Recent, Current, Upcoming:
Parameters features work from national and local artists who use chance experiments, media or process restrictions, and conceptual rules as boundaries or guidelines to form their work. The exhibition includes artist books, sculpture and prints from Gerald Cannon (New Orleans, LA), Jessica Hoffman (Seattle, WA), Heidi Neilson (New York, NY), and Robin Price (Middletown, CT).
Exhibitor at the inaugural MANHATTAN FINE PRESS BOOK FAIR
Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, New York, April 5 & 6, 2014
Saturday April 5, 5-9pm
Sunday April 6, 8am-4pm
'It's About Time: A Workbook for the Working Person'
ILSSA [Impractical Labor in the Service of the Speculative Arts,
The Press at Colorado College, Coburn Gallery, Colorado College
Opening reception March 25, 2014
SP WEATHER STATION AT THE CENTER FOR BOOK ARTS
Featured Artist Project: SP Weather Reports (2008-2013)
January 17, 2014 - March 29, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, January 17, 6-8 pm
Friday, February 21st , 6:30pm
Panel discussion with SP Weather Station interpreters Rena Leinberger, Mark Nystrom, and Chad Stayrook. Moderated by Don Russell of Provisions Library.
New Prints 2013 / AUTUMN, International Print Center New York
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 7, 2013; 7-9pm
On View: October 29 - November 30, 2013
Three prints on view from the satellite commemoration series
ARTIST TALK: Heidi Neilson / Report from Long Island City
Gallery at BRIC House, Brooklyn NY
Wednesday, November 13, 2013; 7-9pm
A talk in a lecture series curated by Katarina Jerinic and Chad Stayrook as part of their project Street Signs Became Flags that Mark Mountaintops in BRIC's 'Housewarming' exhibition.
NEW BOOK: Long Island City Sundial Field Guide will be released
at the New York Art Book Fair, at the ABC Artists' Books Cooperative table:
September 20–22, 2013; Preview: Thursday, September 19, 6-9pm
MoMA PS1 (within the Long Island City Sundial terrain)
The Long Island City Sundial Field Guide assists reading and experiencing the neighborhood-wide sundial through maps, landmarks, observation areas, tours and events. See the project website www.licsundial.net for further information including maps, animation and blog.