SHOW
SHOW

THE DURHAM FRUIT COMPANY – SHOW is a live action exhibit brought to you by COMPANY. Artists Justin Tornow, Heather Gordon, Alex Maness, and Chris Fleming have constructed contexts of light, sound, movement, and visuals that promote intimate experiences. July 11-15, 2018
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DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS

ARCANA, DURHAM – “Dimensions” opening Friday, May 18th from 5-10pm. Experimental string works, created to celebrate Moogfest, investigate musical intervals found in crop circles and cathedrals.
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CINNABAR
CINNABAR

NC MUSEUM OF ART, RALEIGH – CINNABAR is an immersive installation included in You Are Here: Light, Color, and Sound Experiences. Apr 7 – Jul 22, 2018
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No. 22 / PENUMBRA
No. 22 / PENUMBRA

CAM RALEIGH – No 22 / Penumbra is a solo dance work by Justin Tornow, created in collaboration with Heather Gordon, with Gordon’s installation And Then The Sun Swallowed Me.
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ELEMENTS
ELEMENTS

NC SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & MATH, DURHAM – Four tape drawing installations mapping alchemical properties as origami patterns.
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AND THEN THE SUN SWALLOWED ME
AND THEN THE SUN SWALLOWED ME

CAM RALEIGH – A black tape and video site installation demonstrating the power of a supernova and our inability to escape its lifecycle. Runs through Feb 4, 2018 with dance performance with Justin Tornow on Feb 1 at 7pm.
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GAMUT
GAMUT

SPECTRE ARTS, DURHAM, NC – Physical objects representing silent intervals that form the structure of our sound ocean. Sep 15, 2017 – Oct 6, 2017
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No 19 / MODULATIONS
No 19 / MODULATIONS

21C DURHAM, NC – A full-length dance work in 6 movements by COMPANY in collaboration with Jess Dilday, Heather Gordon, Alex Maness, Matthew McClure, Lee Weisert and Del Ward.
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TYPEFACE
TYPEFACE

VISUAL ART EXCHANGE, RALEIGH, NC – In the day-long performance “Typeface,” Gordon and Vitiello turn the VAE gallery into a low-velocity particle accelerator for language that captures the wonder of that debris. July 15, 2017 from 11a-4p.
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ECHO
ECHO

21C DURHAM, NC – ECHO is an interdisciplinary collaboration with Justin Tornow that explores junctions between site-specific installation, live performance, and pre-recorded video projection.
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DYLTM INTERVIEW
DYLTM INTERVIEW

DURHAM – Don’t You Lie To Me podcast interview released. Jeff asks me about the developmental arc of my work, my personal life, and my identity as a human being making art.
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COCOA CINNAMON MURAL
COCOA CINNAMON MURAL

DURHAM, NC – In 2015, I completed the upper cabinet mural at the Cocoa Cinnamon Hillsborough Rd location using the geo-coordinates of a history of the travel of coffee.
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RESTING PLACE
RESTING PLACE

ARTPRIZE 7 – “Resting Place” is an origami map of 26 Hopewell earthwork locations constructed in cardboard and installed at Lyon Square for ArtPrize7.
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KIN
KIN

THE CARRACK – AUG 4-15, 2015 with two performances of The Value of Words #15/5, a collaboration with Justin Tornow
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LOADED OBJECTS
LOADED OBJECTS

THE CARRACK – This group exhibition gathers LOADED OBJECTS from many North Carolina artists and sources, and is curated by Chris Vitiello.
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ART IN YOUR HOME
ART IN YOUR HOME

DURHAM – For my contribution to the CSA, I’m producing a limited edition set of 50 prints on paper. The design for the prints is based on prime meridian locations throughout history.
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HOW TO FOLD MY HEART
HOW TO FOLD MY HEART

ARTSPACE – Using the birthplaces and residence locations for Gordon’s grandmother and her daughters, she created a small set of spatially related data used as a springboard to create the final diagrammatic works.
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CHARACTER PROFILE
CHARACTER PROFILE

SAN FRANCISCO – Root Division presents Character Profile, a group exhibition featuring projects that explore intersections between the forms, mechanisms and meanings of language.
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COW PARADE
COW PARADE

DURHAM – For Binary Bovine, I took a recording of a cow’s moo, converted it to a 95-page binary string of 1’s and 0’s, and plotted it on this life-size, fiberglass cow.
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CODEWORK
CODEWORK

RALEIGH – Codework is an exhibition that examines the ways in which visual artists explore their capacity to understand and contribute to the many nuances of codes.
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WORD MAPS
WORD MAPS

GREENSBORO – Word Maps presents four artists who incorporate words and letters in their works to reveal relationships between printed texts and our contemporary visual environment.
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HEAR AND NOW
HEAR AND NOW

ALLENTON GALLERY – The paintings for Hear & Now, reminiscent of analog records, explore the relationship between geography and location, memory and auditory experience, and sound bite culture.
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LOCAL HISTORIES EXHIBITION
LOCAL HISTORIES EXHIBITION

CHAPEL HILL – Local Histories: The Ground We Walk On was a show of over 50 artists exploring Alfredo Jaar’s idea of “place can not be global,” curated by elin o’Hara slavick and Carol Magee.
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