Rowan students work on bronze project in foundry on campus for Mel Chin's retrospective exhibition this coming February. Works competed during this project included the "Shape of a Lie" and "Operation Pay Dirt"
Sculpture and Object XVIII will exhibit works of over 110 artists from Slovakia, Australia, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Poland, Sweden, Uruguay, and The United States. Artists from the US range from first generation Americans, from Austria, Ireland, and Russia, to second and third generations who can trace their roots back to Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, and Slovakia. At least one of these artists participating had an ancestor who came to America on the Mayflower. This diversity of artists reflects the diverse inhabitants of both Cleveland and Bratislava
Critical Voices is a response to the complex and changing conditions that affect the emergence of new practices, and ideas within the field of cultural production. Its primary focus is to create a dynamic network that facilitates the shaping of cultural discourse by means of artist projects and roundtable discussions. We support at the present time two programs 21STPROJECTS and LaTableRonde with which we intend to provide a platform for the diverse points of views necessary to advance, and sustain the current critical, theoretical, artistic practices and research.
Stirring the Waters | Between Two Bodies is the first joint venture and exhibition exchange between The Sculpture Center of Cleveland and the Boston Sculptors Gallery in downtown Boston. This exhibition will bring the works of 10 Boston sculptors to Cleveland and those of 12 Northeast Ohio artists to Boston in order to introduce visitors to the quality and variety of sculptural production in the two regions. The exhibitions successfully speak to the artists' own regional and cultural backgrounds and, more broadly, to the range of the aesthetic and conceptual concerns of contemporary sculpture in the post-modern age.
In April 2010, two Ohio and two Pennsylvania institutions created SculptureX a teaching and networking resource and a promotional platform for sculptors, institutions and the region. The term sculpture is used to describe three-dimensional work in any material as well as performance, video and extended media.
Operating as an artist residency program since 1993, Art Farm offers artists an opportunity to live and work in a rural environment. An unusual and growing collection of traditional agricultural buildings and experimental structures provides accoommodation and studio space for artists. An abundance of materials (scrap and organic) and space, allows room for creative interactions between ideas and the environment.
Rowan University Art Gallery serves as a premier cultural destination for South Jersey, the Rowan community, and surrounding region. As a center for contemporary art by emerging and established professional artists from the region, nation, and global community, the gallery is committed to showcasing all forms of visual expression and new media.
The arts and sciences respective relationship to qualitative and quantitative knowledge has traditionally created a distance between the two fields, inhibiting a sustained interaction. The intent of The Banff Centres Analogous Fields residency is to bring together scientists, researchers, and artists in order to explore, in theory and practice, the collaborative potential between the arts and sciences.
The MAIV residency at The Banff Centre from May 12 to June 20, 2008, brings together a group of artists, writers, curators, and other creative and cultural producers to explore the relationships between research and artistic practice. Much has been said and written about research on visual arts, but there is relatively little about research for visual arts (the array of practices that both inform and constitute artistic production) or research through visual art (where artistic practice becomes a vehicle for producing and presenting new knowledge).
The goal of this site is to establish a work-space that presents a record of my work with Saul Ostrow (and eventually others) as we continue to develop an alternative idea for artistic research as a means of knowledge production.
Simple Red is a collaborative video work with Lane Cooper exhibited at the Ingenuity Festival in Cleveland OH
The greenmuseum.org, is a 100% volunteer run online museum of environmental art founded in 2001. Our goal is to inform, inspire and connect people through environmental art and encourage the creation of new work that serves communities and ecosystems.
This site contains artist videos including collaborative efforts between Lane Cooper and Charles Tucker.
A course examining issues of aesthetic relationships and outcomes between art and science. This course was developed by Charles Tucker and Michael Bernard with an emphasis on the discursive nature of qualitative and quantitative information as a means of production.
Website for artist and frequent collaborator Lane Cooper.
Space Lab, a working space for artist designed to provide support for experimental Art Projects.
Semiosis installation exhibited at Spaces Gallery in Cleveland OH. A collaborative work with Lane Cooper and Andrew Stoltz.
Disputa exhibition at the Sculpture Center
Disputa Installation at the Sculpture Center in Cleveland OH
Review of Disputa in Sculpture written by Siobhan La Piana
Art and Science Course, Cleveland Institute of Art and CASE Western Reserve University
Video piece Charles Tucker and Lane Cooper