FSU Art BFA ’07 Dakota Gearhart updates us on projects she’s working on this year in Seattle, NYC, and Portland (OR):
Recently, Gearhart exhibited Fly Traps, a new-media sculpture made in partnership with Recology. See press here & here.
Her video Sunken Hot House is at Bridge Productions for Many Lands, a group show curated by Ben Gannon, opening this Saturday.
In summer, the Bronx Museum of the Arts will exhibit her work in the AIM Biennial 2017 in New York.
In the fall, Gearhart is exhibiting a new installation at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center in Portland (OR) with curator-in-residence Julia Greenway.
Also in spring, she has a solo exhibition in Seattle at Glassbox Gallery. Gearhart will be showing work related to scuba diving training. Curated by Weston Jandacka.
She will have a new video at Soil Gallery inspired by Werner Herzog in a tri-person show, Each Eats Its Own, with artists Ben Hirschkoff and Adrienne Heloise.
She is also participating in This Might Not Work, an experimental artist talk program held at Institute for New Connotative Action (INCA) in April. Curated by Brandon Aleson.
See more on her updated website.