I’m excited to have a show opening Friday, March 30th, 2018 at Clay Street Press in Cincinnati. It’s called “Very Well Then,” and is a group of new artworks that grew out of experiments with fabric, pattern, and composition. My brother Paul Coors will also be presenting some new artworks called “RUBBLE” there the same night. Please come check it out!
I'm honored to have two new drawings included in The Nothing That Is: A Drawing Show in Five Parts, which opens this Friday, March 10th at The Carnegie in Covington, Kentucky. Co-curated by North-Carolina-based curator/artist Bill Thelen, this expansive group exhibition (over 120 artists represented!) will combine artists of national and international stature alongside works by artists based in the Cincinnati region. The various sections of the exhibition will explore the practice of drawing from the very traditional, to conceptual practices, to community-based activity.
The Nothing That Is: A Drawing Show in Five Parts
Opening Reception: Friday, March 10, 2017, 5:30-9pm
Show runs through April, 2017
Map to The Carnegie: https://goo.gl/maps/M6VTM8U98ZU2
For more information and a full list of artists, check out the Facebook event page HERE.
This Friday night, come check out viDEO sAVant—PATTERN LOGIC, an event that features live video/live music collaboration from a great group of artists, and a wall treatment created by yours truly. Hosted by Modern Makers. Hope to see you there!
ViDEO sAVant—Pattern Logic—Live Cinema
Friday, June 10, 8:30—10:30pm
3501 Burnet Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229
Map to event: https://goo.gl/maps/ysTWpXTVYHT2
viDEO sAVant makes live cinema—collaborative audio/visual improvisation with music and images responding to each other in real time. Rather than the traditionally static relationship between screen, film and audience, ViDEO sAVant engages with the built environment of the performance space through the use of multiple projections, and by dynamically moving those projections within the space.
Matt Coors—wall treatment
Ofir Klemperer—live electronics
Sayak Shome—live image mix
Charles Woodman—live image mix
Be sure to check out Geo Necro, which opens from 6—9pm this Friday, May 6th at ADA Gallery in Richmond, VA. I have a drawing included in the show, which features work by 86 artists, and was curated by Ryan Browning and Casey Jex Smith. Geo Necro explores themes of fantasy, magic, and the performative transcendence of role-playing games. All works from the exhibition have been compiled into a publication and playable fantasy role-playing game in the style of Dungeons and Dragons, printed in an edition of 200. This exhibition will feature the original art, the publication, a marathon playing of the game in the gallery by artists, and a performance by Casey Jex Smith.
For more info: http://geonecro.com