CURRENT/UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS:

PROSPECT.1 NEW ORLEANS 11/1/2008 - 1/18/2009
New Orleans, Louisiana museum of arts and design Website

SECOND LIVES: REMIXING THE ORDINARY 9/27/2008 - 3/8/2009
Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY museum of arts and design Museum Website
"The exhibition features work by 50 international established and emerging artists from all five continents who create objects and installations comprised of ordinary and everyday manufactured articles, most originally made for another functional purpose." - From the second lives exhibition site

REASON'S CLUE 9/28/2008 - 12/7/2008
Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY queens museum of art Museum Website

SHANGHAI MoCA ENVISAGE II - BUTTERFLY DREAM 9/10/2008 - 11/9/2008
Shanghai MoCA, Shanghai queens museum of art Museum Website

ACCELERATE: CHINESE CONTEMPORARY ART 8/29/2008 - 10/26/2008
Singapore Art Museum, Singapore queens museum of art Museum Website

DIGITAL SAFARI: INTERNATIONAL 'NEW MEDIA' EXHIBITION 8/29/2008 - 10/4/2008
The Art Gallery at Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio queens museum of art Museum Website

 

ARTICLES:

Bloomberg.com: Hair Tapestry, Q-Tip Art Blend Kitsch, Sadism at New MAD Museum full article

South China Sunday Morning Post: Character Building full article

Artdaily.org: Automatic Update full article

Art News: Automatic Update full article

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS:

SYNTHETIC TIMES: MEDIA ART CHINA 2008 6/2/2008 - 7/5/2008
National Art Museum of China, Beijing Exhibition Website

AUTOMATIC UPDATE 6/27/2007 - 9/3/2007
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

"The momentum of the dot-com era infused media art with a heady energy, artists, many switching from analog to digital equipment, tried their hands at a range of newly invented art forms. They built interactive installations, electronic publishing networks, and art for the Internet. Technology evolved so fast that in some cases an art form may have disappeared while an artist’s work was still in the making.
By the year 2000, this quasi-revolutionary aura had dissipated and media art had settled into the mainstream. Automatic Update features several installations from this later period. They are mature works that ease the somber mood of the times with entertaining presentations. Nevertheless, their humor does not soften their biting commentary on our social milieu. What at one time was Pop art has now become pop life." - From the exhibition site

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Interview from the Moma Exhibition
Review 7/4/07
Photos from the Moma Exhibition