Building a Lineage

Exhibition: January 6 – January 29, 2017 at the Piano Craft Gallery
Co-curated with Allison Cekala

History is built through rhizomatic connections fostered between peers, teachers, colleagues and friends. Building a Lineage explores these connections through a case study of seven photographers. Formal connections reveal influences as much as conceptual connections reveal the emotional tenures of friendships. The process of influence is organic; it is impossible to separate out whom is a teacher, a friend, a colleague.

Artists: Tara Butler, Allison Cekala, Jodie Goodnough, Defne Kirmizi, Molly Lamb, Sarah Pollman, Sadie Wechsler


Boston Globe Critic's Pick for January 13, 2017



Left Behind

Exhibition: October 15 – November 19, 2016 at the Dorchester Art Project

Left Behind explores the physical and emotional detritus of what remains when we subtract.  Through painting, photography and printmaking, the works will consider visual resonances of the forgotten and left behind.


Artists: Sarah Meyers Brent, Frances Jakubek, Rachel Loischild, Chris Maliga, Deborah Sosower

Mimic

November 13- December 11, 2015 at the Dorchester Art Project


Mimic 
explores the relationship between representation and reality, looking specifically at how fantasy, storytelling and the constructed narrative shift the connection between the world and how we picture it.


Artists: Cori Champagne, Eileen Derosas, Kevin Frances, Lindsay Metivier, Vanessa Michalak

The Persistence of Memory

October 2 - October 31, 2015 at the Dorchester Art Project

With a nod towards Dali’s surrealist work and the Freudian notions that underlie it, this exhibit will examine the fluidity of time and memory through photography, painting and video.

Artists: Tara Goldberg, Jodie Goodnough, Siobhan Landry

Between You and Me: Resident Group Show

August 14-September 18, 2015 at the Dorchester Art Project

Illuminating connections between resident artists, Between You and Me explores the dynamics at play in an artist community. This show illuminates the tenuous threads that connect the sculptures, paintings, drawings and photographs that are generated from conversations made in a communal space.

Artists: SteveCarvalho, Darlin Frometa, Eric Petitti, Sarah Pollman, Anya Smolnikova, David Taylor, Joanna Tam, Jamal Thorne, JohnR. Roy, Chris Villon, Nick Ward, Thomas Willis, Will Whelan

Dorchester Reporter review here.

Flash of an Instant

April 5-May 9, 2014 at the New Art Center in Newton
Co-curated with Caitie Moore

Flash of an Instant examines the ability of photography and video to accurately index the environments around us while questioning basic spacial and temporal assumptions.

Artists:
Mark Dorf, Pablo Gnecco, John C. Gonzalez and Thomas Willis, Sharon Harper, Sam A. Harris, Anne Lilly, Robin Myers, John Steck Jr.

Boston Globe Review here.

3200K

online at www.thirtytwohundredk.tumblr.org

3200K is a project devoted to printed matter and analog photography. It features works made with light-based media employing traditional analog photographic methods. Published weekly online and several times a year in print form, 3200K seeks to create exhibition and networking opportunities for emerging artists.

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