I have an upcoming exhibition at the NINE Gallery, Portland, Oregon in September titled, "Milxed Feelings". For “Mixed Feelings” I will present new work through a large interactive wall piece with possible audio component and a related animated projection and/or digital print. This work draws on Pop and Op aesthetics and concerns amongst others to map the pathways and patterns that reflect the shifting potentialities of human affect, individually and collectively. Using systems and devices (both reliable and suspect), I am exploring a pervasive desire to divine meaning from these methodologies to record, track and evidence something about conditions of being.
This work will run in tandem with some temporary site specific interventions around the city.
I was selected for the Oregon Public Art Roster which will be active for the next three years. Upcoming publications featuring my work and an artist interview will be included in the Brooklyn-based magazine, The 22 for issue #2 on the theme of Sign and Symbol. Positive reflections on my work were featured in John Motley's review: 'Reading. Writing': Exhibition at Gallery Homeland: Word as Raw Material.
Recent accomplishments involve several small press projects including a collaboration with Justin Bland on a publication of my work,"Labyrinths", and work featured in the first issue of Samizdat,"There is Hope but not for Us", edited by Raul Mendez for the Society for the Preservation of Lost Things and Missing Time. My work is also featured in the exhibition, "Reading Writing", curated by Lisa Radon at Gallery Homeland. Current projects in process are exploring performativity of quotidian rituals through works on paper, and experimentation with short animated sequences and video.
Notable achievements include receiving a public commission from CYAN/PDX for "IN/HABIT: Messages to a Past Present or Future" an interactive site-specific project. In addition, she will be featured in Choreograph, a two-person exhibition with Jane Lackey at the Art Gym at Marylhurst University in November. Her work has been featured in several group exhibitions including Site Mapping at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Thoughtful reviews of her Seattle City Light Commission, "Currents" were written in the Seattle Times and Seattle Post Intelligencer and her work was critically discussed in the essay "Datanoid" along with images within the recent book, DATA FLOW, by Gestalten, Berlin, Germany, in 2009.
Critical achievements include the completion of her public art commission, “Conduit”, for Portland State University and TRIMET completed in August, her inclusion in Kitty Harmon's book, The Map as Art, published by Princeton Architectural Press. Ginsburg was awarded artist in residencies at Vermont Studio Center in 2008 through a full fellowship, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2007 conjunction with an exhibition there. Additionally she has received several project grants from the Regional Arts and Culture Council, and international travel grants to London and Rio de Janeiro