CAROLYN RADLO


ABOUT

Carolyn Radlo, whose artistic practice encompasses video, photography, writing, and sculpture, began as a painter. Her work is mostly concerned with metaphysics and the problems of representing the nature and experience of life. The works are meditative, intentionally intellectual and socially conscious.


Carolyn Radlo works often with her daughter, artist and curator Alanna Simone, in a collaborative effort they call C+A Projects. Their projects deal with social and political situations communicated through sparse text and evocative imagery. They like to work with words, images, and meaning without necessarily relying on narrative or linearity. Many of their projects focus on the exchange of ideas between them, the differences and similarities that show up in their work made side by side, but always guided and supported by chance.


NEWS

7.16.2014
Interviewed with Alanna Simone about and this forest will be a desert by Lili White for AXWonline.

7.3-5.2014 and 7.9-19.2014
ANFORTAS exhibited in Festival Miden 2014, Kalamata, Greece and again in Athens.

4.26.2014
ANFORTAS included in the PoetryFilm presentation at O, Miami Festival Miami, Florida.

3.27.2014
and this forest will be a desert screened in GAZE at Artist Television Access in San Francisco, CA.

3.5.2014
No. 1515 included in Another Experiment by Women screening part of the New Filmmakers series at Anthology Film Archives, NYC.

12.1.2013
and this forest will be a desert included in Paradise, a screening curated by Mark French and Toby Tatum at Electric Palace Cinema, Hastings, UK. Paradise received press in the Hastings Observer.

9.25-10.7.2013
ANFORTAS exhibited at the 5th Cairo Video Festival at Medrar for Contemporary Art, Cairo, Egypt.

8.25.2013
Interviewed by Lili White for AXWFF on feminism and about the film, No. 1515

6.1.2013
Commissioned music videos I-V created with Alanna Simone screened during Make Music Fair at the Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena CA.

3.20.2013
ANFORTAS premiered in PoetryFilm Equinox curated by Malgozata Kitowski, Charlotte Street Cinema, London UK.

3.8.2013
What I Remember shown at ArtNight at the Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena CA.

12.28.2012
and this forest will be a desert was one of the Favorites from AXWFF (Another Experiment by Women Film Festival) chosen by curator Lili White for the MIA (Moving Image Art) screening in Pasadena CA.

11.18.2012
and this forest will be a desert shown at the Nurture the Environment Festival, The Expo Art Center, Long Beach CA.

10.4 - 11.30.2012
and this forest will be a desert chosen for the short film program at Peralta Junction in Oakland CA.

9.5.2012
and this forest will be a desert included in the 24-Hour Video Art Festival, Gallery 479, University of California, Santa Barbara.

2012-2015
Rice Relief included in the traveling exhibition, Water Water Everywhere: Paean to a Vanishing Resource which begins its tour in The Museums of Los Gatos, CA August - December, 2012
and in September, 2012 at the Francis McCray Gallery of Contemporary Art, Western New Mexico University in conjunction with ISEA 2012 Albuquerque (18th International Symposium on Electroinc Art).
In 2013 the show screened at Nigeria's Upez African Humanitarian Development Project;
Naropa University in Boulder CO;
Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena CA;
Penninsula College in Port Angeles WA.
In 2014, at El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso TX and
Allegheny College, Meadville, PA.
2015 the show goes on to the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at the University of Connecticut-Avery Point, 2015;
and at the Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington WV.

6.16.2012
Being Goes On Regardless exhibited in the MIA preview during the Make Music Festival at the Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena CA. MIA (Moving Image Art) screenings curated by Alanna Simone.

1.29.2012
and this forest will be a desert screened in the Masters on Main Film and Video Festival, Catskill Community Theater, Catskill, NY. Curated by Jacqueline Weaver.

1.12.2012
A conversation between Elliot Ross, Carolyn Radlo and Alanna Simone titled, Experience, Memory and the Challenge of Time: Art and the Holocaust, and moderated by CIIS Trustee Tamar March was held in conjunction with the exhibition, Yehudhith and The Grandfathers at California Institute of Intergal Studies, San Francisco.

1.1.2012
Rice Relief will go on the road in a traveling exhibition, Water, Water Everywhere, organized by Jennifer Heath. (Details forthcoming.)

11.5.2011
and this forest will be a desert included in the Another Experiment by Women Film Festival. Presented by Lili White at Millenium Film Workshop, NYC.

11.4.2011 - 1.29.12
THE GRANDFATHERS exhibited in conjunction with Yehudhith, photos by Elliot Ross at California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco.

10.1.2011
and this forest will be a desert chosen for the Shorts program in the AND (Abandon Normal Devices) Festival, Liverpool, UK.

8.5 - 8.27.2011
Red White and Red White Rice included in the second wave of the Summer of Video Art exhibition at Krowswork Gallery, Oakland CA.

7.27.2011
Rice Relief screens as part of New Filmmakers Night at Anthology Film Archives, NYC. Presented by curators Lili White and Victoria Kereszi of Eye Am: Women Behind the Lens and Another Experiment by Women.

5.20 & 21.2011
and this forest will be a desert included in the outdoor screening No Dialogue at art fair ArtPadSF in San Francisco, CA. Curated by Dorka Keehn and gallerist Jasmine Moorhead.

3.16.2011
Cauda Pavonis screens as part of New Filmmakers Night at Anthology Film Archives, NYC. Presented by curators Lili White and Victoria Kereszi of Eye Am: Women Behind the Lens and Another Experiment by Women.

3.3.2011
Conversations postcards found! after having been lost in a shipwreck off the coast of Brazil...
Now available on the C + A Projects website!

12.10.2010
and this forest will be a desert included in the group show GONE at Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA.

11.8.2010
A Little Something Serious screening at Brooks Institute, Ventura, CA.
Under Grace, THE GRANDFATHERS, Red White, Rice Relief, and this forest will be a desert, The Present Present.

7.11.10
A Little Something Serious screening at 9th Street Independent Film Center, San Francisco, CA.
Under Grace, THE GRANDFATHERS, Smoking, Rice Relief, The Present Present.