7:00 PM19:00

Solo Exhibition and Lecture at Northwest Missouri State University

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Mining the Ruins: The Library
Solo Exhibition

October 14 through November 15, 2019
Lecture October 14 at 7:00 pm
Northwest Missouri State University
800 University Drive, Maryville, MO

“The works in this exhibiton evoke corroded objects, accumulated piles, forgotten things left to decay. Some are forms spiling out into space, others are composed, enclosed, keeping some of their secrets behind the surface. One can imagine these objects taking on lives of their own, the neglected memories and ignored histories pouring out of them and mixing—growing and deteriorating at the same time. Either documents of the past or reimagined fictions, these objects no longer communicate what they once did, but now explore the realms of remembrance and projection, nostalgia and evolution.”

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4:00 PM16:00

Copyright Bandits Wenatchee, Washington


Copyright Bandits: An International Collage Group Show
October 4 - 27, 2019
Opening October 4 4-10 pm
115 South Wenatchee Avenue Wenatchee, Washington 98801

Many great collage artists, many of which I am happy to call friends, will have work in “Copyright Bandits,” a collage exhibit exploring techniques from some of the world’s foremost collage artists. “This exhibition is an attempt to display the various techniques in the current collage landscape and bring together some of the foremost artists in this medium,” curator and gallery owner Chad Yenney.

The 41 artists participating artists are from Peru, Scotland, Mexico, France, Spain, Norway, Australia, Germany and all across the U.S., from New York to Los Angeles.

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to Oct 6

Collage Books and Volume 2 MTL Art Book Fair Montreal, Quebec

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Kolaj Magazine Presents: Collage Books
A Symposium on the Role of the Book in Collage

11 am-5 pm, Friday October 4, 2019
Anteism Project Space 435 Beaubien West, Montreal, Quebec

Free—registration required

Cut Me Up magazine will be the focus of my presentation on publishing as a curatorial project. More about the event and other fantastic presenters here

Cut Me Up Issues 1-3 will be for sale on Saturday October 5 at:
Volume 2 MTL, Montreal’s Art Book Fair
Noon-6 pm Saturday October 5, 2019
1201 St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec

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to Jul 14

Kolaj Fest New Orleans


I’ll be in New Orleans in July for Kolaj Fest, a coming together of collage artists and art professionals; a multi-day festival and symposium about contemporary collage and its role in art, culture, and society; where the focus is how we celebrate and elevate the status of collage. 

With artist Clive Knights, I’ll be presenting my work and leading a conversation about the role of metaphor within collage processes in a discussion titled Excavations, Destruction, & Accumulation.

I’ll also have copies of Cut Me Up Issue 3: Tabula Rasa on hand—hope to see you there!

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Cut Me Up Issue 3 Release Party at Quimby's Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY

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Cut Me Up Issue 3: Tabula Rasa Release Party
7-10 pm, Sunday July 7, 2019
Quimby’s Bookstore 536 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Cut Me Up Issue 3: Tabula Rasa will be released worldwide through Specious Arts on July 1, 2019. We will celebrate with a party for the artists and everyone else at Quimby’s Bookstore, NYC! Join us to pick up copies of Issue 2 and Issue 3, have a drink and make a collage!

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6:00 PM18:00

Unfoldingobject Group Exhibition, Concord Art, MA

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Unfoldingobject Group Exhibition
June 20 through August 11, 2019
Opening June 20 6-8 pm
Panel June 26 6-8 pm
Concord Art, 37 Lexington Road, Concord, MA

Curated by artist and teacher Todd Bartel, Unfoldingobject showcases varying ways in which artists combine visual imagery to make collages.

The term “unfoldingobject” is a neologism coined by the Bartel, “to describe that quality in art that inspires repeat looking.” Bartel further describes, “I tried to pull together a group of collages that celebrate the importance of ‘listening to the picture,’ or champions a slow read, or otherwise reveal’s meaning through multiple viewings—artwork that unfolds messages and connections in time, rather than being immediately deliverable in an instant.”

Bartel points out, “collage is a celebration of unrelated and retrofitted images and materials that together produce a transformation; I’m fond of telling my students 1 + 1 = 3—One thing plus another thing equals a third thing.”

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