Gallery Dialogues: Maria Antelman

Join artist Maria Antelman for a walkthrough of her exhibition Disassembler, which includes a selection of works by the former Pioneer Works resident. Antelman creates collage-like videos that pull from a well of sources, including scenarios about rewilding the American West, ideas of techno-animism, and early reconnaissance images from outer space. Disassembler and its namesake video installation raise questions about the physical and psychological impact of automation processes on the individual and society.

About the Artist

Maria Antelman (b. 1971, Athens, Greece) is a video artist based in New York. She studied Art History at the Complutense University in Madrid and holds an MFA from Columbia University. Her work has been shown in recent exhibitions at Daata Editions; Marinaro Gallery, New York, NY; Videonale, Bonn, Germany; and Apex Art, New York, NY; The Agency, London, UK; and Melanie Flood Projects, Portland, Oregon. She has been awarded grants from the J.F. Costopoulos Foundation and residencies at ISCP and Pioneer Works, both in New York. Her work has been featured and reviewed in Art in America, Art Papers, Flash Art, zingmagazine, and

Maria Antelman: Disassembler is produced by the Onassis Foundation USA.