Aquacade screens on Denver's downtown LED screens during the juried competition of Supernova Digital Art Animation Festival this past September
Tuesday night, February 7th, I was invited to give a talk on my body of work at the salon series, LISA: Leaders In Software and Art. Honored to be speaking along with sound artists Jess Rowland and Mari Kimura.
My work in Sotheby Institute of Art's exhibition TRANSFORMATIONS. Two of my large scale photo montages and four video works (animation and interactive documentations) were on view.
TRANSFORMATIONS (Group Exhibition) at Sotheby's Institute of Art
Opening Night: November 29, 2016, 7pm - 8:30pm
November 29 - December 5th
This exhibition assembles diverse practices that incorporate painting, video, photography and textiles as a way to take common, everyday ideas that we're used to and form them again in a new and unfamiliar way. On view will be works by Maya Mason, Caroline Voagen Nelson, and Hanna Washburn. Curated by Brian Metzger, 2016 Masters Candidate at Sotheby's Institute of Art
PROJECTED ANATOMY: Group exhibition co-curated by myself and artist Leah Roh at DDA Gallery in November.
Opening Nov 9th, 5 - 7pm
Pratt DDA Gallery, 200 Willoughby, BK
This group exhibition dissects the human form’s relationships with environments in various installations, animations, digital imaging, and interactive technologies. Artists work on view include: Nathan King, Leah Roh, Magali Reyes, Christina Avagliano, Hye Soo Chang, Ruyin Tsai, Yajun Shi, Caroline Voagen Nelson, and Fuensanta Sobejano.
Curated by Leah Roh and Caroline Voagen Nelson
Upcoming exhibition I curated!
Group show including one of my interactive installations with projection mapping of a stop motion animation.
SYNCED Art Event made possible by West Harlem Arts Fund.
I will be presenting a stop motion animation made in collaboration with artist Dianne Smith, which is projection mapped on the
historic Cotton Club exterior in West Harlem in Manhattan.
October 10th 8-9pm
Month long 2 person exhibition with Rebecca Sherman at Civic Art Lab in Brooklyn. July 24th - August 15th 2015
Land __ Slide features Caroline Voagen Nelson’s and Rebecca Sherman’s dynamic representations of moving environments in a sustainable, eco conscious era.
Civic Art Lab is a summer-long storefront in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn in collaboration with the Bridge Street Development Corporation’s Pop-up Program. This environmental, arts, and educational initiative calls on citizens to co-produce creative and open ways to share skills and showcase recent cultural and environmental initiatives happening locally in order to amplify the diverse voices and encourage future civic engagement.