JULIA MELTZER DAVID THORNE, THE SPECULATIVE ARCHIVE


PRESENTATIONS, SCREENINGS, EXHIBITIONS

September 2004, screening, Toronto International Film Festival
September 2004, screening, Madcat Film Festival, San Francisco
June 2004, screening, World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam
April 2004, screening, Images Festival of Independent Film and Video, Toronto
April 2004, screening, San Francisco International Film Festival
March 2004, presentation and screening, University of Illinois, Chicago
March 2004, screening, University of California Los Angeles
January 2004, screening, Signal and Noise Festival, Vancouver
January 2004, screening, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Netherlands
January 2004, screening, Transmediale, Berlin
January 2004, screening, Art In General annual Video Art Marathon, NYC
December 2003, panel presentation, Visible Evidence XI, Bristol, UK
November 2003, screening, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA
November 2003, screening, Margaret Mead Film Festival, NYC
November 2003, screening, MIT, Cambridge MA
November 2003, screening, Mass Art Film Society, Boston, MA
November 2003, screening, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
October 2003, screening, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
October 2003, screening, University of California Berkeley
September 2003, "In light of the recent events," presentation and panel discussion, Next 5 Minutes Festival, Amsterdam
August 2003, screening, Gallery 210, Los Angeles, CA
July 2003, screening, New York Video Festival, NYC
February 2003, "In light of the recent events" presentation and screening, Artist's Television Access, San Francisco, CA
February 2003, "In light of the recent events" presentation and screening, NYU Center for Media, Culture, and History, NYC
February 2003, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation and screening, Amherst College, Amherst, MA
September 2002, "In light of the recent events" presentation, P.S. 122, NYC
September 2002, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
September 2002, "Free the, Demand your . . ." installation, The Front Room, Brooklyn, NY
August 2002, group show, The Project/LA, Los Angeles, CA
August 2002, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation, University of California Berkeley, Department of Art History
June 2002, "In light of the recent events" presentation, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles CA
May­June 2002, "Free the, Demand your . . ." installation, in "Democracy When?!" Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA
May 2002, "In light of the recent events" presentation, University of California San Diego, Department of Art
April 2002, "In light of the recent events" presentation and panel discussion, organized by Trebor Scholz, Socialist Scholars Conference, NYC
March 2002, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation, California Institute for the Arts, Valencia, CA
January 2002, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation and panel discussion, "Radical Time," symposium, University of California Los Angeles, Department of Art
November 2001, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation, Banff Center for the Arts, Banff, Alberta, Canada
November 2001, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation and panel discussion, American Studies Association conference (panel: "Visual Cultures of Militarization"), Washington, DC
July 2000, "What do you know and when did you know it" installation, Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research,
Los Angeles, CA
March 2000, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation and panel discussion, "from today" Film and Video Festival, Brown University, Providence RI
February 2000, "A brief history of the internal conflict" presentation, P.S. 122, NYC

PUBLICATIONS

"Addendum: as though there is nothing else on the drawing board," Art Journal, Spring 2004.
"The Narrative of sdurn," Cabinet, issue 12, Fall 2003.
"1 in 32: The Culture of Secrecy," Cabinet, issue 3, Summer 2001.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

"The Art of Questioning," Res Magazine, August 2004.
"What Will Rise," Film Comment, March/April 2004.
"Tape Heads: The New York Video Festival" (review), The Independent, October 2003.