Christine Sciulli

Web: www.soundandvision.cc

Email: christine@soundandvision.cc

Studio: New York City

Short Format CV (Full Resume) (Bio)

June, 2008

 

Selected Exhibition History:

Intercepting Planes”. Solo roving public video installation, December 2008, thru NYC, LMCC funded.
Christine Sciulli: Intercepting Planes”, Project space show, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, 26 June thru 8 August 2008,.

Everything's Rosie”, part of Plugged In, an interactive group show in public places, curated by Melissa Stafford, Hudson, NY, May 2008.

"Christine Sciulli: FUGUE STATE”, Solo Show, Chi Contemporary Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY, January 2008.

“Fugue State: The Honey Bee”, Installation in two person show, Grace Space, Brooklyn, NY, May 2007.

“Four Works for Piano”, ArtWorks: Church Street School of Music and Art, NY, NY, May 2007.

“Six Degrees of Separation,”  Group Show at Chi Contemporary Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY, Dec 2006.

“Power and Cover” Pocketbook Factory, Hudson, NY, Sept 2006.

“Project Creo: Ephemera”,The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Fl., July  2006.

“COVER”, Solo Show, Chi Contemporary Fine Art, Brooklyn, New York, November 2005.

“Dino Loves Rosie”, Site specific outdoor projected video installation, NY, NY, June, 2005.

“American Sandwich”, Star 67 Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, 2001. Catalog.

“Christine Sciulli, Fritz Chesnut, Andrew Nofsinger”, 31 Grand, Brooklyn, New York, Sept 2000.

 

Multimedia Collaborations:

"Song for New York: What Women Do While Men Sit Knitting", light and video installation for Mabou Mines production,

New York City: Sept 2007 and Sundance Institute Theatre Lab Residency at White Oak January 2007 with Mabou Mines. Directed by Ruth Malaczech.

Loudermilk: Video artist for multimedia installation along with Doug Geers, Maja Cerar, Liubo Borissov, and Haruka Fuji for Loudermilk Eco-Luxury Fall fashion show, NYC. 2005.

Atomic Tango, Demons, and Hole in Pocket: video and music collaborations with composer Douglas Geers, performed in US and Scandinavian new media festivals from 1999 to 2006.

Invisible Arms, Video for multimedia dance piece with composer Doug Geers and Four Haiku, Video collaboration with composer Renee Favand, HERE Arts Center, NY 1999.

Accordion Songs, Video for live performance with Will Holshouser at Knitting Factory’s Alterknit Space, 1999.

Publications:

“New Media Takes to the Street", The Independent, 23 May 2008, French Clements

City 'Plugged In' to the Art Scene," Register Star, 19 May 2008, Andrew Amelinckxs

2008 Plugged In, Melissa Stafford (download Catalogue)

"Art and Technology Will Meet in Citiwide Exhibit" Register Star, 12 May 2008, John Mason

Portable Theatre (Just Go With the Flow)”, New York Times, 31 August 2007,  Melena Ryzik.

"Not a dry eye in the house", Time Out New York, Issue 623, 6-12 September 2007,  Gwen Orel.

"Voice Choices, Shortlist" Village Voice, December 7, 2005,  RC Baker.

"Mysterious Visages Light Tribeca Night", Tribeca Trib, July-August 2005, Barry Owens

"Artburgher," WaterfrontWeek October 19, 2000. Susan Hamburger

“Der Kunstabwart" Nummer4/December 1999, stills, pp.58,59. curated by Ul Binder, published by Edition Howeg, Zürich, Switzerland. (two page photo essay)

 

 

Awards:

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council 2008 MCAF Grant for Intercepting Planes

International Association of Lighting Designers: Award of Merit, Rodin Museum Pavilion, Seoul Korea (with Thomas Thompson), 2000.

Esther Fish Perry Award, 1998, Hunter College

BFA merit award, 1995, Hunter College.

Leutz/Reidel Grant for study in Netherlands, Hunter College.

Besal Scholar Full Tuition Scholarship, for Illumination Engineering, Penn State University.

 

Collections:

New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY: Rhizome.org Permanent Archive

Hunter College, NYC

Private Collection, NYC

Private Collection, Netherlands