New work included in Symbiotic Spheres at the Museum of American Glass by Nate Ricciuto

   
  
   
  
    
  
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     Symbiotic Spheres: The Interlocking Worlds of Glass, Science, and Art    April 3rd, 2018 – December 30th, 2018    www.wheatonarts.org      This expansive exhibition, curated by Brooklyn artist Benjamin Wright, features over 20 contemporary artists whose work is inspired by science. The artwork on display will allow visitors to explore the role of creativity endemic to both science and art, while showcasing glass as a medium that provides a challenge to their perceived divide. At every turn, glass materially magnifies, distorts and illuminates this trans-disciplinary world of wonder.

Symbiotic Spheres: The Interlocking Worlds of Glass, Science, and Art

April 3rd, 2018 – December 30th, 2018

www.wheatonarts.org

 

This expansive exhibition, curated by Brooklyn artist Benjamin Wright, features over 20 contemporary artists whose work is inspired by science. The artwork on display will allow visitors to explore the role of creativity endemic to both science and art, while showcasing glass as a medium that provides a challenge to their perceived divide. At every turn, glass materially magnifies, distorts and illuminates this trans-disciplinary world of wonder.

FalseFlame: Lindsay Deifik and Nate Ricciuto by Nate Ricciuto

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Pilot+Projects - 1719 N. 5th St, Philadelphia, PA

February 10, 2018 - March 9, 2018 Opening Reception 7pm February 10, 2018

"The revealing that rules in modern technology is a challenging, which puts to nature the unreasonable demand that it supply energy that can be extracted and stored as such"

-Heidegger The question Concerning Technology, 1954

Pilot+Projects is pleased to announce FalseFlame. This is the second exhibition in an ongoing collaboration between Nate Ricciuto and Lindsay Deifik, working between Columbus, OH and Philadelphia, PA respectively. Working playfully to harmonize their parallel interests in natural phenomena and the apparatuses that constrain them, this process is guided by industrious inquiry and an exercise in material contrasts. The exhibition will feature collaborative sculptures both kinetic and still, incorporating printed media, glass, light, and textiles.

 

Juror's Choice Award | Irvin Borowsky Prize in Glass Arts by Nate Ricciuto

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The 2017 Borowsky Prize Committee is pleased to announce that they have awarded the University of the Arts' fifth annual Irvin Borowsky International Prize in Glass Arts to Anjali Srinivasan. Two finalists, Nate Ricciuto and Anna Mlasowsky, received the Juror's Choice Award, given to glass artists whose work shows commendable skill and challenges the field of contemporary art.

The Irvin Borowsky International Prize in Glass Arts is made possible by a generous gift from the late University of the Arts Trustee Irvin J. Borowsky and his wife, Laurie Wagman, a current trustee. The 2017 Prize was selected by an international panel of artists, educators and collectors.  This year's jurors include Uta Klotz, editor-in-chief of NEUES GLAS - NEW GLASS: art & architecture, in Germany; Susie Silbert, curator of modern and contemporary glass at the Corning Museum of Glass; Rui Sasaki, glass artist and 2016 recipient of the Borowsky Prize; Dan Clayman, glass artist; Dr. Arlene Silvers, curator of the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia; Laurie Wagman, UArts trustee and widow of Irvin Borowsky, for whom the Prize is named; Brian Effron, UArts trustee and glass collector; Sharyn O'Mara; head of the Glass program at Temple University's Tyler School of Art, and Richard Whiteley, head of the Glass Workshop at the School of Art, Australian National University in Canberra.

Individual Excellence Award Recipient - Ohio Arts Council by Nate Ricciuto

Individual Excellence Awards are peer recognition of creative artists for the exceptional merit of a body of their work that advances or exemplifies the discipline and the larger artistic community. These awards support artists' growth and development and recognize their work in Ohio and beyond. During this funding cycle, applications in crafts, design arts and illustration, interdisciplinary and performance art, media arts, photography, two-dimensional visual arts, and three-dimensional visual arts were accepted.

             - Ohio Arts Council

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Greater Columbus Arts Council Supply Grant Recipient by Nate Ricciuto

I'm pleased to announce that I have been awarded a 2017 Supply Grant from the Greater Columbus Arts Council. The funds from GCAC allowed me to expand the scope of some planned projects and purchase materials for creating new work. Rise Over Run Again is a sculptural installation constructed with acrylic diffuser panels, mirrors, spray painted carpet and printed imagery.