War Garden, United States of America 1917-2017, Talley Dunn Gallery
Born 1966 Irving, Texas
Lives and works in Dallas, Texas
|1992||Rice University Publishing Program, Rice University|
|1991||B.A. History, Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas, 1991 (magna cum laude)|
Grants And Awards
Public Art Grant for A Field Guide to Flora and Fauna of Southern Dallas, City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs
Public Art Grant for Performance as Gesture: Songs for a City Park, City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs
Idea Fund Grant for Square Dance: A Community Project, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
|2018||War Garden, United States of America 1917-2017, Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas, Texas|
A Field Guide to Flor a and Fauna of Southern Dallas, public art project in fly-poster form, Dallas, Texas
Performance as Gesture: Songs for a City Park, research-based public art project: publication and site-specific evening of musical performances in the Japanese Garden of public city park Kidd Springs Park, Dallas, Texas
Lupinus texensis: uma ação (Texas Lupines, an action) conceptual action, collaboration with artist Robert Hamilton and the Biblioteca Parque da Rocinha in the streets of the Rocinha favela community, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1700 Seeds Workshop, participatory workshop, collaboration with Robert Hamilton, Biblioteca Parque da Rocinha and Rocinha favela community, sponsored by the Brazilian government, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Seventeen Hundred Seeds, collaboration with artist Robert Hamilton, temporary public artwork in a vacant city block, Dallas, Texas
Square Dance: A Community Project, temporary public art project, collaboration with curator Leila Grothe, Trinity River Audubon Center, Dallas, Texas
|2017||Hill- Agnus, Eve, "Kidd Springs' Secret Garden," D Magazine, August.
Hallock, Jeremy, "A community rallies to save a Japanese Garden," Arts + Culture Texas, May 8.
|2016||Simek, Peter, "How Dallas Won the Right to Tell Its Own History," D Magazine, February 19.
Repko, Melissa, "Segregated parks gone, but they still divide," Dallas News, February 15.
Schutze, Jim, "Fight Over Dallas' Racial Past Goes Wide of the Real Target," Dallas Observer, February 23.
|2015||Hallock, Jeremy, "One Artist Is Telling the Story of a Forgotten Japanese Garden in Kidd Springs Park," Dallas Observer, November 2.
Rees, Christina, "All All the World is Football-shaped," Glasstire, March.
|2014||Simek, Lucia, "Dallas' Historic African- American Parks to Receive Public Art Gift," Glasstire, May 13.|
|2013||Cotter, Holland, "The photographs in Engines of War offer vantage points on battle, its precedents and its aftermath," The New York Times, April 25.
Saltz, Jerry, "See Engines of War," New York Magazine, April 29.
|2011||Simek, Peter, "The Rise of The Artist as Social Activist," D Magazine, May 4.|
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