Sep 9, 2014
I have pieces in three group exhibitions: in Chicago, Syracuse, NY, and Cortland, NY. Details are below the image, which is from my multi-year backyard project about mass graves and memorials; it's in two of the shows.
In other news:
▪ Work from my project Site/Sight, about genocide sites and memorials, was selected into the finalist round of Photolucida's Critical Mass;
▪ Site/Sight was just published with a nice interview on the photo blog Feature Shoot.
▪ Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City has acquired three prints from the series False Horizon, photographs made on beaches - quite soothing, unlike most of my work... They can be seen at their 64th. Street and Rockefeller Outpatient facilities in Manhattan.
The More That Is Taken Away: Year Two, November. Platinum-Palladium print. 20 x 25 inches
This May Have Happened, at David Wienberg Photography in Chicago, is part of the Filter Photo Festival. Juror Gordon Stettinius of Candela Books selected work that "celebrates the unresolved visual narrative".
I'll be at the Juror’s Reception: Friday, September 26, 6:30-9 pm.
GLOBALissues. CLIMATEmatters. SocialCHANGE is at Artrage in Syracuse, NY, selected and curated by Mary Murray, curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Munson-Williams Proctor Arts Institute; Debora Ryan, curator for many years at the Everson Museum of Art; and Rose Viviano, ArtRage Gallery’s curator and director.
I'll give a talk with photographer Paul Pearce on October 8th. at 7:00 p.m.
The inaugural Cortland National Photography Exhibition at SUNY Cortland's Beard Gallery is showing two of my Pepper Spray series - Palladium prints with fingerprints of anonymous visitors to skin hides, a 2012 show with 2x2 Collective.