The New Romantics Catalog
Catalog for The New Romantics, an exhibition at Eyebeam, NY April – May 2014, exploring the ways in which contemporary artists using digital media engage the body, representations of nature, poetic irony, and expressions of individuality as originally expressed in 19th Century Romanticism.
The New Romantics full color illustrated catalog - edited by Rachel Clarke, Nicolas O’Brien and Claudia Hart - features the artists in the exhibition, interviews conducted with the artists, and essays by prominent writers. It is produced in conjunction with the seditons New Romantics special collection.
Published by Intellect Books, UK. It can be purchased in the US from Turpin
Curated by Jeanne Hunter-Moore at Work: Detroit, MI, March - April 2014.
IdentidadGroup exhibition at Project Space, University of the Andes, Bogota, Columbia, March 2014
3D Printing Panel and Roundtable Discussion with artists using 3D print technologies in their work Thursday 13th February 2:30 – 5:00pm at The Center for Book and Paper, Columbia College, Chicago, Chicago. Co-chaired with Chicago-based artist Tom Burtonwood. Artists: Morehshin Allahyari, David Van Ness, Taylor Hokanson, Tom Lauerman, Kristin Mallinger, Sophie Kahn, Luis Navarro, Andrew F. Scott, Barbara Rauch, and Jason Ferguson.
Group exhibition at Aggregate Space, Oakland, CA, 1.3.14 - 2.8.14. Artists: Pabi Chulo, Rachel Clarke, Omer Gal, Evie Leder, Julia Litman-Cleper, Dave Meyers, and Collin McKelvey. Curated by Conrad M. Meyers II and Pete Hickok.
A solo show at Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia 9.15.13 - 11.1.13, curated by Jeffrey Whittle. Visiting artist at Lamar Dodd School of Art 9.17.13 - 9.21.13 Artist lecture 9.19.13
Recent, Current, and Upcoming EventsSignal Culture
Artist in Residence at Signal Culture, New York, August 2016.
Warm Heart Art
Artist in Residence at Warm Heart Art, Tanzania, June 2016.
A solo show at The Building Imagination Center, California State University, Stanislaus, October 2015. Featuring videos and augmented reality works (image below: video still from Qi, 2015).
A solo show of Augmented Reality (AR) works for Another Year in LA Gallery, May 2015. The works combine physical and virtual modes of creation, and though a free AR app, are experienced on the viewer's mobile device (image below: Merging Spaces 4, an augmented reality sculpture).
ISEA 2015 Disruption
"Terra Incognita" was screened in Refraction, curated by Kate Armstrong and Malcolm Levy.
"Terra Incognita" at ASU Night Gallery, for the Balance/Unbalance conference at Arizona State University, March 2015
A National Endowment for the Arts grant-funded augmented reality virtual public art project where site-specific virtual works were placed along the Broadway Corridor, Sacramento. The project launched in fall 2014. Artists: Rachel Clarke, Ben Hunt, Gioia Fonda, Jose Carlos Casado, Joseph Delappe, Malcom Cochran, Mark Emerson, Michael Rees, Rebecca Krinke, Sabrina Ratte and Chris Manzione.
Where Do we Come From? What Are We? Where are we Going?
Group exhibition at the Center for Peacebuilding, Bosnia Herzegovina, November 2014
Art and Poetics
Group exhibition at Mahmoud Darwish Museum in Ramallah, Palestine, August 2014 and Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture, Bethlehem - Palestine, September 2014.