Ati Maier’s “Space Rider Cycle" will be presented at Guesthouse, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA


Opening January 23rd through March 2021.


The cycle includes four short films and one short documentary. Maier’s ‘SpaceRider’ speaks to humanity’s insatiable desire to pioneer and explore. The significance of SpaceRider lies in the social discourse, which the films engender. Simply put: the films deal with everything from metaphysics, to community, to cultural identity, to memory and its effect on our perception of time. These ideas have particular relevance as we find ourselves on the cusp of private space exploration exploding in the near future. The SpaceRider allows us to examine our exploration of planet Earth, our history, discoveries made, colonization, man’s accomplishments and failures, and the natural world from which we sustain ourselves. The films are set in Wyoming, New York City, North Dakota, and Berlin. Maier wrote, directed and performed in all films as the SpaceRider.

Masks, Mirages, and the Morphic Mirror

London Biennale 2020


May 1 - December 31 2020

https://londonbiennale.cargo.site/


A view artists from 6 Feet have been selected to present their images in this wonderful on-line exhibition. Please scroll down to view the works by Isolde Kille, Kathleen Ferguson-Huntington and Gaby Berglund Cárdenas


The London Biennale project was founded in 1998 by David Medalla, off Robben Island during the Johannesburg Biennale on a ferry, with the international helmsman, and pollination coordinator, Australian artist, Adam Nankervis. The project aims to challenge and transform the notion of the art world ‘biennale’ as a large state or corporate-sponsored event with artists selected by curators based on their geographical location, citizenship, nationality, race and ethnicity by throwing open borders and encouraging a more intimate and community-based dialogue between the artists and audiences.




Freedom and borders

Timespecific's 6 Feet is part of two social events in The Netherlands. 


Habitat –Nonstop–Sunday 23 August 2020 at RADION –Louwesweg 1 Amsterdam


Habitat -Nonstop--Sunday 06 September 2020 at Humanity House, Den Haag, The Netherlands


Freedom and borders, organized by Karin Balog. The freedom to go where you please or be who you want to be can be challenging. Especially these days, all of us experience this. Are borders imposed upon us by customs or are there also imaginary boundaries left to be trespassed? How do you start over in a new culture if being forced to cross borders? How to handle borders of emotions and respect? A variety of artists did some research. 

Timespecific created an open call, entitled 6 Feet, from April 5 - May 24, 2020. The title reflects the recommendation in the US that people stay at least six feet apart for coronavirus social distancing. The intent was to connect with international artists on-line and create an atlas of our current human condition. The images present the final on-line exhibition of the 76 participant Artists from 20 different Countries.