Yesterday was the 7th Annual Rainbow Book Fair here in New York. bd and NLSP partnered this year to set up a table at our very first ever book fair. It was a great experience. If you came out to see us, THANK YOU! And if we met you for the first time, THANK YOU! We loved sharing our work with you and we really appreciate your support. We had the pleasure of Stefanie Masciandaro helping us woman our table all day. This woman rocks! You’ll definitely want to check out her work in Startling Sci-Fi.
Tonight is my lecture at Bushwick Art Crit Group! It’s also the very first BACG Artist Book Fair. I have pulled together several of my books to take to the fair tonight.
- “The Language of History” (with an intro by Christopher Stout)
- “singing” postcard set
- “INTERSECTION” (exhibition catalog)
- “INTERSECTION” (set of zines)
- “The Mountain”
- “bad skin”(an as-yet-unpublished book work)
Other artists will include Meg Atkinson, Sophia Chizuco, James Morrisson, Drew Van Diest, and Milo Wissig.
For more information about the fair, check out the BACG Tumblr and I hope to see you tonight!
I’m super excited to announce my appearance at the upcoming Bushwick Art Crit Group session. BACG is an amazing community of creative folks and I couldn’t be more pleased to show my work there. I’ll be giving a short lecture about some of my recent projects… I might even give a preview of an exciting new project too!
Come see me and the other talented artists, including Lauren Britton, Alison Causer, Susan Luss, Matt Jones, Michael Serafino, and Christopher Stout. This is a not-to-be-missed session!
For more information about BACG, see http://bushwickartcritgroup.com/
I’m pleased to announce a new solo art show of my photography from the Jordan’s Journey project. It opens Tuesday, 5 June 2012, in Summerville, Georgia at the Summerville Library. I will be presenting a lecture that night at 6pm as part of the show. For those who can’t make it in the evening I am also presenting a lecture the day before at 2pm at the LaFayette-Walker Public Library. This marks the first outing for my art work in my native state (and first show under the name Jordan M. Scoggins).
I hope you will come out to say hello and check out my work.
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