Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Happenings in March and April

3.19.09 Monochrom's  Johannes Grenzfurthner will visit from Vienna and will talk with the Kinetic Sculpture Class about Technology and disruption. 

3.21 - 3.27 INSTALL WITH ME!  This is not a plea for help but an invitation for people to come by the gallery during installation to talk about mounting a show, to watch the frustration and thrill that comes with having to make changes on site and to engage in conversation about large scale installations.  Come by to chat while I work.

3.27 - Visiting Artist Lecture in room 123 Sverdrup Hall, Webster University campus.  This is paired with the opening at the Hunt Gallery to talk about the new work. 

3.25 - 4.16 - 4.26 St Louis Earth Day Events.  3.25 + 4.16 - meetings at St Louis Teachers Recycle Center to play and learn about the materials that are available for the public to purchase and reuse.

Submitting and abstract for SECAC. Paper topic "Maybe Your Students Don't Want to Be Like You!"  (wish me luck and clarity).



Open Studio


With short notice, the Open Studio was still pretty well attended.  In all about 10 - 12 people visited to see where the work is headed before beginning installation.

Recent events














In preparation for the exhibition Standing Reserve at the Cecile R. Hunt Gallery, much time - too much time - has been spent in the studio.  Here are few in progress shots of the new work to be installed.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Monday, November 24, 2008

Metropolitan Galllery Opening
















A new piece for St Louis.

Tug (respiration)
November 2008




Thanks to Gary Passanise, Giusseppi Peroni, George Sams, Kit Keith and Eric Trofkin for organizing this exhibition.
Thanks to everyone who assisted with installation.  Robert Sachse, Ryan Edge, Christine Farmer and Nicole.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Performance @ Kansas City Art Institute

I was invited to give a performance of PLAY at KCAI.
This is an older recording of the performance:
Video by Bobby Belote

Visiting Critic Collaborative Art Practices

I had the pleasure of visiting the Collaborative Art Practices class at Kansas City Art Institute this week.  I gave feedback on the 3rd of the classes projects.  Project 1 was Person, Project 2 was place, Project 3 was thing.

Here are some of the projects:

Share-a-Chute