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CURRENT/UPCOMING

QUEENS MUSEUM, NEW YORK, NY

After the Plaster Foundation, or, “Where can we live?” is an exhibition of twelve artists and artist groups with roots in New York City asking critical questions about home, property, and the Earth, and who has access to these things under capitalism. 

On View ● September 16, 2020 - January 17, 2021

ARTYARD, FRENCHTOWN, NY

Shelter Is is an exhibition that brings together the work of nine artists whose practices consider the physical and psychological function of shelter, its construction, and its improvisational nature. The works on view also explore questions of who seeks shelter, and for what reasons—political, socioeconomic, or environmental.

Oracle of the Caduceus is a rooftop installation, which gallery visitors are permitted to walk on top and inside of, considers the social histories of home and sanctuary as well as the familial tradition of carpentry that, like heirlooms, is passed down from generation to generation. This installation will be activated by a series of site-specific performances curated by the artist throughout the exhibition

On View  September 12 - December 28, 2020

MSVU ART GALLERY, HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA
 

Northern Oracle is an ambitious rooftop installation that emerges from the floor of the gallery, and is accompanied by a series of mixed media drawings. Visitors may access both the rooftop and its floor level attic, while contemplating and enacting upon these vantage points. Northern Oracle provides a performative area: a locale for demonstration of power, influence, and for “shouting from the rooftop.”

Opening Reception  January 18, 20202:00 pm

ALBRIGHT KNOX, BUFFALO, NY

Domestic Thresholds by Heather Hart, Edra Soto, and Rodney Taylor


This exhibition featured projects that explore how people build connections to others both inside and outside the walls of those structures we call home.

 

During the opening, dancer Naila Ansari, media artists Mani Mehrvarz and Maryam Muliaee, and musician Curtis Lovell presented a collaborative, multimedia art project that used new media, performance, and live dance to transform the static physical space of the exhibition into a dynamic interactive environment. The audience was invited to experience the work by watching the filmed performance on their mobile phones in the exhibition space.

Public Opening for Open House January 17, 2020 5 pm - 7 pm

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SELECTED PRESS

New York Times

October 2020

ArtNEWS

March 2019

Art Forum

December 2017

Hyperallergic

19 October 2017

Whitehot Magazine

October 2017

Interview Magazine

18 May 2017
 

W Magazine

27 May 2017

Architectural Record

17 May 2017

KQED Arts

28 April 2016

Brooklyn Magazine

7 October 2014

New York Times

2 October 2014

Vulture Magazine

19 April 2014


Composite Arts Magazine

23 June 2014


Burnaway
23 April 2013

Architizer

2013

The Seattle Times

16 June 2013

The Stranger

5 June 2013

ARTSlant

June 2012

New York Magazine

23 May 2012

Life+Times

8 May 2012

Gastronomica

Fall 2012