exhibition at KC Library


A newly remastered version of Treebeasties (1) will be featured in the group exhibition Intimate Riot, curated by Peregrine Honig. The exhibition will be on view in the Rocky and Gabriella Mountain Gallery at the Kansas City Central Library beginning October 10, with a special reception on October 14.

new piece on view at Haw Contemporary

Barry Anderson Fragments of Space [WR1]

A new single-channel video, Fragments of Space [WR1], is currently on view at Haw Contemporary in the group show On Behalf of One’s Obsessions. The exhibition opened last night, December 12, and will be on view through January 24.

Nerman Museum benefit piece

Totemic [Blue], a new video animation, was featured in Beyond Bounds: Electric!, the biennial benefit auction for the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art on October 18. The piece was also displayed on an LCD screen within the museum atrium.

Kemper Museum book released


Marking 20 Years was just released by the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The book highlights work from the permenant collection, including two of my works, Pigeon (2001) and Janus (2) (2011).

Pigeon in episode of The Art Assignment

Pigeon is featured in an episode of the PBS Digital Studios series The Art Assignment hosted by curator Sarah Urist Green. The episode, titled “How To Visit An Art Museum”, focuses on a trip to the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, where Pigeon is on currently on view in a solo exhibition.

Pigeon on view at Kemper Museum

One of my earliest videos, Pigeon (2001), is currently on view at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in a solo exhibition in the Barbara and Paul Uhlmann Gallery through November 2.

new commission work in Omaha

Tenaska-installA new three-channel work, Glacial Response, was recently installed in the offices of Tenaska in Omaha. The piece was commissioned by the company as part of a new art initiative in their brand new offices on the west side of Omaha.

opening reception in LA

The opening of The Janus Restraint: Shift/Split last night was great. Good crowds, great reaction, and an amazing performance by VUM.

Spanish love for VUM video


The Barcelona-based music label and blog Shook Down gave a nice shout out to the new music video for VUM’s We’re Going.

The Janus Restraint: Shift/Split in LA

The exhibition is finally installed and will open to the public today at the Walter Maciel Gallery in the Culver City Arts District in Los Angeles. The opening reception is 6-8PM tonight followed by a special live performance by the LA-based band VUM.

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