Broadcast Yourself is on view at Cornerhouse, Manchester, for the summer. There are a number of related events. Hope to see you there!
SCREEN TEST: PANEL DISCUSSION
Sat 14 June 14:00
in the Gallery Spaces at Cornerhouse
Broadcast Yourself co-curator Kathy Rae Huffman, artists Benjamin Heidersberger (Van Gogh TV), Alistair Gentry, and producer Anna Ridley will discuss methods of dissemination for media art, including television, public spaces, urban screens, and the internet. The conversation will reference a range of artworks from the exhibition Broadcast Yourself. This talk will also look at the progression from early experiments in art broadcasting to online and interactive forums and how have they influenced internet webcasting.
This event will be available to view online soon so please check back…
BROADCAST YOURSELF EXHIBITION TOUR
Thu 19 June 18:00
Join Kathy Rae Huffman, Cornerhouseās Visual Arts Director and co-curator of Broadcast Yourself, and Chris Clarke, Cornerhouseās Visual Arts Education Officer for an introductory tour of the exhibition.
Places for this event are strictly limited, advance booking is highly recommended.
Click here for information on how to book.
SPECIAL SCREENING: EL NAFTAZTECA: CYBER AZTEC TV FOR 2000 AD AND AN AMERICAN FAMILY REVISITED: THE LOUDS 10 YEARS LATER
Sat 9 August 13:30
PRICE Ā£4.60 Full/ Ā£3.30 concs.
This double feature screening accompanying Broadcast Yourself presents two short films: Guillermo GĆ³mez-PeĆ±a’s El Naftazteca (1995, 58 min, Dir: Adrienne Jenik) is an online performance intervention, with the artist adopting a persona of a Chicano-Aztec VJ to elabourate the complications of American identity. An American Family Revisited (1983, 59 mins. Dir: Alan and Susan Raymond) is a ten-year update on the loud family and their reflections on becoming the first reality TV stars. The screening will be introduced by exhibition co-curators Sarah Cook and Kathy Rae Huffman.