matter-of-fact explores the intersection of the collaborators’ individual studio practices through the concept of collage. This method of working offered Lee and Nash the opportunity to play with and navigate the potential of digital video as a way to bring together expressions of their respective and overlapping interests and ideas. The resulting experimental encounters and gestures manifest a conversation, and the works embody a practice of interactions and contributions that bring together bits and pieces: elements, views, influences, inspirations, and interpretations, of the surrounding landscape and of direct and mediated experiences of the material and immaterial world.
During the summer of 2020, the Re Institute in Millerton, New York, opened a wonderful outdoor exhibition of artworks, each installed in the ground and viewable in the dark. I am very happy that my work is a part of it.
My short essay, “Interpreting natural structures and systems through visual traces,” about the relationship of math to my art, was published in a special edition of the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, available for free online through 2020.
Recently I was interviewed by Art Spiel for part of its series, “Artists on Coping.” Along with some images of recent works, the piece gives a snapshot of what I’ve been thinking and feeling since COVID-19 transformed the world and all of our lives.
My drawing Eagle Street 2 (ink on vellum, 10.5 x 9 inches) will be part of the benefit for the Institute for Public Architecture, on Thursday, May 23, 2019, 6:30–10PM. Address: Jack Studios, 601 West 26th St., 12th floor, in Manhattan. Come to a great space with amazing views, for a great cause! Tickets are $50 per person; $25 for young professionals and students. Free-flowing libations and light fare included. Tickets can be purchased here.
My studio is full of recent works and some works in process and will be open to visitors Saturday June 8 and Sunday June 9, 12–6 pm, during Greenpoint Open Studios. Address: 253 Greenpoint Avenue, #4A, Brooklyn, NY 11222 If the GOS weekend is not convenient, please feel free to contact me to visit at another time.
I was honored to once again participate in the “Among Friends” project, with this 9×7-inch work on paper, Egg Moon, made with watercolor, gouache, and tinto (an ink I made by soaking some wood I collected in Mexico, 3 years ago). It is available for $250, with 10% of all sales donated to the Lower East Side Girls Club.
During the summer of 2018 and continuing into 2019, my drawing Hover is part of the “Infinite Potentials” SciArt Center exhibition at ArtCell (Cambridge, U.K.) and New York Hall of Science (New York City), in collaboration with the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute. The Cambridge edition of the show was on view June 14–July 14, 2018.
The exhibition at the New York Hall of Science is on view from September 8, 2018, through January 22, 2019.
Mid-show reception: Saturday, October 20, 2018, 2–4 pm
Address: 47-01 111th Street, Corona, New York 11368
Visitor info: https://nysci.org/visit/
The opening reception for the exhibition “Found Object” is Friday, January 4, 2019, 6–8 pm. There will be an artist talk on Sunday, January 27, at 4 pm.
I was the artist-in-residence at ODETTA from December 20 through January 1, creating site-specific drawing installations in various locations in the gallery and in its flat files, all responding to particular features of the space.
Please let me know if you would like to meet at the gallery for a personal tour of my works, which will be demolished following the exhibition.
ODETTA, 231 Cook Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206 Opening reception: January 4, 2019, 6–8 pm On view: January 4–27, 2019 Gallery hours: Friday–Sunday 1–6 pm and by appointment www.odettagallery.com
Thirteen recent paintings will be featured in “Adaptations to Extremes,” an exhibition inspired by the research of Dr. Joan Bernhard, from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, and her colleagues, in their study of foraminifera that thrive without oxygen in the Pacific Ocean near Santa Barbara, California.
Courthouse Gallery, Lake George Arts Project, 1 Amherst Street, Lake George, NY 12845 Opening reception: January 19, 2019, 4–6 pm On view: January 19–February 22, 2019 Gallery hours: Tuesday–Friday 12–5 pm, Saturday 12–4 pm, and by appointment www.lakegeorgearts.org
Panel discussion: Sunday, January 20, 2019, 3 pm Bolton Historical Museum, Bolton Landing, NY 12814 I will join other participating artists, curator Laura Von Rosk, and scientists Joan Bernhard and Sam Bowser, with writer Michael Coffey serving as moderator, to discuss the importance of Bernhard’s research, as well as the challenges and insights resulting from this year-long art/science dialogue, and our endeavors in artistic creations and interdisciplinary connections.