Differential Ontology @ Wonzimer
June 15 - August 1, 2021
I am exhibiting a new video installation 'to burn on scorched earth' at Wonzimer Gallery as part of the group show 'Differential Ontology'. Exhibition curated by Khang Nguyen.
“Differential Ontology” examines the inner nature of beings by developing a concept of difference as foundational, rather than thinking of difference as merely an observable contrast between self-identical beings.
'Atmospheres Deep' at SLOMA
Atmospheres Deep is a multimedia group exhibition presented by SUPERCOLLIDER and the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. SUPERCOLLIDER is a Los Angeles based gallery that “creates immersive science+art experiences…that vividly reclaim our future and explore our present.”
2021 AICAD/NOAA Fisheries Art + Science Fellowship
June 2021 - February 2022
Isabel Beavers, 2021 AICAD/NOAA Fisheries Art + Science Fellow, will produce a creative project in response to NOAA’s commitment to protection and restoration of nearshore habitat for salmon and killer whale populations. Beavers will complete a 6-week residency with NOAA Fisheries during July 2021, followed by a period off-site to research, produce, and distribute creative work.
Off-Earth: Arctic Origin at Torrance Art Museum (TAM)
CO/LAB 5 – LOS ANGELES AND THE WORLD
An annual international, emerging artists collaborative project which presents 8 artist-run gallery/spaces in LA partnering with 8 artist-run spaces from around the world– 16 spaces create 8 curatorial projects.
Nocturne with CreaTures @ Uroboros Festival 2021
Feb 2021 - August 2021
Nocturne is a series of wild altars meant to be experienced at dusk, dawn, or at night. Participants will be invited to visit the altars and to generate their own wild altar for the more-than-human community that they live with. Nocturne will be available through XR experiences during the CreaTures Feral track at the 2021 Uroboros festival . The archive will be available through VR interactivity at the Uroboros festival.
July 2021, Art and Cake LA, Differential Ontology at Wonzimer, Genie Davis
April 2021, Art & Education, AICAD/NOAA Fisheries Art + Science Fellow 2021: Isabel Beavers
September 2020, Diversions LA, An Online Adventure in Art: The Phenomenology of Hope, Genie Davis
June 2020, Hyperallergic, Nature as Filtered Through a Screen, Louis Bury
June 2020, LA Weekly, Meet the Women Taking Art From the Gallery to Cyberspace to the Moon, Shana Nys Dambrot
May 2020, Korea JoonAng Daily, Seoul National University of Culture Culture Hub held convergence art festival 'Re-Fest'
January 2020, ArtForum, Art Central in Hong Kong Cancels Upcoming Edition, Julie Curtiss, Joins White Cube, and More, Featured Exhibition for Technosphere with SUPERCOLLIDER x FEMMEBIT at SPRING/BREAK Art Show
January 2020, For Your Art, The Long List, Featured Exhibition for A Message Space
January 2020, Art and Cake LA, The Lineup: This week’s must see art exhibits, Featured Exhibition for A Message to Space
January 2020, Curate LA, A Message to Space and Launch Party, Featured Exhibition
January 2020, LA Times, Datebook: A biennial focuses on the earthiest of materials — clay
August 2019, Breakwater Review: Writing Climate Change (Issue 25), Featured Artist
Spring 2019, “Boston’s underground art scene strays away from the ordinary,” Dani Ducharne, Atlas Magazine
May 2019 “Went There: World Memory, the Art of Data Visualization”, Gina Lindner, Boston Hassle
March 2019, “Went There: MELT at the FPAC Gallery”, William Kryjak, Boston Hassle
January 2019 “The Ticket: what’s happening in the local art world”, Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe
January 2019 “5 Things To Do This Weekend From A Hip-Hop
Declaration To Women Artists Shattering Ceilings”, Amelia Mason, WBUR Artery
January 2019, “TOP ART EVENTS, EXHIBITIONS AND SHOWS IMO” Chloe DuBois, Boston Hassle
December 2018, “WENT THERE: FOUNTAIN STREET GALLERY – A SPACE, INVADED”, William Kryjak, Boston Hassle
October 2018 “ARTISTS RECEPTION – MAPPING WORLDS 2 (HELLO SPACEUS ANNEX!!)” Boston Hassle
April 2017 “Expect to see more in the future from these up and coming artists”, Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe