Video: "Pink Bomb" (2011), in the traveling exhibition The Tool at Hand (2011-2014)
PRESS // Winter-Spring 2014
- Holland Cotter, The New York Times, Art in Review: 'The Wayland Rudd Collection' at Winkleman Gallery, Friday February 6, 2014
ARTICLES // Winter 2014
- Lost in Transmission, Copy That! Art21 Magazine Feb/Mar: Translation
- Free-Fail, Copy That! Art21 Magazine Dec/Jan: Failure
EXHIBITIONS // Winter-Spring 2014
- Being There, a pop-up exhibition curated by Amy Lipton, Elga Wimmer Gallery, Feb 1- Mar 14, 2014. Artists Talk with Amy Lipton and Roger Denson, Saturday, March 8, 3pm
- The Wayland Rudd Collection, Winkleman Gallery, NY, January 17-February 22, 2014. Traveling exhibitionand collaborative work-in-progress organized by Yevgeniy Fiks. [project: Edham the Atheist.]
- Painting the Pixel, curated by Rachel Sharp, Gallery North, University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne (Mar 3-April 11, 2014)
- The Tool at Hand traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland, Oregon (October 2, 2013 – January 11, 2014).
LIMITED EDITIONS // Winter-Spring 2014
- The Bee Kingdom Archive project has been funded! Thanks to everyone for your support.
- NOW AVAILABLE: Limited Edition prints (lithography) based on images drawn from The Bee Kingdom archive. Produced with New York artist Shannon Broder. Details
ARTIST BOOK // Winter-Spring 2014
- This small volume contains a selection of images from unmonumental, a project by Joy Garnett, with an essay by Tom McGlynn.
- The e-book is a variation on the hard copy, and includes media: two 3-minute clips of unmonumental video. It is available in iPad and iPod touch (iBooks format). The e-book is also available through the Apple iBookstore (iTunes)
PRESS // Fall-Winter 2013
- Mostafa Heddaya, Hyperallergic (Dec 19): Digitizing a Beloved Egyptian Scholar’s Archive. "Ahmed Zaky Abushady was a polymath in the Victorian mold, a preeminent Egyptian literary figure, bee scientist, inventor, and physician who found pathways between modes of thought and scholarship long before “interdisciplinary” became an academic catchall."
- Ibraaz December Newsletter (Dec 19): This month, Ibraaz features further responses to our Platform 006 question, which addressed the role of the archive in developing and sustaining a critical and culturally located art history [Joy Garnett: Alone in the Archive]
- The Atlantic (Dec 18): "NSA HQ" reproduction/illustration.
- Tyler Green, Modern Art Notes / ArtInfo (Dec 11): Wednesday Links: "Artist and copyright/fair-use expert Joy Garnett has a new column for art21 magazine (which seems to be a re-branding and a re-presentation of art21’s blog). Her first piece [sic] looks at artists riffing on other artists, and is quite terrific."
- Fräulein Magazine (Nov 11): Im Wandel der Zeit: Launch der Pop-up Show VIBE - Allgemein – 07.11.2013
- Benjamin Sutton, in Cyborg Manifesto (Oct 6): "Joy Garnett's spectacular painting 'Pink Bomb' (2011) from the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft's summer show The Tool at Hand." [LINK]
- Enda McCaffrey in Modern & Contemporary France (Routledge, Oct 31, 2013): Review of Virilio and Visual Culture (Edinburgh University Press, 2013)
ARTICLES + CHAPTERS // Fall-Winter 2013
- Alone in the Archive. This essay was published in response to Ibraaz Platform 006: What role can the archive play in developing and sustaining a critical and culturally located art history? (November 6, 2013)
- They Are the World. Premiere issue of Art21 Magazine, Oct/Nov: "Becoming an Artist." Joy Garnett launches her new column with some thoughts on copying and archival tendencies in the 21st century.
- Towards a New Ecology of Time, in Virilio and Visual Culture (Edinburgh University Press, Oct 2013), edited by John Armitage and Ryan Bishop.
- Pitiless Art, in The Virilio Dictionary (Edinburgh University Press, Oct 2013), edited by John Armitage.
EXHIBITIONS // Fall-Winter 2013
- #unmonumental: a collaborative project: Artist Joy Garnett, and CCRI art students. Rhode Island Community College, Knight Campus Art Gallery, Nov 5 - Dec 5, 2013. Curated by Ricardo Rivera and conceived by Joy Garnett, an artist who has collected a database of pictures that students can experience and respond to, creating their own work based on the random images that Garnett has captured. “I’m really interested in creating social interaction where students become more engaged,” [Rivera] added. “Not just coming in and responding visually, but actually, physically, being a part of what’s going on in the gallery.” via CCRI.edu
- Digital Sensation, Baltic | 39, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (September 7-21 2013). This British Science Festival exhibition organised by Rachel Sharp and BALTIC Professor Christine Borland shows how contemporary painters are harnessing the creative potential of digital media.
- VIBE, Suite 303, NYC. Curated by Mary Ann Strandell (Dec 8-9). VIBE exhibition is a grouping of four artists whose work exemplifies a vibration of change and experimentation.
- Containment, part of 'Water', a year-long intitiative at Proteus Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY (September 15-December 20 2013). The exhibition will explore how we seek to control water, not only to hold, preserve, enjoy and consume but also to deter, thwart and impede it.
- The Tool at Hand is a group exhibition of artists and makers that originated at the Milwaukee Art Museum (Dec 8 - Apr 1, 2012). The Tool at Hand traveled to the Philadelphia Art Alliance (Feb 1 - Apr 28, 2013). and the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (May 31 - September 8), and the Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland, Oregon (October 2, 2013 – January 11, 2014). A comprehensive Tool at Hand website is now live, and a print to order exhibition catalog with essays and interviews by curators and the artists. To order a hard copy or download a PDF of the catalog, please go to the Exhibition Info section on the exhibition site: http://toolathand.org/#exhibition-info Watch my 'Tool' video on Artbabble: http://www.artbabble.org/video/chipstone/tool-hand-joy-garnett