April 13, 2011

One is the Loneliest Number

Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib, Provisional Monument for the New Revolution

Institute of Contemporary Art,
University of Pennsylvania

Opening Reception:
Thursday April 21, 2011 6pm-8pm

One is the Loneliest Number” presents emerging artist duos based in Philadelphia and elsewhere. It features five collaboratives working in a variety of media, using a spectrum of approaches to highlight a collective mode that is increasingly present in contemporary practice.

April 12, 2011

Wave Currents


Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib with C Spencer Yeh

The Ibrahim Theater at International House
May 14th, 8pm

Hironaka, Suib and Yeh present a multimedia event that revisits the spectacle and phantasmagoria of the 1967 International and Universal Exposition — more commonly known as Expo 67.

February 14, 2011


PUSH/PULL An Exhibtion of Contemporary Video Art

An Exhibition of Contemporary Video Art

Thursday, February 17 · 6:00pm – 10:00pm
Built For Man / Open Space
509 13th Ave. Seattle Washington

Built For Man, Presents Push/Pull 2011, a presentation of contemporary video art. This exhibition will mark the Opening of the Built For Man Open Space, on Thursday February 17th in the Seattle University District at 509 13th ave.

Built For Man strongly believes, a vital community needs to support the arts; it has chosen to collaborate with artist John Criscitello, due to the familiarity of media and his commitment to this art form.

December 1, 2010

Soft & Hard

Soft & Hard - exhibition image - Melanie Bonajo, artist

Celebrating the Humorous in Contemporary Video Art by Women

Opening Reception:Thursday November 18, 2010 5pm-8:30pm

For its fall show at the Pacific Design Center, Young Projects will be focusing on the nature of humor in the realm of video art with a particular focus on female artists. The show features work by Tamy Ben-Tor, Melanie Bonajo, Harry Dodge & Stanya Kahn, Deven Green, Nadia Hironaka & Matthew Suib, Susi Jirkuff, Julie Lequin, Marie Losier, Jillian McDonald, Trine Lise Nedreaas, Laura Nova, Catherine Ross and more.

November 29, 2010

Betwixt & Between

Betwixt & Between - exhibition image - Tom Thayer, artist

November 11th, 2010 – January 22nd, 2011
An opening reception will be held November 11, 2010, 6 pm-8 pm.

Betwixt & Between is a group exhibition of contemporary short videos that inject the ordinary domestic landscape with existential content and psychological slippages. Informed by the visual and conceptual strategies of the Surrealists, and echoing their simple, direct methods for constructing dream-like experiences, the artists in Betwixt & Between create works that reveal the authority, alienation, and desire embedded in everyday objects and occurrences.

Exploring the flexibility and contradictory nature of the medium, the artists construct non-narrative videos that recall the emotional freedom of childhood; the curiosity of wonderment and the intrigue of the forbidden underscore many of the works exhibited. Mundane settings and items are repurposed in unexpected ways to glimpse into worlds uncertain and fantastic. Within these haunted realms, time is stretched, condensed, and fractured to unsettling effect.