The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City has acquired four coded algorithmic drawings created in 1975, and this digital textile created in 1979 for their Digital Art Collection. They will be included in the exhibition there titled "Programmed: Rules, Codes and Choreographies in Art 1965 - 2018" from September 28, 2018 to April 14, 2019.
This exhibition is organized by Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator of Digital Art, and Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Melva Buckbaum Associate Director for Conservation and Research, with Clémence White, Curatorial Assistant.
This acquisition is entitled Curvilinear Perspective. Coded Algorithmic Textile, Color Xerography Heat Transfer onto Polyester, 1979
Digital Photographic Layered Textiles, Dye
Sublimation, Foreground Layer Polyester Voile,
Background Layer Polyester Charmeuse, 2001
See works in the gallery
Upcoming show: Linn Benton Community College Art Gallery, Fall 2018
I am creating new artwork with a TC2 Digital Weaving Norway, Jacquard Loom.
Three colors use three color yarns plus the white warp. Four colors use four color yarns plus white warp.
Prints Commissioned by Black Box Gallery in Copenhagen, blackboxgallery.dk
Collaborating with Master Printmaker Mark Mahaffey, Portland Oregon.
The Northwest Film Center and the Oregon Arts Commission are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship: Michael Turner and Joan Truckenbrod.
Corvallis video artist, Truckenbrod, creates video sculptural installations in which the narrative of video projection intervenes in the cultural meaning of an object. The project outlined in her application, titled SEARCHING ESTUARINE SPACES, involves recording the fluctuating state of estuaries around Oregon and creating physical structures to be projected upon.