Transference, Volume 2, number 1, fall 2014
An image of Wow and Flutter: Noiseless was the cover image of the journal fall 2104
Transference is published by McNaughton and Gunn. This journal from the World Languages and Literatures department of Western Michigan University publishes poetry translated into English from German, Russian, French, Old French, Latin, Classical Greek, Japanese, Arabic, and Chinese with short commentaries on the art of translating.
August 3 - November 30, 2014
Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame, Indiana
This exhibition of the recent work of twenty-one graduates of the University’s art studio program is so large that it will be installed at two venues. The works installed at the Snite Museum of Art will be on view through November 30, and those at the South Bend Museum of Art will be on view through September 28.
This invitational exhibition of the recent work by twenty-one selected graduates of the art studio program of the University of Notre Dame Department of Art, Art History & Design since 1988. These alumni based nationally and internationally have held a position at an institution of higher education since graduating and are practicing artists who work in a variety of media.
My addition to this group exhibition was a new pair of CD sculptures titled Tesseracts 2 in ND Alumni: Sculptors and Professors.
Opening August 4, 2014
1B | FirstBuild Micro-Factory, Louisville, Kentucky
Group exhibition titled Hero with a Thousand Faces
1B is taking the business of making to the next level by collaborating with a skilled and open community to design and build the next generation of home appliances by demonstrating how advanced manufacturing, co-creation and small-batch production are revolutionizing the way innovative products come to market.
Beginning on August 4, the public can stop by the space to check out 1B and also view IDEAS 40203's contemporary art exhibit featuring 12 Louisville-based artists. The exhibition, Hero with a Thousand Faces, was curated by Theo Edmonds. My addition to this exhibition is a series of six steel and fiberglass sculptures titled Bus Stop Notes.
December 17, 2014, I exchanged Bus Stop Notes for Tesseracts 2.
Here are some images of Tesseracts 2 installed at FirstBuild.
September 30 – October 24, 2014
Firehouse Gallery, Rogue Community College, Grants Pass Oregon
To celebrate the FireHouse Gallery's 20th anniversary, they have invited artists who have had solo exhibitions to participate in a group exhibition this fall. For this exhibition, I will be displaying Wow and Flutter: Player Pianos and Boom Boxes, graphite drawings on player piano roll paper
May 29 - July 5, 2014
HEREart, New York City, New York
A group exhibition titled Space Landscape, curated by Robert Lucy, was a show of photography, sculpture and video that will take you to the outer reaches of the universe using the most ordinary of materials.
Since 1993, HERE has been one of New York’s most prolific producing organizations, and today, it stands at the forefront of the city’s presenters of daring new hybrid art. HERE supports multidisciplinary work that does not fit into a conventional programming agenda.
For Space Landscape, I exhibited Forces of Nature: Whirlpools and Walmart Bath Rugs. Created with duct tape and bath rugs, this artwork was inspired by theories of relativity and color theory.
April 10-11, 2014
Vanderbilt University Department of Art, Nashville, Tennessee
Juror for the 2014 Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet Award
Vanderbilt University Department of Art announced the recipient of the Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hamblet award for 2014. David Krenz's video installation, World of Sleepers, was selected for the award following a juried competition involving exhibition, interviews and written proposals. He will receive a $25,000 prize that provides the funds for a year of art research and travel, culminating in a solo show at Vanderbilt in 2015.
Jurors selected to serve for the competition are all distinguished artists and educators. Jurors this year included Sergio Soave, professor of art at The Ohio State University; Leticia Bajuyo, professor of art at Hanover College in Hanover, IN; and Ken Gonzales-Day, professor of art at Scripps College in Los Angeles, CA.
April 4 - 19, 2014
U.T. Downtown Gallery, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee
Juror for NEXUS 2014
As one of the Dogwood Arts Festival's featured exhibits, NEXUS, showcases national and international artists working in contemporary sculpture and 3D media. Indoor sculptures comprising all styles and genres from emerging and established artists will be selected by esteemed professor, Leticia Bajuyo, for exhibition at the University of Tennessee's Downtown Gallery.
Dual Wielding will be on exhibit in Tulsa, Oklahoma at Living Arts in the Myers Gallery and was part of New Genre XXI. New Genre is an Arts Festival of Contemporary Art "that presents nothing but contemporary art forms, which are fresh and new i.e., performance art, new movement pieces, new music concerts, video art forms, installation artworks and the kind of work, which does not have any categories!"
StudioTulsa, interview with Rich Fisher, Public Radio Tulsa, Friday, March 7, 2014
Artist Leticia Bajuyo Presents Dual Wielding at the Living Arts Gallery in Downtown Tulsa
"On this edition of StudioTulsa, we welcome Leticia Bajuyo, an Indiana-based artist whose vast, mixed-media, and digital-disc-driven installation/sculpture called Dual Wielding..."
The King's Garden Fête, March 22, 2014
Join Louisville's creatives, artists, entrepreneurs, techies, venture sharks, hipsters and hometown honeys to PARTY WITH A PURPOSE at The Nucleus in Louisville, Kentucky with
- 10+ KY/NYC artists in a sizzlin' contemporary art exhibition including Sara Pitt, Jake Heustis, Shohei Katayama, Andrew Cozzens, Michael Ratterman, Leticia Bajuyo, Letitia Quesenberry, Ben Cook, Tom Butch, Clare Hirn, Theo Edmonds, Brandon Ballenge, Noel Anderson
- Double bill concert by Kyle James Hauser and Small Time Napoleon
- Crazy delicious food by Farm to Fork Catering
- Raffle for an amazing night to benefit YouthBuild Louisville and I.D.E.A.S. 40203's collaborative UrbanGreen Project, which will send underprivileged students to study in the King's Kitchen gardens of Versailles, France.
March 4, 2014, 5:30-7:30pm
XLerateHealth, Nucleus Building, 300 E. Market St., Louisville, Kentucky
I.D.E.A.S. Mix + Pivot and Marginal Cost Marginal Benefit group exhibit
I.D.E.A.S. Mix + Pivot events are dynamic, productive and innovative mixers with a mission. A networking event that begins with 2 artist and 2 entrepreneurs each giving 5 minute pitches on their projects and start-ups. This Mix + Pivot also features a new exhibition in the XLerateHealth space — a continuing chapter in I.D.E.A.S. investigation of the relationship between artists/creatives and the economics of the world in which they operate. The featured artists in the Marginal Cost Marginal Benefit exhibit include Brandon Ballenge (NYC), Sara Pitt (KY), Shohei Katayama (KY), Andrew Cozzens (KY), John Brooks (KY) and Leticia Bajuyo (IN).
January 11 - February 22, 2014
New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art
Infodumps and Datafills - Solo Exhibition
Infodumps and Datafills will be on exhibit at the New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art in January and February of 2014. The exhibition will include site-specific CD and Theremin installations, sculptures, and drawings. Exhibition dates: January 11 – February 22nd, 2014. Closing Reception February 22nd, 2014 from 3-5 p.m.