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Studio Snapshot

  • I’m back in Montreal this week to install “La Track/The Track” at Galerie B-312. The opening reception is tonight at 5:30pm with a round table discussion tomorrow at 1:30pm.
  • Work from my series Interior is featured in “HABITAT” at Salisbury University Art Galleries. Mark your calendars for my artist lecture on March 26 at 5:30pm.
  • Read my essay “Navigating Digital Landscapes” in Anywhere iii,  a publication featuring contributions from presenters at Anywhere and Elsewhere: Art at The Outermost Limits of Location-Specificity at Parsons last year.
  • 2019 Stats: Exhibited in 7 group shows, won 1 award, accepted 1 fellowship, attended 1 residency, gave 2 lectures, curated 1 exhibition, was featured in 2 print publications, published 1 essay as author (see above), published 1 book as publisher
  • Rejections T_T : Sondheim Prize, MICA Staff Creativity & Professional Development Grant

Five Faves

  1. Appropriate compensation. (Fast food > Higher ed)
  2. Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who totally wowed me at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra last month.
  3. Arranging things. (This song gets me.)
  4. My tintype portrait courtesy of Jay Gould of Wormhole Workshop.
  5. The Chesapeake at dusk.

100 Words

Comedian by Maurizio Cattelan at Art Basel

In short: it’s a banana duct taped to the wall. The sensation: it sold for $120,000. Pictured above: the crowd waiting to take selfies with it at Art Basel in Miami this December. The banana was plastered across the news, instagram, t-shirts, and unsuspecting walls. The piece provoked feelings of shame, outrage, and awe. The collective response was even more bizarre and fascinating than the work itself; the spectacle emblematic of both the art world and the selfie-taking, globe-trotting, influencer-following moment we live in. That an object so simple, so ridiculous, can have such an effect, is really something.

Deadline Details

  • Due February 29: Creative Capital Grants; Up to $50,000 in funding + $50,000 in career development services
  • Due March 1: Grit Fund; Up to $7000 in funding for collaborative projects in Baltimore
  • Due March 13: CUE Open Call; Solo exhibition in NYC + $5000 unrestricted honorarium; $10 to apply
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