Author Archives: Rimas

Record. Collect. Compose.

I’m happy to have some new work in the Exhibition Record. Collect. Compose. at Charlie James Gallery in Chinatown. The exhibit runs through October 17th. Installation images are on the gallery website. More images and information about the Octoloop Rover in the image above coming soon!

Welcome to Los Angeles

Video documentation of my installation for The Meme Machine at Agency Contemporary in Los Angeles. The album Whales Alive,featuring the songs of the humpback whales, improvised jazz music by Paul Winter and Paul Halley, and Leonard Nimoy reciting nautical poetry, was broadcast through the gallery. The transmission interacts with the electromagnetic interference being generated by […]

The Meme Machine: August 30 – September 27

New work at Agency Contemporary, 4911 Clinton St., Los Angeles, CA 90004. Through September 27.

The Lake Effect: Contemporary Art at Ox-Bow

Sent some Voodoo to Saugatuck for the summer. Opening reception tonight, show runs all summer long … through August 23. B-) More info here.

Rock Garden

At the peak of the Cold War in 1976, the Soviet Union began working on Mir, a new space station and their latest effort to stay ahead of the United States in the Space Race. Mir was preceded by the USSR’s Salyut space stations, first launched in 1971, and also by NASA’s Skylab, which was […]

Roots & Culture Spring Gala Benefit

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Apollo TBD

As We Had All Been Flesh Together, Now We Were Mist

I’m excited to be part of this on-air exhibition as part of KCHUNG radio’s public-outreach residency at the Hammer Museum. The segment was curated and organized by Mary Hill, and will air Sunday, November 24th from 11 am – 5 pm.

Indy Island // Darkside Massage & Heat Therapy

Greetings friends! It’s been pretty quiet on my blog lately. I have three sculptures in an exhibition in NYC at Benrimon Contemporary, and I am currently on the final leg of the largest project I’ve ever done, a residency on Andrea Zittel’s Indy Island at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The official blog is at […]

Dark Star

Here’s the final patina on the bronze piece… I’m very happy with how it turned out, and even more excited that the final bid garnered a nice donation to Roots & Culture at their annual benefit auction. The installation for Dark Star went smoothly, but down to the wire (of course..always). Smoothly in the sense […]