Judith Barry

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[USA]

artist, writer

* 1954, Columbus, Ohio [USA]
lives and works in New York City [USA]

Judith Barry studied at the University of California, Berkeley, and received a MFA from New York Institute of Technology. Her work crosses a number of disciplines: performance, installation, film/video, sculpture, photography, new media. She has exhibited internationally at such venues as the Venice Biennale of Art/Architecture, São Paulo Biennale, Whitney Biennale, Nagoya Biennale, Cairo Biennale, Carnegie International, Australian Biennale, among others. In 2000, she won the »Kiesler Prize for Architecture and the Arts« and was awarded »Best Pavilion« at the Cairo Biennale. Currently, she is working on a book about art and technology, several installation projects and a Web-based work.

Awards and Grants | Solo Exhibitions, Screenings and Performances | Group Exhibitions, Screenings and Performances | Works in Public Collections | Recommended Links

Awards and Grants ::
[selected]

Best Pavilion, 8th Cairo Biennale, 2001; Frederick Kiesler Prize for Architecture and the Arts [A], 2000; Emerging Forms Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts [USA], 1997; Wexner Center for the Arts Residency in Video [USA], 1996; Emerging Forms Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts [USA], 1990; Artist Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts [USA], 1989; Art Matters [project grant], New York State Council on the Arts [USA], 1986; Emerging Forms Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts [USA], 1986; LINE, 1978 [book award].

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Solo Exhbitions/ Screenings/ Performances ::

2000
»The terror and possibility of the things not seen«, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles [USA]

1999
»First and Third«, MediARTS, St Louis [USA] - (outdoor public projection in multiple locations)

1998
»the terror and possibilities in the things not seen«, Luis Serpa Galeria, Lisbon [P]

1996
»Au bout des levres«, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels [B]
»Rouen: Touring Machines, Intermittent Futures«, Sous Sol, Geneva [CH]

1994
»Rouen: Touring Machines, Intermittent Futures«, Statengalerie, The Hague [NL]

1993
»Imagination, Dead Imagine«, »Model for Stage and Screen«, Presentation House, Vancouver [CDN]
»The Work of the Forest«, MOPT, Madrid [E]

1992
»Imagination, Dead Imagine«, »Model for Stage and Screen«, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Chicago [USA]
»Selected Works«, Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam [NL] - (screening)
»The Work of the Forest«, de Appel, Amsterdam [NL]
»First and Third«, Rena Bransten Gallery«, San Francisco [USA]
»The Work of the Forest«, Fondation pour l’architecture, Brussels [B] - [traveled to: Musée des Beaux Arts, Dunkerque [F] and Palais Jacques Coeur, Bourges [F]

1991
»Imagination, Dead Imagine«, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York [USA]
»Public Fantasy«, Institute of Contemporary Art, London [UK]
»In Other Words«, Riverside Studios, London [UK] - (public video projection in Hammersmith Underground Station)

1989
»Echo/In the Shadow of the City...vamp r y«, Galerie Xavier Hufkens, Brussels [B]
»Maelstrom«, MATRIX, University Art Museum, Berkeley [USA]
»In the Shadow of the City...vamp r y«, Washington Project for the Arts [USA]

1988
»Echo« and »In the Shadow...«, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin [IRL]
»Loie Fuller: Dance of Colors«, Nouvelles Scènes, Dijon, and Biennale de la Danse, Lyon [F] - (performance with Brygida Ochaim)

1986
»Echo«, Projects 2, Museum of Modern Art, New York [USA]
»In the Shadow...«, New Langton Arts, San Francisco [USA]

1985
»Change the Zoning Laws«, Times Square Spectracolor Board, New York [USA]

1984
»Mass Fantasies/Special Cultures«, de Appel, Amsterdam [NL] - (performance)

1982
»Ideology/Praxis«, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [USA] - (screening)
»Casual Shopper/They Agape«, University Art Museum, Berkeley [USA] - (screening)
»Space Invaders«, International Cultural Center, Antwerp [B]

1980
»Video Viewpoints«, Museum of Modern Art, New York [USA] - (screening)

1978
»Kaleidoscope«, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco [USA] - (performance)

1977
»PastPresentFutureTense«, 80 Langton Street, San Francisco [USA] - (performance)

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Group Exhibitions/Screenings/ Performances ::
[selected]

2000
»Venice Biennial. 7th International Architecture Exhibition«, Venice [I]
»Performing Bodies«, Tate Modern, London [UK]
»Insite 2000«, San Diego/Tijuana [USA/MEX]
»Vision Machine«, Musée des Beaux Arts, Nantes [F]
»Around 1984«, PS 1, New York [USA]
»Cross Currents«, Russian Museum, St Petersburg [RUS]

1999
»Voices«, Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing [F]
»Exploding Cinema«, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam [NL]
»Notorious«, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford [UK] - (traveled to: Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, [AUS]; Art Gallery Hamilton, Ontario [CDN]; Kunsthallen Brandst Klaedefabrik, Odense [DK])

1998
»Voices«, Witte de With, Rotterdam [NL]; Miro Foundation, Barcelona [E]
»Body Mecanique«, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH [USA]

1997
»Between Lantern and Laser«, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle [USA]
»INSITE '97: the terror and possibilities in the things not seen«, San Diego/Tijuana [USA/MEX]
»Hall of Mirrors«, Palazzo delle Exposiziioni, Rome [I]; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago [USA]
»Hall of Mirrors: Art and Film since 1945«, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles [USA]; Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH [USA]
»Itinerant Texts«, British Museum, London [UK]

1995
»Video Spaces: 8 Installations«, Museum of Modern Art, New York [USA]
»Endurance«, Exit Art, New York [USA] - (traveling exhibtion)
Tapies Foundation, Barcelona [E] - (screening)

1994
»22nd International Bienal of Sao Paulo«, Sao Paulo [BR]
»Entre la Presència i la Representacio«, Fundacio 'la Caixa' Centre Cultural, Barcelona [E]
»Multiple Dimensions«, Belem Cultural Center, Lisbon [P]
»Dan Graham/Walker Evans«, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [USA] - (screening)
»Don’t Look Now«, Thread Waxing Space, New York [USA]

1993
»On taking a normal situation and retranslating it into overlapping and multiple readings of conditions past and present«, Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (MUHKA), Antwerp [B]
»Artec '93«, Nagoya Museum of Art, Nagoya [J]
»Four Walls«, (as part of »Seven Rooms, Seven Shows«), PS 1, Long Island City, NY [USA]

1991
»Outer Space«, Hayward Gallery, London [UK] - (touring exhibition)
»Ars Memoriae Carnegiensis«, The Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh [USA]

1990
»The Presence of Absence«, Independent Curators International [USA] - (traveling exhibition)
»Rhetorical Image«, New Museum, New York [USA]
»From Receiver to Remote Control: the TV Set«, New Museum, New York [USA] - (exhibition design in collaboration with Ken Saylor)
»Loie Fuller: Dance of Colors«, Biennale de la Danse, Lyon [F] - (collaboration with Brygida Ochaim)

1989
»Image-World«, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [USA]
»Forest of Signs«, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles [USA]
»Video-Skulptur retrospektiv und aktuell«, Cologne and Berlin [D] - (screening)

1988
»The World of Malcom McLaren«, New Museum, New York [USA] - (exhibition design in collaboration with Ken Saylor)
»The Presence of Absence«, Independent Curators, Inc. [USA] - (touring exhibition)
»Aperto«, Venice Biennial, Venice [I]
»Twentieth Anniversary of Film/Video Arts«, Museum of Modern Art, New York - [USA] - (screening)
»Extant-Highlights of Video History«, The Kitchen, New York [USA] - (screening)

1987
»First and Third«, Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [USA]
»This is Tomorrow Today«, Clocktower, New York [USA] - (exhibition design)
Australian International Video Festival, Melbourne [AUS] - (screening)

1986
»Damaged Goods«, New Museum, New York [USA]
»Festival des Arts Electroniques«, Rennes [F] - (screening)
Basel Video Festival, Basel [CH]

1985
»The Art of Memory/The Loss of History«, New Museum, New York [USA]
»Alles und Noch Viel Mehr«, Kunstmuseum Bern, Berne [CH] - (screening)
»Talking Back to Media«, de Appel, Amsterdam [NL] - (screening)

1984
»Difference: On Representation and Sexuality«, New Museum, New York [USA] - (screening) »Social Spaces«, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff [CDN] - (screening)
»Stories of Her Own«, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis [USA] - (screening)

1983
»Scenes and Conventions-Artists’ Architecture«, Institute of Contemporary Art, London [UK]
Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam [NL] - (screening)
»Worldwide Video Festival«, Kijkhuis, Den Haag [NL] - (screening)

1982
»Vision in Disbelief«, 4th Biennale of Sydney, Sdyney [AUS] - (screening)
»Godard/Barry, Knight/Graham«, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich [D]
»World Wide Video Festival«, Kijkhuis, The Hague [NL] - (screening)

1981
»National Video Festival«, AFI-Kennedy-Center, Washington, DC [USA] - (screening)
»San Francisco International Video Festival«, San Francisco [USA] - (screening)

1980
»A Decade of Women in Performance Art«, Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans [USA]

1979
»The Second International Performance Festival«, Bologna [I] - (performance)
»Twelve Artists«, de Appel, Amsterdam [NL] - (screening)

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Public Collections ::
[selected]

Fundacio La Caixa [E]; Fonds national d'art contemporain [F]; FRAC Corse [F]; POSTPERFECT, New York [USA]; Centre George Pompidou, Paris [F]; Art Gallery of Ontario [CDN]; Dia Center for the Arts, New York [USA]; California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, Cal. [USA]; New York Public Library, New York [USA]; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa [CDN]; Chicago Art Institute, Chicago [USA].

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Recommended Links ::

- >Judith Barry : Further biographical information ::
http://architecture.mit.edu/people/profiles/prbarr.html

- > The Austrian Frederick Kiesler Prize for Architecture and the Arts ::
http://www.kiesler.org/indexe.html

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