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“POND” at Currents New Media Festival

I’m thrilled to announce “POND” will be participating in Currents 2015. CURRENTS is an annual event with program in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Warehouse 1-10 in Magdalena. The Festival brings together the work of established and emerging New Media artists, from New Mexico, the US and abroad, for events showcasing interactive and fine art video […]

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“They Call Me Theirs” at Notebaert Museum

They Call Me Theirs addresses man’s desire to mediate the natural environment through technology. Forster’s multi-media project includes sound, sculpture, video and inkjet prints mounted on aluminum panels. By creating an audiovisual experience of the four seasons and placing them inside a rustic cabin, Forster plays with the way we have come to understand and […]

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“Under the Dripping Tree – GRAM

“Under the Dripping Tree” at ARTPrize Grand Rapids Art Museum, the crowds were crazy, huge all day everyday, and people from all walks of life. Unbelievable experience. Great crowd and lots of interest! The work will be up until Oct 9. Voting for ARTPriz ebegins Sept 21. Exhibition includes: “Whispering Pause”, on the front wall […]

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“Golden Oldies” – KY7 Biennial

“Golden Oldies” has been selected for the KY7 Biennial, Lexington, KY. Exhibition runs from Oct 18 – Dec 21. The KY7 Biennial is the beginning in a series of exhibitions, presented by the Lexington Art League, showcasing new work by living artists in Kentucky and all of its contiguous states including Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, […]

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“they call me theirs” – NewCity RECOMMENDED

Exciting news, “They call me theirs” has been received enthusiastically and HPAC has decided to extend the exhibition through Nov 22nd. Excerpts from Newcity Review: RECOMMENDED A hanging garden awaits, beckoning with its strong, curving branches, verdant foliage and draping vines of—paint? This synthesis of nature and human participation leads the viewer into Catherine Forster’s […]