Terrain Biennial 2015

This Sunday, artist Fereshteh Toosi and I will debut her site-specific installation, On the Line, for the 2nd Terrain Biennial, held in Oak Park, IL and around the world. Sneak preview below:

Presenting Transdisciplinary Art, INOVA Research Summit,

In March I presented with curators Fionn Meade and Kristan Kennedy, and artists Kirsten Leenaars, Emily Roysdon and Shahryar Nashat at a research summit organized by INOVA curator and director Sara Krajewski at the Institute of Visual Arts, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The presentations and conversation focused on the challenges and opportunities of presenting leading edge art forms that are increasingly transdisciplinary, and supporting hybrid work that merges process, performance, conceptual art, technology and research methodologies to create dynamic and varied art experiences.

NYC Actions with Guerrilla Girls, The Illuminator and G.U.L.F.

Last weekend, while in NYC to celebrate the Guerrilla Girls' 30th birthday, I followed the actions of the GG's, The Illuminator and G.U.L.F. at various sites around the city. Here's some of my favorite pics, see also ArtNews coverage (using one of my tweets) of G.U.L.F. at the Guggenheim, and Wall Street Journal and NY Arts Magazine coverage of the GG + Illuminator actions at the Whitney Museum and Chelsea gallery district.

Georgia Museum of Art

Georgia Museum of Art

Panel Discussion: Guerrilla Girls

5:30 – 6:30 pm 
Location: Georgia Museum of Art

Neysa Page-Lieberman, curator of "Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Artworld and Beyond" and director and curator of the department of exhibitions, performance and student spaces at Columbia College, Chicago, will lead a discussion with Frida Kahlo, founding and current member of the Guerrilla Girls. (Former Guerrilla Girl and current Old Grrl, Romaine Brooks, originally scheduled to appear, has had to cancel.) Sponsored by the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. A reception sponsored by the Institute for Women's Studies will follow. 

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