Guy Hundere at NOCCA


A Second of Your Time
 
NOCCA
2800 Chartres Street
KEN KIRSCHMAN ARTSPACE
504-940-2787
www.nocca.com
Mon – Fri 9 am -12 pm; Sat 12 pm - 3 pm

Five artists working in photography and video consider the passage of time in their work, incorporating fundamental ideas about duration and editing that have been pushed to different extremes. Guy Hundere is one of these artists.

Working with video and animation, Guy Hundere’s animated forms - even when not representing living things - have something strangely living about them.  They feel and think and breathe invisibly, as if built around some kind of physiological structure. Trained in computer science he has used the physics of airplane flight mixed with the algorithms of birds in flight to produce patterns that the airplanes follow. The dissolution of boundaries has the unsettling effect of reminding the viewer that the human species is closer to other kin of the animal kingdom than we like to think.

Guy Hundere is originally from Texas and now lives and works in Germany. He has exhibited widely in the United States and in Europe. 

EDUCATION

BS in Computer Science
    Vanderbilt University, Nashville

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2007    A Fitting for Durations, George Adams Gallery, New York NY
2004    Ornithomancy, Artists Looking at Art, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio TX
2002      The New York Armory Photography Show, New York NY, represented by Finesilver/FYI, San Antonio TX
2003    Mass, Three Walls, San Antonio TX
2000    Rift, Satellite Space, University of Texas at San Antonio TX

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2007    Speed III, IVAM Institut Valencià d’Art Modern, Valencia Spain (catalogue)
2006    Reasonable, Flaca, London UK
2006    Less is More | More or Less, Weinstein Gallery, Minneapolis MN
2006    Critics Select 2006, Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Long Branch NJ
2005    EV+A, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick Ireland (catalogue)
2005    Phenomenology, Commerce Street Art Space, Houston TX
2004    Environmental Excursions, Subspace, Berlin Germany
2004    The Soft Machine, ArtWhere, San Antonio TX
2004    Images of Time and Place: Contemporary Views of Landscape, Lehman College 
Art Gallery CUNY, New York NY
2003    Scope, New York, NY, represented by Finesilver / FYI, San Antonio TX
2003    RE:LAX, DCKT Charles Cowles Gallery, New York NY
2003    Ever, ARCO, Madrid Spain, represented by Sala Diaz, San Antonio TX (catalogue)
2003    Mixer 03, Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago IL
2003    Road Show, George Adams Gallery, New York NY
2003    Still/Motion, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco CA
2003     AIRPORT  ’03, HEREart, New York NY
2003    Fly Away, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park KS
2003    A Sense of Place, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington TX
2002    10x3: Ten Contemporary San Antonio Artists, San Antonio Art Museum, San Antonio TX
2002    New American Talent, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin TX (catalogue)
2002    Texas Dialogues, Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio TX
2001    Stolen~properties, Sala Diaz, San Antonio TX
2000    Arts and Eats, Blue Star Contemporary Art Space, San Antonio TX
1999    Objects: Blurring the Line, Satellite Space, University of Texas at San Antonio TX
1998    Sound, refusalon, San Francisco CA
1995    Flora La Langue, Broadway Performance Hall, Washington State Arts Commission, Seattle WA (collaboration with choreographer Kristina Dillard)
1994    Autogol, Ex-Convento del Carmen, Guadalajara México (collaboration with artist Thomas Glassford)
1993    Random Access, COCA (Center on Contemporary Art), Seattle WA
1993    Red Dot Sale, Blue Star, San Antonio TX

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2004    Frodahl, Julie. “Guy Hundere: Interview.” Habit of Creation.org (April 2004).
2003    Olson, Marisa S. “Review: Still/Motion.” AfterImage (March/April 2003).
2003    Anon. “Review: A Sense of Place: Curated by Glenn Nerwin.” Absolutearts.com (April 2003).
2003     Anon. “Cuando La Tecnologia Copia La Organizacion De La Naturaleza”, El Mundo, 14 February 2003
2003     Bing, Alison. “Review: Still/Motion: Motion Sensitive.” www.sfgate.com (March 2003).
2002     Goddard, Dan. “Hints of Violence Threaded in Today’s Art.” San Antonio Express News, DATE.
2002       Colpitt, Frances. “Report from San Antonio.” Art in America (February 2002).
2001     Linder, Kelly. “Review: Stolen~properties.” www.stretcher.org (July 2001).
2001     Atwell, Wendy Weil. “Review: Stolen~properties.” Artlies (Fall 2001).

RESIDENCIES

2006    East Hampton Artists Residency, nominated by Dan Cameron, East Hampton, NY 
2005    Sir Tyrone Guthrie Centre, awarded John Hunt Bursary by Dan Cameron, County of Monaghan Ireland

LECTURES

2004    Simulation and Other Re-enactments: Modeling the Unseen, Banff New Media Institute, Banff Canada
2004    Video Art, University of Texas San Antonio, San Antonio TX
2004    Artists Looking at Art Lecture Series, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio TX
2002     New American Talent, Texas Fine Arts Association, Austin TX
2002    Texas Dialogues, Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio TX