Exhibitions

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GARAGE DOOR VIDEO SERIES: JENNIFER AND KEVIN MCCOY

2015, BRIC

Stoop at BRIC House- A public cultural gathering space featuring free, drop-in programming, and offering a place to sit, observe, and discuss the atrwork exhihited in the Gallery of BRIC House.

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OBJECTS OF WONDER

2015, Beall Center for Art and Technology

Objects of Wonder, curated by David Familian and guest­curator Madeline Schwartzman, brings together a wide range of international artists whose work exhibits strange and unusual functions, engaging in conceptual phenomena like time, light, energy, evolution and changes of state. Artists deploy thermo dynamic explosions, asteroidal activity, fluid turbulence, insect behavior, natural selection and gravity to generate astonishing sculptures, drawings, paintings, ...

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PRIESTS OF THE TEMPLE

2015, The Rowe Gallery, UNC Charlotte

The Department of Art & Art History and Rowe Galleries present Priests of the Temple, an exhibition of work by multi-media artists Jennifer and Kevin McCoy. A suite of sculptures that combine portraiture, diorama, and video projection, Priests of the Temple portrays Silicon Valley leaders within the changing landscape of the West.

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THE SCARY

2015, New Media Gallery

The first great work of literature, the 4000 year old Epic of Gilgamesh, features a zombie apocalypse set in a glittering city. One of the seminal works of old English Literature, 8th Century poem Beowulf, is set in a brutal world populated by screeching monster-hybrids. From the beginning, great fictional horror has been designed to instill fear and reflect our ...

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WAVE & PARTICLE

2015, Ronald Feldman Gallery

The artworks in this group exhibition represent the notion of synthesis, coalescence, hybridity, and inclusion of disparate components that display an apparent resolution of contradictory elements. This artistic fusion is often the result of a process of discovery into how a particular situation or condition might be improved or rectified. In other words, these are works by artists seeking to ...

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YOUR SMARTER THAN ME. I DON’T CARE.

2015, Williams College Museum of Art

Navel-gazing; a self-mocking focus on an artist’s own life and practice; embracing identity politics; and a skeptical obsession with technology. This is the stuff of Your smarter than me. i don’t care. The exhibition draws from WCMA’s collection and features highlights from a recent major gift from software publisher and philanthropist Peter Norton including works by artists Nayland Blake, Tracey ...

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ALL EXIT

2014, Johansson Projects, Oakland, CA

In their second exhibition with Johansson Projects, entitled All Exit, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy present new works that spin out from the landscape of the Californian West, from farmland to corporate campus. California, with its nexus of computer, entertainment, and military industrial centers is seen as the conclusion, both geographically and ideologically, of the frontier fantasy of the American dream. ...

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PRIESTS OF THE TEMPLE

2014, Electronic Gallery, Salisbury, MD

Solo Exhibition, Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD

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THE 2014 ARMORY SHOW

2014, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

The 2014 Armory show, Postmasters Gallery.

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THINGWORLD

2014, The National Art Museum of China

media triennial, curated by Zhang Ga The world is a thingworld. For without things there would be nothing to describe, to interpret, to comment on, there would be no evocative signifiers that trigger imagination, conjure up representation, neither would there be societies nor cultures. The world is a thingworld. In Chinese language, the word for “thing” is a compound of ...