The Annual International Festival of Time-Based Media. Continuing with the AIM 2002 Lecture Series III: Coco Fusco and Ricardo Dominguez.
The Annual International Festival of Time-Based Media
Presented by the University of Southern California School of Fine Arts
CONTINUING WITH THE AIM 2002 LECTURE SERIES AIM III: LUNA PARK PRESENTS:
COCO FUSCO and RICARDO DOMINGUEZ
Saturday, March 23rd, 2-4 pm
Interdisciplinary artist COCO FUSCO has lectured, performed, exhibited, and curated programs throughout the world. Fusco's performances include Dolores from 10h to 22h with Ricardo Dominguez (2001), Votos (1999-2000), Stuff with Nao Bustamante (1996-99), and Sudaca Enterprises (1997), and her work has been included in, among others, the Whitney Biennial, the Sydney Biennale, and the London International Theatre Festival. She is the author of English is Broken Here, a collection of essays on art, media and cultural politics; and the editor of Corpus Delecti: Performance Art of the Americas (1999). Her writings appear in numerous publications, including: the Village Voice, the LA Times, Art in America, and Frieze, and a collection of her essays and performance texts will be published by Routledge in 2001.
Ricardo Dominguez is a co-founder of The Electronic Disturbance Theater (EDT), a group who developed Virtual-Sit-In technologies in 1998 in solidarity with the Zapatista communities in Chiapas, Mexico. EDT's SWARM action was presented at Ars Electronica's InfoWar Festival in 1998. A former member of Critical Art Ensemble, Dominguez is currently a Worker with Fake-Fakeshop, a hybrid performance group that was included in the Whitney Biennial, and Senior Editor of The Thing. He is the editor of EDT's book Hacktivism: network-art-activism, (Autonomedia Press, 2001), and his essays have appeared at Ctheory and recently in Corpus Delecti: Performance Art of the Americas, edited by Coco Fusco.
AIM is the annual international festival of time-based media presented by the University of Southern California School of Fine Arts. AIM is directed by Janet Owen and programmed by Christiane Robbins. This lecture is Presented by AIM and co-sponsored by the USC Janet and George Handtmann Lecture Series in Photography.
All events are free and open to the public. No reservation required.
Tel: 213 740 ARTS
AIM III EVENTS CALENDAR
AIM III LECTURE SERIES
Saturday, January 26, 2-4pm, Ahmanson Auditorium, MOCA.
<>Paul D. Miller, AKA DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid
Saturday, February 23, 2-4pm, Ahmanson Auditorium, MOCA
<>Coco Fusco, with Ricardo Dominguez
Saturday, March 23rd, 2-4pm, Ahmanson Auditorium, MOCA
Saturday, April 6th, 2-4pm, Ahmanson Auditorium, MOCA
AIM III SYMPOSIUM
<>Day One: Friday April 19, 10am-5pm, Annenberg Auditorium, USC Campus
<>Day Two: Saturday April 20, 10am -5pm, Ahmanson Auditorium, MOCA
AIM III INTERNATIONAL ONLINE STUDENT COMPETITION
<>Monday March 25, 2002: Premiering on-line
<>Monday March 25, 2002 - Thursday March 28, 2002: On exhibition at the Helen Lindhurst Fine Arts Gallery, USC
AIM III RELATED EVENTS
<>Dolores From 10h - 22h: Santa Monica Museum of Art, 11am - 11pm Friday April 5, 2002
<>Comfort Control: Raid Projects Gallery
April 6 - April 27, 2002
AIM III is presented by the USC School of Fine Arts and co-sponsored by: USC Annenberg School for Communication, USC Arts Initiative, Apple , CORAL, USC School of Engineering, USC Integrated Media Systems Center, USC James Irvine Foundation Center for Scholarly Technology, USC Janet and George Handtmann Lecture Series in Photography, USC Matrix Program for Digital Media, Program 12, Panasonic Broadcast and Television Systems, Santa Monica Museum of Art, USC School of Fine Arts Associates, SuperHappyBunny, and USC Spectrum.
Museum of Contemporary Art (at the California Plaza)
250 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012