Chronostasis was chosen to be a part of this year’s All Art Arizona exhibition at Art Intersection in Gilbert, AZ. This annual exhibition features work in a variety of mediums from Arizona artists. The show is on view from May 31 – July 16.
The handmade photo book Chronostasis has been chosen as one of 23 artworks to be shown in the 39th Trøndelagsutstillingen! This is an annual exhibition of artists with connections to the city of Trondheim, Norway.
The show opens September 19th at the Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst and will run there through October 11th and then travel to Levanger kunstforening / LevArt from October 24th – 22nd.
“Time is that irreversible and non-repeatable succession that we perceive as a sequence of changes and events. Time as such – like consciousness – is not tangible for us. We experience time only indirectly by that which occurs within it, by the observation of duration and change, and by the perception of intervals of different lengths between individual events.” In: ZEIT. Die vierte Dimension in der Kunst. Ausstellungskatalog der Kunsthalle Mannheim 1985
Dayna Desireé Bartoli
Carlos Alberto Correia
Amalia Marie Fonfara
Inger Margrethe Hove Laustsen
Curated by Veronika Radulovic and Regina Möller
OPENING: Friday, March 20 from 18.00 – 20.00
7014 Trondheim, Norway
Saturday, March 21 at 16.00
I Still Have Not Drawn On It …
Artist Talk by Veronika Radulovic
Saturday, March 21 at 17:30
QUESTIONS / ANSWERS
Lecture Performance (part 2) with Veronika Radulovic and Inger Margrethe Hove Laustsen
Sunday, March 22, 13.00 – 15.00
Taking Care Of You For 22 Minutes
performed by Amalia Marie Fonfara
22 minutes sessions (per person) / for bookings you will find a list at Galleri KIT
Dayna has been selected to participate in a two week workshop titled Histories Hidden in Plain Sight, led by artist Maria Thereza Alves and scholars Iain Chambers and Lidia Curti. The workshop is a part of Studio Roma, a transdisciplinary research program at the Istituto Svizzero di Roma in Italy, and will focus on physical and immaterial borders through the investigation of non-native flora in Rome.
Works from the project Florafaunal Angiography as well as some interview questions are featured on Featureshoot.com! Check it out to see some details about the process and ideas behind the images.
Three images from the series Florafaunal Angiography were published in the July issue of Harper’s Magazine! The photos accompany the monthly “Findings” feature by Rafil Kroll-Zaidi. The issue should be in stores shortly, and a pdf version is available online at http://harpers.org!
Dayna was named one of Lens Culture’s “21 New and Emerging Photographers” of 2013! Photographs from the project Florafaunal Angiography are featured on their website here.
Dayna was accepted into the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art’s International Master of Fine Arts program at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology! She will be relocating to Trondheim, Norway at the beginning of August 2013 to begin her studies and her work on new projects.