Drawing in Canadian Art
My Drawing, "Crash", in the Futures issue of Canadian Art accompanying this incredible piece by Alexandra Molotkow. "The condition of being alive now is infinite accessible worlds at once. Realities, and priorities, reconfigure by day, by hour, by tab. Now one of arts most vital functions is to crystallize a single world for a fixed and reproducible duration."
Press for The Transformational Makeover Salon
The Transformational Makeover Salon at PULSE
The Transformational Makeover Salon is traveling to Miami as a commissioned project for PULSE art fair! On December 1, the opening day of the fair, Prince will be taking appointments in the salon, inviting participants to undergo Transformational Makeovers. The salon installation and makeover documentation will be on view for the duration of the fair.
Check out PULSE Projects for more info.
After much experimentation and deliberation, I am so proud to be releasing my first collection of functional ceramics! These extruded and hand-built vessels are intended to bring awareness to the act of choosing, placing, arranging, and compartmentalizing. The forms are inspired by 17th Century Dutch tulip vases and retro futurist spacecraft and architecture.
For pricing information and sales inquiries please email email@example.com.
The TM Salon In The New York Times!
The Transformational Makeover Salon in T: The New York Times Style Magazine! Read it here!
The Transformational Makeover Salon
In Limbo presents Erica Prince’s Transformational Makeover Salon, a relational project and installation. Prince will be taking private appointments in the salon, inviting participants to undergo Transformational Makeovers. The Transformational Makeover projects (ongoing since 2014) are about experimenting with physical appearance in an effort to gain perspective on one's everyday self. They are not about beauty, but focus instead on the liberating opportunity to become something else for a moment.
79 Maujer St
May 8- June 5, 2016
Closing Reception, June 5, 2-5
*Appointments extended through June 12!
Wallpaper City Guide
Dollhouse is featured in the Phiadon Wallpaper* City Guide for Philadelphia!
"Slip In" in Felt Book Exhibition in LA
The Institute for New Feeling presents:
A curated selection of work from the Felt Book
A retail store featuring the Institute for New Feeling wellness product line.
927 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles
Opening Reception May 6, 7-10pm
(Off-site) Screening at Human Resources May 18, 8-10pm
Closing Event May 24, 7-10pm
Exhibition open by appointment May 7-23
things you can't unthink at The Banff Centre
Walter Phillips Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition things you can’t unthink, featuring four female artists, Sara Cwynar (New York City), Eunice Luk (Toronto), Virginia Lee Montgomery (New York City) and Erica Prince (New York City). The exhibition speculates on conventional materials and making, emphasized through constellations of unusual and familiar objects. Curiously shaped ceramics, mirrored pools, former partitions from Yale University’s Particle Accelerator, and video coalesce in the space of the exhibition. things you can’t unthink reflects the inconsistencies and contradictions of philosophical fields – new materialism and object-oriented ontology – which are still in flux. Works included speak to innovation, craft, history and science, as well the use of artistic materials – clay, paint, found objects and precious metals – and the ways in which they are employed in the making of artworks.
Some Thoughts on Unthinking by Peta Rake for the exhibition catalogue.
January 23 - May 22, 2016
Opening Reception, Friday January 29, 5:00- 8:00
Erica Prince Artists' Talk, January 27, 1:00
Walter Philips Gallery, The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
A few of my drawings from EXTRAGALACTIC (2010), are accompanying New Work, a review by Tim Peters in The Point Magazine
The Felt Book
Slip In was recently featured in The Institute for New Feeling's FELT BOOK as an Exercise in Self Actualization. The FELT BOOK is a collaborative publication featuring a collection of home remedies created by 90+ invited artists. Each artist is asked to take on the IfNf mission statement: to explore "new ways of feeling, and ways of feeling new." The FELT BOOK has been featured in Hyperallergic, Clock Tower Radio, Art Hopper, and Westword.
I wrote an exhibition review of Julia Feyrer and Tamara Henderson's Consider The Belvedere at ICA Philadelphia. Dark dreams, alchemical mixtures and regurgitated materiality abound.
C Magazine, Issue 127: Poetry
Still Life Forever
I am in a group exhibition, Still Life Forever, curated by Stanislav Shpanin. The exhibition is a survey of contemporary still life painting as well as an attempt to generate a new understanding of the genre in the twenty-first century. Other participating artists include Rebekah Callaghan, Hilary Doyle, Alex Echevarria, Haley Josephs, Andrew Negrey and Roger White.
Stella Elkins Gallery, Tyler School of Art, September 2015
This summer I was honored to be the Director of Tyler School of Art's Summer Painting and Sculpture Intensive. The program participants were an amazing group of nine artists from all over the world. Visitors to the program included Alex Da Corte, Wendy White, Sheila Pepe, Judith Linhares, Saul Ostrow, Gregory Volk, Risa Puleo as well as many of Tyler's painting and sculpture faculty. We did so much in 7 weeks!
Here's an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer about the final exhibition.
Interview on Daily Serving
In this interview with Ashley Stull Meyers on Daily Serving, I talk dollhouses, drawings, performance and feng shui.
Published June 19, 2015.
Banff Centre Residency
I spent the month of May in Banff, Alberta at The Banff Centre as an Artist-In-Residence!
319 N 11th St, Philadelphia, PA
April 3- 25, 2015
Opening Reception: April 3, 6-10pm
Music Video + Album Art for Natalie Prass
I Co-Directed a music video with Tiona McClodden for Natalie Prass' new single Why Don't You Believe In Me. The video will premier on NPR on Feb 4, 2015. Watch it here!
Natalie's self-titled album is coming out at the end of January via Spacebomb and Columbia Records. I also did the album art!
Check out Pitchfork Advance January 20-27 to stream the full album and see clips from the music video shoot.
Pierogi Flat Files
My work is now in the Pierogi Flat Files. Check it out online, or in Brooklyn.
Chroma Key Transformational Makeovers with ESP TV
To kick off the Transformational Makeovers series, I am collaborating with E.S.P. TV to perform Chroma Key Transformational Makeovers during a live taping event to be broadcast on Public Access TV, E.S.P. TV episode #72, December 9, 10pm on Ch 67 Time Warner in Manhattan. Or watch it online here:http://vimeo.com/esptv/review/114257390/e7d17b2cb4.
Live Taping October 24, 2014, 8-11pm
AUX Performance Space
Co-organized by AUX Curatorial Fellow Whitney Kimball
I am pleased to announce the beginning of my Transformational Makeovers series, an ongoing project in Philadelphia and New York.
Participants are invited to fill out a preliminary survey, which partially determines the direction of their makeover. Participants will meet me for a consultation, "before selfies", and then the transformation begins. A post-makeover survey and "after selfies" determine the results of the transformation.
If you live in the Philadelphia/New York area and are interested in participating, please email.
Ongoing from Fall 2014.
Check out my work as a part of Vox Populi's booth at Chicago Expo. In the Special Exhibitions Section.
September 18 - 21, 2014
Adjunct Faculty Exhibition
My work is on display on the second floor of Tyler School of Art with the work of Anne Schaefer.
August 25- October 3, 2014
In a group show at PEVETO with a bunch of amazing people including Donald Baechler, The Art Guys and Bill Saylor.
July 12 - August 2, 2014
The Woodmere Annual
I have 2 pieces in this year's Woodmere Annual juried by Sarah McEneaney.
June 14 - Sept 1, 2014
Open House: June 28, 12 – 4 pm
Woodmere Art Museum
Reviews of To Sit Rather Than Slip In
First Solo Exhibition at Vox Populi
Podcast Interview on theartblog.org
Libby Rosof and Roberta Fallon from The Artblog stopped by my studio for an interview!