Close: Works by Nicole Akstein and Meredith Kooi
Curated by Chanel Kim
March 7, 2015 – March 28, 2015
Mason Brown and I have an installation in the exhibition SUMPTUARY at MINT Gallery until 4/21/2014.
Every Wednesday, during SUMPTUARY closed hours, we are performing live in the space and radio broadcasting live for listening outside the gallery.
Transmission #1: 032614 recording now up on soundcloud:
Check out the Facebook event for more details here.
Check out SUMPTUARY’s full list of artists, performances, and full calendar here.
I will be leading a workshop for the series DRAW@MOCA organized by Angus Galloway at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia. This particular workshop I am leading in the series is titled “The Mark as Movement: Bodily Approaches to Mark-Making.”
My statement for the workshop: What is a line? How do we make it? In what dimension does it live? Using the body’s movement and radio transmission as material for creating lines, we will explore the paths our bodies create as they move through the generally invisible and immaterial electromagnetic spectrum that surrounds us.
It should be fun!
Video documentation of baby’s first ice cream performed on October 27, 2013 at MINT gallery in Atlanta, GA is now up on vimeo. Sound is a remix of Jeff Kolar’s Ice Cream Truck Songs.
Also, finally, video documentation of ray welcomes again performed on June 28, 2013 at Eyedrum for the exhibition Im/Permanence. Sound is mine.
Finally posted “documentation” of the performance I did at the High Museum of Art last November 2012. Documentation in this case consists of a score and a low-quality image. Visit the page under the Projects tab, or, simply, click here.
I recently started writing for the arts blog Bad at Sports that’s based in Chicago. My first article, “Watching Touch,” looks at the Atlanta-based Full Radius Dance, which is a physically-integrated dance company, meaning the dancers have a range of abilities. This article coincides with my more recent growing commitment to dance and movement-based performance work. These interests have created profound shifts in my dissertation work – it’s looking different every single week…