The photograph that was featured in last months' Thieves Editors' Sequence Project is part of November's sequence. Photographer Marija Stragnic responded to the image. View it here.
I have been featured as part of the Thieves Editors' Sequence Project, in tandem with photographer Nyncke Ernst. You can view the pair here.
I've shared further information regarding the OPENSIGNAL Festival at Brown University last May on the blog here.
A track of mine, red-painted right hand of god, is included on a YDLMIER cassette compilation. YDLMIER is a label that releases tapes from New England experimental musicians. The release event is today at WSAC in Somerville, MA from 2-11pm. More information about the event can be found here. (Once again. apologies for posting information about this so last minute.)
An interview and feature has been published in the Wilderness House Literary Review. It can be viewed here.
I have been awarded Director's Choice for my photographs in the national juried show In Camera 2. The exhibit, as mentioned previously, is open until August 1st. See previous post for links and details.
Five of my photographs are included in the national juried show In Camera 2. It is hosted at Artwell Gallery in Torrington, Connecticut, and runs from July 11th-August 1st. The opening is this Friday, July 11th. Information about the exhibition and opening can be found here.
A 30 minute piece of mine, entitled Somerset Repeater, is part of an installation at Galerie Area in Paris, France. The installation runs from 4pm today to 4pm tomorrow, the 22nd. It is curated by the record label Tsuku Boshi. Details can be found here. I wish so badly that I could be there for it!
Two photographs of mine are part of the Somerville Toy Camera Festival. One photograph is hanging at the Nave Annex in Davis Square, and another at the Washington Street Art Center. The festival has an additional location at Brickbottom, and runs through the month of June.
I've composed a piece that will be part of a collaborative sound installation for OPENSIGNAL Festival at Brown University this coming weekend. The festival begins on Friday the 16th at 7pm, and Saturday at 1pm. The festival includes the installation, live performances, record sales and swaps, and artist talks. Information about the festival can be found here.
Chaotic Forms, the exhibit of photography that I've curated, opens tonight from 6-9pm with a performance by KAIROS Dance Theater, and a one-night-only film screening of short films Choros by Michael Langan & Terah Maher, Histoire (premiere) by Susu Laroche, and Ga Ni Tha (premiere) by Marcella Ernest & Keli Mashburn. The exhibit will run until the 30th of the month. Please see more details on the event page here.
Chaotic Forms features incredible photography by Ellen Rogers, Susu Laroche, Alison Scarpulla, Aela Labbe, Rebecca Cairns, Brett Henrikson, Robert Seto, Anna Marcell, Costanza Gianquito, Russell DuPont, Courtney Brooke Hall and I.
An evening of performance will be featured on the 29th that will include local solo dancers improving to local solo experimental musicians. Dancers Alissa Cardone, DeAnna Pellecchia, Jennifer Hicks, Sara June, Callie Chapman and Angie Conte will be accompanied by musicians Sam Ou, Max Lord, Christopher R.N. and more TBA. Check out the event page here.
I have been awarded a Multi-disciplinary Artist Fellowship Grant by the Somerville Arts Council. I am so honored to receive it, and to be supported by a city filled to the brim with artists, writers and musicians. The full list of awards can be viewed here.
Only one more week to submit work to Chaotic Forms, the exhibit that I'm curating for the Nave Gallery in Somerville, Massachusetts. Please consider submitting! I would love to see your work. Thank you!
I performed on January 10th at Washington Street Arts Center in Somerville, Massachusetts. A friend kindly recorded it for me. You can view the video here, and the audio here. I promise that next time, I'll actually alert you before the show.
I am curating an exhibit called 'Chaotic Forms', which will be an experimental study of dance through photography, film and writing. Please spread the word, and consider submitting your own work. To read the details, visit the official 'call for entries' here. Thank you!
One of my photographs is a part of an exhibit at Melting Sky Gallery in Portland, Oregon, opening on First Thursday. The show is called Cosmic Gossamer, and full details can be found here. It looks to be a lovely show, both in theme and content.
I am having a solo exhibit of my work at Melting Sky Gallery in Portland, Oregon tonight at 6pm, as part of Portland's First Thursday gallery walk. The show is entitled 'Death Chants', and will feature work from a number of previously published series' as well as new unpublished work. More info about the event can be found here. A closing event will occur on Friday, August 9th at 6pm.
Three of my photographs are a part of a show at the Nave Gallery Annex in Somerville, Massachusetts called "Phantomaton". The organizers describe it as such:
"'Phantomaton', a play off of 'phantom' and 'automaton', explores the world of man and creation through the influences of alchemy to biotechnology and whatever lies in between."
The opening reception for the exhibit is tonight, and will continue through to the 28th of July.
I have a feature on Shootingfilm.net as a part of their series "5 Things I Love About Film". You can view it here.
I have a series feature and interview on the online magazine 180. You can view it here.
Variations on sound and illness, a zine that I have made that includes my photography paired with poetry by F. G. Cluthe, is now finished and available. For more information, visit my blog here.
One of my prints from the "New Myths" series will be a part of the exhibit "DARK//LIGHT illuminations from the crystal cave" in Portland, Oregon at the grand opening of Melting Sky Gallery on Thursday, April 4th. Exhibition organizers describe it as,
"A group show that investigates and celebrates the transformational power of embracing darkness. Through cave inspired imagery (terrestrial/metaphysical/metaphorical/totem/internal/external) we explore the relationship between dark and light, ever evolving into each other in a timeless cycle."
It will begin at 6pm at Melting Sky Gallery, 328 NW Broadway, Portland, OR
For further information, go here.
I am selling off a great number of prints, both reproductions and originals, in order to raise money for a film project. I would appreciate it so much if you were kind enough to visit here to view what is available. Thank you.
I've been featured on the FASHION156 blog here.
My album Keue Yeo, released under my musical moniker Teeth Like Operas, is now finished and available for purchase. Please visit the Teeth Like Operas page for more details.
I am honored once again to have two of my photographs selected to be a part of the Kiernan Gallery's exhibit Between Dusk and Dawn juried by Brie Castell, owner and curator of Castell Gallery in Asheville, North Carolina. Between Dusk and Dawn will be on exhibit from May 8th-June 2nd 2012. One of my photographs will be on display in the Kiernan Gallery, and another will be featured exclusively on their website. View both of their selections here.
I am honored to have had two of my photographs selected to be part of Both Sides of the Lens: Self-Portraiture, a juried show at the Kiernan Gallery in Lexington, Virginia. One of my photographs will be featured in the gallery's exhibit which will run from April 10th-May 6th 2012, and another is currently featured in the show's online gallery. To learn more about the exhibit, and to view all selections in their online gallery, visit the Kiernan Gallery website.
I have a website! What a relief to unburden my artist cards from cumbersome URLs. Thank you for visiting me here.
I am currently preparing a limited run tape release under my musical moniker, Teeth Like Operas. Mastering is underway, as well as the packaging, which I am making by hand, and which will include hand-sewn leather cases & a small collection of photographs and/or multi-media artwork. It will be available in the Spring.
I have a feature on the dinosaurcity blog in February here.