The MAMCO Geneve collection is now online
w/ Model Pleasure V
Event with documentation
May 30th, 2020
Zoom screening by Gallery 44 of after hiroshima mon amour,
w/discussion of representations of time in relation to historical and recent political events,
with Mignon Nixon,+ concluding with an audience exchange, including
Rosalyn Deutsche, Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Juliet Mitchell, + Michele Theriault.
This was one of two online elements of my covid-suspended one-person
exhibition at Gallery 44, "a few howls again," curated by Magdalyn Asimakis,
Alexandra Symons-Sutcliffe, +Jared Quinton. Scroll down to see access to the first event.
the whole event
statements by silvia and mignon
after hiroshima mon amour (there's a glitch at the beginning,
leaving out the title frames, but the rest is ok.)
the may 23rd discussion with mignon nixon
q+a with the audience
Jared Quinton in conversation with Silvia Kolbowski
This discussion was held on April 15th, 2020, in relation to the exhibition
Silvia Kolbowski: A Few Howls Again, planned to open at Gallery 44,
Toronto, on March 20th, but temporarily suspended due to the Covid-19
The exhibition was curated by Magdalyn Asimakis, Alexandra
Symons-Sutcliffe, and Jared Quinton. This discussion was included with
a Zoom screening of the film "That Monster: An Allegory" on April 18th,
co-sponsored by Gallery 44 and The Images Festival, Toronto.
Additional material from the exhibition can be found on the gallery
click on link below to view discussion:
"Discussion: Silvia Kolbowski and Jane Weinstock," 1986
is now available in a digitized, searchable, and downloadable version
of the full run of m/f a feminist journal, 1978-1986.
Silvia Kolbowski: A Few Howls Again
Gallery 44, Toronto, March 20-April 25, 2020
Curated by Magdalyn Asimakis, Jared Quinton, and Alexandra Symons-Sutcliff,
and sponsored by Gallery 44 and The Images Festival.
This exhibition has been suspended due to Covid19.
Videos and catalogue can be accessed here:
That Monster: An Allegory
Film Screening by Silvia Kolbowski
The Emily Harvey Foundation
537 Broadway #2
New York NY 10012
Friday, February 7th, 2019
A conversation with the art historian Rosalyn Deutsche will follow the screening,
followed by a discussion with the audience.
Silvia Kolbowski, That Monster: An Allegory
A review by Sasha Archibald in The White Review
Online Exclusive, January 2020
Posted on Texts/Interviews: Interview by Maud Jacquin and Sebastien Pluot on
Enlarged from the Catalogue: Michael Asher
A few howls again in Terror, Urban Art Center, Gorzow, Poland.
Curated by Leszek Golec.
Una presentation sobre la insuficiencia de las imagines
A few howls again screened at La Cueva, Mexico City.
5 October 2019.
Curated by Jared Quinton.
Missing Asher in The Intolerable Straight Line
Galerie Art & Essai
Universite´ Rennes II, Rennes, France
Curated by Maud Jacquin and Sébastien Pluot
15 November 2019-16 January 2020
Archive acquired by CCS Bard
[To be transferred in July , 2020)
That Monster: An Allegory
A screening with accompanying discussion
The Institute of Contemporary Arts in London
April 10, 2019