Anthony Marcellini
(b. 1978)

Education
MFA 2007-09 California College of the Arts, San Francisco
BFA 2000 California College of the Arts, San Francisco

Selected Solo Exhibitions and Performances
2016
All Soul, No Body, Harmony Murphy Gallery, Los Angeles (upcoming)
Cities of Restless Objects, Simone DiSousa Gallery, Detroit, USA

2014
Obsolescere: The Things is Falling, Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC), Troy,
New York, USA, commissioned by curator Emily Zimmerman
Twenty Plots for Things to Come, with Heman Chong, Galerie Michael Janssen, Singapore

2013
Even a Perfect Crime Leaves a Trace, Göteborgs Konsthall, Gothenburg, Sweden
Ingenting, ingenting, skiljer mig från er, inte nu, eller inte sen. Det vet jag. Det ser jag, fullkomligt klart. Jag tror att jag ska komma er närmre nu, än när jag levde., BAR 10, Konstepidemin, Gothenburg, Sweden

2012
Interview(s), with Heman Chong, Wilkinson Gallery, London, England
“Slowly Breathe in…and Out…Through the Object”, Skulpturengarten Strombad Kritzendorf, Kritzendorf, Vienna, Austria. Curated by Veronika Hauer and Magda Tothova
The Final Dissolution of Nils at Gagnef 2012, Gagnef, Sweden, produced by Mattias Nordstrom and Linda Tedsdotter

2010
Towards a Boundless World: Backa Stand Up Comedy, public performance, Backa Röd, Backa Hisingen, Sweden
Becoming Real: A Magpie’s Recognition of Self, Etc. Galerie, Prague, Czech Republic. Curated by Jiri Skala
Berlin: Open Your Windows, series of four public performances, Berlin, Germany, commissioned by Sparwassar.HQ

2008
How to Talk About Utopia Without Saying Utopia, with Matthew David Rana, Playspace Gallery, San Francisco, USA

2005
Clothing Project, Lucky Tackle, Oakland, (as It Can Change).
Piñata Party, Passersby Gallery, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, (as It Can Change)
It Can Change at 667 Shotwell, 667 Shotwell, San Francisco, (as It Can Change)

Selected Group Exhibitions
2015
ESP TV, Season Five, http://www.esptv.com

2014
Re:Collect, Re:View Contemporary, Detroit, USA
VIREI VIRAL (I BECAME VIRAL) - Identities and Collectivities, Centro Cultural do Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Curated by M'BARAKÁ
Tabularium, SLOPES, Melbourne, with Heman Chong
The Part In The Story Where A Part Becomes A Part Of Something Else, Witte De With, Rotterdam, curated by Heman Chong
Who is PASSENGER, PASSENGER, Detroit, USA

2013
Island Sessions, as part of Weather Permitting: 9a Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre, Brazil, curated by Sofia Hernandez Chong Cuy
Dissident Futures, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, USA, curated by Betti-Sue Hertz Slowly Breathe in…and Out…Through the Object, part of Moderation(s), Witte De With, Rotterdam, curated by Heman Chong
As if Silence(s), Tjolöholm Castle, Valand Academy in conjunction with På plats – konstnedslag I kuluravet, Halland, Sweden

2012
Les referents, La galerie Édouard-Manet, Municipale des Beaux-Arts de Gennevilliers, Paris, France, curated by Etienne Bernard & Aurélien Mole
Nya Tider Nya Verk, Galleri Konstepidemin, Gothenburg, Sweden
“Dear S”, Mail Art Subscription Series, Art Practical, San Francisco, USA (signed limited edition print)

2011
Sequences Real-Time Art Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland
The Visionary Trading Project, with Heman Chong, London, England 2009

2009
MFA Exhibition, CCA, San Francisco,USA

2008
“La Biblioteca Utopica”, Luoghi Dell'utopia, Villa Borbone, Viareggio, Italy
Immediate Future: The 2008 Murphy and Cadogan Fellowships in the Fine Arts, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco, USA

2004
Freedom Salon, Deitch Projects, New York, USA, (as It Can Change)
The End of the End of the Line, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, USA (as It Can Change)
How To Create a Cultural District and Have it Vanish Into the Morning Mists of Dawn, Red 76, Portland, USA

2003
Shadow Cabinets, Kunsthall Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany, (as It Can Change)

2002
Shadow Cabinets in a Bright Country, Apex Art, New York, USA, (as It Can Change)

Curated Exhibitions, Lectures and Event
2015
“The Museum of Obsolescence”, Lost Museums: a Symposium on the Ephemerality & Afterlives of Museums & Collections, May 6 - 8, 2015 at Brown University, Providence, USA, (with Emily Zimmerman)

2014
“A Mobile Phone, A Magpie and an Obsolescent Object Walk Into A Bar: Changing Notions of Ourselves and Objects in a Relational World.” CCBB, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2013
“The Relationships Between Us: Humans, Sculptures and Objects”, lecture and panel discussion with RoseLee Goldberg and Heman Chong, as part of Moderation(s): A Thing At A Time, Witte De With, Rotterdam, Holland

2012
"The Social Beyond Anthropocentrism" a lecture and panel discussion with Matthew Rana, Karl Palmås, Sinzina Ravini and Fredrik Svensk, produced by Paletten as part of the release of Paletten Art Journal # 286-287, Gothenburg, Sweden
“Why I Write: The object and the text, one without the other would never be enough to fill our stomachs”, Design Seminar, Swedish School of Textiles, Borås, Sweden

2011
GIBCA Speak Easy, Gothenburg Biennial for Contemporary Art, Gothenburg, Sweden, (organizer)
The Force The Movie The Vague by Mårten Spångberg, Ways of Transmission, Restaurang Hing Wa, Gothenburg, Sweden (KU project with Fredrik Svensk)
"A History of Shit: A performative lecture by Maja Hammarén", Ways of Transmission, Stenasalen, Gothenburg Art Museum, Gothenburg, Sweden (KU project with Fredrik Svensk)

2007
Ninth Annual Video Marathon; VALUES, Art in General, New York, USA (co-curator)
25 Years Later: Welcome to Art in General, The UBS Art Gallery, New York, USA (co-curator)
Mirage, Audio in the Elevator, Art in General, New York, USA
Marcy Freedman, Cuchifritos Gallery, New York, USA
Eternity Awaits Part I: The Spy Who Loved Me, Audio in the Elevator, Art in General, New York, USA
I Was Trapped in This Elevator, Audio in the Elevator, Art in General, New York, USA

2006
Salad Days II, Artist Space, New York, USA (co-curator)
Proportions, Audio in the Elevator, Art in General, New York, USA
In Search of the Miraculous, Continued, Audio in the Elevator, Art in General, New York, USA

2005
Tape Number One, Audio in the Elevator, Art in General, New York, USA

2002
Fat Slice, Fat Slice, Berkeley, USA. (as It Can Change)

2001
Face to Face to Face, Pond, San Francisco, USA. (as It Can Change)

1999
It Can Change, 850 Harrison St., Oakland, USA. (as It Can Change)

Grants/Fellowships/Awards
2014
Federal Assistance Award, US Department of State, Brazillian Consulate

2011
KU Grant, The Board for Artistic Development, Faculty of Fine Arts, Göteborg University, Sweden

2010
Göteborgs Stads kulturförvaltning/Kulturstöd Projektstöd Pronto, Sweden

2009
Independent Study Program, University of Gothenburg, Valand School of Fine Arts, Sweden

2008
Southern Exposure’s Alternative Exposure Grant, USA Murphy & Cadogan Fellowship in the Arts, San Francisco, USA

2007
CCA Graduate Merit Scholarship, San Francisco, USA

Residencies
2012
Valand Centre for Artistic Research, Gothenburg, USA

2010
Sparwasser HQ residency program, Berlin, Germany

Bibliography
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There is Something I Would Like to Show You, (limited edition magazine, Berlin, 2003)