Bulletin Boards

Current

There are no exhibitions currently planned for this time period.

Past

2009

ERIK WYSOCAN: THE SLEEP OF REASON / THE DREAM OF REASON / EL SUENO DE LA RAZON

Student Curated

ERIK WYSOCAN: THE SLEEP OF REASON / THE DREAM OF REASON / EL SUENO DE LA RAZON

January 26, 2009 - February 22, 2009
Bertelsmann Campus Center

PETE DEEVAKUL: THE SKY SHOULD BE PERFECTLY BLUE

Student Curated

PETE DEEVAKUL: THE SKY SHOULD BE PERFECTLY BLUE

March 8, 2009 - April 17, 2009
Bertelsmann Campus Center

Pete Deevakul constructs images reminiscent of picture postcards, using scenes culled from numerous Google Image searches.

LEYA MIRA-BRANDER: SELECTED: UNTITLED 1997 - 2009

Student Curated

LEYA MIRA-BRANDER: SELECTED: UNTITLED 1997 - 2009

September 1, 2009 - October 15, 2009
Bertelsmann Campus Center

Artist: Leya Mira-Brander
Curated by Laura Barlow

ANNA OSTOYA: MARGINALIA

Student Curated

ANNA OSTOYA: MARGINALIA

October 20, 2009 - December 5, 2009
Bertelsmann Campus Center

Anna Ostoya raises important questions about who has access to information and for whom is it legible or useful.

NELI RUZIC & MARIE-CHRISTINE CAMUS: JOURNEY TO THE ISLAND (THE HOLE/THE MIDWIFE)

Student Curated

NELI RUZIC & MARIE-CHRISTINE CAMUS: JOURNEY TO THE ISLAND (THE HOLE/THE MIDWIFE)

December 8, 2009 - February 1, 2010
Bertelsmann Campus Center

Journey to the Island is a project by artists Neli Ruzic and Marie-Christine Camus. Through the recording of testimonies and photographs, they narrate the story of a particular moment on the island of Solta in Croatia.

2010

ERIK BLINDERMAN: MASS RECORDING

Student Curated

ERIK BLINDERMAN: MASS RECORDING

February 1, 2010 - March 15, 2010
Bertelsmann Campus Center

A photographic installation centered around a reappropriated image that was originally featured on the cover of a German newspaper, depicting an Obama rally held in Berlin during his campaign for the United States presidency in 2008.

WHAT IS TO BE DONE (CHTO DELAT)

Student Curated

WHAT IS TO BE DONE (CHTO DELAT)

March 15, 2010 - May 3, 2010
Bertelsmann Campus Center

A video screening and presentation of previously published newspaper projects presents work by the artists’ collective What is to be Done (Chto Delat).

KAMAU AMU PATTON : MOVING OUT OF THE WAY OF AN EMPTY SPACE

Student Curated

KAMAU AMU PATTON : MOVING OUT OF THE WAY OF AN EMPTY SPACE

May 3, 2010 - August 30, 2009
Bertelsmann Campus Center

Kamau Amu Patton appropriates the public bulletin board as a site for the dissemination of a guided experience.

JOE WINTER: 1. DUST TO DUST 2. DRY ERASE STRATIGRAPHY 3. UNTITLED MODEL FOR A HISTORY OF LIGHT

Student Curated

JOE WINTER: 1. DUST TO DUST 2. DRY ERASE STRATIGRAPHY 3. UNTITLED MODEL FOR A HISTORY OF LIGHT

August 31, 2010 - October 11, 2010
CCS Bard

Joe Winter has produced a triptych in slate, dry erase board, and cork to address the form, structure, temporal dynamic and discursive function of an idiosyncratic display apparatus – a three-paneled bulletin board.

PER-ARNE STRÄNG AND JOHN HUNTINGTON : KANSLIBYRÅN

Student Curated

PER-ARNE STRÄNG AND JOHN HUNTINGTON : KANSLIBYRÅN

October 18, 2010 - December 3, 2010
CCS Bard

Swedish artists Per-Arne Sträng and John Huntington’s long-term collaborative project identifies and defies conventions subtle enough to go uncontested in everyday life.

2011

FRANCESC RUIZ : COVERAGE

Student Curated

FRANCESC RUIZ : COVERAGE

February 12, 2011 - May 31, 2011
CCS Bard

Francesc Ruiz investigates narrative models based on comic language. For the Bulletin Board, Ruiz has produced Coverage, a drawing based installation that questions established systems of representation.

Samuel White: We Should Be You: A Study for Physical Interpretation (Simon)

Student Curated

Samuel White: We Should Be You: A Study for Physical Interpretation (Simon)

April 11, 2011 - May 13, 2011
CCS Bard

In We Should Be You: A Study for Physical Interpretation (Simon), Samuel White utilizes the CCS bulletin board as a platform for an installation that will develop throughout the length of the project. By inviting passersby to call his cell phone number in Los Angeles and engage in a brief conversation, White will interact with the Bard community whom he never physically encounters in an attempt to surpass the geographic barriers that limit personal relationships.

NICOLE ONDRE (MONOPRINTS)

Student Curated

NICOLE ONDRE (MONOPRINTS)

May 6, 2011 - September 2, 2011
CCS Bard

To make her oil paint monoprints, Nicole Ondre rubs a piece of paper against a newly painted section of her studio wall. The pressure of her weight and the textures of the wall combine to make the picture. The forms produced through these encounters have distinct kinship--each print shifting and accruing meaning in relation to the others.

Bulletin Board

Student Curated

Bulletin Board

September 12, 2011 - October 14, 2011
CCS Bard

For the next month, this bulletin board takes on its classic function. The space will operate as an open community platform on which the students of CCS—and the larger public—can collaborate on whatever is displayed.

Ivana Králíkova 24/7 Tight Schedule

Student Curated

Ivana Králíkova 24/7 Tight Schedule

October 31, 2011 - December 2, 2011
CCS Bard

The installation 24/7 Tight Schedule functions as a talisman devoted to time. It confers supernatural power to ordinary objects. By using underwear, Králíková exposes our daily routine of “panty” changes. It underlines the extent to which our lives and habits are controlled by our relationship to time.

2012

Rosamond Wolff Purcell / Rich Pell / Cameron Keith Gainer : Field Notes

Student Curated

Rosamond Wolff Purcell / Rich Pell / Cameron Keith Gainer : Field Notes

February 6, 2012 - March 16, 2012
CCS Bard

FIELD NOTES presents work by artists interested in the role subjectivity plays in scientific research, how a collector influences a collection. Employing a methodology similar to the field note—the notes detailing events leading up to the biological specimens’ collection and inform its final classification—these three artists question perception’s role in knowledge production; they examine the gap between rational scientific systems and human idiosyncrasies.

Scott Benzel: Ivory Neige, L'Origine du monde, Magic Eraser

Student Curated

Scott Benzel: Ivory Neige, L'Origine du monde, Magic Eraser

March 16, 2012 - May 28, 2012
CCS Bard

For the three-paneled form of the Bulletin Board at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, Los Angeles-based artist Scott Benzel conceptualized a site-specific triptych for the atypical, yet mundane, exhibition space. Conceived as a sculptural installation of personal effects including cleaning supplies, a reproduction of Courbet's L’Origine du Monde, and a vintage box of Ivory Snow laundry detergent, Benzel assembled these objects under his sink to be photographed for the Ivory Neige triptych.

H/Qu : Mary Reid Kelley with Patrick Kelley

Student Curated

H/Qu : Mary Reid Kelley with Patrick Kelley

May 29, 2012 - September 20, 2012

Part formal exercise, part ‘choose your own adventure’, Mary Reid Kelley’s H/Qu takes up the constraints of the Oulipo (Ouvroir de littérature potentielle), founded by experimental writers Raymond Queneau and Francois Le Lionnais in 1960, and allows the viewer to muddle the distance between a hardboiled mystery and a narrative riddled with prankster wordplay.

Juan Betancurth: For faith, pain or pleasure

Student Curated

Juan Betancurth: For faith, pain or pleasure

October 4, 2012 - November 15, 2012
CCS Bard

Juan Betancurth creates installations to frame his performance work and draws upon poetry, witchcraft, religious rites, and domestic routines to both reconfigure roles within the family and offer a place of community to participants. For this project "For faith, pain and pleasure", Betancurth invites audiences to explore the boundaries of these sensations using his hand-crafted utensils.

Lauren Anderson: The Talk, the Talked About, and the Talk About Town

Student Curated

Lauren Anderson: The Talk, the Talked About, and the Talk About Town

November 30, 2012 - January 31, 2013
CCS Bard

Building from the notion that the bulletin board is not a neutral surface, but a space with preexisting cultural meaning, vocabularies, and opportunities, Lauren Anderson adopts the CCS Bard Bulletin Board as a site in her ongoing investigation of visual culture.

2013

Glen Fogel : NOVEMBER 1, 1993 (THE MORNING AFTER)

Student Curated

Glen Fogel : NOVEMBER 1, 1993 (THE MORNING AFTER)

February 22, 2013 - March 28, 2013

Glen Fogel takes a cool distance to the nostalgic overtones that occupy his work by exaggerating his object’s mode of display—transforming the sentimental with a hyperactive presentation of its value.

Nada Dada: “Smile, you're in Sharjah”

Student Curated

Nada Dada: “Smile, you're in Sharjah”

April 10, 2013 - May 16, 2013
CCS Bard

Honey on your gun, ecstasy of a fashionable saint, tips on how to be an Emirati artist, street gnomes, and love behind closed doors make up Nada Dada's, "Smile, you're in Sharjah."

Gilda Davidian: The Innocence of Looking at Hills

Student Curated

Gilda Davidian: The Innocence of Looking at Hills

June 14, 2013 - August 31, 2013
CCS Bard

Jesús “Bubu” Negrón - Nothing in common, but a lot in common : an institutional encounter

Student Curated

Jesús “Bubu” Negrón - Nothing in common, but a lot in common : an institutional encounter

September 11, 2013 - October 17, 2013
CCS Bard

Nothing in common, but a lot in common by Jesús “Bubu” Negrón is an encounter that addresses the context of a bulletin board in two different sites, the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College and the University of Puerto Rico, as both space and place, emphasizing institutional, cultural and political relations of difference, while addressing the status of the object within the discourse of contemporary art.

2014

Francesco Simeti: Indexing

Student Curated

Francesco Simeti: Indexing

April 13, 2014 - May 25, 2014
CCS Bard