David Gordon

BIO

Dave Gordon is a new media and tech artist who works with photography, animation, sculpture and electronically mediated interactivity, separately and in combination. His work is often rooted in notions of collage and found object assemblage and frequently concerns itself with issues related to technology past and present. Dave has shown his work in galleries regionally and nationally and his animation has won awards internationally. His next solo show “And Then There Was Quiet: NY After 9/11” will be presented in the Russell Rotunda of the Senate Office Building in Washington D.C. in September 2012. He is currently the Artist in Residence at the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation and he is also the creator and curator of the Eadweard Muybridge Online Archive www.muybridge.org. He teaches digital imaging and new media courses at Salem State University and the Charles River Public Internet Center and has taught previously at North Shore Community College. Dave completed his undergraduate work at Oberlin College and graduated from the Interactive Telecommunication Program (ITP) at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. His work, including images from his April 2011 solo show Virtual Kinetics and the Art of the Image at the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation can be seen on-line at his website: enlightenedmonkey.net