She discusses objects, portraiture, butterfly collections, ghostly presentations, and LED’s. This is the first recorded conversation from the studios at Minnesota Street Project to be published in SFAQ. In following issues, artists from the program will document varied discussions related to their practice.
Black & White Projects is pleased to present Kaddish, a solo exhibition featuring a new series of works by new media artist Evie Leder. Continuing to explore topics of identity, gender, and power, Leder’s latest series is inspired by her family members’ pasts and their perceived and real identities. The exhibition, named
I am so excited to announce that I have been selected to be a charter resident of the Minnesota Street Project Studio Program. There is an amazing group of artists and organizations involved. We move in during May/June. More to come! http://minnesotastreetproject.com
Image by Michelle L. Morby (thank you!) Peter Max Lawrence curated a show based on "the gaze" for the Queer Arts Festival in San Francisco, and asked if he could include some clips of The Objects.
Join us for a panel discussion moderated by Beth Pickens, with panelists Evie Leder, Dorothy Santos, and "objects" Brontez Purnell and Mica Sigourney as we discuss the work, the process and the ideas generated by the show. https://www.facebook.com/events/628592757226311 Above is an image from the panel discussion taken by Rhiannon MacFadyen
ASC Projects will be introduced to the contemporary market in New York this Marchas we participate in the SCOPE New York art fair. One of a select group of international galleries selected as part of the SCOPE Breeder Program*, ASC Projects is thrilled to present works by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Rodney Ewing, Evie Leder, Geri Montano,
I'm thrilled to be showing Object Number One in Full FRame at Aggregate Space this January. http://www.aggregatespace.com/ Full Frame 1st Annual Open Call for Works in Video 3 January - 8 February 2014 Aggregate Space Gallery is pleased to present this selection of works from our inaugural open call for time-based media. By choosing to
Please join us for an intimate evening of videos and conversation with video artists DARRIN MARTIN and HILARY GOLDBERG. I'm very excited to share with you the work of two smart, curious artists who interpret the world queerly through their lenses. I think you'll be provoked and engaged. Bring a friend and bring your cell
http://engineersdaughter.typepad.com/engineers_daughter/ Through August 25: Summer of Video Art 2012 - Futuring the Past, Pasting the Future at Krowswork. This show is nothing less than a crash course in what is most inspiring in contemporary video art. Julia Litman-Cleper's crudely-mapped organs grow and contract in response to the movements of the viewer and are juxtaposed poignantly