I know, I have not been posting regularly. But I'm going to try to make up to you with a series of posts between now and the end of the year. Everything you'll see comes from exhibitions that took place in September and October and will take place through the end of November.
Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us), Wall 1
We start in Brooklyn at the studio of Julian Jackson, where he and Jeffrey Cortland Jones installed a one-night-only showing of Jones's traveling curatorial project, Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us). The concept: a social experiment bringing artists together via pixels. Jones invited a couple hundred artists from 16 countries to email him a black and white image of something of interest to us--an artwork, a photograph, a notebook page, a working drawing. Each exhibiting venue printed out the images on 8.5 by 11-inch sheets and push-pinned them to the wall. Voila! An exhibition that traveled from Dayton, Ohio, to commercial galleries, community colleges, art schools, and art centers in such far-flung venues as Heidelberg, Germany; High Wycombe, England; Queensland, Australia; as well as Berkeley, Chattanooga, and Nashville--14 venues in all in just over one year.
Artists were identified by Jpeg printouts, like this. Below a few closer views, shot mostly from the lower rows (hey, I'm not tall)
Laura Sue King
James Austin Murray
Jeffrey Cortland Jones