Wake came down like it went up, with some help from the students at UWO - thanks much!
A kaleidoscopic video installation slicing through Lake Winnebago will be open November 10th to December 8th 2022 at Allen Priebe Gallery at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. There will be an artist talk at 5 pm in the Arts and Communications Center Room S149 and a reception in the gallery from 6-7:30pm.
September 2022 Some test photos and video for the installation at UWO Allen Priebe Gallery:
August 2022 The proposed installation for the UW Oskosh Annex gallery has been accepted and moved downstairs to the Allen Priebe Gallery and has expended in scope. It will be opening to the public November 10th to December 8th 2022, with a reception and artist talk from 5-6pm and a reception at the gallery from 6-7:30pm on Thursday November 10th. November 2021 Working on a proposal for an installation at UW Oshkosh.
October 2021 Ring of Bone has finally resurfaced after a pandemic pause, premiering virtually on October 2nd in the 2021 Here Now Festival as performed by the Hex ensemble. You can check it out on Youtube, along with David Harris's wonderful introduction, which starts about about 30 minutes into the 46 minute concert. You can read more about our original collaboration in 2010 here, and hear an earlier performance here.
July 2021 The Bubbler guide to Making Your Way Through a Pandemic has been moving in fits and starts and due to the relative opening up of things, it has been revised into The Bubbler Guide to Making Your Way Though. The print version is still up in the air somewhere, but you can download the latest version to print your own sketchbook filled with surreal visual prompts to help you draw, write or document you way through what ever it is you need to get through.
February 2021 It's been a busy pandemic winter.
Bubbler Things: Working with fellow artists in residence Hellen Ascoli, Ashley Lusietto, Rebecca Vickers and the awesome Bubblerians Trent Miller and Carly Latimer to produce a Guide to Making Your Way through the Pandemic, a DIY makers kit to assist local families struggling through this spat of virtual education and pandemic isolation. More information here and link to download your own guide coming soon!
Winter is Alive! is a multi-disciplinary event fusing art and spectacle to revision climate change and activate global relationship, for which Rachel Bruya and myself have resurrecting the Little Monroe Gallery. CureWater is a sculptural installation on the ice just off Turville Point Conservation Park on Lake Monona. More info and a map of how to find it here.