Curated Artist Registry

The White Columns Curated Artist Registry is an online catalog of digital images documenting the work of artists who are not affiliated with a commercial gallery in New York City. Each submission is reviewed by our curatorial staff; in order to be considered for the registry, one must submit work digitally via this website.

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Updated: 2017-11-22 17:01:43

Videos


Scorpions

Performance Documentation: Collaboration with Chris Habana. Three performers wear sculptural jewelry pieces that combine their bodies and restrict their movement. Moments of pleasure, paint, and care are framed by the brass and leather pieces as the performers navigate the limitations and possibilities of their new combined body.


The Past Three Nights

Performance Documentation of "The Past Three Nights" in which three performers become the armature for a painting.


The Past Three Nights

Performance Documentation of "The Past Three Nights" in which three performers become the armature for a painting.


Material Eyes

In artist Vincent Tiley's 2016 video "Material Eyes," the artist’s mother operates a Da Vinci surgical robot to explore and manipulate his face. Seeing becomes an invasive physical action as the eye of the camera is given mechanical hands that prod and poke the artist like a specimen. Pathos is registered by the affectless machine through the delicate gestures of the artist’s mother.


Sad Pretty Boys

Performance documentation: Three performers sit in chairs and cry for three straight hours. Each performer is seated behind a stack of portraits of themselves which are available for the audience to take with them.


The Bees Know What to Do

Hunter Reynolds arranges flowers in and on the body of Jasper Colorado. The flowers are transformed into a physical manifestation of desire and visual reminder of the bloom of kaposi sarcoma. Tension and attraction arise between the the generation devastated by AIDS and the generation that followed.


Baby You're Never There

Performance Documentation of Vincent Tiley dancing for 24 straight hours. Music is provided by a rotation of live DJs. The performer does not eat and can only drink from the installation of gatorade bottles lined up along the wall of the gallery.




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