Putnam Graphics, Residency Exhibition, 2024
February 20 – March 5, 2024
MacDowell, Peterborough, NH

Xerox Jacket, Solo Exhibition, 2022
October 8 – November 19, 2022
Modest Common

To xerox is to represent the outermost layer of information; to render marks as pixels as marks on cellulose; to conjure signals into substrates; to duplicate as a mode of practice; to document images across lighted surfaces; to fossilize gestures both corporeal and automated; to depict with graphic precision and material imprecision; to scan the depths of resemblances; to interface and to transcend the interface; to enter and exit digital workflows of binary dialect; to conflate electricity and chemistry and craft and machine; to compile and strip away generations of generative feedback; to copy and to copy and to copy.
To jacket is to represent the outermost layer of information; to wrap in warp and weft; to stitch and hem and weave and unite constituents so as to define a frame; to assemble an ensemble; to style the indispensable; to line bare life with structures of color and texture and position; to collage the inert into the communicative; to clothe in composition; to proffer form to the formless; to pledge manner to matter; to canvas in canvas; to speak for the ineffable; to prepare an anatomy for prying eyes; to settle shape and limit to boundless grids and boundless energy.

Text by Shane Reiner-Roth

HOLY CRAP, Group Exhibition, 2022
August 20 – September 17, 2022
Modest Common

Domestic tools, Domestic furniture - Ink, pencil, card stock, cardboard, flashe, on sewn canvas,
34 x 42.75 in (86.4 x 108.6 cm), 2022

A group show displayed in a wide range of formats, the work in the gallery represents fragments of everyday household objects, settings, and textures that have been pushed out of their comfort zone. From the domestic comes an exploration of remaking familiar items and spaces in ways inspired by the intensities of fanaticism, mysticism, and ritualism - a fever dream of domestic space through furniture, video, textile, sculpture and painting.

Photo credit: Michael Schaefer. Courtesy of Art Omi.

Art Omi, Residency, 2022
June 5 - 19, 2022