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ARGUENDO opens at the Public Theater

Arguendo, a new play by Elevator Repair Service Theater Company in collaboration with The Office for Creative Research, will continue to run through Oct 27 at The Public Theater. The play re-enacts the 1991 Supreme Court Case Barnes v. Glen Theatre, initiated by a group of go-go dancers against an Indiana law banning public nudity. Electronically mediated with references to relevant court cases and the First Amendment [...]

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SHUFFLE at the New York Public Library

Shuffle is an entirely new kind of Elevator Repair Services performance, one with constantly re-generated text and a dream-like logic. Through this collaboration with installation artist Ben Rubin and UCLA statistician Mark Hansen, the company looks back on its last three pieces through the lens of creative data analysis. [...]

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BEACON at the National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia

Beacon (2010) is an light sculpture created by media artist Ben Rubin; its animated shapes are based on the unique visual structure of the pages of the Talmud. It was commissioned by the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, where it was permanently installed in November, 2010. The Talmud is the central document […]

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The VECTORS show at Bryce Wolkowitz

Vectors will be on display at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, 505 W 24th Street, from January 14 to Febuaray 18, 2011. The idea for Vectors began with my participation in Paul Virilio’s Stop-Eject exhibition in 2008. Stop-Eject centered around the collapse of geographic and political space in the mobile, connected world, and Virilio wanted the artists to show how people, goods, animals, money, and information flow across borders of all kinds. [...]

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Vectors opens Jan 14, 2010

VECTORS opens January 13, 2011

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by multi-media artist Ben Rubin. In his first solo show at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, Ben Rubin uses mid-20th-century technological artifacts, miniature image projection, sound, and electronic text displays to reveal vectors of movement, language, politics, and information. The show will feature all new work, including The Language of Diplomacy (2010-2011), a 24-foot text wall that mines the newest Wikileaks collection of diplomatic cables [...]

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