Here are some more videos from my contribution to the InLight festival in Richmond, VA. Both relate to the history of Tredegar, a former iron works & civil war battle site.
Note- the background sounds are from different artist installations. For more of my video work, check out my vimeo channel.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
This was one of my video installations at the InLight festival in Richmond, VA. Recollections at Tredegar #1 explored the site's history as a canon manufacturer for the Confederacy during the Civil War. The videos were projected onto the brick ruins of Tredegar Iron Works, which is now a historical landmark & museum. (note- the background sounds are from a separate artist installation). For more of my video work, check out my vimeo channel.
I'll be showing some new paintings & video work in studio 616, at the Hunter MFA open studios. Below is all the info, hope to see you there.
Friday, November 18th: 6-10 PM
Saturday, November 19th: 2-6 PM
Hunter College MFA Building (studio 616)
450 West 41st Street (between 9th and 10th Aves.)
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
This Friday evening is the opening reception for “Remix: Selections from the International Collage Center (ICC)”, co-curated by Pavel Zoubok & Rachael Lawe. The show starts off at Bucknell’s Samek Art Gallery, and will travel to various university museums and galleries. It's an amazing survey of collage work, and i'm really thrilled to be a part of it.
Friday, September 23, 2011
Very happy to be participating in the upcoming InLight exhibition, at the American Civil War Center at Tredegar Iron Works, in Richmond, VA on October 21st. This is the 4th annual InLight festival organized by 1708 gallery, this year's guest judge was Matthew Lyons, curator at The Kitchen. I'll be projecting videos onto old ruins and structures at Tredegar, which was an iron works during the civil war. I'm creating the videos specifically for this exhibition, referencing the civil war and history of the site. Stay tuned for more info.
Sunday, May 15, 2011
I'm very happy to be starting the BRIC media arts fellowship this summer. BRIC is a Brooklyn non-profit art and culture organization which runs exhibits, concerts, and operates several Brooklyn based cable channels. The media arts fellowship provides training, equipment, and facility access, with the goal of creating video artworks to be run on their cable tv channels. I'll be posting more about my project with BRIC in the future.