I'm very excited to have a selection of my work available via ephemera.biz. Curated by J. Simmz of Doppleganger Projects, Ephemera is an intimate online fine art catalogue, providing access to the creative process via alternative small prints, works on paper, objects, and independent publications by the artists Doppleganger exhibits and supports.
Opening reception: Friday, December 1st 6 - 9pm
Miami Art week: Open to the public Dec 7th to Dec 10th 11am - 3pm
The exhibition runs from December 1st, 2017 until March 5th, 2018
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My mural with Sidewall Pittsburgh is up for the month of April.
About this project: This particular composition is based on the design tactics of “Dazzle Camouflage”, a dissimulation technique utilized in World War I and II to protect warships. The confusing painted geometric patterning made it difficult for opponents to determine the speed and in what direction the ship was traveling. This “dazzle” scheme for Sidewall was built entirely using the same shape repeated and layered in black and white at a variety of different scales and orientations. The source of the repeated shape (a triangle with indented corners) was the footprint of one of the most prominent elements of Pittsburgh’s skyline: the U.S. Steel Tower.
My work Deconstructed Cube (after LeWitt) is included in the 2017 Wheaton Biennial: Printmaking Reimagined. Wheaton’s third biennial exhibition examines the boundaries of printmaking, showcasing work by 60 artists from 30 states, Canada, and Sweden, including sculpture, video, installation, and a wide range of prints using all kinds of techniques and materials.
March 1–April 10, 2017
Beard & Weil Galleries, Watson Fine Arts
Gallery Opening & Reception
Thursday, March 2, 5:30-8:00pm
Haas Concourse & Lobby, Watson Fine Arts
I'm very excited to have work in the upcoming Satellite Art Show in Miami via Dopplegänger Projects; curated by Sara Salamone and Jennifer Simmons. The exhibition, Invocations, is a collaborative group installation and exhibition featuring work by Janine Biunno, Ida Gavois, Alison Nguyen, Laura Splan, & Cave Collective. With the overarching concept of the evolution of language and rituals via deconstruction, Invocations delves into the deconstruction of forms and movement to cultivate new meaning and space.
The Satellite Art Show will take place between December 1 - 4 at The Parisian Hotel (Next Door to the Aqua Art Fair) at 1510 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL.
You can see a selection of my zines on display at the Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA as part of a book arts and zine show organized by Sarah Hulsey in collaboration with Liber Mundi. On view: October 19 - November 19, 2016.
Also—if you are in the Bay Area, my Post No Bills zine will be on view at the San Francisco Public Library for another Liber Mundi related event organized by Katherine Pulido. Gallery talk on Thursday, October 27 from 6-7:30pm in the Skylight Gallery of the Main Library at 100 Larkin St.
APRIL - MAY 2016
I will be participating in Greenpoint Open Studios this year, from April 30 (Saturday) to May 1 (Sunday) at 255 Calyer St, third floor, 8A.
I was invited to participate in Liber Mundi, a series of artist book and zine exhibitions featuring 14 artists located in various locations around the globe. Liber Mundi explores the act of discovery found in transmission of information via the contemporary book form, artist books, and zines. The project was organized by J. Pascoe, and the first stop on the tour is at Temple University's Samuel L. Paley Library. Artist talk at 4pm on Friday, April 15.
a short write up on Each Ellipse Includes a Point at Transmitter, courtesy of Art Collector. Read it here.
AUGUST - SEPTEMBER 2015
Alongside Emmy Mikelson and Parsley Steinweiss, my work will be exhibited at Transmitter Gallery in Bushwick in an exhibition curated by Sara Jones: EACH ELLIPSE INCLUDES A POINT. The work in this exhibition deals with transitions, boundaries, and voids; drawing attention to the liminal spaces in-between reality and illusion, as a means to destabilize the perception of physical space, digital representation, and architecture. Both materially and conceptually, the three artists in this show are engaged with questions of synthetic imitation, copying, reproduction, subjectivity, perception, physical relationships and the after-image.
The opening reception is on Friday, August 14 (from 6-9pm) and the exhibit runs through September 13. The gallery is located at 1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2A, Brooklyn, NY 11237
I will have a piece in Green Hot Plot at The House@842. This show will be held on the 22nd of August from 1pm till 7pm and is located off the Halsey J line at 842 Macon Street.
My work is being included in Sixty Minutes, an exhibition curated by Courtney Childress at Vanity Projects in Miami and New York. Childress asked each of the 60 artists involved to supply one minute of stationary video of a two dimensional work, resulting in an hour of content that which will run continuously. The exhibit runs throughout July and August at Vanity Projects in Miami and September-October in their New York City location (99 Chrystie Street 2F.)
I have a piece in Exchange Rates that is up at Brooklyn Fireproof (119 Ingraham St., Bushwick). The show is part of a larger multi-gallery event taking place over the weekend. Closing party at Brooklyn Fireproof, 6-10pm on Sunday, Oct. 26.
I will be participating in Bushwick Open Studios again this upcoming Saturday and Sunday, (May 31-June1), at 17-17 Troutman Street, room 216.
I will be participating in Bushwick Open Studios this upcoming Saturday, June 1, at 17-17 Troutman Street, room 216.
My installation Boundaries, Edges + Voids will be featured in this year's Wheaton Biennial: Drawing out of Bounds at Wheaton College in MA, curated by Judith Tannenbaum, curator of contemporary art a the RISD Museum of Art. Open from February 27 through April 13, 2013. Opening & Reception February 27 at 6 p.m.
My exhibition HOW THINGS STAND (form and the possibility of structure) will be up at ACRE Projects in Chicago from May 17-22. Opening reception Sunday evening, May 20, 4-8pm. [1913 w17th Street, Pilsen]
Storefront for Art and Architecture will host CLOG and Bjarke Ingels in a Collective Interrogation on October 7, 2011, at 7 PM in order to foster an open cross examination of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)’s work. Following a brief discussion of CLOG: BIG, a selection of questions and their interrogators will personally (or virtually) ask Bjarke Ingels previously selected questions. Please join--
I will be a resident at ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) in Steuben, WI in July.
My work will be exhibited at the Southern Graphics Council annual conference in March of this year at Washington University in St. Louis as part of the exchange "Parallel Synchronized Randomness" organized by Louise Krampien
Studio Visit Magazine [Volume 12] now available--
Opening reception for New Prints 2010/Spring at IPCNY is on Thursday, May 27th, 2010. A reception for participating artists and IPCNY members will begin at 5:00pm, with the public opening from 6:00—8:00pm. 508 West 26th Street (at 10th), Room 5-A.
A Structural Configuration #1 was selected to be part of New Prints 2010/Spring: Selected by Philip Pearlstein. The show opens at the International Print Center of New York on May 18th and runs through June 17th, 2010.
I was selected to be one of the artists featured in Studio Visit Magazine [Volume 12]. It is published by Open Studios Press, and will be out this summer.
I am currently exhibiting with PrimoPiano Living Gallery in Lecce, Italy as a part of the show "Anima Mundi" through December 2009.
EMAIL CHANGE: in case anyone had difficulty, my email address is no longer email@example.com, but firstname.lastname@example.org instead. Sorry for any confusion--
I will be in Belgium as an artist in residence at the Frans Masareel Centrum in Kasterlee during June 2009.
My series "Towards a New Iconography" will be exhibited in conjunction with the Southern Graphics Council Conference in Chicago at the Mooney Foundation for the duration of the conference.