exhibitions / events

Embodied Landscape

As an online exhibition, Embodied Landscape consists of a film, a VR/360° view experience, and an interactive website. The works now on the view at UB Arts Collaboratory Website


Happy to announce that the release of inaugural issue of MAST Journal: “Mapping Media Studies”!

MAST is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal with a focus on Media Art Study and Theory. Download the issue here: https://mast-nemla.org/current/


Embodied Landscape

Originally planned as part of the Arts Collaboratory spring season of interdisciplinary programming, Embodied Landscape has been reframed by Maryam Muliaee and Naila Ansari as a virtual experience and online exhibition. A collaborative multimedia production, the work is a reflection on Buffalo’s forgotten architecture ….

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Upcoming Online Exhibition: Embodied Landscape 

Opening: May 15, 2020



“The Price of Oil” (2019) was announced the winner of the 4th Annual International Experimental Film Festival “The Unforeseen” in Belgrade, Serbia. Thanks to CZKD Team and the jury members: Manja Ristić, Ivana Rajić and Luka Beslagic.
Jury’s Comment: “With an extremely important and present political message, the film, through the dramatization archaeology of media, shows us the deep roots of neoliberal exploitation. The composition of the film equally emphasizes the poetical-typographic, musical, graphic-animation treatment of the structure, in a comprehensively successful experimentation with form.”


“The Price of Oil” has been awarded the jury’s “Mention” in the ninth edition of FIVA, the International Video Art Festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


My recent animation work, The Price of Oil (2019), in collaboration with Mani Mehrvarz (director) and Wooden Cities (music), has been officially selected in 4th International Experimental Film Festival “The Unforeseen”. The festival takes place at CZKD (The Center for Cultural Decontamination) in Belgrade.

On Saturday, November 23rd 2019, Prof. Luka Bešlagić (FMK) will give a lecture on what is experimental in film today, and what can be considered an experiment followed by the second half of the competition program. The winner will be announced at the end of the festival, followed by a concert by Manja Ristić.


The Price of Oil (2019), my recent animation work in collaboration with Mani Mehrvarz (director) and Wooden Cities (music), celebrates its World Premiere this December at the FIVA 9 International Video Festival in The General San Martín Cultural Centre in beautiful Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Juries: Maria Pallier, Gustavo Romano and Jose-Calos Mariategui

 


Exhibition Opening: In This House
Albright-Knox Northland

Public Opening for Open House

Friday, January 17, 2020  ● 5 pm –  7 pm

Please join us for a free public opening for Open House: Domestic Thresholds by Heather Hart, Edra Soto, and Rodney Taylor. This exhibition features projects that explore how people build connections to others both inside and outside the walls of those structures we call home. During the opening, dancer Naila Ansari, media artists Mani Mehrvarz and Maryam Muliaee, and musician Curtis Lovell will present a collaborative, multimedia art project that will use new media, performance, and live dance to transform the static physical space of the exhibition into a dynamic interactive environment. The audience is invited to experience the work by watching the filmed performance on their mobile phones in the exhibition space.


Art in the Open

Center For The Arts

Oct 24, 2019


Announcing MAST: The Journal of Media Art, Study and Theory

Founded by Maryam Muliaee and Mani Mehrvarz (editors), under NeMLA (Northeast Modern Language Association) at the University of Buffalo, SUNY.

http://mast-nemla.org/

MAST Journal


LIVE YOUR ART 

This poetic documentary takes you to the spaces where art is made, showing how artists from different disciplines create their works. The full movie is available to watch for free: https://www.liveyourart.org/

 
 
 

LIVE YOUR ART 

So glad that as one of four selected female artists based in Buffalo, I was featured in the film, LIVE YOUR ART!

Official premiere: Sep 15, 12-2pm at Center For The Arts, UB. Free for the public!

Maryam Muliaee

See the event schedule here

 


featured in UB Arts Collaboratory film series: LIVE YOUR ART 

watch the teaser:

 


Exhibition opening: MEDIA-AS-THINGS

El Museo Gallery, Buffalo, New York (Apr 2019)

Media-as-things exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


Exhibition opening: MAKE.MEDIA.MATTER

UB ART Gallery, Buffalo, New York (Nov – Dec 2018)

Make Media Matter exhibition, Maryam Muliaee

watch the teaser here:


SUBSTANTIAL MOTION RESEARCH NETWORK WORKSHOP

presenting at Squeaky Wheel Media Center, Buffalo, New York (Feb 2019)

SMRN workshop, Maryam Muliaee


Asher (2018)

first official premiere at Cinema 123 midtown NYC, (July 2018)

Asher documentary, screening, Maryam Muliaee

The premiere will be opened by Dr. Candice Williams’s talk at 6:00 pm and will be followed by Q&A after the screening.


Presenting at CTB Conference 2018

26th Annual Crossing the Boundaries Conference: [pl.]: Exploring the Multiple, 16 – 17 March 2018 / Binghamton University

 


Asher (2018)

selected for screening at Buffalo International Film Festival, (Oct 2018)

Sunday, Oct 7 2018, 9:00 PM
HALLWALLS Contemporary Art Center

 


Selected for screening at 4th CIFF FESTIVAL (Apr 14th & 15th, 2017)

Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

Ithaca, New York

4th CIFF FESTIVAL screening, Maryam Muliaee


ART AND MEDIA OPEN STUDIO

exhibition at Center For The Arts, Department of Media Study, UB (Nov 2017)

ART AND MEDIA OPEN STUDIO, Maryam Muliaee


NIE JA / NOT I

exhibition at Dzyga Galleri, Lwow, Ukraine (2015)

NIE JA / NOT I exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


Borders: Transmission & Transmutation / Granice: Transmisje i Transmutacje

exhibition at Galeria EL, Elblag, Poland (Jan – Feb 2016)

Granice exhibition, Maryam Muliaee

Granice exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


THE LIMITS OF ART

exhibition at MWBA Contemporary Art Gallery, Leszno, Poland (Oct 2014)

The Limits Of Art exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


The Limits Of Art exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


NIE JA / NOT I

exhibition at BWA Contemporary Art Gallery, Katowice, Poland (Aug – Sep 2014)

Not I / Nie Ja exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


DEPARTURE-ARRIVAL

exhibition at Galeria Aula, UAP, Poznan, Poland (June 2014)

DEPARTURE-ARRIVAL exhibition, Maryam Muliaee

DEPARTURE-ARRIVAL exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


BROTKATZE – Collaborations IV

exhibition at Galerie Kunststück Berlin (May 2013)

BROTKATZE exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


MINIMALISM AS A CRIME SCENE

exhibition at Centrum Kultury Zamek, Poznan, Poland (Mar – Apr 2014)

MINIMALISM AS A CRIME SCENE exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


LUTOSLAWSKI Project

premiere at Centrum Kultury Zamek, Poznan, Poland (June 2013 & Aug 2013)

LUTOSLAWSKI project, Maryam Muliaee


HOTEL INSOMNIA

exhibition at Hotel Bazar, Poznan, Poland (May 2013)

HOTEL INSOMNIA exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


ETERNAL RETURN

solo exhibition at Rotunda Gallery, UAP, Poznan (Feb 2013)

ETERNAL RETURN exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


UNEXPOSED

group exhibition at TOUR & TAXIS, Bruxelles (Nov – Dec 2012)

UNEXPOSED is an exhibition of 40 young Iranian female artists chosen among 400 candidates whose creations were never exposed before. This also justifies the title of the exhibition: UNEXPOSED. The exhibition gives to these young women artists the opportunity to demonstrate their work in Brussels, Athens, Warsaw and Tehran. 

The exhibition is curated by Fery Malek–Madani (art historian), and organized by Art Cantara. The opening was prefaced by the Minister of the French Community of Belgium at Brussels, and the exhibition was followed by two major conferences:

28 Nov 2012 – “L’Art Moderne en Iran, de son émergence à aujourd’hui”

15 Dec 2012 – “Les opportunités ou les défis d’être femme et artiste dans l’Iran d’aujourd’hui”

In Athens, the exhibition will be accompanied by parallel events (films, conferences, open conversations) and afterwards, it will travel to Warsaw (April-May 2013).


UNEXPOSED

exhibition at Cacoyannis Foundation, Athènes (Feb – Mar 2013)


UNEXPOSED

exhibition at The National Museum of Ethnography, Warsaw (Apr – June 2013)

UNEXPOSED exhibition, Maryam Muliaee

UNEXPOSED exhibition, Maryam Muliaee


UNEXPOSED

exhibition at ELAHE Gallery, Tehran (June – July 2013)

UNEXPOSED exhibition, Maryam Muliaee