Fortunate Isles: Landings has been selected for the Off The Wall video art screening series, curated by Arts + Literature Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin. 41 works were chosen out of nearly 300 entries, submitted from six continents. It will be included with nine other films on Saturday, August 5, 2017 at Arts + Literature Laboratory, 2021 Winnebago St., Madison, WI 53704.
Floating Archives has been selected for the 2017 Animation Block Party in Brooklyn, NY. It will be part of the Narrative Works, Studio Shorts, and Local Films program playing from 2 – 4:30 PM.
I will be a Visual Arts fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown in 2017-2018.
Fortunate Isles: Landings will be included in the RENCONTRES INTERNATIONALES PARIS/BERLIN NEW CINEMA AND CONTEMPORARY ART.
Fortunate Isles: Landings has been shortlisted for the anthropoScene Film Competition. The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects in partnership with the National Museum of Australia and LA+ Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture, invited the submission of 3–4 minute short films on the general subject of the new epoch of the Anthropocene. The 8 shortlisted films were selected over 140 international entries by the judges for public screening at the Not In My Backyard Outdoor Screening at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra on 28 October 2016.
flats and wagons will be included in the Rush Process of Handcrafted Animation at the Aurora Picture Show in Houston on August 27th, 2016, as part of a special program curated by Philadelphia-based animation collective OOF and featuring contemporary animated short films.
More information here.
Strange Landscapes at the Arlington Arts Center was reviewed by Vice’s The Creators Project and Andrew Nunes.
11 Artists Give Landscape a Much-Needed Makeover
Strange Landscapes at the Arlington Arts Center was reviewed in the Washington City Paper by Erin Devine.
Landscape Art Is Pushed to New Limits in Arlington Arts Center’s ‘Strange Landscapes’
Fortunate Isles: Landings will be included in the exhibition Strange Landscapes at the Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA. The exhibition approaches landscape as a topic, a historical legacy, a lens for exploring our relationship with nature, and a foundation for imagining alternative ways of being. Featuring painting,drawing, installation, video, sculpture, and performance, the exhibition highlights artists whose work both draws on and challenges traditional artistic approaches to the natural and built environments.
Artists: Matthew Colaizzo | Edgar Endress | Ryan Hoover | Ariel Jackson | Katarina Jerinic | Matthew Mann | Jaimes Mayhew | Alejandro Pintado | Jacob Rivkin | Margarita Sánchez Urdaneta | Kate Stewart
‘Strange Landscapes’ is co-curated by Karyn Miller and Blair Murphy.
Opening reception June 25th, 6PM – 9PM
June 25th – October 2nd
New animation and sculpture will be included in the exhibition Drop Ceiling at Space 1026 in Philadelphia, PA. I’ll be showing work with Joshua Zerangue.
April 1st – April 30th
Opening reception: Friday April 1st, 6:00 pm—8:30 pm
1026 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Keep the wind on your right cheek will be included in the exhibition Altered Beings at the Chemical Heritage Foundation Museum.
September 18th – September 21st
Chemical Heritage Foundation Museum
315 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
The animation flats and wagons is included in the show WISH YOU WERE HERE, curated by Sarah Klein, at the Peephole Cinema in San Francisco. Peephole Cinema is open and available to the public 24/7 through a dime-sized peephole installed in a public location.
November 2, 2015 – December 13, 2015
280 Orange Alley (off of Valencia and 26th)
San Francisco, CA
The animation flats and wagons will be included in the screening Invisible Ink, curated by the OOF Collective
Gershman Y / Levitt Auditorium
401 S. Broad St. (Corner of Broad & Pine) Philadelphia, PA 19102
Saturday, October 24th
Hosted by University of the Arts Animation Department
More information at OOF Collective