Amie Siegel, Deathstar / Todesstern, 2006, 5-channel video installation from 16mm film (still)Courtesy the Artist and Simon Preston Gallery, New York

Amie Siegel

Ranging from photography, video, film installations, performance and feature films for the cinema, Amie Siegel’s work has been featured in solo exhibitions including, recently, Amie Siegel: Provenance at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and solo and group exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; CCA Wattis, San Francisco, MoMA PS1; MAXXI Museum, Rome; Kunstmuseum Stuttgart; Kunst-Werke, Berlin; Walker Art Center and the Zabludowicz Collection, London. Her films have screened at the Cannes, Berlin, Toronto and New York Film Festivals, The Museum of Modern Art, New York and The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Her work has been written about in Artforum, Texte zur Kunst, Art in America, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Flash Art, Salon and others, and is in public and private collections including the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Tate Modern. She has been a fellow of the DAAD Berliner-Kunstlerprogramm and the Guggenheim Foundation, a recipient of the ICA Boston’s Foster Prize, a 2012 Sundance Institute award and the Forum Expanded award at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival.

The Amie Siegel and Victor Burgin exhibitions are part of a curated series of solo exhibitions, which also includes exhibitions by Peter Alwast and Greg Penn (Form, Line, Screen: Re-Viewing Architecture). This series of exhibitions explores the connections between modernist architecture and contemporary media technology. Julia Weissenberg’s work, to be presented at Total House, will also form a part of this.




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