I was asked by artist Rachel Wolfson to speak at Lewis and Clark College’s inaugural Arts Week this Thursday, April 24th, at 7pm in Miller room 102. 0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd, Portland, OR 97219
After conversations with the artist I’ll be using the work of 3D render LaTurbo Avedon to illustrate some thoughts from my project Identify Yourself.
My piece Fuck Windchimes for the International Invitational Triennial of Contemporary Windchimes at Rocksbox Fine Art appeared on Oregon ArtsWatch.
“Randomness also seems to be a vital component in South’s piece A small, black plastic fan like one in a personal computer spins at a high rate of speed. The speed of the fan provides a “surface” of sorts and allows for a projection of various sequences containing three words: “Fuck Fucking Windchimes,” all in capital letters. Sometimes it reads “Fuck Windchimes,” sometimes “Fuck Wi” or other segments of text, and sometimes the words or parts of words flicker in and out. The whole phrase is displayed much less often than the other manifestations, and it was while waiting to photograph the complete phrase that I came to a full appreciation of the irregular “rhythm” of the piece and therefore the frustrated tone of the title. I suppose some people rely on the gratification a steady melody brings.”
Really great show of 60 awesome artists and friends, up until April 27th.
1pm, Saturday, March 22nd @ WhiteBox University of Oregon.
Portland2014 Curator Amanda Hunt will host a conversation with biennial artists Alex Mackin Dolan, Travis Fitzgerald, and Zachary Davis about the Networks video program on view at White Box, curated by the former members of Appendix Project Space. Portland-based artist Krystal South will join the discussion. Following the screening, the participants will discuss the curation of the video program and the individual artists’ contributions, touching on the necessity of communication, the nature of a network particular to this community of artists’, and the space of the global, online network itself. One video from the program is installed at the venue each week of the Biennial (through April 27), this is the first and only time the series will be seen in succession as a program, debuting them as a collective whole. The video series is comprised of work by Birch Cooper, Bea Fremderman, Zachary Davis, Jason Hirata, and Sara Ludy.
The UFO in the Garden: Internet Writing w/ Oscar Schwartz, Blake Butler, Mira Gonzalez, Michael J Seidlinger, Krystal South, Adrian Chen for the Digital Writers Festival
How does our use of Gmail Chat, memes, Tumblr, and Twitter change what ‘literature’ might be? Oscar Schwartz leads a panel of alternative and experimental internet writers to discuss how new online-first literary movements are making new forms of literature possible.
Writer and historian Dr. Edward Shanken spoke about two of my works, Identify Yrself and QR Art during his talk at the Whitney Museum of Modern Art. Full video of the talk.
I collaborated with artist Krist Wood for his work sadf ii.
My BFA thesis exhibition, Dimensions Variable, will be at Portland State University’s Autzen Gallery June 7th – 21st, 2012.
My essay on self portraiture, Image Control, appears in Bear Deluxe Magazine Issue #33
My work, The Medium is the iMessage, is part of the group show Hypercorrection at Recess Gallery in Portland, OR.
Overjoyed to present the work of 33 digital artists at the Portland Art Museum on October 14, 2011 as part of the Shine a Light one-night event. Coming in person? Bring your smartphone! View the exhibition online.
My work, A Mirror Unto Itself, has been accepted into the Rhizome Artbase.
My essay on the visual arts program of the PICA TBA:11 Festival, Potential Risk of Failure, is available online.
Nudity in Groups Issue 4 at PICA’s TBA:11
I contributed a poster for Nudity in Groups at PICA’s TBA:11 Festival.
My work, A Mirror Unto Itself, is exhibited at Store Gallery in Portland, OR.
My new video is a meta-kaleidoscopic crystal journey! With music by HEARTSREVOLUTION and crystals and commission by Swarovski Elements.
Posted on Kitsune.fr and screened in the 2013 Portland Experimental Film Festival.