GIPHY PRESENTS: TIME_FRAME

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GIPHY PRESENTS
TIME_FRAME: CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF THE GIF
Co-curated by Giphy Arts, Wallplay, Rhizome, and Transfer Gallery
Open to The Public:
1-9pm Saturday June 17 through Wednesday June 21st
1-6pm Thursday June 22nd

Gallery 151 | 245 West 14th Street New York City

“Everybody’s favorite digital image file type (sorry, PNGs) turns 30 this year, and to mark the occasion 30 Graphics Interchange Format (or GIF) artists will show their loopy, glitchy, colorful, pixelated, and otherwise whimsical work beginning Saturday, June 17.” – HYPERALLERGIC

TIME_FRAME is a week-long gallery exhibition exploring the history of art online, and demonstrating the power of the GIF as a format that will guide us into the future of visual culture. Featuring works by over 30 artists, the exhibition includes interactive installations, VR experiments, artist talks and workshops.

FEATURING A. Bill Miller, Aaron Bjork, Alan Resnick, Anthony Antonellis, Carla Gannis, Clara Terne, Domitille Collardey-Adebimpe, Evan Yee, Faith Holland, Josh Freydkis, Justin Brandon, Kinard KANS, Lorna Mills, Matias Trillo, Mouchette, MSHR, Natalie James, Nicky Rojo, Nitemind by Michael Potvin and Raj Medhekar, Olia Lialina & Mike Tyka, Parker Jackson, Patrick Sluiter, Peter Burr, Robert Beatty, Rollin Leonard, Sam Lyon, Toyoya Li, Withering Systems, Xaviera López, and Yoshi Sodeoka

PROGRAMMING:

A panel discussion exploring the past, present, and future of the GIF. Featuring Marisa Olson (artist/curator), Faith Holland (artist), and Molly Soda (artist), moderated by Zachary Kaplan (Rhizome)

Live Music by Moon Bounce

Saturday June 17th 7-8:30PM

Mutant Pop from Philadelphia

Artist and programmer Jeffrey Alan Scudder (JAS) lectures on digital painting and performs with a variety of his home-grown software instruments for making unique pictures and sounds

Monday, June 19th 7 – 9pm

Learn about the delightful puzzle game GNOG with a guided play-through and artist talk from the award-winning designer

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