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Lara Odell

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EDUCATION 2000 MAH in Media Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo 1998 BFA, Alfred University, Institute for Electronic Arts AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Digital imaging and printing, including large format printmaking; all stages of digital and analog video production; electronic sound recording, processing and editing; DVD authoring; projects in drawing, painting (oil and aqueous mediums), traditional printmaking. Technical Assistant and Collaborator Alfred University, Institute for Electronic Arts. October 2000 -2003 Working as a technical and conceptual collaborator and assistant to visiting resident artists, scientists and historians who have been selected for residency by the Institute for Electronic Arts. Projects included: large format digital printing with Ann Hamilton and Woody Vasulka, printers include Iris, Giclee, Design Winder and Epson 7500; coordinated and produced a set of eleven DVD's compiling a history of electronic music through cinema with historian Tom Rhea; assisted with analog and digital sound equipment with sound artists Tetsu Inoue and Stephen Vitiello. SOLO EXHIBITION 2002 Impatient Pixel, Big Orbit Gallery, series of large format Iris prints, ink-jet prints, and DVD installations. Buffalo, NY SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2002 Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales (CDAV), "Examinants," Antibodies, video. Curated by Caroline Koebel. Habana Viejo, Cuba 2002 Albright-Knox Art Museum, "In Western New York, 2002." Incident at Wal- Mart or Where's My Daughter, video. Buffalo, NY 2002 Virginia Museum of Art, "Video Collaborative," Antibodies, video. Curated by Peter Baldes. Richmond, VA 2001 Ladyfest Midwest, Power Haircut, video. Chicago, IL 2001 The Central Academy of Fine Arts, Grandma Baba and Little Boris, video. Beijing, China 2001 "Festival of Actual Kino," Grandma Baba and Little Boris, video. Novosibirsk, Russia 2001 CEPA Gallery, "Expose Yourself." Digitally generated large format ink-jet print. Buffalo, NY 2001 The Lux, "Pandaemonium 2001." Grandma Baba and Little Boris, video. London, England 2001 The Paris/Berlin International Meetings. Grandma Baba and Little Boris, video. Traveling show in Paris and Berlin. Buffalo, NY 2000 CEPA Gallery, "Ground Zero." Digitally generated ink-jet print. Buffalo, NY 1999 The M.I.A. video chainletter, part of the Joanie4Jackie series of traveling videotapes, organized by Miranda July. Diver. Portland, OR 1999 CEPA Gallery, "Emerging Artists Show." Series of large format ink-jet prints and video. Buffalo, NY ON-LINE PUBLICATIONS 2002 The Opiate of Words. [Drawings.] With poems by Logan Esdale. Alfred, NY: IEA-Flaw Press. http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~esdale/opiate.html 2001 "Texts/Drawings." How2 I.5, (March). http://www.scc.rutgers.edu/however/v1_5_2001/current/index.html REVIEWS Art Papers, review of Impatient Pixel, by Caroline Koebel, September/October 2002 issue. The Buffalo News, "City Haul," review of In Western New York 2002, August 11, 2002. AWARDS Special Opportunity Stipend Award, New York Foundation for the Arts, 2002 Best of Show Award, 2001 Selected by Aldele Henderson, Art Department Chair, SUNY at Buffalo. Digitally generated Iris print. Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo, NY The Experimental Narrative Award, for Grandma Baba and Little Boris, 2001 Festival of Actual Kino, Novosibirsk, Russia. Board of Directors Award, 2000 Selected by Douglas Dreishspoon, curator, Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Digitally generated ink-jet print. CEPA Gallery, Buffalo, NY Director's Award, 2000 Selected by Lawrence Brose, executive director of CEPA Gallery. Digitally generated ink-jet print. Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo, NY Teaching Assistantship and Full Tuition Scholarship, 1998 - 2000 Department of Media Study, State University of New York at Buffalo. RESIDENCIES 2002 Experimental Television Center, Owego, NY. Participant in a one week artist residency. 1998 Experimental Television Center, Owego, NY. Participant in a one week artist residency.