Trenda is scheduled to perform at this year's
Palm Springs Fine Art Fair

Thursday Feb 13, 8-8:30pm
Friday Feb 14, 6-6:30pm

She will be performing her newest piece Proximity Cinéma and exhibiting her large scale work
Body Code Performance Print
Dimensional Archival Print and Mixed Media
Limited Ed: 1 of 1
Dimensions Framed: 6' 4" X 3' 10"
Year 2012

McLoughlin Gallery
49 Geary Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
t 415.986.4799

Tiffany Trenda's "Body Code" Solo Exhibition
at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (LACDA)
10 Year Anniversary.

Trenda will be performing at the reception March 13th for the downtown LA artwalk. Her performance art prints, video work, and collaborations will be exhibiting. Never before seen work will also be on display.
March 13 - April 5th 2014

LACDA 10th Anniversary Exhibition
March 13 - April 5th 2014
Reception: Thursday, March 13th Performance at 8PM

at Los Angeles Center For Digital Art
104 East Fourth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
323 646 9427

For more information please visit: http://www.lacda.com/exhibits/Tiffany_Trenda.html

Trenda is apart of the LA Art Collective. They will also be exhibiting work and projecting video.
The Los Angeles Art Collective (LAAC)’s installation explores the manipulation and intimidation of the US government using surveillance technology. The public and private lives of the United States citizens are being recorded by the National Security Agency. Our image, personal identity, and information are stored in a system of voyeurism that sees no individuality. Instead, we are considered the enemy, an easy target to manipulate and no one is safe. The impersonal gaze of the camera is our confines, our prison. The government says it is for our “security” but it is nothing more then an idealized state for the 1%. The US is being controlled by the mega-corporations, by the government, for the government, and shall not perish from our daily lives.

The United States citizens are targeted when they exercise the amendment of free speech. We are frightened of expressing our rights because our everyday activities (conversation, texting, emailing, photos, video, etc.) could be used against us. Therefore, the notion of revolt is suffocated by our fears of intimidation. We are not afraid of the enemy but we are becoming afraid of Americans.

For more information please visit: http://lacda.com/exhibits/LA_Art_Collective.html

Trenda will be performing live at Silicon Valley Contemporary

Proximity Cinéma Performance Times:
Opening Thursday April 10, 7-7:30pm & 8-8:30pm
Friday April 11, 1:30-2pm & 6-6:30pm

April 10-13, 2014 April 10th Opening Night Preview (Benefits San Jose Museum of Art)
San Jose McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, CA

Trenda will be showcasing Odalisque, Video Installation, 2001
At S A L O N H Y S T É R I Q U E in London, England
From Tuesday, Jan. 21st - April 19, 2014

An evening of hysteric feminisms exploring the connection between body and language by ways of corporeal and textual manifestations, aiming to restore the woman's voice to the record and to produce outrage, cause and effect outside of the established norms.

Launching the first issue of a feminist magazine,

a group art exhibition and a two-women/two-wounds spectacle.

Curated by Gabriella Daris

Live piano by Máire Carroll

LA PETIT MORT ET LA GRANDE HYSTÉRIE | L ' E X P O S I T I O N | 21.01.14 - 19.04.14 "[...] A hysterical dramatization of the conflicts between desire and defense, license and prohibition, voyeurism and exhibition, castration and self-conservation, latent and manifest, sadism and masochistic pleasure, memory and resistance, destructive fantasy and cathartic fantasy,"* religion and ecstatic pleasure, manipulation and emancipation, concealment and revelation. These conflicts result in convulsive contortions and corporeal manifestations, in an antagonistic sensational conflict between the spectator and the spectacle, the author and the reader, the silent producer and the loud recorder. A radical recasting of the hysterical objectification of the unvoiced women now breaks through the societal stereotypical constraints within a neoliberal context as, third-wave feminists and philogynists alike, speak with the mouth of that wound, bringing these conflicts to an end. Does the wondering womb have its own mind after all? [GD]
* Lea Virgine, Il corpo come linguaggio, Milan, 1974.

ORLAN | Annie Sprinkle | Diana Pornoterrorista | Tiffany Trenda | Henri Maccheroni | Jamie McCartney | Cordelia Donohoe | Michael Clark | Gabriella Daris | Marie-Alice Brandner Wolfszahn | Anthony Haden-Guest | Adonis Nikolaou | Bridget Hugo | Sara Le Roy | Alexandra Unger | Nicholas Hopkins | Emma Harvey | Cathy Fenwick | Paul Davis | Csaba Pasztor | Pauline A. Amos | John Dunbar | Lizzie Learman | Werner Nekes | John Thorton | P.J. van Sandwijk | Julia R. Gallego | Don Grant | Serge Iglesias | HelenA Pritchard


Tiffany Trenda will showcase La Grande Odalisque at Scope Art Fair in New York 2014 March 6-9.
La Grande Odalisque
video loop, displayed on framed LCD screen
Limited Ed. 100

Licht Feld Gallery is representing her.
Davidsbodenstrasse 11
CH-4056 Basel 
info {at} lichtfeld.ch 
P +41 (0)61 333 00 58
F +41 (0)61 333 00 59

Trenda will be performing live at Del Mar Electronics DMEDS & Design Show for Earth LCD
Performance TBA
April 30th - May 1, 2014
Del Mar Fairgrounds, San Diego, CA

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