Steve Fagin

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Political Equator III Conference

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June 5, 2011 at hG

Round table discussion

Alejandro Meitin, Kelley Lindquist, Emiliano Gandolfi, Lucia Babina, Miguel Robles-Duran and Gabriela Rendon, Dana Cuff, Eyal Weizman and Alessandro Petti, Sergio Fajardo Valderrama, Rick Lowe, Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha, Brian McGrath…

ONLY FOR DUMMIES: An Interview with Steve Fagin by Jordan Crandall

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Steve Fagin is an artist who uses new logics of organization in his films, videos, and media works. In The Amazing Voyage of Gustave Flaubert and Raymond Roussel (1986), he draws from diaries, postcards and novels to produce a film structured as an epic poem — a “folktale” for a post-literate culture. In The Machine that Killed Bad People (1990), he uses…

supported program: “A Cloud of Hope” by Steve Fagin

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January 2010 – present

A Cloud of Hope is a feature film that wishes to address the hopes/dreams, actualization, and eventualities of the African Independence Movements of the ’60s

supported program: Decolonizing Architecture at REDCAT

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December 7, 2010 – February 6,2011


Exhibition and panel

Steve Fagin’s Cell Phone Stories at LACMA

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Cell Phone Stories is a project commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and led by artist Steve Fagin. The project uses mobile phone technology to circulate a variety of narrative works about the museum and its audience. Cell Phone Stories involves the voices and texts of artists, actors, and writers who take the participant on a journey through the museum highlighting and reinterpreting the experience in novel ways.

hG, Spare Parts: A Cycle of Projects by Eloisa Haudenschild & Steve Fagin

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2006 – 2009

hG, Spare Parts is 3-year cycle of projects that encourages the juxtaposition of the crucial, the trivial, and the arcane

Decolonizing Architecture – Palestine
A Crime Has Many Stories – Argentina
The Last Book – United States