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Gabe Kenney
Grants for Visual Artists

Gabe Kenney creates elaborate installation and performance works that combine carefully arranged and selected printed matter like scientific illustrations, diagrams, digital prints and graphic wall patterns with objects of aging technology, whiteboards, organs, janitors equipment to set the stage for a conflicted character to emerge, often performed by the artist...

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Markus Kåhre & Liverpool Biennial
New Work Project Grant

Harpo funding will be used to support a new commission by Markus Kåhre for the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art. Kåhre will transform the first floor of a 1746 public house into a site-specific installation that will reference the communal linguistic root of words such as ‘host’, ‘guest’ and ‘ghost’,...

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Jennet Thomas and Matt’s Gallery
New Work Project Grant

Jennet Thomas: All Suffering SOON TO END! Presented by Matt's Gallery, London, U.K. April 14 - June 6, 2010 Comprised of narrative film, sculpture, sound, and performance, Thomas reconstructed the gallery into two interconnecting chambers. The first is the Dark Chamber in which a 30 minute film plays continuously. Escalating into...

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Josh Beckman and Machine Project
New Work Project Grant

Josh Beckman's Sea Nymph Presented by Machine Project, Los Angeles, CA September 5 - October 22, 2010 A shipwrecked boat inside the space was host to a series of nautical-themed events, performances, lectures, and workshops. For more information about this project, visit here....

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Richie Budd and Artpace San Antonio
New Work Project Grant

Absorbing Liminal Homeostasis November 06, 2008 - January 11, 2009 Artpace San Antonio Richie Budd's installation for Artpace, Absorbing Liminal Homeostasis, is a new chapter in the artist's investigation of heightened sensory experience. It incorporates Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a communication model applied in psychotherapy that studies the structure of subjective experience....

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Mike Nelson and Creative Time
New Work Project Grant

In his first major American installation, two-time Turner Prize nominee Mike Nelson transformed the cavernous, derelict Essex Street Market into an epic maze of constructed rooms, passageways and trick doors, in which the visitors’ cautious exploration becomes itself an act of performance. Nelson likens the experience to being lost in...

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