CURRENT & UPCOMING
Solo exhibition “Weather Gestures” opens March 26 at Arcade on Stadium. More details soon.
Teaching at Brown University and RISD Spring 2021.
Published “Approximations” — a text about Kilspisjärvi, digital color, shapes, landscape, and wavelengths — in Taupe Magazine.
Traveled to Quito and the Ecuadorian Amazon in October 2019, thanks to Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. New work / artist book in progress.
0ºC , an ongoing program of sound pieces made from recordings of ice around the world. Artists: Leah BEEFERMAN, Jez Riley FRENCH, SAKAMOTO Ryuichi, Philip SAMARTZIS, UMEZAWA Hideki + KAMIMURA Yoichi. ICC Intercommunication Center Theater, Tokyo. For daily schedule and more information, click here.
The Production of Place: Leah Beeferman and Jen Hitchings, a two-person exhibition with Jen Hitchings at the Teaching Gallery, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, New York. February 6 – March 7, 2020. See the press release here.
Kanssaelo / Beings with: The Fiskars Village Biennale, Fiskars, Finland. 19 May–15 September 2019. Curated by Jenni Nurmenniemi. With Elina Minn, Dambi Kim, Candice Lin, Jaana Laakkonen, Tove Storch, Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens, Laura Põld, Leah Beeferman, Lene Baadsvig Ørmen, Louise Waite, Marjolijn Dijkman, nabbteeri, Tuomas Aleksander Laitinen, Raimo Saarinen, Aki Sasamoto, Alma Heikkilä, Johannes Heldén, Ramina Habibollah.
between clouds and screensavers, a group show at Toy Returns, an artist-run space in Fremantle, Western Australia. 15 April–10 May, 2019. Curated by Oliver Hull. With Sara Ludy, Lisa Sammut, Therese Keogh, and Alex Last.
Spring 2018: Teaching Digital 2D Foundations at Brown University.
Fall 2018: Teaching “Microscopic View: Experimental Light Images” at Aalto University, Helsinki.
Music video for “Gravitating Bones,” the first single off of Tsembla’s new record, “The Hole in the Landscape.”
I wrote a long text — “Coast Lines” — about coasts, abstraction, photography, Norway (and Finland), physics, and digital form in context of my work and my time in Norway this summer published on the Contemporary Art Stavanger website.
9 February – 25 March 2018: Event Horizon group show, SPACE, Pittsburgh, PA.
Spring 2018: teaching Digital 2D Foundations at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.
Fall 2017: Taught “Nature of Interpretation: Observations, Measurements, and Descriptions for Art and Science” at Aalto University, Helsinki.
Avi Alpert discussed my work in an essay about photography as exposition for Temporary Art Review.
Artist in residence at AiR Sandnes, Norway. Aug-Sep 2017.
July 13 – August 5, 2017: Romantic Destinations group show, Crush Curatorial, New York. Organized by Charlotte Hallberg.
Listen to Scattering Like Light, a sound performance with Alfons Knogl at Sorbus, Helsinki, 21 Jan 2017.
Light Matter — solo show at Sorbus, Helsinki, 6–29 Jan 2017.
Residency at Mustarinda.
Owen Duffy wrote a very thoughtful review of my show Cold Color, at Rawson Projects, for Art in Print.
Fulbright Scholar Grant to Finland, 2016-17.
Included in Regine Basha’s Crossing Listening Thresholds, a curated e-journal as part of Art in General’s symposium, ‘What Now?’, that took place this year.
June 2016: Emerging Artist Fellowship residency at Island Press (Contemporary Print Editions and Artist Projects).
March 2016: Residency at the Sirius Art Centre, Cobh, Ireland.
My project, ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES, included in the utopia-internet-dystopia pavilion, curated by Valentina Fois, part of The Wrong: New Digital Art Biennial. The piece got a nice mention in Rhizome’s review of The Wrong.
12 Sep–25 Oct, 2015: Strong Force, solo show at Rawson Projects, New York.
June-July 2015: Singing Material, Tyson, Cologne, Germany.
Interview with Mark Dorf on Lenscratch as part of his week-long series of posts about New York-based artists working with photography in non-traditional ways.
Interview with Lucas Blalock on BOMB Daily. A conversation focused on my Strong force (chromodynamics) series, but also touching on the Arctic, the digital, the nervous system, photography, and drawing.