ANNOUNCING ALIVE AT SATELLITE MIAMI 2021 – SELECTED ARTISTS
Satellite Art Show
November 30 – December 4, 2021
Announcing Alive at Satellite Performance and Video Programming
Location: 1655 Meridian Avenue, Miami (South Beach), FL 33139
Curated by Quinn Dukes | Press Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Satellite Art Show and Performance Is Alive offer fair goers a rare opportunity to experience bold, unapologetic and socially engaged projects through the boundless manifestations of performance art. Unlike any other fair, Satellite exclusively spotlights contemporary performance and time-based media. Giving these cherished art forms a unique home during Miami Art Week.
We are absolutely thrilled to be back in Miami for Art Week and have elected to focus on an art form that was dramatically impacted by the pandemic. Performance artists return to live actions, some choosing to engage virtually and some at an interactive distance. We will present different artists and live performances daily. Visitors are encouraged to purchase a week pass to experience the ever changing activations within the fair.
Satellite Art Show will be located just three blocks from Art Basel at the corner of Meridian and Lincoln Road. Returning to the curatorial team will be Quinn Dukes of Performance is Alive and Satellite founder, Brian Andrew Whiteley.
PERFORMANCES [Schedule forthcoming]
Thomas Albrecht (Kingston, NY, USA), Jocelyn Beausire (Princeton, NJ, USA), Ama BE (Washington D.C, USA/Ghana), Katina Bitsicas (Columbia, MO, USA), Jessica Elaine Blinkhorn (Atlanta, GA, USA), Caitlin Mary Margarett (Madison, WI, USA), Hope Esser (Chicago, IL, USA), Xxavier Edward Carter (Dallas, TX, USA/Mexico City, Mexico), IV (NYC, USA),Vivian Chinasa Ezugha (Hampshire, UK/Nigeria), Oya Damla (Brooklyn, NY, USA), Agua Dulce (Miami, FL, USA), Gabriela Fernandez (Miami, FL, USA), Alexandra Hammond (New York, NYC, USA), Amanda Kleinhans (FL, USA), Miss Art World (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Arantxa Araujo (NYC/Mexico), Verónica Peña (NYC/Spain), and Yali Romagoza (NYC/Cuba), Neill Prewitt (Atlanta, GA, USA), Sylvain Souklaye (Brooklyn, NY, USA/France)
Milk & Honey (PA, USA)
Ali Asgar Tara (Brooklyn, NY, USA/Bangladesh), Meghan Moe Beitiks (Gainesville, FL USA), gustaf broms (Sweden), Maureen Catbagan (Brooklyn, NYC, USA), Ayça Ceylan (Istanbul, Turkey), Alex Côté (Montreal, Canada), Adán De La Garza (Denver, CO, USA), Victor de La Rocque (São Paulo, Brazil), Alma García Gil (Mexico City, Mexico), Rae Goodwin and Casey McGuire (Lexington, KY, USA), Marta Lodola (Berlin, Germany/Italy), Stephanie McGovern (NYC, USA), Tuty Moreno Campos (Mexico City, Mexico), Barbara Rosenthal (NYC, USA), Sylvain Souklaye (Brooklyn, NY, USA/France), Kailas Sreekumar (Kerala, India), Natacha Voliakovsky (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Claire Zakiewicz (NYC, USA/ London, UK)
PRESS PREVIEW + OPENING RECEPTION (VIP NIGHT):
Tuesday, November 30th: 3pm – 10pm
2021 PUBLIC HOURS:
Wednesday, December 1 , 2pm – 1am
Thursday, December 2 , 2pm – 1am
Friday, December 3 , 2pm – 1am
Saturday, December 4 , 2pm – 1am
Curated by Quinn Dukes. Quinn Dukes is a multimedia performance artist, activist and curator based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work addresses social injustice and ritual. Dukes holds an MFA in Art Practice from the School of Visual Arts and a BFA in Fine Art from Watkins College of Art & Design.