“EIGHTEEN” is a three person show exhibiting the works of Dev Harlan, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong and Jayoung Yoon. The work is on view from September 15 – October 14th, 2016 at the Usagi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
“Mineral Conciousness and Unremarkeable Stars” is an exhibtion at the Sharjah Art Museum (UAE) as part of the 18th Annual Islamic Arts Festival 2015, titled “Nour” (Light). The one month exhibit featured works from an international group of artists working with geometry, pattern and traditional Islamic arts.
Excited to have been included in the first publication of HOLO magazine, a survey of emerging digital practices in art, science and technology. Put together by the hard working people at CreativeApplications.net (CAN), with a great set of contributors and supporters. Check out more from the publication here.
“Suffolk Deluxe Electric Bicycle” (2012) is a collaboration with crochet artist Olek, first shown at NY Studio Gallery in LES. The Work is a plaster sculpture of a bicycle with video projection incorporating Olek’s signature crochet patterns. The has now found a permanent home with a collector in Miami.
Christopher Henry Gallery, On View Thurs Sept. 28th – Sat Oct. 30th, 2013
Pleased to present a solo show featuring two installations of sculpture and video across two floors of the gallery. Continuing the use of geometric pattern and surface, the new work introduces irregularity and unpredictability in both process and language.
Opening reception: Thursday September 28th, 6-8pm
Exhibited as part of a two person show at Christopher Henry Gallery with Ritta Ikonen.
Opening Reception Thursday September 28th, 6-9pm, 2012.
“Fissure Triplet” is a commissioned video projection sculpture for a private residence in Singapore. The work is an approximately 2m x 3m welded aluminum surface for which I was fortunate to work with SITU studios for fabrication.
A WhiteBox Benefit Auction, 04/25/2012
Organized by Ethan Cohen and Whitebox Gallery shortly after Ai Wei Wei’s release from prison in 2012. In solidarity and support proceeds from donated artworks and scores of postcards were given to the artist.
Installation view at Christopher Henry Gallery of the three dimensional work “Parmenides I”.
First solo show with Christopher Henry Gallery. The ground floor will feature “Parmenides I”, a three-dimensional work using surround projection mapping.
Excited to be invited for solo show in a new Williamsburg project space operated by Nadja Nebas. The show will feature two new large scale light sculptures.
On View form March 5th-17th at Rouge 58 Gallery: 555 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn NY.
Exhibited work in the group show “T-Minus 20” at Christopher Henry Gallery. Curated by Jason Leblond and Ves Pitts.