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Trinity Square Video is pleased to announce the presentation of ONE-D, the first of TSV’s Themed Commission trilogy, ONE-D, TWO-D, THREE-D. This first of the commissioning series asked artists to expand the single channel experience into one that incorporates performance, and the results are in! Come join us for the public presentation of this exciting new work.

ONE-D presents work that challenges the conventions of spectatorship, the viewing space and the audience. Working at the intersection of performance and video, ONE-D explores a participatory and performative cinema beyond the projected image. These five artists use the body to expand the limits of video, body and gesture. They blur the boundary between image and presence, exploring acts of doubling that trouble the polemics of memory, loss, absence and otherness.

“In the age of the digital and the virtual and the mediated experience, there is something very visceral about watching live performance.”
Chief Curator Donna De Salvo, the Whitney Museum

Participating Artists:
Beau Coleman
Renée Lear
Irene Loughlin
Alexis Mitchell
Natalie Wood

Performances and opening reception:
November 28th, 2013
Reception at 7:00
Performances at 8:00

Exhibition dates:
November 28th – December 18th

Trinity Square Video (TSV) is a not-for-profit artist-run centre for the production, presentation, education and dissemination of video by artists and community organizations. Since 1971, TSV has made access to the means of representation its priority, providing a diverse community of video practitioners media-arts related development through workshops, seminars and classes, as well as offering a space for the creation and exhibition of video art. Through its public programming, TSV has advanced the understanding and appreciation of video produced by various community-based groups and numerous internationally recognized artists.

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