This Chicago Artist Transforms Scraps Into Dramatic 3D Pieces
I'm grateful to have my work featured online and in print through the writing of Lisa Bingham Dewart and the photography of Frank Ishman for Luxe Interiors and Designs.
In March of 2022, I co-curated LifeLinien with Debra Kayes at SCOTTY in Berlin. The exhibition featured works by Carris Adams, Yesenia Bello, Knut Eckstein, Óscar González Díaz, Unyimeabasi Udoh, and Nicole Wendel.
Episode 776: Teresa Silva, Holly Cahill, and Tiger Strikes Asteroid
It was wonderful to have the opportunity to talk about the 46 member exhibition, It feels like the first time, I exhibited work in and co-curated with Teresa Silva at Mana Contemporary in Chicago through this conversation with Duncan MacKenzie and Jesse Malmed from Bad at Sports.
Member Interview Series / Spudnik Press Cooperative
It was a pleasure to be interviewed by Samantha Foster from Spudnik Press Cooperative as part of the Press's series highlighting their members.
Tiger Strikes Asteroid: It feels like the first time
It has been a joy to exhibit work in and co-curate, Tiger Strikes Asteroid: It feels like the first time, with the incredible Teresa Silva. The exhibition is the first-ever, largest, and most comprehensive survey show that brings together the exhibition’s namesake network of artist-run spaces in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Greenville, SC.
Distant Neighbors at Eckert Art Gallery
It's great to be part of Distant Neighbors. This exhibition celebrates the idea that meaningful conversations and creative communities can thrive between artists in far-flung places. Tiger Strikes Asteroid (TSA) is a network of independently operated, artist-run exhibition spaces with locations in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Greenville, SC. Their goal is to collectively bring people together, expand connections and create community through artist-initiated exhibitions, projects, and curatorial opportunities.
Distant Neighbors includes paintings by Carl Baratta, Mark Brosseau and Sun You, photographs by Yael Eban, collages by Holly Cahill and Kara Mshinda, sculptures by Alexis Granwell and Sun You, and video by Rachel de Cuba.
Artforum Must See
I'm truly honored to have my solo exhibition, Sliver, at 65GRAND featured in the Must See section on Artforum's website.
I'm thrilled to share a link to my solo exhibition, Sliver, at 65GRAND which occurred from January 8th to February 13th, 2021.
Goldfinch Flatfiles Program
I'm honored to be included in Goldfinch's Flatfiles Program along with so many stellar artists in the community.
Inter-Flux at Epiphany Center for the Arts
I'm very excited to have had the opportunity to exhibit work alongside Mayumi Lake in a two-person exhibition entitled Inter-Flux at the new Epiphany Center for the Arts in Chicago's West Loop. The exhibition opened on November 6 and was up until February 14, 2021.
ART-IN-PLACE is a collaboration between CNL Projects and Terrain Exhibitions that invites artists to exhibit an original work of art outside their home or from a window visible to the public between May 20- August 23, 2020. This collective action provides artists and community members in Chicagoland neighborhoods (and beyond) with a sense of hope and connectivity through the experience of public art during an unprecedented moment of isolation.
scry til you know why
I'm thrilled to have work included in scry til you know why curated by Meg T. Noe at the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, which features my work alongside works by Sarah and Joseph Belknap, KT Duffy, Jacquelyn Carmen Guerrero, Max Guy, Hyun Jung Jun, Jessica Labatte, and Danielle Rosen. The exhibition came about through a partnership with the Chicago Artists Coalition and represents the ninth exhibition of their joint Curatorial Fellowship program.
In the mud and slush of opinion and tradition, the body becomes landscape and I become a transparent eyeball
In the mud and slush of opinion and tradition, the body becomes landscape and I become a transparent eyeball was a two-person exhibition featuring work of my own alongside the work of Kushala Vora, curated by Alexis Brocchi at the Chicago Artists Coalition.
I'm pleased to have presented work in this exhibition, Survey 1, which included all the Hatch Artists In Residence at the Chicago Artists Coalition and was curated by Alexis Brocchi, Elliot J. Reichert, and Jeff Robinson.
Alternative Space: a simulated art fair
Alternative Space is a simulated art fair named after the book Alternative Spaces written by art historian and MCA Curator Lynne Warren in 1984. Warren defines alternative space as “a nonprofit or noncommercial organization originated by and for artists (and assuring them a primary role in policy development and programming) that primarily shows Chicago-area artist and has had a fixed location, and operated on a continuous basis.” I'm pleased to have exhibited work as a member of Tiger Strikes Asteroid.
Comp Magazine Interview
It was a pleasure to work on this interview with Comp Magazine.
Hatch Projects Resident 2018-2019
I'm honored to have been a Hatch Resident at the Chicago Artists Coalition.
Rebuilding the Present
Rebuilding the Present is an exhibition I curated at Weinberg/Newton Gallery featuring the works of Leslie Baum, Meredith Haggerty, Cameron Harvey, Susan Hiller, David Lynch, Stan Shellabarger, and Rhonda Wheatley.
Presented in partnership with the David Lynch Foundation, Rebuilding the Present brings together artists whose works engage a spectrum of meditative practices. The paintings, objects, audio works, and performance documentation on view suggest that meditation can function as a tool of not only self-care but of social justice writ large, offering practitioners a sense of agency to cope in the ever-growing chaos of our world.
Spudnik Press Cooperative
I was a 2018 artist in residence during the month of June at Spudnik Press Cooperative.
Tiger Strikes Asteroid
Tiger Strikes Asteroid, of which I am a member, is a network of artist-run spaces that have locations in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Greenville, and Chicago. We seek to further empower the artist's role beyond that of studio practitioner to include the roles of curator, critic, and community developer; and to act as an alternate model to the conventions of the current commercial art market.
Waterworld was a group exhibition at Columbia College's Glass Curtain Gallery I co-curated with Zachary Cahill, which included the works of Leslie Baum, Drexciya, Julie Marie Lemon, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Mohau Modisakeng, David Nasca, and Allan Sekula.
Satellite Art Show
Body Switchers is a booth I curated at Satellite Art Show for Tiger Strikes Asteroid, which exhibited the works of five Chicago based artists: Michael C. Andrews, Helen Maurene Cooper, Meg Duguid, Kelly Kaczynski and Jeroen Nelemans from Dec. 7-10th, 2017.
Group exhibition at Demo Project in Springfield, IL curated by Teresa Silva.
Sashay With and Without History
Sashay With and Without History is an exhibition I co-curated with Zachary Cahill at Tiger Strikes Asteroid Chicago, which featured the work of Sara Black and Amber Ginsburg, Pierre Huyghe, Nabiha Khan-Giordano, Matt Morris, and Silke Otto-Knapp.
Exhibition of Tiger Strikes Asteroid artists at Pennsylvania State University, Woskob Family Gallery curated by Michelle Wasson, Carl Baratta ad Rachael Gorchov
In this piece, I discuss my work with Kate Sierzputowski and Ashleigh Dye from Inside\Within.
University of Chicago, Logan Center for the Arts exhibition curated by Monika Szewczyk
The Desires of Art
review by Lori Waxman of Szalon