Telic Gallery and Rachel Greene present a display of art works that use new technologies as an opportunity for risk taking. Featuring work by Heath Bunting and Kayle Brandon, RSG, RTMark and others.
This event is held in conjunction with Aesthetic of Risk - SoCCAS conference, organized by the Getty Research Institute and the Southern California Consortium of Art Schools (SoCCAS) on Saturday April 29, 2006.
Rachel Greene has written for many publications including Artforum, Frieze, Contemporary, and Time Out New York. Her first book, Internet Art (2004) was a title in Thames and Hudson’s prestigious World of Art series. Exhibitions she has organized include Rules of Crime (2004), Contagious Media (2005) at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, and she helped present Ryan Trecartin’s recent show at QED Gallery, I SMELL PREGNANT (2006). Also, she was a curatorial consultant for the 2004 Whitney Biennial of American Art. She was the Executive Director of Rhizome.org from 2003-2005, and is currently an Adjunct Professor in NYU’s MFA Program.