I have 3 projections as part of the Arts Council New Orleans’ LUNA Fête. My projections will run on Julia St , Friday and Saturday night, from 6-9 pm
The 3 projections are:
Meanders, river meanders drip down the side of the 4 story building on the corner of Julia and Magazine St.
Identity Theft, an interactive projection that steals the identities of people passing by. This will be on Julia St by Arthur Rogers Gallery and the LA Children’s Museum.
Flow, motion creates swirls of color in this interactive projection. This will also be on Julia St by Arthur Rogers Gallery and the LA Children’s Museum.
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Under Pressure will be projected on the buildings of Alys Beach during Digital Graffiti, June 4-6. Digital Graffiti is one of the few shows of projected artwork in the US.
I created a colorful “mural” to replace the stain glass windows at St Maurice Church in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. As a satellite site for Prospect 3, the church will be open on weekends during the run of the New Orleans biennial.
I have a small praint in
Luciano Benetton “Imago Mundi”, Prospect 3 Biennial
Sep 22 – Oct 24
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)
City Park, New Orleans, LA 70124
150 New Orleans area artists, curated by Diego Cortez. Exhibition and catalogue release as a part of the 2014 Prospect 3 International Contemporary Art Biennial. Exhbition will travel to the 2015 Venice Biennale and will then be perminately housed in the Imago Mundi Collection.
I have a show of 5 of my animated paintings opening at the McNay Museum in San Antonio, Tx on May 21 and continuing until September 1st, 2013.
From the show description
This two-part video program features animations by New Orleans-based David Sullivan that mix elements of abstract and painterly animation. Works in part 1 are connected by subtle recurring motifs, such as the heartbeat in Sunset Refinery and Swamp Gas, and the mixed sounds of factory and underwater environments in Bubble Pop and Fugitive Emissions. Under Pressure, which comprises the second part, is a more recent work in which Sullivan has eliminated any representational imagery. The infinite number of connections between the human, natural, industrial, and invented elements present in David Sullivan’s videos leads the viewer to contemplate issues such as ecological quality and the impact of human life on the earth, or to simply meditate on the visual experience of color, light, and movement.
I have 3 print pieces and 4 animations up at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts Gallery until March 15th, along with work by 3 other visiting artists. It is a nice show, with some strong work, down by the river in the bywater area of New Orleans.
Courtney Egan and I are showing our work in the Slidell Little Theatre lobby throughout the festival. I will be showing my series of animations inspired by the chemical corridor of the mississippi river. If you are near Slidell this weekend (Nov 2-4, 2012), stop in and catch some of the films.