New York City




Streaming Museum has produced and presented exhibitions in public space and cultural centers, public programs and social events throughout New York City. Public space locations include Times Square, Big Screen Plaza, New Museum’s Sky Room, Manhattan Bridge Archway in DUMBO, Dag Hammarksjold Plaza; cultural and educational centers – Scandinavia House,  Juilliard at Lincoln Center, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Parsons The New School for Design, Columbia University, ISE Cultural Foundation, Christopher Henry Gallery, and Chelsea Art Museum. A 3-exhibition and public program series was produced at Google’s New York City headquarters.

“A Movable Feast” – a Streaming Museum pre-launch exhibition, artist event and party, took place in March 2006 at 13 Crosby, SoHo. The exhibition featured: People’s Portrait (2004, 2006) by Zhang Ga, an Internet public artwork connected to Times Square and public locations in Seoul, Beijing, Adelaide, Linz, that guests participated in; Times Square Time Share (2006) by Kurt Ralske, created with his custom software and commissioned for the event; Good Morning Mr. Orwell (1984) by Nam June Paik, a video of the first satellite cross-continental artwork; and 16 [R]evolutions (2006) interactive dance on film by Troika Ranch.



PUBLIC SPACE


TIMES SQUARE

Sherry Dobbin, Director of Public Art, Times Square Alliance, Andrew Thomas Huang Director of Bjork in “Mutual Core”, Nina Colosi, Founder / Creative Director Streaming Museum. Pictured at Nordic Outbreak party, R Lounge, Renaissance Hotel, overlooking Times Square, March 31, 2013.

.. BIG SCREEN PLAZA

855 Avenue of Americas between 29th and 30th Street


NEW MUSEUM SKY ROOM - Nordic Outbreak HERE

235 Bowery


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DAG HAMMARSKJOLD PLAZA

833 1st Ave at 47th Street


MANHATTAN BRIDGE ARCHWAY

Water Street, DUMBO



CULTURAL CENTERS


SCANDINAVIA HOUSE

58 Park Avenue Programs include Nordic Outbreak conference and exhibition HERE, Digital Dynamics book launch, lecture and performance produced with Tanya Toft. HERE



ISE CULTURAL FOUNDATION 

555 Broadway



Christopher Henry Gallery

127 Elizabeth Street














A Cut Above: 12 Paper Masters, curated by Diana Ewer and Christopher Henry

[VIDEO] of Streaming Museum’s artist interviews and Summer Party, 2012, coming soon.



THE PROJECT ROOM FOR NEW MEDIA AND PERFORMING ARTS at CHELSEA ART MUSEUM HERE

556 West 22nd Street


UNIVERSITIES


Columbia University

LECTURE: Maurice Benayoun Presented by Visiting Professor of Composition, Jean-Baptiste Barrière



PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL OF DESIGN

LECTURE: Maurice Benayoun Presented by Dooeun Choi, Visiting Professor and Creative Director Art Center Nabi, Media Art Banquet lecture series



NYU TISCH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

Nordic Outbreak Pre-Symposium lecture: A Nordic History of Moving Images. And Things. by Jonatan Habib Engqvist, Curator Theorist



GOOGLE


75 Ninth Avenue

Digital Art@Google was a one-year program series of three exhibitions and artist presentations open to the public, that was produced in 2010 at Google by Nina Colosi, Founder of Streaming Museum and The Project Room for New Media and Performing Arts at Chelsea Art Museum. HERE

Images: Top l-r - Mitchell Joachim, TerreformONE explains his exhibited work; exhibition space. Row 2 - School of Visual Arts students tour exhibition; exhibition space. Row 3 - Exhibiting artists Luke DuBois, Scott Draves, and visitor Scott Snibbe; reception for artist talk open to the public. Row 4 - Exhibition artists Eduardo Kac and Andrew Senior, Digital Art @Google curator Nina Colosi, exhibition artist James Tunick; exhibited work - Etoy's "Mission Eternity, 2005-2016". Row 5 - exhibited photograph by Chris Rainier: Gibe & Pipe, Huli wigmen, in Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea. Traditional ceremonial paint colors: Mali-ambua-hare, Waterfall: Iba-Fugu; artists talks open to the public.



JUILLIARD We Write This To You From The Distant Future HERE




STREAMING MUSEUM PRE-LAUNCH 2006

SoHo, NYC, sponsored by FJC Foundation. Installation of internationally connected interactive internet public artwork "People's Portrait" by Zhang Ga (pictured below), commissioned artwork by Kurt Ralske, and work by Nam June Paik and others.





















Lecture by Paulina Kolczynska