NEWS AND EVENTS
As Our Breaths Run, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2-7pm (artist talk 4pm)
On view February 18 - April 9
North Willows, Montclair, NJ
Please contact for more information.
The Blossom as the Self, Thursday, Feb. 9, 6-8pm
On view February 9 - March 12
A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
North Willows, project space in Montclair, NJ (with Kim Bello and Jason M. Stewart)
Authored text for Rhizomes of Place and conducted interview with Jason M. Stewart
Isolume, conceived by Kate Parry
Invitation to visual artists, dancers, musicians, and poets to create a work about their relationship to light.
Site in progress
The Land of Here and Now: Five Years of Artists at Shared Space Studio, Thurs. June 9, 5:30 - 7:30pm
The Fed Galleries at Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University
On view June 8 - July 23, 2016
Artist Talk with Visiting Artist Emily Harris, Tues. Mar. 22, 2:30pm
Washington College, Chestertown, MD
On Gravity: Emily Harris, Brendan Hughes, Tobin Rothlein, Fri. Mar. 4, 6-9pm
AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA
"Artist Emily Harris Investigates How a Body Imprints Itself on an Environment, and Vice Versa," by Jacqueline Bishop, The Huffington Post, Feb. 7, 2016
A Roaming Performance, Sat. Oct. 17, 12noon
Kleinert/James Center for the Arts (Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild), 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY
HAND/MADE: The Digital Age and The Industrial Revolution,
Sat. Sept 5, 4-6pm (with panel discussion at 3pm)
Kleinert/James Center for the Arts (Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild), 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY
On view Sept. 4 - Oct. 18
THE|PAI|RDA|NCE|GAM|E, Sun. June 14, 4pm
Interactive choreography project performed as part of Katie Fowley's chapbook release "Dances and Parks"
The Music Pagoda, Prospect Park
Description & Images
Resonant Traces, Sun. Oct. 19, 1-4pm (artist talk and demonstration TBA)
A collaboration with sound artist Jonathan Zorn
Union Street Studio, LLC, 78 Union Street between Columbia and Van Brunt Sts., Brooklyn, NY
On view Oct. 19 - Nov. 26
Puffin Celebrates Women's History Month, Sun. Mar 2, 4pm
The Puffin Cultural Forum, 20 Puffin Way, Teaneck, NJ 07666
On view through Apr 1 - Gallery hours Tues-Thurs 12-4pm
Puffin Cultural Forum
Judson Loft, Wed. Feb 5, 8pm
Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Sq. So., NYC, 10012
On view through Mar. 1
I will be showing work at Judson Church as part of the 1 artist/month exhibition series The God Light, curated by Jay Pluck.
The God Light at Judson
Judson Memorial Church Bailout Theater
Received the Frank Hyder '72 MFA in Studio Art Award
Untitled (a living document), Fri. July 12, 6pm,
Sheila and Richard Riggs Gallery, MICA, Baltimore, MD
Untitled (Drawing a Living Document)
Thesis Talk, July 6th
Graduate Studio Center Auditorium, Baltimore, MD
OPEN WABI MAKESHIFT RESIDENCY, Oct 18-21
October 21, Google+LIVE Feed with high-school class in Washington D.C.
Open Wabi Project
Roaming Urban Soundscapes, September 9th
49 Waltzes for 5 Boroughs, (with Paul Sadowski), a restaging
of John Cage piece, performance and gallery exhibition, part of Cage Centennial
Cooper Union, Great Hall, NYC
*Review in The New Yorker, Talk of the Town, "Revival:
Mushroom Noises" by Peter Canby
Revival: Mushroom Noises, article by Peter Canby
RESIDENCY, August 5-10
August 5th, Sunday evening slide talk
Shared Space Studio
Musicircus II, June
Demo of 49 Waltzes for 5 Boroughs (with
In Progress, June/July
Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltmore, MD
weekly posting between artists, poets, writers and musicians.
Impermanent Fixtures, February 2-27, 2011, A.I.R. Gallery,
111 Front Street, Brooklyn, NY www.airgallery.org
Impermanent Fixtures, highlights work by three artists who work
fluently through sculpture, drawing, installation and video to create
objects and images, which find potential in everyday materials and inspiration
in naturally occurring phenomena. The works in Impermanent Fixtures
hint at different levels of unseen performance suggesting that the forms
will continue evolving, eroding, and multiplying
Rooted in sculpture, Biddle's work also ventures into areas of drawing
and video. She creates landscapes and objects that explore and remind
us of inner worlds, where the macrocosm and the microcosm become interchangeable.
Harris sets up a soft stampede of subtle and blunt marks that agitate
and form puzzles on the surface of her ink drawings and painted sculpture.
Her work is a hybrid of process and self-generated systems. By utilizing
large quantities of mass produced items, in this case zippers, Wolert
seeks to question predetermined perceptions by bringing the everyday into
a new light. Through cutting, disassembling and repositioning the zippers,
she explores notions of value, meaning, aesthetics and function. For this
exhibition, Wolert will create a large-scale site-specific wall installation
comprised of zippers alongside some smaller mixed media works.
In the exhibition Impermanent Fixtures the three artists invent
their own systems that mimic the natural processes of growth and decay,
sharing a fascination, respect and wonder for the natural world. A small
artist’s book documents and accompanies the exhibition.
Duck and Decoracted
Shed, September 10 - Oct 23rd, 2011, NurtureArt, 910 Grand Street
www.nurtureart.org Hung a 3-banner
fabric piece in the entrance for the show.
Day Remembers Night/ Night Remembers Day, October 2009,
Iowa City, IA; collaboration with Kate Parry. Featured in the Works in
South 3rd Street, September 2009, Iowa City, IA; collaboration
with Jenny Assef (words by J.A. written directly on wall)
(s k i n of a w a v e)
Public Space 1 September 4, 2009, Iowa City, IA
Imagine the words and the page they are written upon as being separate.
The letters become a delicate lace, forming small windows within an a,
or an o, larger windows between each word and paragraph. The lace of the
letters floats over the white page like foam on the skin of a wave. The
words are carrier birds, charged with voice and meaning. But, what is
Consider a line of poetry:
said the fish: lift me. fell me said the ash.
and the stars went suggestible to shape.
To understand this poem, the reader must participate in visualizing the
images the words introduce. The reader must rummage through her own memory
until she finds a suitable likeness for the fish, the ash tree, a formation
of stars in the sky. This process benefits both the reader and the poet.
Without the exterior cues that the poet's words provide, the reader's
memories would lie sleeping, possibly fall away. Without a reader, the
poet's words are equally dormant. The white of the page isn't empty, it
is full of all it allows us to imagine. The page becomes a screen on which
we can see the poet's thoughts and the reader's memories collide. It's
here, that an exchange takes place and a new, collaborative image is formed.
This exhibit is meant to explore the possibilities of exchange that can
take place in these blank spaces, between artists and poets, artists and
musicians, and artists and the public.
A r t i s t s a n d W r i t e r s: Emily Harris and Jenny Assef Eleza
Jaeger, Hil Jaeger, and Katie Parry Eva Wylie Julia Schwadron Eliza Fernand
In Iowa City as a part
of The Prairie Placard Project, curated and organized
by Kate Parry, I accompanied Eliza Fernand in a rousing performance of
"Weeds Are Wildflowers"
Visiting Berlin, the soviet architecture, history, and interactive nature
of visiting and discovering a new place have made me interested in pursuing
art in public. I want to be making things that tell of a space and rely
on a space. In Berlin I began making short animations . . . to be added
to the website soon . . .
Windows Brooklyn 2009, June 6-13, 2009 in Cobble Hill
and Carroll Gardens Neighborhoods of Brooklyn. www.windowsbrooklyn.com
Day Remembers Night/ Night Remembers Day
From a flock of starlings to the shape of bricks and the movement of shadow,
Kate Parry and Emily Harris loosely translate scenes in front of the window
at 315 Court Street. As if the window had an awareness, like the ocean
in the book Solaris by Ukrainian writer Stanislaw Lem, it absorbs images
from the day and night and incorporates this memory into dreams. Parry
and Harris use the window's reflective dreams to show the day images to
the night, and the night images to the day.
A conversation between "Night" and "Day" will accompany
the week-long project.
Come meet the artists Saturday, June 13th, 2-4PM.
Thank you to Carla at Ola Baby and the curators of Windows Brooklyn.
2nd Annual Represent Brooklyn, April 11th - May 9th,
Show includes: Paintings, Photography, Mix Media & Sculptures by Artists
from Brooklyn whose artwork is inspired by Brooklyn.
TRA GALLERY (The Rising Arts Gallery)
35 Claver Place loft #1
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Gallery Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 12 - 6 pm; Monday - Friday (by appointment)
Sunday, December 7 - Christian DeFilippo, Emily Harris, and Daniel Peterson
Subletters Gallery is happy to invite you to their third show, a wild
combination of Christian DeFilippo, Emily Harris, and Daniel Peterson.
These artists share a commitment to subtle beauties, as well as life's
mysterious intimacies. DeFilippo saturates his collages with color, patterns
and vibrant figures. Harris seduces scraps and orphaned materials into
lovely compositions and sculptures. While Peterson extracts mood and personal
instincts from both his absorbing text drawings, and his naturalistic
photographs. Subletters Gallery is officially in high gear with shows
every Sunday in December, before x-mas. However, this is a show not to
Review of the Show in Bushwick BK.com
For the month of August,
I am in Afton, MN for a residency. This picture is of the neighboring
meadow - with Bison! (not pictured)
Check back in the Fall for new work.
"Unbridled Dawn," by Susan Bee
I curated the A.I.R. New York Gallery Artists' group show and a night
of performance that included: Eliza Fernand, Ari Tabei, Erica Magrey and
Rob Van Erve.
SCENE CHANGE: The New York Gallery Artists, curated by
June 24 - July 19,
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 26th, 6 - 8 pm. www.airgallery.org
Friday, July 18th at 6pm, A.I.R. Performance Night!
511 West 25th Street, #301
New York, NY 10001
MOVIE NIGHT UNDER THE BQE, April, 2008
Projected video under the BQE. Minimal and slowed-down, the video documented
the figures and sounds that were reflected in this piece by Ronald Davis.
The highly-reflective all-resin work was hung above the MoMA reception
Please, April 4 - August 1, International traveling exhibition:
New York, NY; Bratislava, Slovak Republic; The Museum of Arts & Crafts,
Itami-shi, Japan; Yokohama, Japan For online catalog http://yourdocumentsplease.com; http://yourdocumentsplease.com/pages/catalog/harris.html
REPRESENT: Series of
intergenerational feminist dialogues. Open to the public. Organized by
Nancy Azara and myself as well as Nancy Friedemann, Simone Meltesen, Katherine
Dolgy Ludwig and others. REPRESENT Feminist Roundtable. A.I.R. Gallery,
NYC, NY. Topic: WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution at P.S.1
Print Edition, Red Cloud at Sundown, 2007, Produced in conjunction with
A Kind of Love, Ai Gallery, Chicago, IL For more information contact Kim
Hoffman @ firstname.lastname@example.org
April 26 - 30, bridge ArtFair chicago07
April 20 - June 2, 4 person show curated by Erika Somogyi. We are flying
to Chicago to install the show and will be there during the VERSION07
A Kind of Love, Ai Gallery, Chicago, IL
Kelie Bowman www.cindersgallery.com
Erica Magrey www.ericamagrey.com
Erika Somogyi www.throughthetrees.net