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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
I’m pleased to have my new work “Pool” on exhibition at Quint Contemporary Art. For more about the exhibition, click here or go to http://quintgallery.com/announcement/horizon/
I am very pleased to have “Gross” selected from the RISD Faculty Biennial for continued display at the President’s House, Rhode Island School of Design, for the 2013-2014 academic year.
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
You can find my pieces “Bridge” and “Drives” included in the “Secrets” exhibition at Plug Projects, from November 16 – January 5, 2013. Bridge, series of eight ink jet prints mounted to museum board, 4″ x 6″ each print. Drives, … Continue reading
Click below to watch the divers. 2012 US Olympic Diving Trials – Mens 10M Synchro Prelims – David Boudia and Nick McCrory Repetitive gestures, twinning, tension, choreography. I can’t wait for more of this!
“Drives” has been selected for PEEK, a blog curated by artist Lee Gainer (1994 VCU Grad) that has featured a new contemporary artist every weekday since February 2008. Lee really selects a variety of interesting work to feature, including that of … Continue reading
FUNCTIONING EFFECTIVELY IN THE MOMENT During a recent rough patch I considered the gap between my public performance of self and my internal mental state. I decided to make a bright colored sticker that I could “apply as needed” in … Continue reading
I am showing a new work titled Functioning Effectively in the Moment in an exhibition curated by Audra Wolowiec. Also included in the exhibition are my current and former students Sophie Barbasch and Mimi Cabell!
Last week I visited the New Museum Triennial The Ungovernables. I was really taken with the work of Jonathas de Andrade, especially his video 4000 Disparos. He writes “One super-8 roll composed of anonymous male faces randomly captured, frame by … Continue reading