ZERO1 Biennial VIP Preview & Fundraiser / Seeking Silicon Valley

Join us in re-imagining the place and the idea of Silicon Valley.

Wednesday September 12, 2012

VIP Preview Reception/ZERO1 Fundraiser Party
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tickets $150.00 
Be the first to experience the ZERO1 Garage and Seeking Silicon Valley, the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial exhibition. Rub shoulders with Biennial curators and artists at an intimate celebration with one-time live performances by Shu Lea Cheang, Gambiologicos, Nelly Ben Hayoun, and more while enjoying artisanal foods and cocktails. Mingle and network with some of the brightest and most creative minds around, including those from Google, Adobe and Disney.

As a nonprofit arts organization, your support is vital in ZERO1's efforts to bring you works from leading artists at the intersection of art and technology.

Purchase VIP Preview Reception Tickets Here! 


ZERO1 Host Committee Kim Walesh, Connie Martinez, Catherine Clark

The ZERO1 VIP Preview Reception and Fundraiser have been generously sponsored by:
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Hendricks Gin, and Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch 



ZERO1 Garage
Wednesday, September 12
6:30pm - 8:00pm: VIP Preview Reception
8:00pm - 10:00pm: General Fundraiser

Seeking Silicon Valley



Under the theme Seeking Silicon Valley, the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial will feature work by a diverse group of local, national, and international contemporary artists whose work will transform Silicon Valley into an epicenter for innovative art production and public experience.

Renowned globally as a hub of entrepreneurship and innovation, Silicon Valley is notoriously difficult to experience. More than a specific location it is a network of freeways, technologies, companies, and relationships connected in a complex physical and virtual web. Modeling this networked nature, the hub of the Biennial is the ZERO1 Garage located at 439 S. 1st Street in downtown San Jose’s SoFA District with a series of nodes, networks, and access points connecting Silicon Valley and beyond—a network of curators from different countries bringing a global perspective to the Biennial exhibition, a network of emerging artists sharing and presenting work during the opening weekend, as well as a series of exhibitions, programs, pop-up installations and performances being presented by ZERO1 and a growing list of partnering arts institutions that will serve as Biennial access points throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.