Screen Share Video Gallery is a venue for screen-based media at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, designed as a way to showcase student work made in various production courses in DoVA, including Video, Animation and On Time & Space. This space will also host curatorial projects by students, alumni and guests from various Chicago art organizations. Located in the reception area outside of the Film and Video Screening Room (on the second floor of the Logan Center), Screen Share will function as a video lounge, showcasing programs of video, animation and new media on a rotating schedule.

Current Exhibition


Program 17: Jacob Ciocci

Exhibition dates: Friday, March 1, 2019- Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Screen Share Video Gallery is thrilled to premiere a new video work by multimedia artist, Jacob Ciocci:

"Default Mode Network Room Loop"
HD Video with sound
09:48
2019

Ciocci writes:

"'Default Mode Network Room Loop' delves into the darkness of the Contemporary American Male Psyche through a series of animated photographs and rambling, confession-style voice-overs, set to a musical score by Aaron Dilloway. Over the course of 10 minutes, close-up photos of used consumer junk and animated doodles slowly pan across the screen as a pitched-down male voice attempts to confront his own mind: is he crazy or has society made him crazy? The only way out seems to be some kind of daily Sisyphean ritual of sorting through his damaged mind, and then trying to go the gym. But, the junk just keeps piling up. Who is to blame for this mess inside your mind? You don't actually have a problem, society is the problem."

Jacob Ciocci (b. 1977, Lexington, KY) is a multimedia artist and musician. Ciocci is a founding member of the influential art collective Paper Rad whose work in the field of net.art––one of contemporary arts' recent movements of the true avant-garde––helped ignite the genre, and is considered formative to a generation of younger artists whose works deals with the digital. He is also a co-founder of the long running electronic music and performance group, Extreme Animals (see Spotify!). Ciocci has had solo exhibitions with Foxy Productions, New York; Interstate Projects, New York; Anthology Film Archives, New York; Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto; and And/Or Gallery, Los Angeles. He has exhibited and performed at a range of venues, including MOMA, the New Museum, and the Tate Britain. Recent activities include "One of Those Days,"a solo show in Stavanger, Norway curated by Cory Arcangel, and "Appetite For Destruction" a short essay and video about the online video phenomenon known as “Finger Family Videos”. Ciocci is also one of the first Google Image results for the phrase "making friends with computers".

http://jacobciocci.org/

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