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HISTORY AND PRESS

Exhibitions

Wassaic Project, ‘Utopia 9,’ Summer 2011
            Wassaic NY
McColl Center for Visual Art, (‘dis)Comfort,’ Winter 2011
            Charlotte, NC
MEME Gallery, ‘TANSTAAFL!,’ Fall 2010
            Cambridge, Ma.
Montserrat College of Art, ‘The West is Now Closed,’ Fall 2010
            Beverly, Ma.
Massachusetts College of Art, ‘StoveLab,’ Spring 2010
            Boston, Ma.
Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Traveling Scholars Exhibition,’ Spring 2009
            Boston, Ma.
Kingston Gallery, “On the Street,” Dec. 2008
            Boston, Ma.
Boston Center for the Arts, ‘Artadia Exhibition,’ Spring 2008
            Boston, Ma.
Art Omi International, ‘Bivouac,’ 2007-2008
            Ghent, NY
Essex Art Center, ‘Live / Work; Utopia 7.’ Oct. 2007
            Lawrence, Ma.
AthICA, ‘Neither Here Nor There; Perspectives on Homelessness,’ Apr. 2006
            Athens, Ga.
Bemis Center , ‘Utopia 6; The Western Lands,’ Aug.-Nov. 2005
            Omaha, Ne.                        
Boston Center for the Arts, ‘BRI:AIR,’ Feb. 2005
            Boston, Ma.
Fuller Craft Museum, ‘Trashformations,’ Jan. 2005
            Brockton, Ma.
Fort Point Cultural Coalition, ‘WTLFPCAPTOTL,’ Oct. 2004
            Boston, Ma., FPCC Public Works Series
Smith College, ‘Project:AIR,’ Mar. 2004
            North Hampton, Ma.
Berwick Research Institute, ‘Transtation,’ Summer 2003
            Roxbury, Ma., Artist in Research
Essex Art Center, ‘Politically Charged,’ Apr. 2002
            Lawrence, Ma.
The Gallery@Green St., ‘Pressure.’ April, 2001
            Jamaica Plain, Ma.

 

Awards:
BNY Mellon, Edith Colman Award, 2010
MIT Council for the Arts, Director’s Grant, 2008
Creative Capital Grant, Finalist, 2007
Traveling Scholars Grant, SMFA, 2007
Artadia Artist Grant, 2007
LEF-Foundation Contemporary Art Work Fund, 2006
Creative Capital Grant, Finalist 2006
MIT Council for the Arts, Director’s Grant 2005
Fort Point Cultural Council, Public Works Grant, Fall 2004

Residencies:
McColl Center for the Arts, Residency, 2011
Sculpture Space Residency, 2008
MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Spring 2007
Jentel Arts Center, Fellowship, Winter 2005
Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Residency, Fall 2005
Berwick Research Institute, Residency and Grant, Summer 2003

Publications:
2008     Aspect; The Chronicle of New Media, “Public,” vol. 13
2006     Cartographic Perspectives, "Art and Mapping." Issue 53.
2005     Fuller Museum, 'Trashformations' Catalog, essay by Lloyd E. Herman
2004     Berwick Research Institute, 'BRI*air' vol. 1 Publication.

Press:
2010, Oct.     Boston Phoenix, "Editor’s Fall Picks."
2008 May      Boston Phoenix, “Toy Stories.”
2008 May      Boston Globe, “In ‘Artadia’ Show, Local Artists Share the Spotlight.”
2008 Feb.      Life and Times of Utica, “Works in Progress at Sculpture Space.”
2007 Oct.      Sculpture Magazine, "Emerging Art at Fields Sculpture Park, Omi Art Intl."
2007 Oct.      Omaha World-Herald, “Artists Statements Shed Light Artists Ideas.”
2007 Oct.      Boston Phoenix, “I Will Survive.”
2005, Oct.     Omaha World-Herald, “Hay, That’s Art.”
2005, Feb.     Boston Globe, "Berwick Program is all part of the Process."
2005, Feb.     Boston Globe, "Talking Trash"
2005, Feb.     South End News, "Conceptual Big Dig."
2005, Feb.     Boston Phoenix, "Artists in Research."
2004, Sept.    Boston Globe, "Making a Point on a Raft of Opportunity."
2004, Oct.     Berwick Research Institute AIR Publication.
2004, Mar.    The Republican, "Perspective of Society Offered by Artists."
2004, Feb.     Smith College Press, "Works of Art to be Created Live at Campus Center."
2004, Feb.     Boston Phoenix, “Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot.”
2004, Feb.     Big Red and Shiny, "The Boston Problem: Greener Pastures."
2003, May     Light Magazine, "Where the Wild Things Are."
2003, June     Weekly Dig, "Let's Start a Radio Station, Let's Raise Bees.”

 

 

 
        

 

 

 

              
        

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