Founding director of Overnight Projects, an artist-run curatorial concept steered by artists and creative practitioners whose work shows critical observation and purpose. We consider projects with artists a partnership of shared labor, curiosity, experimentation, and a commitment to connection and conversation.
Founded in 2015, Overnight Projects organizes experiential installations and idea-driven artworks and events in revolving locations, including transitional spaces and traditional gallery settings. Notable past sites include an 1800s orphanage, a defunct coal-plant, a 1950s lakeside motel, a cornfield on the cusp of reverting back to a wetland, shipping containers, and an air stream which served as an itinerant library.
August, 2019 Liminal States: What Were Some of the Things You Missed from Home?
In Liminal States: What Were Some of the Things You Missed from Home?, artists Maya Jeffereis and Elliott Katz have collaborated on a two-channel video installation and itinerant library that examines the longstanding history of separating families and incarcerating minorities in the United States.
October, 2018 Maize Meditation
An archival installation on the cultivation of corn by NYC-based artist Amanda Turner Pohan, McCarthy Art Gallery, Colchester, Vermont
July, 2018 From Away
Site-specific installations by Vermont-based artists Wren Kitz, Angus McCullough, Sarah O Donnell, Charmaine Wheatley, and Mary Zompetti, South Hero, Vermont
June, 2018 Daybooks
Screening of a series of Jon Beacham’s silent 16mm films in an historic hayloft, Shelburne, Vermont
October, 2017 She Feared Nothing
Performance by Portland, Maine-based art collective Hi Tiger (Derek Jackson, Amandaconda, and Nicolette Antonett) in Winooski, Vermont
October, 2017 Inversion
Site-specific installation by Germany-based artist Viktoria Strecker at Champlain College Art Gallery
June, 2017 Spurious Brood
Outdoor installation of 200 Timex Watches in the tree branches of Burlington's City Hall Park by Virginia-based Christopher Mahonski, Burlington, Vermont
February, 2017 Fluorescent Light in Vacant Storefront
A site-specific light installation by Vermont-based artist Chris Jeffrey, Winooski, Vermont
August, 2016 Modes of Conduction
Site-specific installations by Germany-based artists Vesko Goesel, Peter Miller, and Viktoria Strecker at the Moran Plant, Burlington, Vermont
February, 2016 Conceal/Reveal
Interactive, video-based installation by Vermont-based artists Rebecca Weisman and Dana Heffern, Burlington, Vermont
January, 2016 Triangle, Circle, Square
Three channel video installation by NYC-based artists Andrew Brehm and Jennifer Lauren Smith, Burlington, Vermont
August, 2015 An Order
Site-specific installations by Vermont-based artists Sarah O Donnell, Wylie Garcia, Rebecca Weisman, and Mary Zompetti at former St. Joseph's Orphanage, Burlington, Vermont