Huckenpahler, trained as a painter, now works primarily on a laptop. He is currently growing digital images that could be dermatological case studies…or LandSat photos. He is a former faculty member of the Corcoran College of Art and Design, and a former member of the Washington Project for the Arts\Corcoran Advisory Board. He is represented in Washington D.C. by FUSEBOX, and in Atlanta by Kiang Gallery. In addition to plans for solo exhibitions at both galleries, he will also be exhibiting with Joseph and John Dumbacher and Dan Steinhilber at 1708 Gallery in Richmond in the fall of 2004, and his work was recently included in Art on the Digital Edge at the Easton Art Academy Museum. During a residency the artist will continue his work in digital imaging. He will also teach a half-semester seminar focused to the intersections between old and new technologies. He will also present a public lecture on his work and contemporary digital art, and interact with art students by offering individual studio critiques. Trained as a painter, Huckenpahler now composes most all of his creative work on a laptop and brings significant expertise in digital and time-based media to his work with students. For more information on the artist: http://www.superluckyland.com/.
Department of Art > Uncategorized > James Huckenpahler, visual artist, January 15 – February 13, 2004