in collaboration with TRIAD and The Fountainhead Residency

an evening of art and psychology with artist Einat Amir

may 16 2016

'I will be guide for this session' by Einat Amir, 2013

Tel Aviv based artist Einat Amir will be discussing her artistic practice, inspired by psychological experiments. She will be showing drawings from her new series "Face of The Earth" (2016) along with some of her latest video works, including  'I Will Be Your Guide for This Session' (2013) that follows two groups of participants as they embark on a journey examining personal narratives through psychoanalytic and physical exercises. Through the direction of two professional guides, the boundaries between the performative and the authentic are challenged. The filmed sessions were not scripted or rehearsed, appropriating methods used by Reality TV into this layered and complex artwork. I Will Be Your Guide for This Session is part of a larger project, Our Best Intentions, which is both video installation and live performance and was previously shown at the performance biennial Performa13. 

Tel Aviv based artist Einat Amir holds her MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University in 2009. Amir’s work has been shown at: PS1 Contemporary Art Center New York, PERFORMA09 New York, Palais De Tokyo Paris, The Kitchen New York, Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, VOLTA Basel, VOLTA NY, Scaramouche Gallery New York, Winzavod Art Center, Moscow, Bergen Kunsthall Norway, Dallas Contemporary Art Center Texas, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art Israel; Haifa Museum of Art Israel, Bat Yam Museum of Art Israel, Rosenfeld Gallery Tel Aviv, CareOf gallery Milan, Fondation d’entreprise Ricard Paris MLAC Rome, Lilith Performance Studio Malmö, Städtische Galerie Bremen, and Digital Art Center Hulon, among others

About The Screening Room, Miami
The Screening Room is a new media exhibition and project space located in Miami’s Wynwood Art District,  a multi-disciplinary space dedicated to film and video programs, lectures and gatherings.

The Screening Room is located in the Mitrani Warehouse, (2626 NW 2nd Avenue, Wynwood) where two sisters, Rhonda  Dina, converted their family’s clothing factory into a center for creative thinking.


TRIAD is a registered charity in England and Wales that aims to promote contemporary visual arts and their appreciation and development for public benefit. 

As a not-for-profit organization based in London, TRIAD collaborates with museums, cultural organizations and galleries to exhibit emerging and mid-career artists internationally.

TRIAD supports emerging and mid-career artists, to further their progression within the arts sector and art market. With an experienced curatorial committee TRIAD selects artists of conceptual and aesthetic value, commissioning exceptional projects and works of quality. A central concern is supporting the promotion of cultural diversity within local and artistic communities by commissioning and exhibiting artists from different cultural regions. TRIAD provides audiences with the opportunity to develop their cultural and social awareness through the medium of art.

About The Fountainhead Residency
The Fountainhead Residency was founded in 2008 by collectors Dan and Kathryn Mikesell. Through the residency their goals are to: provide artists an opportunity to find new inspiration (a fountainhead), to introduce visiting artists to Miami's art community and it's many supporters, to infuse Miami with artistic inspiration from around the world, enable our art institutions to realize more ambitious shows, and finally to provide our family an opportunity to become more intimately integrated in the world of artists and art.