Happy Hour Artist Salon with Gerald Cannon
6pm, Thursday, May 1, 2014
Press Street’s Antenna Gallery
3718 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117
Gerald Cannon will give a talk at 6pm, Thursday, May 1 in conjunction with the Parameters exhibition on view at Antenna Gallery until May 4. The Parameters exhibition features four artists who use interesting rules or guidelines to create their work. Canon’s digital prints within the exhibition suggest natural forms, but were created using code and logarithms.
Disposal 6 by Gerald Cannon, Archival Digital Print, 2013
GERALD CANNON currently teaches Digital Arts at Loyola University New Orleans. Cannon has had numerous one-person exhibitions and been included in group exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe. He has won fellowship grants from the Southern Arts Federation/NEA, the Southeastern Center for the Contemporary Arts, and the Louisiana Division of the Arts. Notable exhibitions include the SIGGRAPH’96 , the 2001 New Orleans Museum of Art Triennial, a twenty year retrospective exhibition at Clark Hall Gallery in Southeastern Louisiana University in 2001, and an exhibition and artist residency in Innsbruck, Austria in 2002. In 2005, Cannon was awarded the Louisiana Regent’s ATLAS Grant – the first given to a visual artist for personal research.