New York, NY, USA
Since 1991 Tina LaPorta has exhibited work in numerous group shows including this years’ Annual Interest No.1 at The Young At Art Museum, Davie, Florida, The International Streaming Festival 6th Edition in The Hague, Netherlands and Sound of IT, Compositions In the Spirit of John Cage touring to Garage 4141, San Diego, Ca.; Northend Studios, Detroit MI.; and Sazmanab Project, Tehran, Iran. Other venues include, The New Museum, NY; Museo Nacional Centro de Art Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain; Museu do Essencial e do Alem Disso, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England; San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA; Centre Cultural de la Fundació “la Caixa,” Barcelona, Spain; The Kitchen, New York, NY; The Art and Culture Center, Hollywood, FL.
LaPorta has lectured and presented her work widely at, 5 Minutes of Fame, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY; Liceo Artistico Statale Caravaggio, Milan, Italy; The Whitney Museum, New York, NY; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; College Art Association/Women’s Caucus for Art. She has received commissions to create new work from The Whitney Museum, New York, NY; The Alternative Museum, New York, NY; and Turbulence.org, New York, NY. LaPorta’s work is included in Public Collections such as The Whitney Museum, New York, NY; The New Museum, New York, NY; The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University Library, Ithaca, NY; Sound Art Museum, Rome, Italy.
Her work has been published in many periodicals including Digital Art: World of Art Series (Thames and Hudson); The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader (Routledge); From Technological to Virtual Art (MIT Press); as well as The New York Times, Miami New Times (Featured Cover Artist), Leonardo and Ms. Magazine.
Distance explores our desire for communication, through connection and disconnection, via fluctuations in transmission and reception ...