Friday, February 11, 7:30 PM, 77 Massachusetts Ave, room 2-105, Cambridge, MA
will show and discuss her paintings created with algorithms written by a computer program
painting: Stringlattice 1
John Mercuri Dooley
will read his poetry and discuss his use of chance procedures in composition
poem: SOL 1
Notes on SOL pieces
Reese Inman was born in Maine and currently resides in Boston, MA. A graduate of Harvard University and recipient of the David McCord arts award, Reese has studied painting, film, design and classical piano. As a multimedia producer, she has acted as creative director, designer and/or computer programmer for numerous educational websites, CD-ROMs and videos for technology, publishing, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. In fall 2003, she was a finalist in the Fitchburg Art Museumís New England/New Talent competition and was selected by the Boston Society of New and Emerging Artists (BSNEA) as a featured visual artist for 2003-4. Reese is a 2004 graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Diploma program, a recipient of the 2004 Dana Pond Award in Painting, and is represented by Gallery NAGA, Boston. For further information, email: studio@ reeseinman.com.
John Mercuri Dooley's poems have been published in Shampoo, untitled: a magazine of prose poetry, Spectaculum, Journal of Modern Writing and elsewhere; and his concrete and sound poetry has been presented at Brickbottom Gallery in Somerville, Mass., and Oni Gallery in Boston. He has a handful of manuscripts in search of publishers, the latest of which is "Alliterates, Alphabets, Catenas," and is currently at work on an extended series of conversation monologues composed using words chosen from Andy Warhols's novel, "a, a novel." He also co-curates Demolicious, a poetry/multimedia series focusing on experimental work, the first Sunday of every month at the Green Street Grill, 280 Green St., Cambridge, Mass.