Panning for the Immaterial will be screened at Ethnografilm 2018 in Paris, April 4-8.
More info to come...
I am thrilled to announce that the film I made in collaboration with Eric Weeks, The Wind Dies The Sun Sets will be included in the Portland Biennial at the Portland Museum of Art in Portland, Maine. Curated by Nat May along with PMA Director Mark Bessire, artist Theresa Secord, and Skowhegan Co-Director Sarah Workneh.
Artists included: Gina Adams, Becca Albee, Nancy Andrews, Elise Ansel, Elizabeth Atterbury, Stephen Benenson, Sascha Braunig, Anne Buckwalter, Steve Cayard and David Moses Bridges, Tim Christensen, Jenny McGee Dougherty, Angela Dufresne, David Driskell, John Harlow, Séan Alonzo Harris, Erin Johnson, Shaun Leonardo, Jonathan Mess, Daniel Minter, Rosamond Purcell, Joshua Reiman and Eric Weeks, Fred Tomah, DM Witman
So excited to collaborate with my wife Addy Smith-Reiman in the exhibition The Apartment Curated by Ethan Murrow. The Apartment is a exquisite corpse wall drawing taking up Space Gallery in Portland Maine from June 8- September 9, 2017. For 6 weeks, artists Ethan Murrow, Joshua Reiman & Addy Smith-Reiman, Anthony Young, Carly Glovinski, Jamal Thorne and Aaron Stephan will create a collective wall drawing in the gallery. Each artist is asked to cover their work before the next entered the space, only leaving a fraction of their creation for the next artist to work from.
I have an interview with Julianne Swartz in the May issue of Sculpture Magazine.
The film I made with Eric Weeks, The Wind Dies The Sun Sets, will be part of the 8th Cairo Video Festival this month in Egypt. Honored to be invited to be in this really dynamic global festival. The film will be shown as part of the program titled Attension Span on Feb11 at Zawya Cinema / Odeon Cinema 4 متفرع من ش طلعت حرب، وسط البلد، Qasr an Nile, Cairo Governorate. http://cvf.medrar.org
My Film Panoramique de l'immatériel, won best Experimental Short Film
at the Paris Independent Film Festival last week! Very excited :)
It has been a while since I have updated the news section of this site. A lot has happened in the past few months, but nothing better that the birth of my son Ole B Fossdalur Reiman. Addy and Ole are doing well and I can't be happier.
Here are a few things that are happening or have just past:
My Film Panoramique de l'immatériel, 2015 will be playing at the Paris Independent Film Festival on November 28, 2016 at 8pm at Cine' XII Theatre, 1 Avenue Junot, 75018 Paris www.filmfestival.paris
The film Eric Weeks and I made, The Wind Dies The Sun Sets, 2016 is playing in Marrakesh Morroco at ARTCOP22 - WACE Arkane Afrika as part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change as part of ART SPEAKS OUT a curated exhibition by Vanina Saracino fo IkonoTV. The exhibition runs November 7-18, 2016. https://fr-fr.facebook.com/arkane.maroc/
I have a new article in the October issue of Sculpture Magazine about the Carrie Furnaces in Pittsburgh, PA - You can read the article here: https://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag16/oct_16/fullfeature.shtml
The Wind Dies The Sun Sets, my new film that was made in collaboration with Eric Weeks is the winner of IkonoTV's Art Speaks Out 2016! The film is playing all month on http://www.ikonotv.art/special/439727/THE-WIND-DIES-THE-SUN-SETS.html
Very happy to have an article in the September issue of Sculpture Magazine on artist Lewis Colburn! you can read it here: http://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag16/sept_16/sept16_features5.shtml
In October I spoke at the International Sculpture Conference in Pittsbrugh PA. I also took my BFA sculpture students and a few MFA students to the conference from the Maine College of Art where I teach. What a fabulous trip for all. Thanks ISC and to Benjamin Entner for including me on his panel. Cheers!