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Thank You to Streaming Museum’s Global Network of Collaborators

Over 160 artists and 125 partnering curators, producers, venues and sponsors have collaborated in creating and presenting arts programs to audiences on 7 continents since January 29, 2008.

STREAMING MUSEUM produces and presents exhibitions and programs of art, innovation and world affairs. Since 2008 they have reached millions on 7 continents in public spaces, at cultural and commercial centers, and



Streaming Museum’s first exhibition presentedGood Morning Mr. Orwellby Nam June Paik, a video version of his cross-continental work from 1984, and art by 21 international artists. The exhibition took place simultaneously on 7 continents, accounting for the time zone differences, on January 29, 2008.

Partners and their venues on seven continents that participated in the launch were: Marcus Neustetter, artist, curator of The Premises Gallery, Johannesburg Civic Theater, Johannesburg, South Africa; Andrea Juan, artist, director of the Antarctic Carlini Scientific Base of Argentina; Dooeun Choi, Chief Curator, Art Center Nabi, Seoul, Korea; Glenn Harding, Multimedia Manager of Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia; artist Jeremy Gardner and Nick Lambert both professors at Birkbeck University of London, London, England; Laura Broggi, art director at Piazza Duomo, Milan, Italy; Victory Park, Dallas, Texas, USA; artists Santiago Tavella and Brian Mackern, and Enrique Balestrino and Ana Knobel at the Centro Municipal de Exposiciones Subte, Montevideo, Uruguay; James Morgan director of Ars Virtua Gallery and New Media Center, Second Life; and


Piazza Duomo, Milan, Immobilité by Mark Amerika. (R) Antarctica, Scientific Base of Argentina, 2009

A VIEW FROM THE CLOUD – art, technology, innovation, UN Sustainable Development Goals. Exhibitions and programs at Dag Hammarkskjold Plaza and United Nations Church Center in NYC, and Finland, Norway, France, 2015-17

BREAKTHROUGH – a collection of art by Edwina Sandys for exhibitions and screens in public space, celebrating the 20th and 25th Anniversaries of the Fall of the Berlin Wall. NYC, Seoul, Berlin, Milan, Bucharest, Melbourne, Montevideo, 2009, 2014

NORDIC OUTBREAK – One-year 7-continent tour exhibition of 30 Nordic artists, 2013-14

ARTISTIC LICENSE IN SILICON VALLEY – 7 international media artists. ZERO1 San Jose and international tour, 2012

A JOHN CAGE CENTENNIAL TRIBUTE – Cage and international artists. One-year international tour, 2012

EMOTION FORECAST – Maurice Benayoun’s Real Time Data Artworks, solo show. NYC opening and international tour, 2012

CONTEMPORARY CROSSCURRENTS: PORTRAITS AND ELECTRONIC ARTS – Middle Eastern and international artists. Dubai and international locations, 2011

STICKERS: FROM PUNK ROCK TO CONTEMPORARY ART – 1600+ artists and leading musicians. NYC and international tour, 2011

REVELATION – 9/11 commemoration. NYC and international tour, 2011. Jenny Marketou, Marty St. James, Jeremy Blake, Yorgo Alexopoulos

ANCIENT MARKS: THE SACRED ORIGINS OF TATTOOS AND BODY MARKING and SACRED: ANGKOR WAT by Chris Rainier, music by Anoushka Shankar. Google headquarters NYC and international tour, 2010

WE WRITE THIS TO YOU FROM THE DISTANT FUTURE – 8 artists. Juilliard stage performance, Google headquarters NYC exhibition, international tour, 2010

THE POETICS OF CODE, part 1, 2, 3. Nine pioneer media artists. Google headquarters NYC and international tour, 2010-11

IMMOBILITE, 2009 by Mark Amerika, the first feature film shot on mobile phone. Google NYC and international tour.

CROSS-KOREA – Korean moving image, 1930s-2009. Curated by Art Center Nabi, Nam June Paik Art Center, Korean Film Archive. Seoul, Incheon and international tour, 2009

ARTISTS AND INNOVATORS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT – three-part exhibition series of international artists. 2008-2009

GOOD MORNING, MR. ORWELL by Nam June Paik, ART AND POP CULTURE IN A MODERN MIX FOR THE ELECTRONIC SUPERHIGHWAY featuring 21 international artists, January 29, 2008 launch of 7 continent tour of Streaming Museum, 2008

Streaming Museum’s exhibitions of visual and performing arts and programs on contemporary topics have been presented on 7 continents in public spaces, cultural centers and Image: Chelsea Art Museum, NYC

Artist James Tunick with students at Chelsea Art Museum

The TED Prize was awarded to photojournalist James Nachtway at Lincoln Center, Streaming Museum toured his photographs to international public spaces in 2008



Fractal Flowers, 2014, by Miguel Chevalier, interactive artwork exhibited at Utsikten Kunstsenter, Kvinesdal, Norway

Studio of John F. Simon, Jr. in Sugarloaf, NY

Evgeny Svyatsky of AES+F Russian art group at Streaming Museum studio. Inverso Mundus 2015 (World Upside Down) video installation and prints were exhibited in “A View From The Cloud” NYC programs. Details here

Composer Tristan Perich and pianist Vicky Chow have been presented in concert and featured in various programs. Image from staging of Perich’s Surface Image, 2014. Listen here



Sherrill Kazan, President World Council of Peoples for the United Nations (WCPUN), Nina Colosi, Founder/Creative Director, Streaming Museum, and Shamina de Gonzaga, Executive Director WCPUN, at opening of their co-production “A View From The Cloud” at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, with guest speaker Janos Pasztor, United Nations Assistant Secretary General on

Climate Change. Details here

(R) Dr. Tanya Toft Ag, Associate Curator of Streaming Museum, international curator and educator, with Maurice Benayoun, artist and professor City University Hong Kong, and Marty St. James, artist and professor University of Hertfordshire, UK



Music listening event for Ryoji Ikeda’s [test pattern] times square, 2014, still from film by David Bates, Jr./Streaming Museum. Watch it here



Overlooking Kvinesdal and Feda Fiord from Utsikten Kunstsenter, partnering art center curated by director/curator, Torill Haugen

Overlooking Kvinesdal and Feda Fiord from Utsikten Kunstsenter, partnering art center curated by director/curator, Torill Haugen

Benjamin Edwards, Hidden Village, 2006, 30″ x 40″, oil on canvas

Afghanistan, by photojournalist Teru Kuwayama

Antarctica, Carlini Scientific Base of Argentina, arts program directed by artist Andrea Juan


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