These are images and descriptions of work I have currently available in my studio, along with updates on my teaching and radio adventures from time to time.
April 15, 2009
So this work is about to go out to the Art Biologic in a few days. I love this piece. If you are near Hudson, NY, check it out.
Also - May 4th (7-9pm) I will be participating at the WAM Chatter event in Minneapolis at the Wiseman Art Museum.
WAM Chatter, which will be addressing Eduardo's exhibition of his transgenic petunia. The WAM Chatter event associated with this exhibition is scheduled for Monday May 4, 7-9 PM.
WAM Chatter is a new monthly Weisman program that features speakers in the Pecha Kucha format. Pecha Kucha nights were started by architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham in Tokyo as a means for architects and designers to show their work informally in public. The form has spread virally and is now seen in over 150 cities as far flung as London, Boston, Tokyo, Budapest, Oslo, Reyjavik, Dubai, Amsterdam, Seoul, and Kuwait City. The rules to Pecha Kucha are simple: each presenter shows 20 images for 20 seconds a piece. This keeps presentations concise, the interest level up, and gives more people the chance to show. WAM is employing the format as a means to provocatively present ideas and spark lively discussion on topics culled from and/or inspired by our exhibitions. Each evening is set up by an exhibition-related question. May's question is as follows:
Is it right for artists to manipulate life? Diane Willow and Neil Olszewski (the eplant scientist who worked with Eduardo) have agreed to present. Jeff Kahn, director of the Center for Bioethics, will moderate."
One more thing - keep your eye out for my and Ben Reed's show coming up this August at Gallery 13 (downtown Minneapolis). Opening August 7th