Images from "Standard Stars" will be exhibited at the Ballarat International Foto Biennial as part of the exhibition "A Field Guide to the Stars" curated by the artist Rebecca Nadjowski. It runs through August 19th - September 17th. I'll be in Australia this coming week giving talks on the exhibit and my projects about photography and science in detail. Those of you in the Melbourne area should definitely check it out.
Images from Standard Stars is on view in the exhibition "Totality", curated by Julia Bradshaw at Oregon State University's Fairbanks Gallery in Corvallis, OR. The exhibition runs through September 21st and includes a number of great artists such as Vija Celmins and Penelope Umbrico. This is a special curation of Standard Stars specifically for the total eclipse, so you won't see it in this form again--don't miss it!
I have a new exhibition opening Thursday, September 22nd at the Smail Gallery at Macalester College. "Standard Stars" focuses on an archive of decaying astronomical photographs I've been photographing over the past three years. The exhibition runs through May 2017. More details & installation images to follow.
My largest diazotype piece to date "Shadow Falls", and my film "Standing Cedars" are now on view as part of the exhibition "Unfixed" at the Transformer Station in Cleveland, OH. From the press release:
"UNFIXED: The Fugitive Image, an exhibition featuring 11 national and international artists who are exploring the ephemeral image in a wide variety of ways with and without cameras, in still images as well as video."
I'm thrilled to be shown alongside Phil Chang, Matthew Gamber, John Opera, F&D Cartier, Paul Shambroom, Luke Stettner and many other talented artists. The show is on view until April 3rd, 2016. For more information, visit www.TransformerStation.org
If you haven't seen the spectacular show at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts yet, you've got a few more months to check it out. The first room features a massive installation of Blue Line of Woods reproductions hung in collaboration with Karl Blossfeldt's work. It's a great combination and I couldn't be more proud. More info here.