Online exhibition presented as part of Time-Lapse
In 1969, Seth Siegelaub, pioneering supporter of conceptual art, organized
1969 a.k.a One Month, an exhibition that existed only in catalogue form.
invited thirty-one artists to contribute a work; one for each day of the
Time-Lapse curators Irene Hofmann and Janet Dees have conceived of a
is an homage to Siegelaub's ground-breaking "exhibition," updated for
technological world. March 2012 will be hosted on the homepage of SITE's
Each day during March one work by a different artist will be featured. The
artists are an international and intergenerational group currently working
conceptual, time-based and media-oriented practices.
Axle Contemporary, Daniel Bejar, Martin John Callanan, Beth Coleman +
Ron Cooper, Matthew Cusick, Faith Denham, Brent Green, Hillerbrand +
C. Jones, Tellervo Kalleinen + Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen, susan pui san lok,
McGarrigle, Linda Montano, neuroTransmitter, Huong Ngo (in collaboration
George Monteleone and Or Zubalsky), Paul Notzold, Geof Oppenheimer, Ben
Dawit L. Petros, Adrian Piper, Liliana Porter, Postcommodity, Mark Tribe,
X. Valdes, and Donald Woodman.
* On view this week:
March 1: Adrian Piper, Vanishing Point #2, 2009
March 2: Axle Contemporary, E Pluribus Unum, 2012
Visit Axle Contemporary's mobile gallery at SITE on this day between 10 AM
and 7 PM to be a participant in the E Pluribus Unum project, which will
a collective composite portrait of Santa Fe.
March 3: Daniel Bejar, Daniel Bejar/Destroyer (The Googlegänger), 2009-
March 4: Faith Denham*, Block H, 2007
March 5: Conor McGarrrigle*, Madmen: The Bittorent Edition, 2011
March 6: Brent Green, "Noah" from Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then, 2010
March 7: Hillerbrand + Magsamen, Accumulation, 2010
Time-Lapse is co-curated by Irene Hofmann, Phillips Director and Chief
Janet Dees, Assistant Curator. Support for this exhibition is generously
in part by Lisa and David Barker, Barker Realty. Additional support for
project is generously provided by Rosina L. Yue & Bert Lies, MD.