Posts tagged with : Galia Binder
  • Nov 6th 2017

    Art and Media Study Graduate Open Studios Event

    Please join us Thursday, November 9th from 6:00-9:00pm for our annual Graduate Open Studios event!

    Open Studios is an opportunity for the public to meet the next generation of artists at UB. Students in UB’s graduate programs in Art and Media Study invite the public into their studios to engage with their work on more intimate terms. This year’s event is distributed throughout the Center for the Arts on North Campus, and includes a program of film screenings and performances throughout the evening. We’re aiming to create a dynamic event that attracts members of the local arts community as well as the public at large and introduces the incredible work our graduates are making to a broad and diverse audience.

    GRADUATE OPEN STUDIOS
    DEPARTMENTS OF ART AND MEDIA STUDY
    THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2017
    6:00 – 9:00 PM

    CENTER FOR THE ARTS
    UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO
    NORTH CAMPUS

    – UB GALLERIES OPEN LATE
    – OPEN STUDIOS
    – MEDIA SCREENINGS
    – PERFORMANCES

    Check out the Facebook Event Page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1254213354678680/

  • Oct 25th 2017

    Galia Binder MFA show : The Affirmative Project’s “Between People” on October 27th 2017

    The Affirmative Project brings together over fifty artists to launch an Arts and Activism movement in Buffalo

    “Affirmative ethics is not about the avoidance of pain, but rather about transcending the resignation and passivity that ensue from being hurt, lost, and dispossessed … internal disarray, fracture, and pain are also the conditions of possibility for ethical transformation … This [sic] constructs hope as a social project.”
    – Rosi Braidotti (more…)

  • Apr 28th 2017

    Seeking Presence: An MFA Media Student Show at Sugar City 4/28 8-9:30 PM

    “Seeking Presence” unites University at Buffalo Department of Media Study and School of Architecture and Planning MFA Students Amirreza Azadeh, Galia Binder, Rachel Doktor, Matt Phan, Sara Stabley, and John Wightman in relationship to longing: for objects, animate and inanimate, physical structures, both alive and gone, and places, real and imagined, lost or never visited, that have left their stains of being and becoming on our bodies of work.

    Join us from 8:00-9:30 pm on April 28, 2017 at Sugar City, 1239 Niagara Street, for an evening of film installation, animated objects, conceptual space, site-specific media, textile art, and live performance. Plentiful refreshments will be served. RSVP to the Facebook event here.
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  • Nov 4th 2016

    Grad Open Studios in the Departments of Art & Media Study, Thursday, November 10th, 2016

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    GRADUATE OPEN STUDIOS
    DEPARTMENTS OF ART AND MEDIA STUDY
    THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10TH 2016
    7:00 – 10:00 PM
    @
    CENTER FOR THE ARTS
    UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO
    NORTH CAMPUS

    UB GALLERIES OPEN LATE!!!
    OPEN STUDIOS, MEDIA SCREENINGS AND PERFORMANCES

    Open Studios is an opportunity for the public to meet the next generation of artists at UB. Students in UB’s graduate programs in Art and Media Study invite the public into their studios to engage with their work in more intimate terms. (more…)

  • Oct 13th 2016

    Galia Binder and Chloe Higginbotham Present Work of Project pARTicIP-ATE at DEEP Conference

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    DMS MFA Candidate Galia Binder and MFA grad Chloe Higginbotham will present at the DEEP Conference–Designing Enabling Economies and Policies in Toronto on October 13 and 14, as part of Project pARTicIP-ATE.
    In the Summer of 2016, an interdisciplinary team from the University at Buffalo directed by Jeff Higginbotham and co-directed by Josephine Antsey, amongst others, premiered a unique experiment in art practice and disability studies research—Project pARTicIP-ATE:  ARTistic experience, InterProfessional Education and Access through Expressive Technology.

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  • Aug 1st 2016

    DMS Grads Sarah Mann and Galia Binder at the Infringement Festival 2016

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    DMS Grads Sarah Mann and Galia Binder are taking on Infringement Festival this year! They would love for you to come to their living room and see what they’ve been working on this summer.

    Where Nobody I Knew Could Ever Come (2016) takes its title from Sylvia Plath’s poetic novel The Bell Jar (1963), as her protagonist Esther wakes up from an overdose in the hospital and realizes she wants to be “…where nobody I knew would ever come.”

    Esther leaves the suburbs and enters into a struggle with gender, sexuality, race, class, mental illness, and her potential to create. Our experimental short film takes up this artistic concept in the now—inhabiting one young woman’s vignettes of ambivalent nostalgia for her own suburban coming of age narrative.

    For 12 hours on a Tuesday at The Pop In, come have a fruit roll-up and some Sunny D in our temporary living room. Pick up the remote (skip the commercials, if you’d like) and step inside a sense of what it means to have been alive for eighteen years and have never left this place.

    Where Nobody I Knew Could Ever Come
    (2016) runs on loop from 10 am-10 pm, August 2nd, 2016, at The Pop In (218 Grant Street Buffalo, NY 14213).

    https://www.facebook.com/events/635382539955789/

  • May 6th 2016

    Thesis Exhibition: EXCURSIONS INTO UNKNOWABLE WORLDS: A site-specific, immersive performance by Stanzi Vaubel

    EXCURSIONS INTO UNKNOWABLE WORLDS:
    A site-specific, immersive performance by Stanzi Vaubel

    When: 5/12/16 + 5/13/16, 7:30-9:30 pm
    Where: Hi-Temp Fabrication, 79 Perry Street, Buffalo, NY 14203
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  • Apr 19th 2016

    Lydia Cordero-Campis presents [The Subject] of Language April 28

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    Do we define the use of language? Or do we let language define us?
    Lydia Cordero-Campis presents her MFA Exhibition, [The Subject] of Language, a double feature of short films, Confrontando Caras by Lydia Cordero-Campis & collaborative work  “흔적 (Traces)”, April 28, 7:30-9:00 PM at Sugar City, 1239 Niagara St. Buffalo, NY 14213. Join us for an evening of thought provoking work and engaging discussion! Screening will begin promptly at 7:45 and run on loop after break for informal discussion until 9:00 PM.  (more…)

  • Apr 13th 2016

    Grad Students & Faculty take part in New Media Digital Poetry Festival with BENERVA! 4/17-4/18

    BENERVA! and the New Media Digital Poetry Festival, events featuring the work of current and past Media Study and Music Department graduate students, faculty, and visiting PLASMA speakers and artists BENERVA! are taking place this Sunday and Monday, April 17-18.

    See the attached flyer for more times and details:
    New Media Digital Poetry Festival Flyer