A-B Projects is a space for the exhibition of work by artists who are expanding and redefining the field of ceramics. I founded A-B Projects four years ago in Claremont, CA, where I was the Lincoln Visiting Professor of Ceramics at Scripps College. In 2018, I relocated the gallery to the renowned Bendix Building in Downtown Los Angeles, alongside a hub of a dozen other art galleries (including TSA LA, Monte Vista Projects, POST, Track 16, Durden & Ray, JOAN, Chateau Shatto, and more). Exhibitions and guest lectures at A-B Projects have given hundreds of students and community members access to contemporary ceramics thinkers from across the country. Find out about upcoming shows here.
December 2019 – December 2020: solo exhibition of Holding Patterns at MPSTN Gallery
February 1 – May 10, 2020: Preparing included in the clay biennial The Body, The Object, The Other at Craft Contemporary, Los Angeles
February 15, 2020: Co-presenting Hyperlocal Materiality with Kate Hampel at CAA
February 20, 2020: Holding Patterns included in Superscope, Cypress College Art Gallery, CA.
March 14, 2020: Workshop Body, Memory, Material at Craft Contemporary, Los Angeles
March 15, 2020: Panel discussion Towards a New Pedagogy in Clay at Craft Contemporary, Los Angeles.
July 2020: Solo exhibition at the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA)
December 2019: Thoughts on Holding Patterns included in the exhibition Open Space exhibition at Backspace LA
June 2019: Visiting Artist Resident at Ash Street Project
March 2019: Preparing was included in the NCECA Annual exhibition.
February 2019: I was the February 2019 artist for Board of Photography, an online curatorial project about mediums in crisis. It features one text and one image by one artist each month. My essay and image are about the Crisis of the Cylinder in the field of ceramics.
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