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Mammoth news day: Jennifer Dalton, Erin Shirreff, Barbara Kasten, and more more more

7 Mar 2012

Only in America (or, I Can't Trust Myself) 2011 two vending machines, approximately 500 temporary tattoos, on pedestal 68" x 22" x 22"

Jennifer Dalton
Only in America (or, I Can't Trust Myself), 2011
two vending machines, approximately 500 temporary tattoos, on pedestal
68" x 22" x 22"
Courtesy of Winkleman Gallery

Lots of news this week: first off, Data Deluge artist and great sport Jennifer Dalton is part of Solo Projects, a section of the Armory Show dedicated to single artist presentations, where she’ll be hosted by Winkleman Gallery. (Clifford Owens is also part of Solo Projects, presented by On Stellar Rays.) More info here.

Next up: Immaterial artist Erin Shirreff is in a new show, Today, the first exhibition at Lisa Cooley’s new space at 107 Norfolk Street in New York. The inaugural exhibition features work by each gallery artist, and is titled after a Frank O’Hara . Opening reception is Friday, March 16th, from 6 until 9 pm.

Great news: Fellow Immaterial alum Barbara Kasten’s show at Gallery Luisotti just got a great review in the March issue of ARTFORUM. Read it.

For the tuneheads out there: check out Ballroom alum Adam Helms‘ new mix “Acoustics for Tundra” on triplecanopy.

For those abroad: AutoBody alum Jonathan Schipper is making (crash) waves in England as part of As Slow As Possible, the fifth AV Festival of Art, Technology, Music and Film, which goes on for all of March. Jonathan’s piece, Slow Motion Car Crash, showcases a VW Golf in an empty shop, slowly being pressed into the wall. Check out the progress here.

Jonathan Schipper, Slow Motion Car Crash, 2012. DAY 2 © The Locus+ Archive

Jonathan Schipper
Slow Motion Car Crash, 2012. DAY 2
© The Locus+ Archive