I’ll be showing a piece along with Mark Galt and Benjamin Cowden tonight (6-10PM) at the California Academy of Sciences. If you’re in the San Francisco Bay area, tix are $12. If you haven’t been, I highly recommend checking it out. They have a terrific aquarium, natural history dioramas, and all in a pretty terrific building.
Last Friday I had the privilege to install several of my sculptures in the stairwell of Google’s building 43 in Mountain View CA. They will be on view there for the next few months. Follow the link to see a slideshow:
“The Team” (A.K.A.) at Maker Faire this year from left to right:
Something like one hundred thousand people in attendance, and three editors choice ribbons for our booth, I think it was a pretty good year.
Getting “Head Case #2” ready for the destructive force that is Maker Faire! He’ll be on display in the Applied Kinetic Arts booth in the South East corner of Expo Hall, San Mateo fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday, May 19-20.
See the link below for a full program of exhibitors and events:
I’ll be bringing two of my smaller new pieces to Instructables Robot Block Party this evening in San Francisco. If you’d like to come by be sure to sign up at the link below:
I’ll be showing my piece “The Race” at Unfinished Projects over at MotoSF in San Francisco this Saturday Feb 25th (6-11). I’ll also have one of my trophy head pieces “Heavy Metal” on display.
275 8th Street, 2nd Floor
Here is a link to the Facebook event for more details:
I just got some photos of the Blooom fair in Cologne from the folks at Strychnin Gallery. It looks like it was a terrific show, I’m sorry I wasn’t able to be there myself.
Last weekend marked the first show at my new studio and adjoining gallery. Many thanks to all who were able to attend, and the artists involved. Below is a photo set of the exhibition, reception, and a few images from the studios of Jeremy Mayer and Nemo Gould (myself).
Don’t let the headlines discourage you folks, Oakland is lovely this time of year. Especially at 305 Center Street tomorrow night and Saturday afternoon! We’re almost all set up and hope to see you here.
Hello friends, I have just finished up a few new pieces and would like to invite you to come view them (and many others) at an impromptu show at my humble studio in Berkeley CA, Saturday, February 26th from 1-5 pm. It’s not often that I can assemble this many pieces (over two dozen!) in one place at one time so I thought I would jump at this opportunity to share my work, process and facilities with whomever among you are interested.
You can find directions to my studio here: http://www.nemomatic.com/nemomatic/directions.html
Facebook event here:
More photos from last weekend’s Mad Science opening at the Sonoma County Museum.
In case you missed it, my photos are posted here.
I’ve uploaded photos from the Mad Science exhibit opening reception, and SRL performance here:
My work at S.O.F.A. Chicago.
I’m very happy to say that a number of my works (including the attached image: “Doubtful”) will be featured by the John Natsoulas Gallery at this years International Exposition of Sculpture Objects and Functional Art in Chicago November 5-7. The event is held in the Festival Hall, Navy Pier, Chicago IL. If you are able to attend, look for booth number 221.
“Mad Science” exhibit opens Sat Oct. 30th at Sonoma County Museum.
I’m pleased to announce that I will be exhibiting several pieces, including “Nowhere Fast” (in the attached image) at the Sonoma County Museum next Saturday, Oct 30th. The exhibit is titled “Mad Science” and will also feature the works of Alan Rorie, Reuben Margolin, Mark Pauline (SRL), Ned Kahn, and Andrew Sofie.
There will be a not-to-be-missed performance by the legendary Survival Research Laboratories at 3:30 pm. This alone should be worth the trip.
The museum reception is technically a members only event, so if you’d like to come see the show on opening day you may need to announce yourself as “a friend of Nemo’s”.
The show runs October 31, 2010 – February 6, 2011. Museum hours are Tuesday – Sunday 11:00am – 5:00pm.
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If you are anywhere near San Diego this weekend, find your way to “Creatures of Industry” at Device Gallery. I’m showing with Greg Brotherton, Jeremy Mayer, and Guillermo Rigattieri.