Equally super honored to be a part of Pitzer College curator Ciara Ennis and curator and artist Jennifer Vanderpool’s exhibition at Nichols Gallery, Pitzer College Art Galleries opening January 20th! Fortunate to be in great company in both this group exhibition and in the Camilla Taylor-curated “The Illusion of Control”!
I’m super honored to show work in this upcoming, four person exhibition curated by amazing artist and curator Camilla Taylor at the Brandstater Gallery at Sierra University in Riverside, CA. Details below! The Illusion of Control Curator: Camilla Taylor January 16–February 8, 2018 Reception: January 28, 6pm–8pm with Curator Talk at 6:45pm 4500 Riverwalk Parkway, Riverside, […]
Had so much fun sharing my work (analog and digital!) with students last night at The Center for Integrated Media at Cal Arts last night — thank you for having me!
I am so thrilled that my VR drawings are featured on the Sunset Digital Billboards at 8410 Sunset Blvd on the Sunset Strip in LA. This is my public art debut and a first for VR public art. They run approx every ten minutes and are very dramatic and immersive live! Up through February 2018. Here […]
“Hurt Colors,” aka Hollow Point 104 (VR still below) is now done, inspired by a passage in Maggie Nelson’s Bluets about Gertrude Stein’s poem, “Tender Buttons.” In January 2018, digital film captures of this VR drawing and two others from this series will be exhibited on the digital Sunset Billboards on the Sunset Strip here in LA, […]
A subset of the Hollow Point series is my new Hurt Colors series. I’m building it in VR right now, and will post images soon. Here’s an analog study in the meantime. Hollow Point/Hurt Colors (Study 03) 20″ x 16″, graphite on paper, collage 2017 Photo credit: Gina Clyne
I am so grateful for the enthusiastic and adventurous crowd that showed up to Butcher Bird last night to experience Hollow Point, my analog and VR drawings in person! Special thanks to Luis Reyes and Butcher Bird Studios, Meera Kim of Arbor Entertainment, and Drive Studios for making it such a fantastic experience for everyone. […]
Very excited to be showing new VR drawings on September 10th, 2017 from 4-7 pm at Butcherbird Studios (in conjunction with just-down-the-street The Pit LA‘s opening): Hollow Point: a one-night VR exhibition at Butcher Bird Studios, sponsored by Butcher Bird Studios and Arbor Films, featuring new works by Nancy Baker Cahill
I’m very excited about this new direction in my work. Here is a new drawing with collage, Hollow Point 07, 42″ x 65″. Photography by Gina Clyne.