11.09.2020 - Amie Siegel: Gropius Bau, Berlin
Amie Siegel: Gropius Bau, Berlin
Amie Siegel's Quarry (2015) will be screened from 7pm (CET) on Friday 11 September at Gropius Bau in Berlin, as part of Revolverkino's film series What is Landscape? along with films by Joanna Hogg and Hannes Long.
Quarry traces the source of marble from a dark, cave-like underground quarry in Vermont—the largest in the world—to its high-end destination in Manhattan real estate developments. The orchestral soundtrack forms an emotive underpinning to the sleek interiors, echoing at times the aspiration of the luxury rendering. White marble, with its association to classical renaissance sculpture, is shaped and constructed into the interior surfaces of these luxury apartments, designed to bring even the most mundane spaces in closer proximity to the materiality and values of art. Through a distinctive camera choreography of tracking shots, gliding movements and sudden tableaux, the film reveals and montages increasingly elaborate layers and strategies of re-creation and simulation. Ultimately the representation of living or life exposes a complex economy of production and speculation.
Friday, 11 September, 7pm (CET).
Image: Amie Siegel, Quarry, 2015. HD video (still)
12.06.2020 - Amie Siegel: Scharaun, Berlin
Amie Siegel: Scharaun, Berlin
As part of The image of the city in the cinematic space, curated by Olaf Stüber and Jaro Straub, Amie Siegel's The Architects (2014) will be screened online from 6pm (CET) today for six days via Scharaun, Berlin.
The Architects cuts transversally through the city of New York, moving through various architecture studios, from Fifth Avenue to downtown to Brooklyn, creating a seamless timeline and a singular visual unfolding. The camera’s ceaseless parallel tracking takes in vast office spaces and gazes uncompromisingly at the highly networked production of global architecture. The view into this world is obscured by surfaces and layers of representation; facades, paintings, models, screens, windows - the very architectures of looking and seeing. The locations, objects and long horizontal desks frame the wide spectrum of practice, unveiling typologies of sameness and difference through the offices, between the lens of the camera and the view of Manhattan, always, and only, just outside the window.
Friday, 12 June, 6pm CET through Thursday, 18 June.
Image: Amie Siegel, The Architects, 2014, HD video (still)
27.11.2019 - Amie Siegel: Anonymous Was A Woman Award
Amie Siegel: Anonymous Was A Woman Award
Many congratulations to Amie Siegel, who is a recipient of the Anonymous Was A Woman (AWAW) award. The grant champions women artsts over 40, supporting the continued development of their practice; Siegel is one of ten multimedia artists who has received the award.
09.05.2019 - Amie Siegel: Genealogies Screening, Bar Laika by eflux, New York
Amie Siegel: Genealogies Screening, Bar Laika by eflux, New York
Bar Laika presents an evening with Amie Siegel, featuring a screening of her video Genealogies, followed by Q&A with the artist.
224 Greene Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Thursday 9 May 2019
16.04.2019 - Amie Siegel: Many Swallows Make Spring, Vdrome
Amie Siegel: Many Swallows Make Spring, Vdrome
Vdrome presents “Many Swallows Make Spring”, two days of screenings of artists’ films made in and about Italy. The programme presents 12 works made by non-Italian artists living or travelling in Italy.
Amie Siegel's Geneaologies (2016), will be shown Tuesday 16th April from 6pm.
Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi
Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana
San Marco 3260, Venice
02.02.2019 - Amie Siegel: Master Class, Zabludowicz Collection, London
Master Class: Amie Siegel
Amie Siegel discusses her layered, meticulously constructed works, which consider the undercurrents of value systems, cultural ownership and image-making. Siegel's practice encompasses film, video, photography, performance and installation.
This talk is part of the Testing Ground: Master Class programme, a week long intensive with leading international artists sharing their expertise with a small group of emerging artists from around the country. Each of the artists, in addition to working with the emerging artists, will present a free evening lecture to the public about their work.
176 Prince of Wales Road
Saturday, 2 February 2019
31.01.2019 - Amie Siegel: Ricochet, Book Launch at Thomas Dane Gallery, London
Amie Siegel: Book Launch at Thomas Dane Gallery, London
Please join us for a special evening to mark the launch of Amie Siegel: Ricochet, published by Prestel and Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.
Amie Siegel will be in conversation with Sven Beckstette, curator of the artist's Kunstmuseum Stuttgart exhibition, and curator at Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof- Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin.
Amie Siegel and Sven Beckstette in conversation
Thursday, 31 January, 7pm
Thomas Dane Gallery, 11 Duke Street
Limited spaces available, RSVP essential: email@example.com
Amie Siegel: Ricochet
Prestel Verlag, Munich, 2019
Editors: Ulrike Groos, Sven Beckstette
With Essays by Tom McDonough, Sven Beckstette as well as a conversation between Amie Siegel and Ulrike Groos, Director of Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.
Design by Grafikbüro Kerstin Riedel, Berlin
22.6 x 29.6 cm, 192 pages, softcover
In 2011 and 2016 Kunstmuseum Stuttgart presented the work of Amie Siegel in two solo exhibitions, Black Moon and Ricochet. The two exhibitions, including performance, video, and works on paper, were separated by five years yet conceived as a single exhibition unfolding over time under the umbrella title, Ricochet. The visual motifs and ideas reflected between the double exhibition format assumes its final translation in the exhibition catalogue. Instead of combining both presentations in a single publication, Siegel, together with graphic designer Kerstin Riedel, created two mirrored books which are, however, bound together into one volume. Opening the catalogue reveals two double spreads that offer multiple possibilities to combine the illustrations of Siegel's artworks. This unique catalogue elaborates on the thematic contrast across the exhibitions — the archaeology of cinema, image provenance, psychoanalysis and economies of gender — to further involve the reader's associative participation.
Pre-order copies of Amie Siegel: Ricochet here.
17.12.2018 - Thomas Dane Gallery Holiday Closure
Thomas Dane Gallery will be closed for the Christmas break from 22 December - 2 January.
The gallery will reopen in January with Amie Siegel's Backstory in London, and Caragh Thuring in Naples.