collaborations with carrie moyer

collaborations with carrie moyer


Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art, Georgia Regents University, Thursday, August 14 – Friday, September 5, 2014

Women’s History Month Art Stamps

Published in Hung Magazine, Spring 2008

  • 2012 “B-Out”, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York. The curator Scott Hug wheat pasted some on the wall and also provided copies for viewers could take with them.
  • 2014 “ARTIST ACTIVIST,” Mary S. Byrd Gallery of Art, Georgia Regents University. Installed using the same methods as in “B-Out.”

Yaddo Collaborations, 2011

In the summer of 2011 Carrie Moyer and I were admitted to Yaddo as collaborators. Looking to find generative platforms for crossing our working processes, we chose two formats. During the course of the month-long residency we produced an open set of small paintings. In addition we sought out a “client” for a three-dimensional design project. Both projects were executed as call and response collaborations.

LITTLE Yaddo Paintings

Using an agreed upon set of fabrics and painting dimensions, this project began in Pepe’s studio. Each stretcher was modified by attaching materials/ objects mechanically, and then stretched with a fabric of choice from those pre-selected. The work was then passed onto Moyer for completion as a painting.

Alice Randall’s Magic Writing Glove

After a number of memorable Yaddo dinners, Pepe and Moyer agreed to ask the novelist and songwriter Alice Randall to be their “design client.” During a visit to Pepe’s studio, Randall decided to commission a “Magic Writing Glove” from the team. The client was interviewed. Both artists took cues from the interview. Moyer designed and painted fabric for the glove and handed it to Pepe. Pepe took cues from the color and weight of the textile, designed and fabricated the glove.

  • “In Conversation: Carrie Moyer, Sheila Pepe & Alice Randall.” NY Arts Magazine. December, 2011.

“No Lemons, No Melons”

No Lemons No Melon, 2006, Exhibition co-curated with Carrie Moyer