Feb 3–Mar 27, 2016

Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere

Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere, Memory of a Time Twice Lived, production still, 2015. Courtesy the artists.
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Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere, Memory of a Time Twice Lived, production still (2015)Memory of a Time Twice Lived, stillMemory of a Time Twice LivedMemory of a Time Twice Lived 3Angel Nevarez (born 1970, Mexico City; lives New York) and Valerie Tevere (born 1970, Chicago; lives New York) have been working collaboratively for more than fourteen years, seven of them under the collective name neuroTransmitter. Often incorporating popular music and visual forms, their projects traverse the cultural complications and contradictions at play within public spaces. They have developed and exhibited works in sites as diverse as the Staten Island Ferry, the electromagnetic spectrum, Plaza de la Liberación (Guadalajara, Mexico), Austin City Hall’s Plaza Stage, and the Museum of Modern Art’s Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden (New York).

This first United States survey of their work will debut several projects, including their most recent video, Memory of a Time Twice Lived (2015). Made in collaboration with Philadelphia’s Wagner Free Institute of Science, the project looks to Chris Marker’s La Jetée within a field of relations connecting the Wagner’s Victorian collection, twentieth-century iconoclasts and mythic heroes, contemporary Mexican immigration in Philadelphia, and the accordion as a migratory instrument.

Organized by Associate Curator Kate Kraczon.

Funding for Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere is provided by Christina Weiss Lurie.
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Q&A: Angel Nevarez and Valerie TevereNewsworks Reviews Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere’s Memory of a Time Lived Twice Prelude to a Memory at the Wagner Free InstitutePremiere screening at the Wagner Free Institute: Memory of a Time Twice LivedAnother Protest Song: Karaoke with a Message

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Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere have been working collaboratively for more than fourteen years, seven of them under the collective name neuroTransmitter. Often incorporating popular music and visual forms, their projects traverse the cultural complications and contradictions at play within public spaces. The catalogue for their first United States survey includes essays by ICA curator Kate Kraczon; Karen Tongson, Associate Professor of English and Gender Studies at USC; and Susan Glassman, Director, and Lynn Dorwaldt, Librarian, at the Wagner Free Institute of Science.

$30.00
ISBN 9780884541370
Publication Date
2016
Designer
Everything Studio, New York
Publisher
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia