The Philip Feldman Gallery + Project Space presents an exhibition of Cassadra C. Jones’ work in the Project Space.

Cassandra C. Jones is a New York-based artist who works in the same vein as Eadweard Muybridge in the sense of motion studies and current and emergent technologies and techniques. Jones’ primary source of images are found on the Internet. She then combines the images into collaged works, videos and wallpaper installations.

“I consider my laptop and wherever I can find a WiFi signal to be my main studio. Everything I make starts there, searching for and collecting thousands of other peoples snapshot photos from eBay, public domain archives and every image exchange known to Google. I compile these photographs together in groups of like subject matter, from lightning bolts to every possible increment of a horses gallop. I then organize each lot in various ways [via video, print or installation] that tell stories about human observation and the power of photographic imagery in our snap-happy contemporary lifestyle.”

Unattributed Album

Critical Art Ensemble: Keep Hope Alive Block Party + Acceptable Losses

Day Job

Xylor Jane and B. Wurtz

Binary Lore

An Exhibition That Might Exist

Luc Tuymans: Graphic Works - Kristallnacht to Technicolor

Feldman Gallery: Untraceable

Feldman Gallery: The Searchers

Regina Silveira: Outgrown (Tracks and Shadows)

Artist Talk: Amy Bessone

Crisis Image Archives

Artist Talk: Xylor Jane and B. Wurtz

Learn to Read Art: A History of Printed Matter

Quantum Shirley

Between my head and my hand, there is always the face of death.

PNCA Feldman Gallery: Behind the Star


“This Just In … Endless War”—Justseeds/Combat Paper Workshop

Jungjin Lee: Wind

An Appearance from Quantum Shirley





Abigail Anne Newbold: Living Through Making

Eva and Franco Mattes, (a.k.a. 0100101110101101.ORG)

Walkthrough: Learn to Read Art

Between my head and my hand, there is always the face of death.

Artist Talk: Mack McFarland and Marieke Verbiesen

Gathering Thoughts: A People’s Art History

Artist Reception: Xylor Jane and B. Wurtz

Happy Birthday: A Celebration of Chance and Listening

Curator Walkthrough: Kristan Kennedy

Gathering Resistance: Black Lives Matter - The Artists' Call

Thomas Zummer: a partial retrospective of works I should have done

The Shape of the Problem

Curator Walkthrough: It's All A Blur

Web of Trails

Telephone Game

Nina Katchadourian: Sorted Books

It's All A Blur

Day Job Curator Walk Through

Critical Art Ensemble: Acceptable Losses Opening Reception

Feelings and How to Destroy Them

Nina Katchadourian: Sorted Books

Conspiracy Theory: Robert Boyd 2009

Learn to Read Art: A History of Printed Matter

Artist Talk | Bean Gilsdorf