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Sundance ♥s ASU Art Museum

Some exciting 2010 Sundance Film Festival connections for the Arizona State University Art Museum we knew you would enjoy…

Phoenix based artist/videomaker Matthew Moore’s work is selected as part of the Official 2010 Sundance New Frontiers program to take place during this year’s festival.

You will remember Moore’s farm installation and photo works from the 2006 exhibition New American City: Artists Look Forward.  He will be doing a major video art installation at a supermarket in Park City.  Here is a link:

Sundance Link

ASU Art Museum Project Link

Michael Mohan, a filmmaker from our 2008 ASU Art Museum Short Film and Video Festival and whose work The Interrogation appeared in the recent I’m Keeping an Eye on You group video exhibition at the Museum, has his newest film One Too Many Mornings as an Official Selection for the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.

Sundance Link

ASU Art Museum Project Link

ASU Art Museum 2008 Short Film and Video Festival

Shirin Neshat’s Women Without Men, which won her the Silver Lion for best director at the 66th Venice Film Festival in 2009 and was screened for the very first time publically as an early edit version in November of 2007 when the artist presented a lecture at ASU Art Museum, is an Official Sundance Selection this year.  The artist had a major solo exhibition at the ASU Art Museum in 2001:

Sundance Link

ASU Art Museum Project Link

Pipilotti Rist’s Lobe of Lung (The Saliva Ooze Away to the Underground) will be included in the Sundance New Frontiers program.  Her work was presented in a solo exhibition at the ASU Art Museum in 2002:

Sundance Link

ASU Art Museum Project Link

Congratulations to all of our ASU Art Museum friends!

Who’ll be next? Join us on the plaza for the 14th Annual Short Film & Video Festival on April 17!

– Curator John and diane

January 14, 2010 at 11:37 pm


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