10 February to 10 March blind eye videos played on exoptitrons and banners and other material, including installation gaffers tape, all gathered from previous exhibits and priced for sale filled a 20 foot display at the Nice Acropolis. →
25 January to 18 February exhibit opened with performances, a public discussion and included new blind eye works. →
Nancy Meli Walker’s storefront gallery on Smith Street near Carrol, was dedicated to new media. →
Austrian artist Hans Schabus recommended the blind eye project for Johannes Wegenstein’s “Artist-in-Residence Programme” at Schikaneder to coincide with blind eye exhibits in Manhattan and Brooklyn, forming an iron art triangle. →
In the weeks after the World Trade Center attack, in collaboration with then Nice, France-based artist, Nathalie Adamidi, Holmquist installed another blind eye storefront that periodically spilled onto the sidewalk and deeper into the building, all less than a block from the heart of Times Square.
An extravaganza of “deflective media” in global “attractive” media’s vital center. The “EXTRAVAGANZA” began in November 2001 with the installation of a storefront window facing 42nd street and an art exhibit inside, and on January 24th 2002, a live video and performance. By … →
The C-ya! Storefront was the first blind eye project window. The first version contained walls of the “exoptic fields” video. Thanks to Benton-C Bainbridge for the space. →