Typology/Morphology Opening Night

Typology/Morphology, an exhibition of work by IEA artists currently on display in the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, enjoyed a warm reception on its opening on September 4th, 2015.

Typology/Morphology highlights artwork produced at the IEA by 26 resident artists: Cory Arcangel, Brandon Ballengée, Xu Bing, Robert Brinker, Lawrence Brose, Diana Cooper, Matilda Essig, FLATSITTER, Lindsey Glover, Ann Hamilton, Phil Hastings, Oliver Herring, Xiang Jing, Pamela Joseph, Luftwerk, Thane Lund, Traci Molloy, Joseph Nechvatal, Chi Peng, Sondra Perry, Janet Pritchard, Kiki Smith, Emil Schult, Ari Tabei, Woody Vasulka, and Huang Yan.

Below is a selection of images from opening night:

This exhibition was made possible in part with support from the School of Art and Design, donations from individuals, private industry, and grants from foundations and government art funding agencies including the New York State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Rockefeller Foundation.


Pamela Joseph’s Sideshow of the Absurd, a documentary short by Tina DiFeliciantonio and Jane C. Wagner, will be debuting at Aspen Film‘s Shortsfest 2015 on Saturday, April 11th, 2015. Inspired by nostalgia for early 20th-century freak shows, Pamela Joseph’s Sideshow of the Absurd is a cinematic exploration of a fantastical exhibition by this internationally recognized artist, who embraces ‘difference’ with irreverence, humor, and respect for the dignity of ‘the other’.

Pamela Joseph has visited the IEA several times as a visiting artist. During her residencies, Pamela made digital prints and produced an artist’s book based on her piece entitled The Hundred Headless Women.

A full press release can be found below and more information on Aspen Film’s Shortfest 2015 can be found here.

Sideshow of the Absurd

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