Sounds like fun if you’re in New York!
Posted on Tuesday, April 2nd 2013
Audio of an interview I did with Jeremy Abernathy of Burnaway for ArtSpeak on AM1690 about the installation of Unphotographable currently on view in “Shadow Puppets” at GSU. Interview also features Daniel Bejar whose work is included in the show.
Posted on Thursday, January 31st 2013
“Tuning ‘77” - a seamless audio supercut of an entire year of the Grateful Dead tuning their instruments, live on stage. Chronologically sequenced, this remix incorporates every publicly available recording from 1977, examining the divide between audience expectation and performance anxiety.
Source: all 1977 recordings from archive.org’s collection, as of December 5th, 2012.
Here’s a television interview I did with Good Day Sacramento about the project.
Posted on Tuesday, December 11th 2012
If this week’s speeches (not last week’s!) left you all hyped-up about the election, and you want to hang on to that confetti-in-the-air feelin’, there are still a few of these left @20x200 from my “So Help Me” project. Snag one!
(via Super Rally, So Help Me, by Michael David Murphy | 20x200)
Posted on Friday, September 7th 2012
“This is a Picture…” opens Saturday in Vevey, Switzerland, and I have work in the show with one of my favorite artists, Erik Kessels. Michael Chylinski’s found photographs round-out the selection. It’s on view through Sept. 30th, as part of Vevey’s “Festival Images”.
If you speak French, apparently there will be translations available. Wish I could attend! (Too busy running Atlanta’s photo festival and being a dad, it seems!)
Posted on Thursday, September 6th 2012
I have work in “This is a picture…” opening in Vevey, Switzerland on Sept. 8th through the 30th, as part of the Festival Images bienniel. Drawings from Unphotographable will be shown alongside work from Erik Kessels and Michael Chylinski.
Posted on Tuesday, August 28th 2012
My Name Is
Posted on Wednesday, May 23rd 2012
Last Chance Alert - 14 Jim Crow Rd.’s left @20x200 #notjimcroceroad
Posted on Saturday, March 17th 2012
Quick peek at how my studio looked last Spring, at about 2min40sec, but don’t skip!
Posted on Friday, February 3rd 2012
Susana Raab took that picture three years ago when we saw the Robert Frank show at the National Gallery. Back when I was in my “I’m Where Waldo Is” phase.
Posted on Thursday, February 2nd 2012
Opening Night for “Day Job” at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center
Posted on Saturday, January 14th 2012
I have a piece in “Day Job”, curated by Nina Katchadourian and Stuart Horodner, which opens tonight at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center at 7pm. Good Food truck will be there!
Here’s the idea behind the show:
Day Job: Georgia brings together 15 artists whose various modes of employment have a clear link to the art that they produce. Selected from a statewide call for submissions that yielded hundreds of applicants, those chosen work in the food, architecture, gardening, sales, security, customer service, home improvement, and childcare industries.
I made my piece while driving (while seated) to my day job, over the course of a month or so, while stuck-in (and/or slowly moving through) Atlanta’s irreducible traffic.
Posted on Friday, January 13th 2012
Posted on Thursday, January 12th 2012
Reblogged from Blog : Shane Butler