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New Media ArtSpace: Richard Jochum
Start Date: 11/6/2017Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Date: 11/6/2017End Time: 7:30 PM
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New Media ArtSpace
Richard Jochum - The New Playground

November 6, 2017 at 6 PM

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General Admission: $16
Baruch Students: Free

This exhibition highlights selected works from the artist, which utilizes digital media as a playground. Humorous yet profound, Richard’s work creates a temporary space and time. It enables audiences to leave behind immediate reality, observe, play, shape, and in return being shaped by a new opening. At a time that seems to be increasingly fragmented, Jochum’s work invites us to come together and play. “I think art continually has to create new images for the time we live in. For the conditions and issues we deal with: existentially, politically, physically, and globally. Searching such images is what I am aiming for. My artistic work is often based on participation or embedded in local communities. I believe in an intriguing encounter between art producers and the public. Audiences can make us learn better and see things we would not have known yet. I understand both intelligence and creativity to be profoundly social.” 

ABOUT RICHARD JOCHUM: Richard Jochum is a conceptual artist working in a broad variety of media with a strong focus on video, interactive installation, performance, and photography. He is a studio member at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts and an associate professor of art and art education at Teachers College, Columbia University. He has worked in various media since the late 1990s and has had more than 140 international exhibitions and screenings. Richard received his PhD from the University of Vienna (1997) and an MFA in sculpture and media art from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna (2001). Richard’s art practice is accompanied by publications and research in the field of cultural theory, new media, and contemporary art and he has been awarded several grants and prizes. One of his latest projects in New York has been an interactive crossword installation with 27 video monitors, a web-interface, and crowd-sourced questions at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP in June 2017.

 

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