Happy to announce that I received a 2019 grant from the Puffin Foundation in Video/Film to support a new experimental project for my ongoing body of work “Good Luck with the Sun”.
“Sun Notations” will be featured on an outdoor media wall at the
2019 International Symposium on Electronic Arts (ISEA2019).
Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, South Korea
Sat. June 22 – Fri. June 28, 2019
Solo Exhibition: Pompano Beach Cultural Center
April 12- July 5, 2019 | M-F: 10am-6pm
Pompano Beach, Florida
featuring new work from the series “Good Luck with the Sun”
“Sun”, curated by James Eric Simpson
CASP Studio 1
opening, Friday February 1, 6pm-9pm
panel discussion on solar energy: Saturday February 2, 7pm-9pm
1010 Mac Davis Ln.
Lubbock TX, 79401
Studio 1 at CASP presents: ‘Sun’ – the third of four exhibitions to focus on vital resources of the South Plains. For this exhibition, all projects focus on harnessing the sun – as energy, as medium, and as a dialogue. ‘Sun’ brings together art objects, modular solar panel kits, and floating habitat workspaces, as a means to approach an interdisciplinary engagement with this vital resource. Participants and speakers come from varying backgrounds in engineering (Tim Dallas, TTU), visual art (Carol Flueckiger, Andrew Lawson and Krista Steinke) and architecture (Chris Taylor).
in their element
11.15.2018 – 02.10.2019
opening reception 11.15.2018, 5-8pm
artist talks @ 6:30pm
200 E Saint John Street,
Spartanburg South Carolina
Krista Steinke: Good Luck With the Sun at W&TW
By Melany Jean, Fri. June 1, 2018
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(a participating space for 2018 Houston Fotofest)
6700 Harrisburg Blvd.
Houston, TX 77011
opening: Sat. March 17, 7-9pm
on view through April 21, 2018 (Saturdays and by apt)
for more information: http://box13artspace.com/
Work from my “Sun Notations” series featured in a group exhibition at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, summer 2017
Field Work, The Pinkard Gallery
July 20-August 5th, 2017
curated by Kim Domalski
part of 2017 Artscape
Field Work is an exhibition that includes artworks that intersect science, process, and creativity.
“A profound and disturbing short experimental film that guides the viewer through sublime natural imagery with the voice of Mother Earth acting as a guide. This film challenges its very means of communication- the concept of film- and will leave you shaken. There is no substitute for nature, and certainly not a movie”. – Earth Day Film Festival
National Weather Center Biennale
Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Oklahoma University
April 23- June 19, 2017
opening reception April 23
My pinhole image “Since you’ve been gone (two month exposure) will be included in this international exhibition focused on weather in contemporary art.