On July 19th, at 20:00 Perry Bard will give an open talk to the public. Entrance fee: 10 nis. The Talk will be held in English

Perry Bard is an artist living in New York. She works individually and collaboratively on interdisciplinary projects for public space. She has worked with community groups to address issues of media representation engineering site specific public video installations for the Staten Island Ferry Terminal Building in New York and for Market Square in Middlesbrough UK. Public interventions about the war in Iraq include a mobile truckside billboard traveling the streets of New York, magazine ads and coffee cup sleeves featuring artifacts missing from the Baghdad Museum. Her web and public space project Man With A Movie Camera: The Global Remake dziga.perrybard.net invites participation in a mashup of a 1929 film belonging to world cultural history. The work has been presented in 30 venues to date. It won Honorary Mention in the Digital Communities category at Ars Electronica ’08, was presented at Transmediale ’09, File ’09, Media Forum at Moscow International Film Festival ’09, at the Montreal Biennial ’09, has been installed in museums and galleries worldwide -at Shang Elements Museum Beijing, Ueno Town Art Museum Tokyo, Pera Museum Istanbul amongst others, and screened on public LED displays in Manchester, Leeds, Norwich and Sheffield UK, Federation Square Melbourne Australia, e4c Seattle U.S.A. Diplomathèque, a philosophical karaoke is a networked performance first performed in French English and Spanish in Montreal and Bogotå. Sing along at www.youtube.com/perrybard

Bard is participating in Mamuta’s residency program on July 4th – 26th 2010. It was made possible by a grant from Pratt Institute