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Jon Kessler: The Palace at 4 A.M. By Alanna Heiss Ludwig Seyfarth HalFoster Jon Kessler, Jon Kessler, The Web, .Courtesy the artist and Mtamatic Research Initiative, Amsterdam. Jon Kessler Jon Kessler Artworks, Bio Shows on Artsy With his chaotic kinetic installations, Jon Kessler critiques our image obsessed, surveillance dominated world His machines are at once complex and lumbering, combining mechanical know how with kitschy materials and images. Jon Kessler artnet Jon Kessler is a contemporary American artist best known for his kinetic sculptures and installations Building complex, exposed mechanisms that include robotic figures, security cameras, and old television monitors, his work conveys a sense of anxiety surrounding technology and surveillance. Jon Kessler The World is Cuckoo Clock YouTube Jul , For Manifesta in Zrich Switzerland , the artist Jon Kessler created a complex kinetic sculpture titled The World is Cuckoo Clock. Jon Kessler The Palace at A.M Alanna Heiss, Hal Jon Kessler was born in Yonkers, New York in He has exhibited widely in galleries and museums around the world and he is the recipient many major awards, including grants from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Leadership HealthEquity Jon Kessler is the president and CEO of HealthEquity, managing the company s day to day operations and leading the Board of Directors He joined HealthEquity in Jon is the founder of WageWorks NYSE WAGE , a provider of tax advantaged programs for consumer directed health, commuter and other employee spending account benefits.

  • Title: Jon Kessler: The Palace at 4 A.M.
  • Author: Alanna Heiss Ludwig Seyfarth HalFoster Jon Kessler
  • ISBN: 9788881586585
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Jon Kessler s The Palace at 4 A.M shown in 2006 at New York s P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, is a dizzying array of hundreds of monitors, surveillance cameras and miles of electric and video cable that simultaneously turn the viewer into voyeur, exhibitionist, spectator and surveilled subject Mechanical sculptures rigged with cameras create live video feeds that theJon Kessler s The Palace at 4 A.M shown in 2006 at New York s P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, is a dizzying array of hundreds of monitors, surveillance cameras and miles of electric and video cable that simultaneously turn the viewer into voyeur, exhibitionist, spectator and surveilled subject Mechanical sculptures rigged with cameras create live video feeds that the viewers experience in real time Magazine images, toys and other found objects recombine to mimic, expose and subvert the horrors and hypocrisies of the war in Iraq and Hurricane Katrina, as well as life in a culture addicted to an overly saturated media experience This volume documents the critically acclaimed project and includes essays by Alanna Heiss, Hal Foster and others.Jon Kessler was born in Yonkers, New York in 1957 He has exhibited widely in galleries and museums around the world and he is the recipient many major awards, including grants from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts In addition to being represented in many of the country s most important museum collections, including The Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, he has been highly influential in his role at Columbia University s School of the Arts, where he has taught graduate level courses for many years.
    Jon Kessler The Palace at A M Jon Kessler s The Palace at A M shown in at New York s P S Contemporary Art Center is a dizzying array of hundreds of monitors surveillance cameras and miles of electric and video cable tha

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