Presentation given at the symposium Artists and the Philosophers We Love at the University of Hertfordshire, UK in June 2019, with Publication (forthcoming) in Writing Visual Culture.
The passing back and forth of ideas in painting is like the relay and return of the knotted patterns in the game of cat’s cradle. Each painting is a string configuration that we hold out to be received by another, or that we receive and respond to by adding something new, by proposing another knot, another net. Entangled in a myriad of configurations, we start from a place that doesn’t wipe out what comes before – we make paintings of inheritances and remembering. Read More...
Exhibition: May 15 – June 12, 2019
Location: Casimir Effect/Chashama Artist Space, 1022 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY
Exhibition: September 6 – 28, 2019
Location: UT, Knoxville Downtown Gallery, Knoxvill, TN
Exhibition: January 23 – February 27, 2020
Location: J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program Gallery, Columbus, IN
An artist-run space/time/mattering originally made possible by Chashama.
Other Curatorial Projects
Eating Painting (catalog)
Exhibiting Artists: James Biederman, Cora Cohen, Ben La Rocco, Gerard Mossé,Fran O’Neill, Judy Pfaff, Lisa Taliano, Russell Roberts, Thornton Willis
June 25th - July 24th 2015
308 at 156 Project Artspace
156 5th Avenue, Suite 308
New York City, NY 10010