December 1-2, 2012
1018 GW Amsterdam
The Research and Destroy Department of Black Mountain College.
Group show curated by Jean Bernard Koeman
Opens Friday 19 October at W139 Amsterdam
Featuring Stian Adlandsvik, Frank Ammerlaan, Saar Amptmeijer, Leyla Aydoslu, Sara Bjarland, Sven Boel, Kees Boevé, Antonia Breme, Crystal Z Campbell, Melanie Ebenhoch, Johan Henning, Roderick Hietbrink, Jan Hopf, Jeroen van der Hulst, Saskia Noor van Imhoff, Asger Behncke Jacobson, Katrin Kamrau, Daniel vom Keller, Bram Kinsbergen, Joris Kritis, Linda Lenssen, Mahal de Man, Tim Mathijsen, Sofia Montenegro, Xue Mu, Suat Öğüt, Marc Oosting, Olivia Alders Plessers, Thomas Raat, Daniel Rödiger, Fabian Schröder, Rosa Sijben, Kema Spencer, Edward Clydesdale Thomson, Britt Vangenechten, Kasper de Vos, Amanda Wasielewski, Jonas Wijtenburg, Emile Zile, Felicia von Zweigbergk.
Opens August 31, 6pm
until September 23
45 Moreland Street
Footscray, Victoria 3011
Design One Minutes.
Group show of Australian video artists in Santiago, Chile. Featuring Ian Andrews, Emile Zile, The Kingpins, Anna Davis & Jason Gee, Philip Brophy, Denis Beaubois, Alex Kershaw, Lauren Brincat and Tony Schwensen.
Curated by Tim Welfare.
I’m showing ‘Larry Emdur’s Suit’ 2002 and ‘Five Production Company Logos in 3D’ 2010.
April 24 – May 27
Daniel Mudie-Cunningham’s project to collect songs to be played at funerals has opened at MONA in Hobart, Tasmania.
I chose a song by Daniel Johnston.
Photo by Pandarosa
In Search Of New Alliances
Five Production Company Logos in 3D showing in a group show at P.ART Zwolle,
curated by Edwin Stolk/The Organisation.
MERLIJN TWAALFHOVEN (NL)
ISABELLE SCHILTZ (BE)
ROBBERT WEIDE (NL)
EMILE ZILE (AU)
SEAN HANNAN (NL)
MARIJKE UITTENBROEK (NL)
HRISTINA TASHEVA (BG)
EDWIN STOLK (NL)
22 JANUARY – 4 MARCH 2012
THE PRODUCT IS THE MEDIUM
Artists: Anthony Antonellis, Anika Schwarzlose, Constant Dullaart, Baden Pailthorpe, Michael Manning, Emilio Gomariz, Adam Cruces, Niko Princen, Emile Zile, JK Keller.
Prosume This is organized and curated by Kim Asendorf, Anika Schwarzlose & Jonas Lund.
Review of ‘Five Production Company Logos in 3D’ by Urszula Dawkins in Realtime 103
Philip Brophy, in his catalogue essay for Five Production Company Logos in 3D, sees Emile Zile’s groin-level gesturing aptly as a ‘spoof’ on masturbatory corporate excess. It strikes me also as a kind of post-mass-media shadow-puppetry, almost as though Zile might be telling us a story around the campfire, his flickering hands casting the shape of mythical battles or god-heroes onto thin air.