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Llewellyn Hensley, RISD MFA Graphic Design 2017, interviewed me as part of her thesis book Content Aware: Investigating Tools, Character & User Behavior. Drawn together by our mutual interest in repetitive and interative strategies, our conversation touched on systems of … Continue reading
The Sky at Moriarty: A collaborative project with Image in Context students at the Lesley University College of Art and Design. By Aaron Krach and Lisa Young
Available on Blurb! The Moriarty Library at the Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD) is sited in a former church. The church has stained glass windows that filter light from the heavens. Through the panes of leaded glass … Continue reading
So pleased to have been asked to lecture on my work and participate in senior multidisciplinary capstone critiques at Smith College! If you’re in Northampton on November 4th, please stop by my talk and say hello!
I had a great studio visit with some wonderful and insightful people on Friday evening! Thanks to everyone who attended and shared their thoughts on my works in progress.
When I read the below facebook post by Scott Lapham this morning my heart was filled with joy. Scott is one of the first friends I made in Providence, and I have followed his work, both as an artist, and … Continue reading
Analog paper negatives. 1 1/2″ x 3″ each. Ongoing collection. Halftone digital prints. 5” x 7” paper size. Ongoing collection. Xerox installation. 36” x 45” each. Common Objects of Mystery, 2012 – collection ongoing: Read more about the … Continue reading
I’m teaching a new class this semester on curatorial practice called the Red Eye Gallery Class, and our first exhibition is titled Studio Lab. The Class: The Red Eye Gallery Class is an interdisciplinary course that balances the logistics of … Continue reading
This post contains a text I’ve written for a colleague’s blog titled “Thursday Spotlight.” http://claralieu.wordpress.com/thursday-spotlight/. Clara Lieu (RISD Foundation Studies/Illustration/Printmaking) has been inviting artists to answer a set of six questions and collecting their responses. Every Thursday she features a … Continue reading