How to experience Joel Tauber’s work. Where to see his art exhibitions and films, hear his podcasts, and read his stories.
There is a virtual exhibition, from October 17, 2020 – January 16, 2021, of Border-Ball on the ArtCenter website; and a physical exhibition, from May 21-August 22, 2021, of the 9-channel video installation at ArtCenter DTLA.
The 9-channel video installation will be presented at the Adamski Gallery in Berlin as well.
In addition to experiencing Border-Ball through the movie and exhibitions, there is an ongoing opportunity to participate further by: sharing your thoughts and stories about immigration and borders, learning more about how we’re treating immigrants, and doing what you can to help.
The Sharing Project installation will be shown next at Kunst(Zeug)Haus in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland as part of the group exhibition “Sharity.” The show will run from February 28 – May 16, 2021. Participate by sharing your toys for the communal sculpture of shared objects in the installation.
Read these stories from The Sharing Project in The Huffington Post: The Sharing Project: An Introduction; We Share More When We Feel Interconnected; To What Extent Are We Teaching Our Kids To Share?; How Do We Figure Out How Much To Share?; Private Property And Inequity; Campfires, Socialism, And Multi-Level Selection; Shared Resources And Expectations; and What Can The Inuit And Nuer Teach Us About Sharing?
Watch the movie Sick-Amour on Amazon (Prime or Instant Video) in the US or UK; Kanopy; or Green Planet Stream anywhere. The movie is also available in many public, school, and university libraries worldwide.
Watch the movie Pumping on Green Planet Stream anywhere. The movie is also available in many public, school, and university libraries worldwide.
Read the essay “Growing” about the USC Tree Baby installation (from Sick-Amour) and teaching in the USC Gayle Garner Roski School of Fine Arts BFA / BA Catalogue (2008) (with an introduction by Dean Ruth Weisberg).