We’re busy right now putting together the March edition of 15 Bytes (due out Wednesday the 7th, probably in the evening). This month’s edition is taking on the moniker of the V.I.P. edition for its emphasis on video, installation and performance.
Here’s a quick peek at some of the articles in this month’s edition:
Ed Bateman lets us into the world of athlete turned dancer turned video and performance artist Amy Caron, one of this year’s recipients of the Utah Arts Council Fellowship, who will be exhibiting with other Fellowship recipients at the Rio later this month.
Geoff Wichert examines the development and impact of video art in the two presentations of work by Bill Viola, one at the Salt Lake Art Center and the other at the UMFA. Viola will be giving the Tanner Lecture on the Humanities at the U on Wednesday the 7th so put that on your calendar.
You also won’t want to miss the performances and workshops of internationally acclaimed performance artist , at the Pickle Factory later this month.
Shawn Rossiter will take a look at Anne Watson’s exhibition “Places,” installed in the unique setting of the outside walls of the Emma Eccles Jone Conservatory on the campus of Westminster Collge.
And that’s not even a third of what’s going to be in the March edition, so stay tuned.
UTAH’S ART MAGAZINE SINCE 2001, 15 Bytes is published by Artists of Utah, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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