Prof. Osborne: Exhibitions 2015-2016
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Professor Mike Osborne’s work is currently featured in Strange Pilgrims, an exhibition at The Contemporary Austin focusing on experiential, immersive, participatory, and performative art. Professor Osborne’s contribution to the show was produced in collaboration with Lakes Were Rivers, a collective of lens-based artists formed in 2008. Their piece, “Swan Cycle,” consists of a photographic installation, a video, and a book that will be released in December. Other exhibiting artists include Charles Atlas, Trisha Baga, Millie Chen, Phil Collins, Andy Coolquitt, Ayşe Erkmen, Roger Hiorns, Nancy Holt, Angelbert Metoyer, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Paul Sharits, and Sofía Táboas. Please visit The Contemporary Austin’s website for more information.
His photography is also included in the traveling exhibition 1%: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality. Organized by Myles Little, an independent curator and a senior photo editor at Time Magazine, the exhibition will appear in 13 galleries and festivals around the world during 2015-2016, including venues in China, Germany, Nigeria, Australia, and the USA. A catalog, with texts by Joseph Stieglitz and Geoff Dyer, will be published in December 2015 by Hajte Cantz. Please visit the exhibition’s website for further information at onepercentshow.com.
Left: Lakes Were Rivers, “Swan Cycle: Chapter Two,” video production still, 2015.
Right: Mike Osborne, from the “Floating Island” series, Utah/Nevada 2011-14.