SELECTED EXHIBITIONS


2022


Floating Sculpture, Nashawannuck Pond, Easthampton, MA


2021


SculptureNow, The Mount, Lenox, MA


2019


Abundance, Art in the Orchard Biennial, Park Hill Orchard, Easthampton, MA


2018


Bridging Our Community, XTCA outdoor sculpture exhibition, UMass Amherst
with Amherst HS students


2016


Lines, a multi-disciplinary salon, Long Island City, NY


2015


“Holiday Salon,” Lesley Heller Workspace


“Barely There,” Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY, curated by P. Matsuda-Dunn


“Speaking Volumes and Voids,” Governors Island, New York, NY


2014


“Intimate Forest,” Tabla Rasa Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


“Enticing Luminosity,” curated by Olive Ayhens, Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY


2013


“All Away,” Project for Empty Space’s Etiquette for Lucid Dreaming, Gateway II, Newark Penn Station, NJ, a FIELD TRIP project of Pamela Matsuda-Dunn, Larry Dunn, Andy Monk, and Leonora Loeb with guest artist Ken Butler


“All Away,” Northside Town Hall Community & Cultural Center present a performance at Engine Company 212 Firehouse, Brooklyn, NY, a FIELD TRIP project with guest artists Ken Butler and Patrick Derivaz


No Longer Empty’s “How Much Do I Owe You?” Meenakshi Thirukode’s performance at The Clock Tower, Long Island City, NY. Multimedia set, collaboration with Leonora Loeb


2010-2013


Ongoing: Twitter 7-day novels (@pmdart)


2012


“Wish You Were Here,” citydrift (with Larry Dunn, Leonora Loeb, Andy Monk), Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY


“The Artist as Storyteller,” The Compound Gallery, Oakland, CA


“The Things Between,” The Shirey, Brooklyn, NY


2011


“Science and Art,” Montgomery College, Rockville, MD


“Urban Legend,” curated by Leonora Loeb, Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY


“Last Book,” curated by Luis Camnitzer, NYPL (Aguilar Branch), 3rd site for work


2010-2011


“Attract/Repel,” Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY


2010


“Chemical Reactions,” Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY


“Menagerie of the Mind,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI


“Last Book,” curated by Luis Camnitzer, Zentral Bibliothek, Zurich, Switzerland


2009


Natural Histories, Central Booking Art Space, Brooklyn, NY


“Shashin-Ka Slide Show,” curated by George Hirose, Drom Art Space, New York, NY


“Threads: Interweaving Textu®al Meaning,” Center for Book Arts, New York, NY


2008-09


“Last Book,” curated by Luis Camnitzer, National Library of Argentina


2008


“Antigones,” Garnica LEIMAY at Joyce SoHo, New York, NY


2007


“Booked,” ABC No Rio, New York, NY


“Evidence and Residues: An Investigation of Contemporary Drawing,” Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN


2005


2-person exhibition at PS 122, New York, NY


2004-05


“Art-o-Mat,” Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, NY; MOCA-LA; MOCA Cleveland, et al


2004


“Sticker Throw,” KCDC Skate Shop, Brooklyn, NY


2003


“Fresh,” Art-o-Mat, NURTUREart, Brooklyn, NY


2004


“This is for Real: War and the Contemporary Audience,” Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY


2002


“Light at the End,” an installation at P.S. 122


2004


Raid Projects @ Spring Armory Show, New York, NY


RESIDENCIES


2021


MAP Space Residency, Easthampton City Arts, Easthampton, MA


2006


Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA


2003


Atlantic Center for the Arts, Associate Artist, Master Artists-in-Residence program, New Smyrna Beach, FL


GRANTS


2020


Foundation for Contemporary Art


2007


George Sugarman Foundation Grant


2005-06


Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space


PERMANENT COLLECTION


2000


The College of New Jersey


various


private collections


PUBLICATIONS


Fall 2006


Art-o-Mat “Unpacked” Book, 18 selected art-o-mat artists in limited edition


Spring 2005


“One Less: Art on the Range,” inaugural issue (literary arts magazine)


EDUCATION



Reed College


Pacific Northwest College of Art