may through june
Guest Curator - Phillip Edward Niemeyer
grayDUCK gallery and Phillip Edward Niemeyer present a show of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and design for anaglyph 3-D glasses. Some of the work uses traditional anaglyph 3-D in unconventional ways. Other pieces exploit the red/blue color filtering of the glasses to purposefully short the optic signals to the mind, creating illusory vibrations and a new color, a hot violet. Artists: Alec Dartley, Dan Forbes, Dana McClure, Hannah Cole, James Blagden, Joseph Phillips, Mike Reddy, Nicole Stone, Phillip Edward Niemeyer, Rebecca Rothfus, Ryan Junell, Shawn Camp & Tanya Newton-John.
As a companion piece to the show, experimental label Aagoo is releasing DOUBLE MONO, a compilation recorded in double mono: the left and right chanels play distinct sounds. Double Mono features music and sounds by Palaxy Tracks, John Saba Jr., Devin Maxwell, !!!, Jim Eno, The Octopus Project, AU and Erin Flannery & Zach Layton. The limited pressing of 300 will be available at the gallery for the duration of the show. Opening reception sponsored by Dripping Springs Texas Vodka and features red and blue drinks by The Goodtime Gals.
(1979, New Jersey) is a New York-based visual artist and designer working across a variety of mediums including graphic design, printmaking, and timebased media. Ms. McClure teaches at Parsons School of Design and NYU. Her current focus is on self-initiated visual art and product design – from fine art prints to handprinted textiles.
(1973, Englewood, New Jersey) is a painter and sculptor working from Jersey City, New Jersey. He received his BA from Parsons School of Design (95) and was later awarded the prestigious Skowhegan residency. Mr. Dartley’s paintings explore the psychic space between intuition and composition and have been shown at Jessica Murray, Luxe Gallery, and others. He is also the founder of Aagoo, a label for experimental and emerging musicians and sound artists.
(1974, Decatur, Illinois) is a photographer working from Woodstock, New York. His photos have appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, V, Time Magazine, Numero, Wired, and others.
(1978, St. Louis, MO) is a painter working in Brooklyn, New York. Ms. Cole has exhibited internationally, and received numerous awards, including fellowships at the Ucross Foundation and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation. She recently had a show at Galleria Atlantica in Vicenza, Italy and she will have solo show May, 2013, at Slag Gallery in Bushwick.
(1982, Denver, Colorado) is an artist and director, based in New York City. His animated short film “Dock Ellis & The LSD No-No” won a jury-prize at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
(1977, Austin, Texas) is an artist working in Austin, Texas.
(1974, Reston, Virginia) is an art director and illustrator working in Brooklyn, New York. He recently illustrated “Escape Velocity: A Charles Portis Miscellany”– a collection of short pieces by the author of “True Grit”.
(1980, Darrow, Indiana) is an artist working and teaching in Boston, Massachusetts.
(1973, San Antonio, Texas) is a designer, director and principal at Double Triple, splitting time between Austin, Texas, and Brooklyn, New York. He is currently engaged in branding and video projects.
(1977, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is a visual artist based in Austin, Texas. Rothfus has exhibited in group and solo shows throughout the United States, including Galleri Urbane (TX), San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (CA), Pentimenti Gallery (PA) and Urban Arts Space at OSU (OH).
(1973, San Angelo, Texas) is an artist, animator and filmmaker working from a barn studio in Southwest Connecticut. He is a co-founder of the influential conference Webzine (1998-2005) and the organizer of the Slow Motion Film Festival (2004). He collaborates with his wife, Tanya Newton-John, as Superbarn.
(1971, Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho) is an artist whose textured oils recall aerial views of Western lands. Mr. Camp completed an MFA in painting at Virginia Commonwealth University in 1997. He moved to Austin in 1999 where he works and serves as Senior Lecturer in Painting at the School of Art and Design at Texas State University- San Marcos
(1972, Ottawa, Canada) is an artist and illustrator working from New York City. When not providing illustrations to NickJr and other Nickelodeon properties, she is working on a 3-D children’s book and raising her four multi-dimensional kids. She collaborates with her husband, Ryan Junell, as Superbarn.