Double Real

Double Real  On View Friday, August 9–Sunday, November 24, 2019
Burchfield Penney Art Center – In The Front Yard Gallery

Work by Artists:

Peer Bode • Andrew Deutsch • Monica Duncan + Monica Duncan + Senem Pirler • Katherine Liberovskaya + Diane Ludin • Brian Murphy • Allen Riley • Rebekkah Palov • Eiko Otake • Linda Ryan • Anna Scime • Samantha Sloan • Eric Souther • Miatta Kawinzi

The exhibition features recent work from artists in residence at the Institute for Electronic Arts (IEA). The IEA media and film residency is about a space. A time-space that is open in rural western New York, without much to distract and a studio that features great technical complexity and potential. The studio is unruly and open, not easily presenting order, sometimes there is a sense of getting lost while trying to find your way. It’s an impure material system with technologies that span forty years, all together, not clearly yielding but inviting you to enter; to make a clearing, to make new thinking of the other and a new way of making the other exist. The work produced like the artists time in the studio is a restorative experience, a double real, changing time into perception – making time visible, creating a feeling of time that is something other than lived experience.


“Double Real” opening Burchfield Penney Art Center In The Front Yard Gallery


IEA Co-director Peer Bode and Donald J Metz, Associate Director, Public Programs BPAC


Video by Anna Scime “Dear Deer” at BPAC in The Front Yard Gallery


“Double Real” opening Burchfield Penney Art Center In The Front Yard Gallery


Video by Eiko Otake “A Body with Landscapes”, at BPAC in The Front Yard Gallery


Artists in the “Double Real” program attending the opening (left to right) Allen Riley, Brian Murphy, Anna Scime, Rebekkah Palov (artist/curator), Eric Souther & Peer Bode

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