An image from Fragments of Space [LB1] was just published in the second issue of 8 1/2×11, an art zine produced by Plug Projects. Issues can be found in vending machines at the Plug Project space, Charlotte Street Foundation’s La Esquina, and YJ’s Snack Bar in Kansas City.
images from last Friday’s opening reception of Sum of Us
, a group exhibition of six artists from Kansas City at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha. The exhibition, curated by Plug Projects
, included myself, Marcie Miller Gross
, Miki Baird
, Kelly John Clark
, Shawn Bitters
, and Marcus Cain
. It will be on view until June 28.
The new issue of Afterimage came out and there is a great review of The Protagonist, the group exhibition I was in at the Rochester Art Center earlier this year. Minnesota-based artist and writer Suzanne Szucs has some very good insights into my work, as well as that of the other included artists.
There is a new Tumblr for The Janus Restraint project which will feature some elements not seen on the website, Twitter, and Instagram feeds.
Janus (2), a two-channel piece from 2011, is in the group exhibition Area Code at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art through May 2014. The exhibition, organized by Kemper Museum curator Erin Dziedzic, presents works from the permanent collection in which the use of geometry is an underlying principle.
My great friend and patron, Rachael Blackburn Cozad, was on the latest episode of the quirky local access show, Our Community, along with Bruce Hartman from the Nerman Musuem of Contemporary Art. She gives me and The Janus Restraint a nice shout out at the end of the episode.
Totemic Ping , a new video object from The Janus Restraint, will be on view this weekend in the inaugural EDITION Chicago. Walter Maciel Gallery will be showing it in the fair, which takes place at the Chicago Artists Coalition in the West Loop area of Chicago.
There is a new Instagram feed for The Janus Restraint that will feature an ongoing sideline “narrative” for the project.
The Janus Restraint was recently featured on the Artcore Journal in a post by the new Kemper Museum curator Erin Dziedzic. It was also featured in a post on the blog of curator Xhingyu Chen.