Jayce Salloum at NYU

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Date/Time: 22/04/2005 12:00 am

history of the present:
everything and nothing and other works from the ongoing video project,
‘untitled’, 1999-2005
Artists talk and screening with Jayce Salloum
April 22, 4:00-6:00 PM,
Islamic Visual Culture Series
Hagop Kevorkian Center, 50 Washington Sq. S.
Stephen Chan Auditorium (enter at 255 Sullivan St.)
New York University
Media artist Jayce Salloum will discuss and present videotapes from ‘untitled’, his ongoing multi-channel video installation and videotape addressing social and political realities and representations, manifestations, and enunciations, focusing on borders/nationalisms/ movements (shifts, transitions, and interstitial space/time) and subjectivity and the conditions of living between polarities of culture, geography, history, and ideology. The latest segment of this project centers on the Palestinian dispossession, and a personal response to trying to make something meaningful out of art production. Salloum has worked in installation, photography, video, text, and performance since 1975, as well as curating exhibitions, conducting workshops and coordinating cultural projects.
Co-sponsored by Center for Religion & Media and Center for Media, Culture & History.
This event is free, seating is limited and is available on a first come, first serve basis.

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