Things have been crazy busy. Which is why I haven't updated this in, oh, yikes, 5 months...
It was a good summer - a 10-day visit by parental units :) followed by a month-long residency on a lake in the Austrian Alps at the amazing SoART residency in June/ July.
Then a road trip across Iceland (this for fun, not work). In August, another residency at PACT Zollverein in Essen, where I was working on a new performance for the upcoming IMPACT symposium I'm doing in October (with Walid Ra'ad and Kris Verdonck - more on this in a separate post later).
At the moment I'm in Herford, Germany - a town that google streetview vans have yet to visit - where I just finished installing and making a new piece for a show at MARTa Herford Museum - working with 6m-long reclaimed wooden planks - which had apparently been sitting outside somewhere for some 50 years (or so they tell me) so they are beautifully weathered and pliable - and a bunch of found objects and materials collected around the museum and from a local recycling yard.
The show opens on Friday - will put some concrete details up tomorrow and some proper documentation. In the meantime, here's a pic of the new work. :)
My show, titled "Fault Lands", opens today at annex14 in Zurich. The vernissage is 6-8 at 245 Hardstrasse, opposite the Schiffbau.
Hugely excited about this new body of work!
Here's a quick shot - will post proper documentation to the Projects section in the next couple of days.
This is the image we used for the card for my show, titled "Fault Lands", opening 26 April at annex14 in Zurich.
The image is from some work in progress I did in Chicago in February, during my residency at the Hyde Park Art Center.
LOTS going on. I've been working like crazy... In Zurich at the moment installing a show - will post some in-progress shots later.
These are things currently happening, or coming up in the next couple of weeks. After mid-May, I will sleep.
Booths of Rachel Uffner Gallery (NYC) and annex14 (Zurich)
Booth of Zak|Branicka Gallery (Berlin)
annex14, my gallery in Switzerland, is moving from Bern to Zurich. My show will be the inaugural show in the new space.
Installing now and very excited about this new body of work.
27 April - 1 June
Vernissage 26 April at 6pm
annex14, Hardstrasse 245, Zurich
"The Peak of the Iceberg"
7 May - 14 June
Trapez Gallery, Budapest
Curated by Hajnalka Somogy
Launching 26 April at www.artplus.com
Collage group show
Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris
6 April - 25 May
"Sweet Bitter Symphony"
8 March - 26 May
Curated by Stephanie Böttcher
"Zero Point of Meaning"
Camera Austria, Graz
8 March - 26 May
Curated by Sandra Križić Roban and Ivana Hanaček
Just back from Düsseldorf, installing some works in a really strong show titled 'The Time Deferred' at Sies + Höke Gallery, curated by the smart and lovely Gesine Borcherdt. In addition to some existing works, I made a new piece, Shelf Life, to be added to the projects sections shortly...
Here are links and further info about this one and other current and upcoming shows I'm in:
The Time Deferred (group show)
Sies + Höke Gallery. Düsseldorf, Germany.
Curated by Gesine Borcherdt. (22 Feb – 8 April)
Door to Door (site-specific installation)
6018NORTH. Chicago, IL.
Curated by Tricia van Eck. Part of IN>TIME 13 festival. Curated by Mark Jeffery. (9 Feb – ongoing)
• Critic's Pick in Time Out Chicago
Two Lines of Life, or: Why a rabbit likes weeds (group show)
La Criée centre d’art contemporain. Rennes, France.
Curated by Zorana Djakovic and Mia David. (18 Jan – 10 March)
Opening in 2 weeks:
Sweet Bitter Symphony (group show)
Kunstlerhaus Bremen. Bremen, Germany.
Curated by Stephanie Böttcher. (8 March – 26 May)
Zero Point Meaning (group show)
Camera Austria. Graz, Austria.
Curated by Sandra Križić Roban and Ivana Hanaček. (8 March - 26 May)
Tomorrow I'm talking about my work at the Flex Space / Sullivan Galleries at the School of the Art Institute. Details on the flyer below.
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