Artworks
Collaborative Dance Video Project
20 minutes
2017
Curatorial Project for Collective Exhibition + International Conference
September 29- October 13
2017
Contemporary Performance
June 8th, 9th, 10th (60 minute) + free improvisation on June 10th (1.30am-5:30am)
2017
Multimedia Installation
September 27th - October 16th
2017
Activation and Interactive Sculpture
2017
Shelves, Pedestals, Screws
2017
art exhibition and event
02/03/2017 - 02/17/2017
2017
Video
14.00min
2015
Video mapping Installation
2016
AudioVideo installation + Canvas, Pad, Pills, Tampon, Golden Paint
2:00 min
2016
Comic Art, Graphic Journalism
2013

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  • Medical practice and institutions have developed to become significantly more advanced on a technological basis, yet this progress has still not reached the patient in terms of acceptance and empathy since the patient is considered an aberration that has to be normalized. This show questions medicine from the patient’s perspective by juxtaposing subjective points of view to the objectivity of science. Transient Structures features the work of three artists who have unique but comparable exper…
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork It Takes 2
    It Takes 2 is an interactive and participatory sculpture/seat that reflects the notion that we cannot exist alone; we function as part of a society that demands communication with one another to operate. With this piece, we aim to highlight the importance of cooperation, openness and dialogue, especially in these times of social and political discomfort.
  • Read Me: Navigating Immigration is a solo exhibition by Zoe Cinel in the Library Gallery at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. The show features three multimedia installations, that deal with time, space and language, as a way to process the personal trauma of being uprooted, to start a dialogue about immigration and to help others navigating their experiences.
  • Read Me: Navigating Immigration is a solo exhibition by Zoe Cinel in the Library Gallery at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. The show features three multimedia installations, that deal with time, space and language, as a way to process the personal trauma of being uprooted, to start a dialogue about immigration and to help others navigating their experiences.
  • Read Me: Navigating Immigration is a solo exhibition by Zoe Cinel in the Library Gallery at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. The show features three multimedia installations, that deal with time, space and language, as a way to process the personal trauma of being uprooted, to start a dialogue about immigration and to help others navigating their experiences.
  • Read Me: Navigating Immigration is a solo exhibition by Zoe Cinel in the Library Gallery at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. The show features three multimedia installations, that deal with time, space and language, as a way to process the personal trauma of being uprooted, to start a dialogue about immigration and to help others navigating their experiences.
  • Read Me: Navigating Immigration is a solo exhibition by Zoe Cinel in the Library Gallery at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. The show features three multimedia installations, that deal with time, space and language, as a way to process the personal trauma of being uprooted, to start a dialogue about immigration and to help others navigating their experiences.
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork It Takes 2
    It Takes 2 is an interactive and participatory sculpture/seat that reflects the notion that we cannot exist alone; we function as part of a society that demands communication with one another to operate. With this piece, we aim to highlight the importance of cooperation, openness and dialogue, especially in these times of social and political discomfort.
  • Zoe Cinel updated the Artwork 3600 Cuts
    3600 cuts is an interdisciplinary performance by Piotr Szyhalski and Pramila Vasudevan about the endless quest for “higher resolution” — the technological obsession of achieving finer grain and more detail—and how this sometimes illuminating, sometimes destructive phenomenon connects to the parallel quest for understanding human ecology. How can human beings begin to fathom the vast impact of climate change in tandem with the immediate minutia of our daily lives? Meticulously moving thr…
  • Trump Backward-Forward is collective show that took place in Gallery 148 at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in February 2017. It featured 12 artists from different cultural backgrounds who use a variety of media. List of participants: Daniel Ploof - digital collage Essma Imady - multimedia installation Jacob Yeates - illustration Jennifer Jurgens - interactive installation Jonathan Herrera - print and paper making Samantha Russell - sculpture Sishir Bommakanti - illlustration Shun Yong…