Residency Dates: 06/26/2016 - 07/16/2016
Application Deadline: Sunday 01/24/2016
Dana Hoey is a feminist artist who has exhibited and taught since 1996. She works in photography and video, but appreciates working with artists of all genres. She is represented by Petzel Gallery, NY, and has presented solo museum exhibits at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC, The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at the University of Maryland, and The University Art Museum at the University at Albany, NY. Currently she has a large video installation “Fighters” as part of “Photography in the Expanded Field” at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA. She was professor at Columbia School of Art from 2001 to 2007, and currently is visiting artist at The Cooper Union, NYC and Bard College MFA program. Three books are available on her work, “The Phantom Sex” with essay by Johanna Burton, “Experiments in Primitive Living”, with essay by Maurice Berger, and “Profane Waste” in collaboration with the writer Gretchen Rubin. The persistent questions in her work regard representation, beauty and the possibility of political art.
For more information please visit > http://www.danahoey.com/
I’ve recently found new energy through working with trained fighters to imagine a new sphere of behavior for “women” (a term rightfully currently in flux). I’d be very interested in working with performers, dancers, fighters, feminist artists, genderqueer artists, political artists generally, and people whose work has nothing to do with feminism but who see physical activity as core to their practice. I usually best serve other artists through studio visits, and I am also good at inciting group discussion so that the Associate Artists will leave with a larger group of friends and colleagues. Rather than passively wait for inspiration, I like to strike a balance between doing something together (for example presenting biggest inspirations, taking a trip, collaborating or even training together) with quiet time to focus in the studio.
- CV (.doc, .docx, .pdf)
- One page statement describing where you are in your work and what you hope to accomplish at the residency. You should specifically address how my work and interests might complement yours. (.doc, .docx, .pdf)
- 10 to 20 images each with title, date and description. If you are primarily a video or performance artist please include still images in addition to your performance documentation or otherwise time-based work. (.jpg or .pdf files for images | for video files, please include a document (.doc, .docx, .pdf) with link(s) to online video such as youtube, vimeo or web site)
Residency Fee: $900
Includes a $100 administration fee, weekday meals and housing; does not include artist materials, transportation, or weekend meals.
Scholarships / Financial Assistance
Only accepted Associate Artists may apply for financial assistance. For details, please visit the master artist details page.