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  Devorah Sperber

Area: Tren Urbano
Title: "Reflections"
Site: Centro Médico Station


• McKenzie Fine Art, Chelsea, NY (April 22- May 28) Banal and
, Morlan Gallery, Transylvania University, Lexington KY
  (Jan. 9- Mar 19)
• Montclair Museum, Montclair, NJ (fall 2004)

Digitized Notions, Edwin A.Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State
   University, Wichita, KS (Oct. 9- Nov. 30)
Pixelated, Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI (March- June)

Bikinis, Bandanas and a VW Bus, James Graham & Sons Gallery,
  New York, NY
Virtual Environment, Diverse Works, Houston, TX

• Post Digital: 800 lbs. of Pixels, HEREArt Gallery, Soho, NY.

Humanity—A Living Installation, Ernest Rubenstein Gallery,
  New York City, NY.


Formed Function, Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
  (February 15- May 30, 2003) catalogue
Art After the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, Apex Art,
  Eugenie Tsai, Curator, New York City (May 21-June 21, 2003)
  color brochure
Duality/Autonomy, two-person exhibition, Victoria H.
  Myhren Gallery, Denver University, Denver, CO
  (January 10-February 21, 2003)
Bits n Pieces, Beth Venn, Curator, DAC
  (DUMBO Arts Center) Brooklyn, NY (Feb 9- March 30, 2003)

The Nature of the Beast, Caren Golden Gallery, New York,
  NY (Dec. 4, 2002 - Jan 7, 2003)
Faster Than The Eye, Four-Person Exhibition, Renny Pritikin, Curator/Director, Yerba Buena Arts Center, San Francisco, CA
Accumulations, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY
Sense Data, Four-Person Exhibition, The Painted Bride,
  Philadelphia, PA
Text/Textile, Deutsche Banc, New York, NY (June- August 2002)
Building Supplies, Four-Person Exhibition, Spaces, Cleveland, OH

Alterations, Graham Gallery, New York, NY.
The Garden of Forking Paths Art/Science, Pacifico Gallery,
  New York, NY.
Summer Group Exhibition, Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ

Minutiae, S.E.C.C.A., Southeaster Center for Contemporary Art,
  David Brown, Sen. Curator, Winston- Salem, NC.
Extraordinary Things, University of Bridgeport Gallery,
  Kaz McCue, Director, Bridgeport, CT.
ELEMENTS 2000, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY.
Utopia/Dystopia, outdoor installation show, Byrdcliffe Colony
  of the Arts, Woodstock, NY.
• SnapShot, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.
• Generations II: A Survey of Women Artists at the Millennium,
  Invitational A.I.R. Gallery, Soho, NY.
Byrdcliffe Bienniel/ Faculty Show, Kleinert/James Art Center,
  Woodstock, NY.
Time and Place, Kleinert James Gallery, Woodstock, NY.
Byrdcliffe Faculty Show, Kleinert James Gallery, Woodstock, NY.

Selected bibliography

Innovative Arts Center Showcases Fiber, Fiberarts Magazine,
  review by Karen Searle, November 2003
"Spinning art with spools of thread," The Wichita Eagle,
  review by Chris Shull, October 12, 2003
“Rearview Mirror: Formed to Function?”,”Dialogue Magazine,
  review by Kevin Cole, May/June 2003
“Itinerary: Devorah Sperber: Pixelated,” Sculpture Magazine,
  June 2003
“Rearview Mirror: Forms to Functiion?” Dialogue Magazine,
  review by Kevin Cole, May/June 2003
“Itinerary: Formed to Function?” Sculpture Magazine, April, 2003
“February Picks,” NY Arts, by Christopher Chambers,
  February, 2003
“Seeing not believing in Kohler exhibit,” Journal Sentinel,
  review by James Auer, Feb. 24, 2003
“Formed to Function? The Sheboygan Press, review by
  Mary Ann Holley/ photo, Feb. 23, 2003
“More is More: Repetition Adds Dimension to Patterns,”
The New York Times, review by Helen Harrison,
  color photo, October 13, 2002
“Seeing Things,” Feature/ Artist Project (18 pages),
  Art Journal, Essay by Patricia Phillips, Executive Editor,
  Winter Issue 2002-03
“A Sprinking of Diamonds,” Magazine, review
  by Charlie Finch, December 13, 2002
• “Artists Shine in Shared Show, Denver Post,” review by
  Kyle MacMillan, photo, February 10, 2003
• “High Tech Impact Comes Through Unplugged,” The Rocky
  Mountain News, review by Mary Voelz Chandler, color photo,
  January 25, 2003
“Grooving to the Oldies--Fascinating shows feature riffs on
  the golden age of modernism,”
Westword, review by
  Michael Paglia, January 30, 2003
“DEVORAH SPERBER, Post-Digital: 800 Lbs. of Pixels,”
The New York Times, review by Ken Johnson, March 23, 2001
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