"EIGHTEEN" - A group show at Usagi Gallery, Brooklyn
"EIGHTEEN" - Sept. 15th - Oct. 14th 2016
“EIGHTEEN” is a three person show exhibiting the works of Dev Harlan, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong and Jayoung Yoon. The work is on view from September 15 - October 14th, 2016 at the Usagi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
"Mineral Consciousness and Unremarkable Stars"
Sharjah Art Museum, UAE, Dec 16th 2015 - Jan 20th 2016
Installation exhibited at the Sharjah Art Museum (UAE) as part of the 18th Annual Islamic Arts Festival 2015, titled “Nour (Light)”.
"After Sunset on the Information Super Getaway"
Popup Show, Vazquez Window Gallery, on view Friday, Feb. 6th - Sunday, Feb. 22nd
Opening - Friday Feb 6th, 7-9pm
For The Vazquez Building's first exhibit in the Vazquez Window Gallery I'll be presenting new works in sculpture, video projection and monochrome print. This will be viewable all day and evening from outside, with scheduled open gallery events. View the invite here!
Closing Event - Sunday Feb 22nd, 7-9pm
Excited to have been included in the first publication of HOLO magazine, a survey of emerging digital practices in art, science and technology. Put together by the hard working people at CreativeApplications.net (CAN), with a great set of contributors and supporters. Check out more from the publication here.
"Suffolk Deluxe Electrical Bicycle", Permanent Installation
A collaboration with crochet artist Olek in 2012, The "Suffolk Deluxe Electric Bicycle" has now found a permanent home… in Miami! Great to finally see this work out of my studio and out in the wild.
"Time Is a Vector"
Christopher Henry Gallery, Thurs Sept. 28th, 2013
A new show featuring two related large scale works, one on each floor. Continuing the use of geometric pattern and surface, the new work introduces irregularity and unpredictability in both process and language. Read more about the show here.
"PixelShow" Speaking Invitation
Conference for art, design, illustration and animation. Sao Paolo, Nov 11th, 2012
Enjoyed this invitation to present work and speak on art, design and technology. Great attendance with super warm and friendly organizers. Look forward to seeing how their festival evolves. Read more about the festival here.
"Untitled (Eon Surf)"
Installation for two person show @ Christopher Henry Gallery, Sept. 28th, 2012
"Fissure Triplet", Documentation, 08/12
Installation view of a permanent commission for a private residence in Singapore. This digital sculpture is fabricated in aluminum at roughly 11.5' x 6.5'.
"Postcards for Ai Wei Wei"
A WhiteBox Benefit Auction, 04/25/2012
Organized by Ethan Cohen and Whitebox Gallery shortly after Ai Wei Wei's release from prison. In solidarity, proceeds from donated artworks and scores of postcards were given to the artist in support.
"Parmenides I" Documentation
"The Astral Flight Hangar"
Solo Show @ Christopher Henry Gallery, Sept. 7th, 2011
NYU ITP, Speaking Invitation, Now 28th, 2011
Presenting past work, processes and methods to ITP media arts students and faculty. Many thanks for the invitations from Gabriel Barcia-Colombo and Chika Iwagima!
"Parmenides I" (Prototype)
Public Exhibit @ "Flash:Light / Festival Of Ideas for the New City," May 9th, 2011
Part of the New Museum's "Festival Of Ideas for the New City", Parmenides I (working title “Star Geode”) landed on the corner of Mulberry and Houston for it's first public viewing. Many thanks to Nuit Blanche and Flashlight for making this possible.
Solo show @ Rouge58 Gallery, March 5th, 2011
Curated by Nadja Nebas the show features two new large scale light sculptures. See documentation of the installation here.
On View form March 5th-17th. Rouge 58 Gallery: 555 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn NY
"Suffolk Deluxe Electric Bicycle 1"
"Any Colour You Like II"
@ Scope Miami / Chris Henry Gallery booth, 12/2010
Had the pleasure of showing this work at Scope Art Fair Miami, 2010. This work is ongoing and can be seen in person at Christopher Henry Gallery.
"Any Colour You Like" (Pyramid III, 2010)
Exhibited in the group show T-Minus 20 at Christopher Henry Gallery, Curated by Jason Leblond and Ves Pitts. Read More...