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Arielle Falk
Brooklyn, NY



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ARIELLE FALK

BIOGRAPHY
Born 1983 in Washington, DC. Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

EDUCATION
2007 B.A., Arts In Context (concentration in Performance Studies), Eugene Lang College, New York, NY

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2012 Envoy CUBE (project space), New York, NY
2012 Arielle Falk, Terminal Space, Austin Peay University, Clarksville, TN
2011 On Loop, Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY
2010 Lego My Ego, LZ Project Space, New York, NY
2009 Alegrias, Envoy Enterprises, New York, NY (one day solo exhibition curated by Ryan Wallace)

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS/SCREENINGS
2011
Emerging Video Artists, Big Screen Project, New York, NY
Inner and Outer Landscapes: Contemporary Self-Portraiture, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, NC
Throwing Pains, Capricious Space, Brooklyn, NY
Two Minute Video Festival, Museum Gallery - Gallery Museum, Cincinnati, OH
Composite Factor, Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Videos on the Front, Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, NY

2010
O+ Festival, Kingston, NY
EXiS Experimental Film and Video Festival, Seoul, KOREA
MISC: Video & Performance, NY Studio Gallery, New York, NY
Terminal Short Video Festival, Austin Peay University, Clarksville, TN
Reality Gallery, NY Studio Gallery, New York, NY
Briefly On View, Cuchifritos, New York, NY

2009
PixelPops!, BolteLang, Zurich, SWITZERLAND (curated by Aoife Rosenmeyer)
Looking Forwards Feeling Backwards, P.P.O.W Gallery, New York, NY
Duration: London, The Candid Arts Trust, London, UK
The Nylon Show, Preston Contemporary Art Center, Mesilla, NM
Spun, Monkeytown, Brooklyn, NY
World Wide Moving Image IV, E32, 5C Cultural Center, New York, NY
Black Thursday Halloween City Black Friday Fireworks Stand, Troutman Studios, Brooklyn, NY
Assume Nothing: New Social Practice, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, CANADA

2008-9
Her Shorts International Video Art Festival, Plugged Art Collective:
Dinnerware Art Space, Tuscon, AZ
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
University of Montevallo, Montevallo, AL
University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL
The Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, Nelson, NEW ZEALAND

2008
MISC: Video & Performance, NY Studio Gallery, New York, NY
Antimatter Underground Film Festival, Victoria, CANADA
Strange Figurations, Limner Gallery, Hudson, NY
Festival Miden, Kalamata, GREECE

PERFORMANCES
2011 DE-INHBITIONATORS, Union Square Park, New York, NY (funded by Franklin Furnace)
2009 THE CROSSING, Movement Research at Judson Church, Judson Memorial Church, New York, NY
2008 ALEGRIAS PERFORMANCES 01,02,03, Art in Odd Places Pedestrian Festival, 14th St., New York, NY

AWARDS, RECOGNITIONS & CURATED REGISTRIES
2011 White Columns Artist Registry, New York, NY

2010
Franklin Furnace Fundwinner, Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art, Brooklyn, NY

PRESS (* = image or video included)
2011
Furlan, Julia. The Art of Moving Boxes, WNYC, Apr. 21. *
Kourlas, Gia. Critic's Pick: Arielle Falk, Time Out NY, Issue 809: Apr. 21-27, p. 52. *
Steadman, Ryan. Brooklyn Aesthetics, Paper Monument.com, April. *
Barth, Sean. Arielle Falk, ABC Journal, Issue One, p. 20. *
Lincoln, Amy. New Galleries Bring Chelsea Polish to BOS, BushwickBK.com, Jun. 6. *
Bushwick Open Studios. Art Observed.com, Jun. 7. *
Goldman, Sam. From Ridgewood to E. Williamsburg, Artists Open Doors to Neighborhood, Times Newsweekly, Jun. 9. *
Chayka, Kyle. Bushwick Open Studios 2011, Hyperallergic.com, Jun. 6.
Sterns, Jamie. 2 Days of Art, Ya Ya Ya blog, Jun. 6.
Kirsch, Corinna. 5 Easy Tips: How to Survive The Armory Show, Art Fag City.com, Mar. 8. *
Jesena, Cesar. Arielle Falk's DE-INHIBITIONATORS, Art In Odd Places Blog, Apr. 13. *
Editors. Multimedia Showcase: Arielle Falk, PARK Magazine Blog, Jan. 18. *

2010
Sutton, Benjamin. 10 Picks from Sunday's BETA Spaces, The L Magazine.com, Nov. 11. *
Davis, Ben. Best In Show: Arielle Falk: Lego My Ego, The Village Voice, Aug. 11-17, p. 29.
Listing. Arielle Falk, New York Magazine, Aug. 2, 9, p. 73.
(also listed on front page of online arts section as Arts Agenda item)
Combs, Taylor. Weekend Warrior: Our Kick-Ass Cheat Sheet, Refinery 29.com, Jul. 30. *
Jesena, Cesar. Arielle Falk Loves Public Art and We Love Her, Art In Odd Places Blog, Jul. 27. *
Christian, Ryan Travis. Artists of the Week, Chicago Art Review.com, Aug. 11. *
Dagenais, Marcel. Lego My Ego, Working Class Magazine Blog, Jul. 12. *
Listing. Today’s Pick: Arielle Falk: Lego My Ego, NY Art Beat.com, Aug. 15. *

2008 Nelson, Jennifer L. Pedestrian, Time Out New York, Issue 679: Oct. 2–7, p. 59. *
 








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