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Wed August 6, 2014
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Presents "Neil Goldberg: Anthology"
Neil Goldberg’s video, photo and mixed media work has been exhibited at venues throughout Europe and across the country including The Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection in New York. In 2013 his video, Surfacing appeared simultaneously on multiple digital signs in Times Square in New York City. In it dozens of people are filmed as they emerge from the NY subway system. You can see Surfacing and much more at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art’s Neil Goldberg: Anthology in Winston-Salem.
The exhibit explores three aspects of Neil’s art, focusing on the fleeting, overlooked and personal aspects of daily experience using video, photography and objects of the last 15 years. Anthology debuts Ten-and-a-Half Years of To-Dos (2014), a five-channel audio-visual installation in which five shirtless young men in the film sit in an enormous tree reading 10 and a half years of Neil’s To-Do lists. Neil walked David Ford through the exhibition along with SECCA Curator of Contemporary Art Cora Fischer.
Neil Goldberg: Anthology will remain on display at SECCA through October 5th. The SECCA exhibit is free and open to the public.