The Little Galleries Project will be bringing art to a neighborhood near you. Three little galleries sprinkled around Madison's neighborhoods will feature monthly exhibits of awesome artists, each a professional with ties to the neighborhood. The summer's first shows will include artist including John Hitchcok, Trent Miller, Scott Espenseth, Teresa Getty. For more infomation on the awesomeness to follow check out littlegalleries.org.
available for purchase and viewing pleasure
Apocalypse Island at ~lowercase gallery~, Wrightsville PA
Check out the write up in Lancaster's Intelligencer Journal.
Unstable Systems at the Art Lofts Gallery on the UW Madison campus was brief but very cool. This multimedia exhibit of works explored the internal inconsistencies of rigid systems, the failure of predictive models, the volatility of biological organisms and ecosystems, and other unstable systems and featured works by artists from across the nation, working in all media. Check out the installation of paintings from Everything Looks Better From Far Away here.
Bookless was amazing! This Jan 28th 2012 art extravaganza organized by Trent Miller and Courtney Davis saw over 5000 people and raised over $29K for the new library IN ONE DAY!.
Jeremy participated in Arthouse Coop's Sketchbook Project, an exhibition of thousands of sketchbooks shown in Brooklyn NY, Austin TX, San Francisco CA, Portland ME, Atlanta GA, and Chicago IL.
Check them out via flavorpill's feature.
Ring of bone, a new collaborative work with NYC composer David Harris, for chorus and sound artist, with a visual score set to video, debuted in New York on May, 15th 2010. The work was stunningly performed by the C4 Ensemble under the direction of conductor Chris Baum, featuring sound artist Stephan Moore. Here the live recording with video on vimeo.
Bombing Sites Near Baghdad was included in Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art, a show curated by Sarah Tanguy at the Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY. Other participating artists included Russel Crotty, Ingrid Calame and Joyce Kozloff.