The Headlands Center for the Arts will be hosting their Spring Open House this Sunday, April 19. I’ll be showing my video “Headlands : North” which comprises one-quarter of a larger installation to be exhibited there in May. The Open House is free to the public and runs from 12 noon – 5 PM. My studio is on the top floor of Building 945.
I’m participating in Watershed Moments, a multimedia exploration of the natural world, curated by Janna Alfred. The exhibition opens at the San Francisco State University Art Gallery on Thursday April 2, 2015 from 5-9 PM and runs through April 21st.
LV sketchbook page 065 stylizes the constellation Scorpius, considered to be among the oldest constellations recognized by human civilizations. Read more about Scorpius and its significance through the ages in my latest Long View blog post.
PULP ATLAS, a series of artist book exhibitions featuring the work of 12 artists experimenting with the book form, opens at Needles & Pens in San Francisco on Thursday November 13 at 7 PM. I’ll be showing XOPAN, my new artist’s book inspired by ancient Aztec culture, and participating in an artists’ discussion with Tim Schwartz and Christopher Kardambikis, moderated by Roberto Trujillo, Head of Stanford’s Special Collections.
The show will be up until December 14th at Needles & Pens‘ new location, 1173 Valencia Street. Open daily, 12-7 PM.
My newest Long View Project sketchbook page is the fifth in a series of proposed Antarctic flag designs. This one depicts an abstraction of Pictor, a constellation of the southern skies. Details on my Long View Project blog hosted by the California Academy of Sciences.