The Moving Picture Show

February 19 - March 27, 2022

The Moving Picture Show is a group exhibition of work by 10 media artists who embrace and challenge the conventional uses of video, creating work that is formally innovative, conceptually rigorous and politically significant. Rooted in the moving image, this assembly includes video installation, video sculpture and single channel video, all by artists who make their home in the Hudson Valley.

Themes of landscape and history, human interaction with both natural and synthetic plant life, hacking of video games and techniques of animation are explored. Works in The Moving Picture Show celebrate the camaraderie of shared creative principles but are also unflinching in their social critique.

The exhibition features pieces made during and in response to the pandemic confinement as well as work preceding this period. Participating artists include: Ephraim Asili, Cecilia Aldarondo, eteam (Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger), Goss&Gitlin, Maggie Hazen, Laleh Khorramian, Les LeVeque, Keith Sanborn and Carolee Schneemann. The Moving Picture Show is curated by Peggy Ahwesh.

Several programs to be announced will take place during the exhibition, including special screenings and talks. Open hours are Saturday & Sunday from 4-7pm.