2 Events in NYC for October 2019 [One in November too, details forthcoming]:
SVA MFA Computer Arts faculty exhibition, along with alumni and faculty. Please come and say hi at the reception.
I ____ America and America ____ Me!
SVA Flatiron Gallery, 133 West 21st Street, Exhibition on View: October 19 – November 16, 2019
Reception: October 24, 2019 from 6 – 8pm
Open studios at the NARS building where I did a residency last year. J&M studios are in the same building, and as a guest I will present varied experiments in a studio on the 2nd floor. Come say hi!
Friday, October 18, 6 – 9 pm,
Saturday, October 19, 12 – 5 pm
J&M STUDIOS provides short and long term based rental work spaces essential for an community that seeks to develop their creative works and build their professional career.
Participating artists: Abigail Levine, Alison Owen, Caitlin Clifford, Claudia Cortinez, Daniel Eric Glass, Daniel Jay Genova, Elena Soterakis, Frank Born, Fred Fleisher, Fred Poisson, Hiromitsu Kuroo, Homer Shew, Ioana Manolache, Jade Chan, Jahyun Seo, Jelena Prljević, John Roach, Joshua Nierodzinski, Joyce McKee, Julia Elsas, Kathie Halfin, Kelvin Fichter, Keren Anavy, Laura Hildevert, Linda Loh, Mami Kosemura, Mark E Johnson, Naomi Nakazato, Niamul Bari, Noël St. John Harnden, Pesya Altman, Robert Melzmuf, Sandra Lapage, Sara Galkin, Sophia Chizuco, Tadasuke Jinno, Takayuki Matsuo, William Miller, Xavier Petromelis, Yasmeen Abdallah, and Yi Xin TONG
A busy time in 2019; please see CV for details.
New York Exhibition:
Opening Friday 16th November 6-8pm:
‘Sixteen Memos for the Next Millenium‘ featuring NARS Residency artists.
Nov 16th – Dec 14th, 2018. 201 46th St, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, New York.
2 video /projection works were included in group exhibition “”Slippery When”, Manningham Art Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. 29th August to 6th October. Details Slippery When Exhibition Manningham Art Gallery
An exciting year for artist residencies:
Linda Loh has been selected to participate in an intensive 2 month artist residency program at Arteles in Finland. This will be held during July and August 2018.
She has also been selected for the international residency program at the New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) from October to December 2018.
The exhibition Phone Booth was on view until Saturday 21st April at Arcade Project Space, 1/119 Hopkins St, Footscray, Victoria, Australia. Gallery hours 12-5pm Wed-Sat. Facebook event here and details at www.arcadeproject.space.
See Projects list for some recent site updates, works in progress, etc. For example, the digital painting project “Medium”
Visit Off Site Project “Inside the Artist’s Studio with Aaron Scheer” part of The Wrong – New Digital Art Biennale . Linda Loh was invited to curate a new configuration for the show which was on view for 2 weeks from Wednesday 29th November 2017.
Upon invitation to the “Professional” category, 2 works have been contributed to the Cube Art Project, in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. The Cube is a large 3D screen in the Railyard district of the city, and from July 2017 until January 2018, a range of digital art will be showing.
For the second year, the video work “Lure” featured in the Sunshine Coast Horizon Festival, held 25 AUG – 3 SEP 2017. A still from the video features on the cover of the festival program.
From May 19th to 21st 2017, work was once again included in the projection festival Digital Graffiti, in Florida, USA. More info on the Digital Graffiti website and in this Digital Arts Online UK news article .
Launched by Dr. Peter Hill Thursday 9th February: Bluestonia: Local – 24/7, a group of 31 artists in an ongoing exhibition of art works installed in a number of Brunswick bluestone lanes. The work, Rescued, is in the lane between Mountfield and Howard Streets, Brunswick. More details, including locations, are on the Bluestonia Facebook page.
On Friday 3rd February, the video work Lure was one of 5 art projections included in the Banyule City Council Lunar New Year Celebrations, at Bell Street Mall, Heidelberg, Melbourne, Australia. Click here to view the Banyule City Council Lunar Festival Art Projections Program with information about all the artists and the works.
Also, Lure, which was a finalist in the 2015 Sunshine Coast New Media Art Prize, and was the feature image and projection at Horizon festival of arts and culture, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia, in 2016, has again been chosen to feature in this festival in 2017 and 2018.
This one-off digital fabric print Burnt Orange was showing in the Alternating Current Art Space Summer Salon exhibition. The exhibition was on view until Saturday 17th December.
New work “O” was presented as part of The Spaces are are important as the words, a group show at Yarra Sculpture Gallery, in Melbourne, from 31st August – 11th September.
The video work “Glyph”, was a feature of a duo exhibition “Deliria” at Tinning Street Presents during June 2016.