featuring personal sauna pods.

featured in Art in America, 5 EveryDay, Hyperallergic, WOAH

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Aug 24
Institute For New Feeling and the Felt Book 1 hour segment on PaperCuts on Clocktower Radio

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Aug 10
Institute For New Feeling feature article in Huffington Post by Priscilla Frank "How to Feel New, Now"

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July

Felt Book Tour (a collaborative publication by the Institute for New Feeling)

June 24 - Recess, NY
July 2 - Vox Populi, Philadelphia
July 3 - SEDIMENT, Richmond
July 8 - Double Double Land, Toronto
July 10 - The Cave, Detroit
July 12 - Skylab, Columbus
July 14 - the Luminary, St. Louis
July 16 - Threewalls, Chicago
July 19 - the White Page, Minneapolis
July 22 - Leisure Gallery, Denver
July 26 - FalseFront, Portland
July 31 - StoreFront Lab, San Francisco

*Press: Hyperallergic, Observer; Westword

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June

Contribution to Familiars Quarterly

and Shock of the Femme Magazine

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May-June
Recess Session and solo exhibition (Institute for New Feeling), NYC

with recent press from:
Art in America;
Recess Critical Writing by Rebecca Worby produced in conjunction with Seek;
ANIMAL NY
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The Fade;
Art F City
Maake

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April 17-19
Open Engagement
: Place and Revolution, Pittsburgh, PA
Institute for New Feeling in collaboration with the Drift presents RPM.life
with support from the A.W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation, The STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, and The Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership

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April 16-July 19
Monkeytown 5, Barcelona
Albert Merino, Greta Alfaro, Dionis Escorsa, Juan Aizpitarte, Sra. Polaroiska, David Ferrando Giraut, Shana Moulton, Takeshi Murata, Will Rahilly,
Sarah Friedland, Agnes Bolt, Milton Melvin Croissant III, Jonathan Monaghan, and Montgomery Knott

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April 16, 3pm
Institute For New Feeling featured on KCHUNG radio's Her Variety.
With performances from Luke Loeffler, Brandon Joyce, Tracey Jeanne Rozendaal, Jess Langley, Corey Escoto and others

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April 2, Pittsburgh
ESP TV, Coast to Coast
A live TV studio performance and broadcast by the Institute For New Feeling

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March 31
Recess Benefit, NY
Beg, Borrow or Steal, will function as a game in which every guest will walk away with a unique work of art.
These works will be exhibited during the event, and guests will be assigned a piece at random.

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March 24
Felt Book exhibition reviewed by Rose Bouthillier for Arthopper, Associate Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland.

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February
Picture Farm Film Festival, Brooklyn, NY

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February 1 – March 21
Direct Object/Direct Action
Acretv.org
, live Internet TV

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January 30-March 27
SPACES, Cleveland, OH
Institute for New Feeling presents a solo project curated around the Felt Book

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Jan 9-19
C0-Organizing Mountain School of Art 2015
An artist-run school with lectures, workshops, trips and screenings

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Jan 6th
Papa John's Projects
IfNf screening on FB


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2014

Nov-Dec
Cannonball Residency, Miami
Nov 24th- Artist Talk, 7pm
Dec 5 - Open Studios, 11:00am - 2:00pm

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Oct 24-Dec 07
SUBSTRATE / Printed Matter from the Rust Belt, Metrospace Gallery in Lansing, Michigan
organized by Benjamin Gaydos

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October
Ortega y Gasset Gazette

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Sept 28
Pittsburgh, PA
The Drift debuts H3O for the Afronaut(a) Film Festival. H3O is a new event series transforming select sites along the rivers of Pittsburgh into immersive experiences
in sound, video projection, and new media art.
The Drift presents a select presentation of short video works that render embodiments of water and fluid form across classic cinema, CGI animation, performance,
and water fetish videos.

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Sept 27
Bunk Bed Conversations / “The Gamble House Edition
organized by Sasha Archibald for Cabinet Magazine, as part of Machine Project's,"Field Guide to the Gamble House" residency, Los Angeles, CA
Cabinet's contribution revives our Bunk Bed Conversations-a form of intellectual theater that explores the public potential of this most private, archaic,
and companionable of American scenes-except without the bunks! Over the course of two hours, a rotation of eight guests- Mark Allen, Agnes Bolt, Ingrid Calame,
Leland de la Durantaye, Josh Kun, Mark Lipson, Brian McMullen, and Tif Sigfrids-will occupy Gamble House beds, animating the spirit of the house with
broad-ranging and quick-changing dialogue. The Greeks believed that posture and physical disposition affect the mental faculties. We'll be putting this hypothesis to the test.

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Aug 15-Nov 2
Pittsburgh Biennial, Andrew Allison,Rafael Abreu-Canedo, Chris Beauregard, Kim Beck, Eli Blasko, Seth Clark, Lenka Clayton, Ron Copeland,
Sean Derry, Paula Garrick Klein, Steve Gurysh, Kate Hansen, Jane Haskell, Eli Kessler, Ryan Lammie, Anna Mikolay, Alexi Morrissey, Rich Pell,
Blaine Siegel, Sisters of the Lattice, Gemma Smith, Ivette Spradlin, Barbara Weissberger
co-organized by the Carnegie Museum of Art, Warhol Museum and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.

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June 23-July 13
Associate Artist at Atlantic Center for the Arts, FL
with gratitude from the Joan Mitchell Scholarship Fund

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June 14 – August 23
Interchange, Goldie Paley Gallery, Philadelphia, PA. Organized by Grizzly Grizzly and Practice Space.
Interchange brings together objects and actions created by artists in an even more direct circle of exchange and includes works that rely on
reciprocity, interdependence and communion – as well as conspiracy, codependence and commerce – for their creation and execution.

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May 30 – June 28
Body as Omen, Ortega and Gasset Projects, Queens, NY
Exploring the possibility of the body as a portal between environments and altered states of being. With Rachel Mason, Institute For New Feeling,
Geo Wyeth, Frank Haines, Maria Hupfield, Baker Overstreet, Ryder Cooley . Organized by Sheila Wilson.

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Sunday, May 18, 2014
Open Engagement, artist panel, Queens Museum of Art, NY
This panel brings together Brett Hunter, City Artist-in-residence, and Institute for New Feeling to share their perspectives on institutions by/with artists. 

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Reviewed by Kira Nam Green: Artist's Life and Institutional Changes: Open Engagement, Temporary Art Review, June 4, 2014

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May 13 - July 28
The Braddocks included in The Sandbox: At Play with the Photobook (part of the Hillman Photography Initiative)
Coatroom Gallery at Carnegie Museum of Art, curated by Spaces Corners

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Feb-May
Mountain School of Art in Los Angeles    

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March
Review of The Braddocks, the Art Book Review

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Feb 28-June 1
Monkeytown 4, Denver    
Takeshi Murata, Peter Burr, Shana Moulton, Kelly Monico, Will Rahilly, Laleh Mehran, Johanna Billing, Jeremy Couillard, Agnes Bolt,Quintin Gonzalez, 
Theo Angell, Milton Melvin Croissant III, Jonathan Monaghan, Chris Coleman, Alex McLeod, Phil Solomon,Montgomery Knott, Evan Mann, and several special guests. 
Curated by Montgomery Knott, with assistance from  MCA Denver, Denver Digerati  and Ivar Zeile at Plus Gallery and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

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Hotspot 2014 Tour
Hotspot is a sweat lodge ceremony for the Internet era centered around our feature-length film, Link.

Pittsburgh, PA//Wednesday, February 12, 8pm// Hollywood Theater
Portland, ME// Thursday, March 6, 7:30pm // Friday, March 7, 9pm //Saturday, March 8, 2pm // 5pm // 8pm // Space Gallery
Boston, MA// Sunday, March 9, 2pm // 4pm // 6pm // 8pm // kijidome
Providence, RI// Tuesday, March 11, 6pm // 8pm // Machines with Magnets

Co-presented by VIA, SPACE Gallery and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Artist Opportunity Grant

 

 

 

 

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