Current Exhibitions

Winter Exhibitions

Illusion of Process: Marvin Luvualu Antonio, Miles Collyer, Maggie Groat

19 January – 12 March 2017

Opening Reception: THURSDAY, January 19, 6 – 9 pm

Surrounded, as we are, by a never-ending construction site, we’re never really sure what the end result is going to be. Just outside the doors of the AGYU, a new subway station is taking shape. We’re told that the subway is going to come. We’ve been told this one for years, and before us already it was being told. We’ve been teased with “artist’s renderings,” with photo-ops, with scale models. Nevertheless, construction seems to be going nowhere, the promise always put off another month, another year …

AGYU VITRINES: Xuan Ye: What You See is Where You Go

How we interact with computers can render the once-familiar questionable. The advent and development of graphical user interfaces, functioning as the media bridging human computer interactions, can be understood as having drastically changed our way of seeing, as well as our perception of time and space. Presenting the enlarged icons that denote “loading,” “pointing,” and “typing” as LED signs magnifies this cognitive shift. Placing them in …

Pssst…

The GG awards have been announced and we’d like to congratulate all the winners. Especially the winner of the Outstanding Contribution Award. You’ll never guess who …

Annual Report

Our 2015 – 2016 Annual Report is now available. Take a look at what we did!