I am pleased to be participating in the RISD Faculty Biennial, held at the RISD Museum, this February to March.
I will be participating in the Collective21: More Human panel discussion happening this Wednesday at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery. The panel discussion is hosted by Art Technology New England.
Collision21: More Human will be at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery September 13-October 26, 2014. This is a group show dealing with two closely-related concepts: human self-modification and the human modification of our environment. Formed by artists and technologists, the COLLISIONcollective is premised on the sometimes abrupt intersection between art and technology.
Artists Include: Matt Brand, Ben Bray, Alicia Eggert, Joseph Farbrook, Antony Flackett, Rob Gonsalves, Hwayong Jung, Gloria King Merritt, Georgina Lewis, Robin Lohrey, Mark Millstein, Nick Monfort, Andrew Neumann, Sarah Rushford, Fito Segrera, John Slepian, Sophia Sobers. Download the More Human catalog here (pdf).
I am pleased be participating in tttrip, a 3 person show at GRIN Gallery in Providence, RI.
A trip is a form of disconnection and an experience of time. Whether referring to the tripping of a circuit or a ride in an airplane, a trip brings about a drastic change to the subject and it’s surroundings. The work in tttrip explores the various aspects of the word through visual, physical, conceptual experiences.
Artists: Garrett Gould, Claudia O’Steen, and Sophia Sobers
I just completed my first public art project in Providence, RI.
Titled: “I Dream, Therefore I Am”, this piece was created in reaction to the local brown sites (toxic soil) in the area. This project was realized with help from the 195 Redevelopment Commission and will be on display for one year.
I will be exhibiting work as part of (e)merge Art Fair in Washington, DC. The fair will be up from October 3rd-6th. I will be exhibiting a variation of my one of my latests works, Experiment #11.
I will be exhibiting new work utilizing diabetic needles as part of Carrefour: Intersections of Biomedical Research and Art in Sol Koffler, Providence, RI. The opening is June 21st.
I will be participating as part of the Figment Festival in Governors Island. My work will be located in Nolan Park.
I will be part of a panel discussion for “New Work in Digital + Media Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design” at Worcester Polytechnic Institute on November 3rd.
My project, Breathing Column, will be up and operational for Pixilerations in Providence, RI.
PIXILERATIONS [v.9] opens on Thursday, October 11th with groundbreaking multimedia installations, performances and film/video screenings which investigate the state of new media arts.
Now in its ninth year, PIXILERATIONS will feature cutting-edge artists from Taiwan and leading digital media artists working in Southern New England in a rare opportunity to view artwork that incorporates technology, interactive games, robotics, and virtual environments.
Pixilerations is produced by FirstWorks through a long-standing collaboration with the Rhode Island School of Design: Center for Student Involvement and Digital Media (D+M) Department and with Brown University: MEME (Multimedia & Electronic Music Experiments) program, Visual Arts Department and Creative Arts Council. Additional support from Taipei Cultural Center of TECO in New York and Providence College.
I am presenting a small installation in the Reception Room at Index Art Center, Newark, NJ for Newark Open Doors. October 5th – 7th.
My work is being displayed with fellow Digital + Media students in Older than Bambi, RISD Digital + Media Biennial, at Sol Koffler Gallery in Providence, RI. The exhibit will be open until end of March.
Older Than Bambi brings together the diverse creative practices of the RISD Digital + Media MFA classes of 2012 and 2013. While there is no single theme that links this collection of works, which ranges across media, disciplines and scales, certain preoccupations emerge.
I will be participating in a collaborative performance with Christopher Funkhouser and Amy Hufnagel at Interrupt II, Brown University, Providence, RI – February 11th.
My work will be part of Raw Substance, curated by Jacqueline Cruz, at Art Kitchen in Newark, NJ.
Opening Reception: Friday, October 21st, 7-10 PM, during the Newark Open Doors Gallery Crawl
Raw Substance is a group exhibition consisting of artists who explore “non-traditional” materials through alternative processes. This exhibition takes a closer look at raw materials such as organics, resin, encaustics, textiles, handmade biodegradable paper to light photography. Furthermore, this exhibition focuses on artists who continually investigate and push the boundaries of medium specificity. At times these materials require labor-intensive techniques that can be unfortunately lost in visual translation when exhibited through a subjective or thematic trajectory. Preservation and sustainability have also become of a greater challenge for artists and conservators alike. Raw Substance highlights artists who consider the effects of time, perishability and deteriorating effects as an important criterion of their artistic expression.
Love/Hate is currently being exhibited on #FFFFFF Space, an internet-based exhibition forum curated by Polina Teif and Shannon Garden-Smith. The name, #FFFFFFspace, is derived from the html code that designates the colour white and is thus an abbreviated form of “white space” signalling its reconstitution of the physically manifest exhibition space of the “white cube”. While the platform acknowledges its curatorial antecedent of the real-space gallery, it is not a simple transference of the modes of presentation employed therein.