Announcing the opening of O2V15, Outsourcing to Vienna, 2015, August 1st at the Museums Quartier in Vienna on the Official MQ Blog.
Media coverage of O2S14 from: slobodna europa.
Media coverage of O2S14 by: Klix.
Outsourcing to Sarajevo 2014 O2S14
I'm proud to announce my parnership with the Sarajevan architectual firm, n_o_r_m_a_l and the architect Emir Salkic. For the 2014 Centennial in Sarajevo, June 28th, we will build a large outdoor public sculpture in the shape of the word Outsourcing large enough to also serve as an exhibition and performance platform. This sculpture will be on the grounds between the Museum of History and the National Museum from June 28th until July 8th.
The Space between two Dirty Words, Dubrovnik.
Review: During my Artist in Rendency I invited quests to stand behind the drawing for The Sapce between an Asshole and a Scumbag so that their head would appear where the axis would allow the work to rotate.
"EXTREME" The show curated by Michael Goldgruber explores artistic strategies of perception and design of landscapes and spaces using extreme physical effort and similar physical presence. In line with the Aristotelian concept of space, that space is only perceptible and experienceable in movement, the artists in this exhibition concern themselves in very different ways with the measuring and pacing out of spaces and landscapes, as well as the re-shaping and re-modelling of them according to individual and selective patterns of perception.
Michaela Stock Galerie
Hang Gliding with a LazyBoy, A multi media installation.
June 29th through July 31st, 2010.
Strange Positioing Systems
A quarterly series of lectures that presents temporary environments, performance, video, and multimedia by a selection of international media artists, exploring the position of the self in an environment of constant flux. Curated by Caterina Verde. Featured artists include Allison Defren, Ebon Fischer, Laura Parnes, Pasha Radetzki, Alexander Viscio, and Andrea Wollensak.
The New York Optimist
From 1993 thru 1999 I opened R-Town on the first floor of my carriage house in Park Slope Brooklyn. I’d comb the neighborhood and surrounding areas and invite artists of all ethnic backgrounds and disciplines to participate in group shows. Having lived and worked in Europe for the past eight years as an artist and curator I have the opportunity to present an e-zine version of R-Town at www.thenewyorkoptimist.com, that extends to artists from Europe and points east in a series of articles called, R-Town Extended.