elcatsbO Obstacle considers the far reaching spatial, cultural, political, and environmental implications of the US / Mexico border and beyond. It brings together projects by Jill Marie Holslin, Ryan Legassicke, and Andrew Sturm.
Exhibition in conjunction with Offensive Fences film festival organized by MoRUS
Sept. 26, 2019 – Oct.27, 2019
Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space, 155 Avenue C, New York, NY 10009, & La Plaza Cultural Community Garden
Sept. 12 – Oct. 29, 2017 – Home of the Moment included in fête: 50 Years of Sheridan’s Craft and Design program, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga, ON
2015 – Frances Davida Legassicke born Sept 7th!
2015 – The Sculpture Center in Cleveland published a W2S 2014 exhibition catalogue with essays by Douglas Max Utter
2015 – Allison Fonder, “Jonald Dudd Exhibition Challenges the Definition of Design,” core77.com, May 22.
2014 – Shadows (wall disease) opens October 11 4-7pm at La Plaza Cultural Community Garden, New York, NY and at the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space, New York, NY – exhibition assistance from the Ontario Arts Council, project assistance from the Canada Council for the Arts
“The physicality of these walls, and the ideologies they represent, will stand in stark contrast to the space around it, a historic community garden. The exhibition highlights the importance of continuing to work to preserve public spaces as free and open community spaces.” – Bill DiPaola, MoRUS co-director
2013 – No Trespassing / Space Available & related works opened March 16 at 487.5 Concord Ave in Toronto
2011 – Artist talk, TEDx Bermuda
2011 – Presentation and panel discussion as part of Homework: Infrastructures and Collaboration in Social Practice presented by Broken City Lab, Windsor, Ontario – October 21-22
2011 – Taught a one week workshop “Knock down Furniture” at Beam Camp, Stafford, New Hampshire
2010 – No Trespassing / Space Available & the Art & Music Library Gallery, University of Rochester