Posts tagged with : Squeaky Wheel
  • Jun 6th 2018

    Yvette Granata’s first solo show opening at Squeaky Wheel: #d8e0ea: post-cyberfeminist datum

    Join us on Friday, June 15th, 2018 for the opening reception of Yvette Granata’s exhibition #d8e0ea: post-cyberfeminist datum at Squeaky Wheel at 7pm.

    Squeaky Wheel presents the first solo exhibition of media theorist/artist and Media Study PhD Candidate Yvette Granata. The exhibition poses the concept of a ‘post-cyberfeminist datum’ as a type of data that has been banned in the future. Works in the show include performance video works, an immersive 360 essay that crosses Google’s Machine Vision API with immersive WebVR, and more.

    A newly commissioned essay on Granata’s work by scholar Bogna M. Konior accompanies the exhibition.

    Public programs presented as part of this exhibition:
    June 15, 7–9pm: Opening reception, with conversation between Yvette Granata and Maiko Tanaka at 7:30pm.
    June 29, 7pm: Performance: XENOYOGA((I REALLY WANT SOME)) by DJ xenoyoga
    July 6, 9pm: Augmented Reality Tour with Yvette Granata at secret site.
    August 18, 3pm: Curator’s Tour with Ekrem Serdar of d8e0ea

    Squeaky Wheel
    617 Main Street
    Buffalo, NY 14203
    (716) 884-7172

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  • Jul 6th 2017

    Shape of a Pocket Opens Friday, July 7, 2017 @ Squeaky Wheel

    Opening Reception: July 7, 6–9pm
    On View: June 30–August 26, 2017
    Events: July 29, August 12, August 25

    Featuring work by Media Study PhD candidates Kalpana Subramanian and Tony Yanick along with Morgan Arnett, Jason Bernagozzi, Charlie Best and Jaz Palermo, W. Michelle Harris, Kyla Kegler, Dana McKnight, Przemyslaw Moskal, Van Tran Nguyen, Elisa Peebles and the United Melanin Society, and Carl Spartz.

  • Feb 11th 2017

    Artist Skawennati presents at Plasma and Squeaky Wheel

    TimeTraveller™ (2008–2013)

    The Department of Media Study at University at Buffalo is excited to announce that the artist SKAWENNATI will be in Buffalo for two events this coming week.

    Sunday February 12th at 5pm, she will be screening her video project TimeTraveller at Squeaky Wheel (details below). This screening is free for Squeaky Wheel members and UB students enrolled in DMS 211.  Tickets are $7 for all others.

    Monday February 13th at 6:30pm, she will present her work as part of the Department of Media Study’s PLASMA lecture series in the Center for Arts, room 112, on University at Buffalo’s north campus.  This lecture is free and open to the public.

    PLASMA (Performances, Lectures, and Screening of Media Art) is sponsored by the Department of Media Study with support from the Department of English, Department of Art, Department of Philosophy, and the Department of Romance Languages.


  • Oct 4th 2016

    Anthony Yanick to present at Super/Quick – Presentations from UB Grads at Squeaky Wheel

    Anthony Yanick, PhD, Department of Media Study will present at Super/Quick – Presentations from UB Grads.

    Wednesday, October 5th, 2016
    7pm @ Squeaky Wheel

    University at Buffalo graduate and PhD students from Digital Media Studies, Studio Art, Visual Studies, and more, make 5-7 minute presentations on a range of topics and their current research.

  • Oct 4th 2016

    Exhibition: “Send Blank Tape” curated by Liz Flyntz MFA ’12


    SEND BLANK TAPE: Radical Software magazine and early video distribution networks
    Opening: Thursday, October 6th, 2016, 8:30pm – 10:30pm
    On view until November 1st
    Where: Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center
    Guest curated by Liz Flyntz (MFA’12)

    Based on Radical Software, the first periodical devoted to video, this survey presents some of the very earliest video art in existence. Previously hosted at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, Squeaky Wheel is proud to feature this exhibition for a one-month run in conjunction with the Buffalo International Film Festival. Featuring works by the Videofreex, as well as individuals and collectives such as Raindance, Ant Farm, John Reilly, Community Video, and Ladies Home Journal, with curatorial remarks by Liz Flyntz.

  • May 11th 2016

    Laura McGough moderates panel discussion at Squeaky Wheel 30th Anniversary

    Panel Discussion at Squeaky Wheel’s 30th Anniversary Closing Celebration and Conference
    Saturday, May 14, 2016 @ 3:30pm

    Pro-Choice Planet First Show 1

    Panel Members
    Laura McGough (moderator)
    Ron Ehmke
    Chris Hill
    Barbara Lattanzi


  • Dec 11th 2015

    Ekrem Serdar (MFA ’11) is Squeaky Wheel’s new Media Arts Curator

    Buffalo News Ekrem Serdar

    Congratulations to Ekrem Serdar (MFA ’11) on his hire as Squeaky Wheel Film and Media Arts Center’s new media arts curator! He’ll be sure to bring a lot of amazing work to Buffalo!

    Check out the article in the Buffalo News.

  • Dec 10th 2015

    Tanya Shilina-Conte’s project screening at Squeaky Wheel Media Arts Center

    PhD candidate Tanya Shilina-Conte will screen her media project, This Video Does Not Exist: Remixing in the Digital Age, at Squeaky Wheel Media Arts Center, Market Arcade, 617 Main Street, Buffalo NY, Friday, December 18, 4 p.m. 

    The screening will be accompanied by a short talk on the contemporary remix era, the emerging genre of the cinematic remix and the notions of copyright and fair use in the digital age.


  • Oct 9th 2015

    Squeaky Wheel’s 30th Anniversary Exhibition Opening 10/9/2015

    Squeaky Wheel’s 30th Anniversary Exhibition at the Burchfield Penney Art Center Project Space
    October 9, 2015 – January 24, 2016

    You’re invited to the opening reception of Squeaky Wheel’s 30th Anniversary Exhibition at the Burchfield Penney Art Center Project Gallery, featuring many members of the Media Study community. The exhibition celebrates the past, present and future of Squeaky Wheel’s legacy as a media art center in Western New York. The opening reception takes place on Friday, October 9, 5:30 – 8:00pm, during the M&T Bank Second Fridays at the Burchfield Penney Art Center. Members of the Burchfield Penney Art Center will receive free admission to the museum and additional programs during this time. The exhibition is on view from October 9, 2015-January 24, 2016. More info here!

  • Jun 22nd 2015

    Hollis Frampton: Select works

    Hollis Frampton

    On view June 20-September 5, 2015
    Opening Reception June 20 @ 7:00PM
    @ Squeaky Wheel & CEPA Gallery, 617 Main Street, Buffalo, NY


  • Feb 20th 2012

    Anna Scime’s doc screens at Buffalo’s Choices and Challenges

    everybody lives downstream

    Saturday, February 25, 2012, 2–5 pm
    Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Auditorium
    Burchfield Penney Art Center at Buffalo State College
    1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York 14222

    Buffalo’s Choices and Challenges, hosted by the Center for Economic and Policy Studies at Buffalo State College in cooperation with Artvoice, begins on February 25 with a screening of Anna Scime’s film Everyone Lives Downstream (2011), a documentary created as part of Squeaky Wheel’s Channels: Stories from the Niagara Frontier, in partnership with Riverkeeper. The film traces the roots of today’s Army Corps of Engineers dredging project on the Buffalo River. More info.

  • Nov 16th 2009

    PLACES: MFA candidate Mili Pradhan's thesis show @ Squeaky Wheel

    Squeaky Wheel’s inaugural Here & Now Regional Artist Showcase features MFA candidate Mili Pradhan’s thesis show PLACES.

    Saturday, Nov. 21st, 2009
    7:00pm – 10:00pm: Installation Opening and Artist Reception
    8pm Video Screening
    @ Squeaky Wheel – 712 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14202
    Cost: Free!

    On Saturday, November 21st, 2009, Squeaky Wheel presents the first edition of a new ongoing artist showcase geared towards featuring the work of the many emerging and innovative media and installation artists in the Western New York region. Squeaky Wheel’s Here & Now Regional Artist Showcase will start the series off by showing PLACES, a new media installation (in the upstairs gallery) and a screening of video work (8pm) by local Buffalo artist Mili Pradhan.

    PLACES is an interactive installation that brings viewers to the intimate space of the everyday through repetitive cycles of domestic activities. These activities, contingent on the images, evoke duration as a mode of both movement and absorption.

    Originally from Nepal, Mili Pradhan is a video and photography artist currently living and teaching in Buffalo, NY. She is a recipient of the UB Gender Institute Creative Arts Award (2008), and the New York State of
    Council on Arts Video Regrant (2007) for production of video works that have been screened at numerous symposiums and exhibit venues including the Western New York Media Art Exhibition, and Out of the Cube Symposium. She is currently a graduate student at The University of Buffalo, Department of Media Study.

    Squeaky Wheel’s Here &; Now Regional Artist Showcase is currently accepting submissions from emerging and established media artists that reside in Western New York. All genres, styles, and length are welcome! Installation artists and performers are also encouraged to apply. Please include a brief description of the work, short bio, screening history (if appropriate), and a DVD (or mini-DV) of your work. All entries will
    become part of our Media Library. Deadline is ongoing. Submit works to: Squeaky Wheel, 712 Main St., Bflo, NY 14202 (ATTN: Here & Now)

    For Hi-Res Images, Please contact Jax Deluca at Squeaky Wheel – // 884-7172.

  • Aug 10th 2009

    URFEST Traveling Film Festival


    URFest (Urban Renewal Traveling Film Festival) is a nationally touring documentary film festival from Buffalo, NY that screens films with the goal of starting community dialogues about urban revitalization. Organized by MFA Loren Sonnenberg and featuring films by Media Study folks. Check out their cross-country schedule and let all your friends know they’re coming to a town near you!
    URFest on Facebook

    Buffalo ReUSE: Building Community by Carl Lee focuses on the multi-faceted work of Buffalo ReUSE to deconstruct houses in order to create jobs and community. Produced by Squeaky Wheel.

    We Need Food Not Bombs by Ron Douglas explores how a grassroots organization in Buffalo has built community through sharing food in opposition to violence.

    We Own It by Loren Sonnenberg is a story about cooperative home ownership that follows Buffalo’s Nickel City Housing Cooperative through the purchase, renovation, and setup of their second community oriented (mostly non-student) cooperative house.

    PUSHing People Power: Rebuilding Buffalo’s West Side by Ruth Goldman is a story about ordinary citizens working together to create and sustain an urban community that values sustainable and equitable housing, jobs and lifestyles. More info about PUSH. Produced by Squeaky Wheel

  • Jul 3rd 2009

    ELAPSE (point of origin): Lindsey Lodhie's MFA Thesis Exhibition @ Squeaky Wheel


    ELAPSE (point of origin): miles, hours, minutes

    When: Saturday, July 11th, 2009
    7pm Opening Reception
    8pm Screening & Performance Works in Translation

    Where: Squeaky Wheel – 712 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14202

    Cost: FREE

    Contact: Jax Deluca – / 884-7172
    or Lindsey Lodhie – / 503-819-6920

    Elapse is a multi-channel film/video installation exploring spatial and temporal mapping through single-frame 16mm animation and experimental time-lapse photographic recording. Installation view consists of eight discrete journeys originating from two points of origin (one in the NE region of the country, Buffalo, NY and one in the NW region of the country, Portland, OR). Each journey was photographed frame by frame with B&W 16mm print stocks according to a given rate of capture (such as 10 frames per 10 minutes). This MFA thesis exhibition by Lindsey Lodhie will be on view in Squeaky Wheel’s NEW Upstairs Installation Gallery Space from June 18th – August 29th. Following the Opening Reception is a screening of works by Lindsey Lodhie & Francesco Gagliardi at 8pm.

    Works in Translation
    Video and Performance by Lindsey Lodhie & Francesco Gagliardi
    Screening at 8pm, (following Opening Reception of Elapse)

    trans·la·tion |trans_l_ sh _n; tranz-| noun

      • a) the process of translating words or text from one language into another
      • b) a written or spoken rendering of the meaning of a word, speech, book, or other text, in another language
      • c) the conversion of something from one form or medium into another
    1. [formal or technical] the process of moving something from one place to another

    A program of single channel film/video and live performance exploring the notion of translation as a crossing – from one medium to another, from one form to another, from one place to another.