More from the failed utopian - FiveMyles, Brooklyn2017
Project and public lecture, Decennial of the Italian Cultural Association Diogene, Turin, Italy
Residency: Pianpicollo Selvatico, Alta Langa, Piemonte, Italy - for work on a collaborative book project with artist/physicist Alice Benessia, investigating common threads and mutual resonances between fundamental physics and the roots of the art making process
Gardens on Orchard, Lesley Heller Workspace, New York2016
Lecture - Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
why winter, 2015 (See Publications) acquired by Brooklyn Museum Library and Archives
Paper Jam - Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
Lecture - The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY2015
Whatever I make is a failure to be anything else but itself, November 2015 - Interview with images. Click EN on right for English (See Publications)
Artist Talk/Performance - Lesley Heller Workspace, New Yorkthe failed utopian, Lesley Heller Workspace, 54 Orchard St., New York. Solo exhibition of felt wall pieces and works-on-paper. October 28 - December 6.
Cyrilla Mozenter, why winter, 2015. A 50-page, hand-assembled, limited edition Artist Book consisting of images and written pieces of an autobiographical nature in a protective case. (See Publications)
Sum of Its Parts, Jeffrey Thomas Fine Art, Portland, OR. This changing exhibition in 2 month-long segments opens February 11. Included are installation and book pieces from the early 90s.
1st 20 Years, Adam Baumgold Gallery, NY
Cyrilla Mozenter, warm snow: Sculpture in Two and Three Dimensions, Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY.
Alabaster Blast, curated by Jill Larson in memory of Jacqueline Ruyak, Fe Arts Gallery, Pittsburgh. Jacqueline wrote an article about Cyrilla’s work with felt for Surface Design Journal, Winter 2010. (See Publications)
Lecture - AICAD/New York Studio Program, Brooklyn
Lecture - MFA Program, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ
Locations, Adam Baumgold Gallery, NY
Open Archive: Sérgio Porto 1983-1997, Curated by Marta Mestre, Espaço, Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto, Rio de Janeiro
Espaço Cultural Municipal Sérgio Porto was one of the most significant venues in the programming and exhibition of contemporary art in Rio de Janeiro in the 1990s. Many important artists took their “first steps” here with works that are now considered seminal in their trajectories. Open Archive: Sérgio Porto 1983-1997 answers inquiries about this period through “individual memory” and the records of artists, curators, and photographers who have spoken.
Art/Sewn, Curated by Ward Mintz, Asheville Art Museum, NC – Catalog (See Publications)
All in Line, Adam Baumgold Gallery, NY
Zooey, Lesley Heller Workspace, NY