A mixed media installation created while attending The Wassaic Project artist residency. Photos taken by Danny Ghitis.
Art is integral to DOT’s goal of world class streets. Artists help to transform the landscape from ordinary to extraordinary with temporary, unexpected interventions – colorful murals, dynamic light projections, thought-provoking sculptures.
Public plazas, fences, barriers, footbridges, and sidewalks serve as canvases for temporary art in all five boroughs. DOT’s Urban Art initiatives rely on partnerships with community organizations and the creativity of artists to present site-responsive artwork. DOT Urban Art has presented over 100 inspiring projects since October 2008.
Member Curated Exhibition: Delineations
Exhibition: January 3 – 26, 2013
Artist: Megan Mosholder
Curated by Amy Leibrand
Location: The Ohio Art League Gallery
1552 N. High St
Columbus, Ohio 43201
Video by Andrew Ina
Music by Shawn Tegtmeier
“Non-Fiction Gallery is a contemporary exhibition space located in Savannah, GA, that curates multimedia group exhibitions and host local and international artists working in video, performance and installation.” I was invited to participate in their grand opening show in 2012, Open Book. The work I presented their was entitled, Trifecta (By the Skin on My Teeth), an installation created out of screw-eyes, mason line, acrylic and wood. This was the first “site-specific” installation that I built off-site and shipped. It was a nerve wracking experience but ultimately a good one.
“Slideluck Potshow (SLPS) is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to building and strengthening community through food and art. SLPS operates multimedia slideshows combined with potluck dinners in about fifty cities around the world.”
I’m thinking about submitting to this… you can too!