Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston, UK 2000
Mobius, Boston, MA 1996
Albany Center Galleries, Albany, NY 1995
Interactive installation with motors triggered by motion sensors, timers, switches causing a variety of objects to move ranging from hats, umbrellas, windows, billiard cues, shirt collars, books, plumb bobs, constructed latex “sacks”.
Coordinates for an Alignment of a Jigsaw, Sue Rees, 1996.
Interactive installation with motors triggered by motion sensors, timers, switches causing a variety of objects to move ranging from hats, windows in walls, doors in frames, billiard cues, metal tubes, shirt collars, plumb bobs, constructed latex “sacks”, horse harness, mirrors in eye glass boxes, cymbals, hammers, shoe horses, device operating a pecking device.
354 Congress Street in Fort Point, Boston
(closed the space in June 2003)
From their web site (http://www.mobius.org/history-1)
”…During the late 1980s, Mobius, Inc. developed exchange programs with other art spaces and artists’ organizations. In these programs, artists from the partner organizations would present work either at Mobius or at other spaces (in programs produced by Mobius). In turn, MAG members visited the partner organizations. The first exchanges in the United States included partnerships with the 911 Media Arts Center (Seattle), The LAB (San Francisco), the Pyramid Art Center (Rochester, NY) and NO BIAS (Bennington, Vermont). By the mid-1990s these exchanges had become global; many group members became part of an informal, extensive network of international performance artists…..”
Footage care of Tracy Huling 1996
Producer/Director: Tracy Huling
Camera: Thomas Teich
Audio: Rick Reineke
Edit: Sue Rees 2020