Jay Gould featured in Hopkins exhibition

MICA Photo faculty, Jay Gould, shows new work at Johns Hopkins…

MICA Photo is pleased to announce the upcoming reception for the opening of Jay Gould’s new exhibition, “Extreme Materials & Conditions”. This show is part of Jay’s collaborative effort with the HEMI/MICA artist-in-residence at Hopkins.  This video gives an a glimpse of the work that Jay has been doing with the lab a Hopkins. Please come and attend the opening reception, and kudos to Jay for this outstanding collaboration!

 

Jay Gould shows at Loyola University

Jay Gould, MICA Photo faculty, presents Uncertain Passages…

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The Julio Fine Arts Gallery at Loyola University Maryland presents Uncertain Passages, work by Jay Gould. Jay Gould is a mixed-media, contemporary artist working with themes of science and storytelling. His work explores a wide range of conceptual material using photography, often in combination with machine driven and hand-crafted fabrication of wood and acrylic. The Uncertain Passages series explores and meditates on the unobservable reality that theoretically underpins our existence. The artworks seek to balance the exhaustion of attempting to photograph an idea that may prove not to exist with the poetic license that comes from working with currently unknowable paradoxes. 

Jay Gould holds an M.F.A. in Photography from Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, Georgia, and a B.F.A. from University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He was an Artist in Residence & Visiting Scholar at the HEMI Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD and a United States Winner at the Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Festival, Boston, MA. Gould has exhibited his work throughout the U.S. and abroad. He currently teaches at Maryland Institute College of Art.

Exhibition: Jay Gould, Uncertain Passages

When:
January 25 – February 19, 2017
Monday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday & Sunday, 1 – 4 p.m.
Reception and artist’s talk: Thursday, Feb. 2, 5-7 p.m.

Where:
Loyola University Maryland
Julio Fine Arts Gallery
4501 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21210

http://www.loyola.edu/academics/fine-arts/gallery

Framing and exhibition finishing workshop

Skills for you to use…
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The Wilgus Committee will be holding a framing and finishing workshop with Jay on Sunday, April 10th for juniors and senior photo majors.This would be a great opportunity to learn these important skills while preparing for exhibitions!

If you’re interested in participating, please email wilgusgallery@gmail.com and we will put your name on the list. Space is limited. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

 

Jay Gould selected as HEMI/MICA Extreme-Arts-Program artist in residence

 

Jay_Gould_272x381MICA Photo is proud to announce that our own Jay Gould has been selected as the first Artist in Residence for the HEMI/MICA Extreme Arts Program. The goal of this artist/designer in residence position is to bring MICA and JHU faculty together to collaborate and explore ways to represent, visualize, and/or interpret HEMI research. Jay will be working with JHU during the Spring semester, beginning in January 2016, and hopes to give them a new set of analogies and context for their research that may allow it to reach out beyond their peers and intrigue new audiences who are completely unaware of their work.

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“Interrogate” – © Jay Gould

“I believe that many of us often look to science in a similar way that we look at art, not for cold calculation, but for a story, something amazing , and a new mystery for our minds to unravel.” ~ Jay Gould

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                                                                                                                                                         “Mem’s Pizza Grid” – © Jay Gould

http://hemi.jhu.edu/news/jay-gould-selected-as-hemimica-extreme-arts-program-artist-in-residence/

Seeing / Being – Call for Entries: Deadline is Oct. 19th!!!

From Professor Jay Gould and Tim Mahoney (Photo ’15)

Seeing / Being

Call for participation Deadline October 19

Middendorf Gallery,  November 5 – 16

This exhibition welcomes the varied interactions of photographic rendering and sculptural materiality. We want to see how you choose to interpret this theme by submitting work to potentially be included.

The interaction of photography and sculpture has an incredibly rich history and is constantly evolving. In many cases, both emphasize the materiality of the work and visually demonstrate the properties specific to a material. This may be the materiality of whatever surface a photograph is produced on, or a visual dialog between materials in a photograph and the materials existing in three dimensions. Photographs often serve to record ephemeral sculptures that cannot exist more than a moment or even evade the sensitivity of our eyes.

Where do you see the interaction? Can you show the audience this? We challenge you!

Submission Guidelines

  •  Create a PDF document with some images embedded and an explanation of the work that you are submitting. It does not have to be a formally written document, but should clarify the plan for this particular work.
  • Submitting multiple works on the same document is encouraged.
  • If you have questions or concerns about the installation of your work, please note those in the document as well.
  • Save PDF document as Lastname_Firstname.pdf or similar.
  • Email to: jgould02@mica.edu by Sunday, October 19 at 11:59pm. Please use the subject line “Seeing/Being Entry

Other Details

• Artists will be contacted regarding their entries and notified about their status within 3 days of deadline.

• All invited works must arrive at the Middendorf Gallery in the Station Building for installation on Tuesday, November 4 (time TBD) Artists will be expected to install their own work.

• Pedestals may be requested. Questions you have about other installation should be included in the entry document

 

Please Contact Jay Gould, Jgould02@mica.edu, or Tim Mahoney, tmahoney@mica.edu, for questions and concerns.