North America

Cleveland, United States: Double Takes+

Double Takes: Historic and Contemporary Film + Video is an eleven-month exhibition program presented in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (moCa), during their 50th anniversary year. Each month, from October 2018 until September 2019, moCa Cleveland will pair one seminal work of early video art with a contemporary video work from KADIST’s international collection. The historical videos included in the series are made possible thanks to the generous support of the Video Data Bank, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The eleven historic, and eleven recent films and videos are thematically paired, at times for formal or conceptual resonance, and at other times as provocative counterpoints—highlighting relationships that range from the urgent to the absurd, spanning generations and borders. Double Takes is organized by A. Will Brown, Assistant Curator, moCa Cleveland and Joseph del Pesco, International Director, KADIST.

Double Takes celebrates the increasingly important place of film and video in contemporary art, and the various medium-defining contributions by artists and collectives included in this exhibition program: Lynda Benglis, Adelita Husni-Bey, Dara Birnbaum, Jiwon Choi, Tony Cokes, Alex Da Corte, Elena Damiani, Harun Farocki, Simone Forti, Sky Hopinka, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Nina Könneman, Paul Kos, Cinthia Marcelle, Christian Marclay, Pedro Neves Marques, Rabih Mroué, Bruce Nauman, Martha Rosler, John Smith, The Propeller Group and SUPERFLEX, and Andy Warhol.

Mind and Body | Oct. 18 – Nov. 5, 2018

Bruce Nauman (1941, Fort Wayne, IN)
Flesh to White to Black to Flesh, 1968

Adelita Husni-Bey (1985, Milan, Italy)
After the Finish Line, 2015

Repetition and Illusion | Nov. 6 – Dec. 3, 2018

Lynda Benglis (1941, Lake Charles, LA)
Mumble, 1972

Nina Könneman (1971, Bonn, Germany)
What’s New, 2015

Conditions and Power | Dec. 4 – Dec. 31, 2018

Martha Rosler (1943, Brooklyn, NY)
Secrets from the Street: No Disclosure, 1980

Sky Hopinka (1984 , Bellingham, WA; Ho-Chunk/Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians)
Dislocation Blues, 2017

Feminism and Mass Media | Jan. 1 – Jan. 28, 2019

Dara Birnbaum (1946, New York, NY)
Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman, 1978-79

Jiwon Choi (1991, Seoul, South Korea)
Seventeen Girlfriends, 2018

Representation and Poetics | Jan. 29 – Feb. 25, 2019

Tony Cokes (1956, Richmond, VA)
Black Celebration, 1988

Jibade-Khalil Huffman (1981, Detroit, MI)
Figuration (B), 2017

Celebrity and Performance | Feb. 26 – Apr. 1, 2019

Andy Warhol (1928-1987, Pittsburgh, PA)
Screen Tests, 1964-66

Alex Da Corte (1980, Camden, NJ)
Soft Graffiti, 2017

Echoes and Arguments | Apr. 2 – Apr. 29, 2019

Christian Marclay (1955, San Rafael, CA)
Telephones, 1995

The Propeller Group + SUPERFLEX

The Propeller Group (Ho Chi Minh City based collective, founded 2006) SUPERFLEX (Copenhagen based collective, founded 1993)

Movement and Play | Apr. 30 – Jun. 3, 2019

Simone Forti (1935, Florence, Italy)
Solo No. 1, 1974

Cinthia Marcelle (1974, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
Automóvel, 2012

Landscape and Psychology | Jun. 4 – Jul. 1, 2019

John Smith (1952, London, United Kingdom)
Associations, 1975

Elena Damiani (1979, Lima, Peru)
Intersticio, 2012

Technology and Evidence | Jul. 2 – Jul. 29, 2019

Harun Farocki (1944-2014, Nový Jicín, Czech Republic)
Inextinguishable Fire, 1969

Rabih Mroué (1967, Beirut, Lebanon)
The Pixelated Revolution, 2012

Cause and Effect | Jul. 30 – Sep. 2, 2019

Paul Kos (1942, Rock Springs, WY)
Ice Makes Fire, 1974

Pedro Neves Marques (1984, Lisbon, Portugal)
The Pudic Relation between Machine and Plant, 2016