DANNIELLE TEGEDER

  • Spectral Peculiarities for Constellations, 2017
    77 framed drawings
    Dimensions vary

  • Spectral Peculiarities for Constellations, (detail) 2017 77 framed drawings Dimensions vary

  • Lessons in the Consolidation of Inhuman Factors and the Joining Together of the Cloud and Dust
    2017
    Steel, stained glass, oak and pine woods
    90 x 48 x 48 inches

  • Escapement Mechanisms for Subsequent Motion 2017 Steel, stained glass, and pine 44 x 20 x 14 inches

  • Titanoran: Machine Language and Mechanics Of the Geo Architecture With Utopian Structure and White DISTURBANCE Code with Disaster Alerter and Forecast Station 2016 Pencil, ink, gouache, acrylic on Fabriano Murillo Paper 79 x 55 inches (83 x 59 inches, framed)

  • Sournalia: Underworld System with Steel Construction of Soul Elements and Silver Level of Alchemical Structure of Attraction with Magnetic escape routes and Secret Tunnels and Winter Structure with Grey Age Categories, 2016
    Pencil, ink, gouache, acrylic on Fabriano Murillo Paper
    39.5 x 55 inches

  • Mu Cephei
    2017
    Gouache, ink, colored pencil, graphite, and pastel on Fabriano Murillo Paper
    39.5 x 55 inches

  • Rho Boötis (MS), 2017
    Gouache, ink, colored pencil, graphite, and pastel on Fabriano Murillo paper
    55 x 79 inches

  • Lessons in the Consolidation of Inhuman Factors, 2016
    Acrylic on canvas
    60 x 48 inches

  • Lightness as it Behaves in Turbulence, 2016
    Acrylic on canvas
    60 x 48 inches

  • Junillever: Nocturnal Underground Segments Mechanism and Construction of Lust Structure Patterns and Machine Love Language with Accidental Modernist Shape System and Macrosilver Borders with Abandoned Headquarter Segments (RB), 2015
    Acrylic, ink, graphite, mixed collage
    72 x 108 inches

  • Louamier: Grey Transmitter City with Ice Habitat with Silver Nets and Official Machine Names as They Appear in the Domain and Invisible Countries Inside with Development of Thermal Love Elements and Human Connector Square Specimens (BR), 2015
    Wood veneer, acrylic, ink, graphite, mixed collage
    60 x 60 inches

  • Nocturnal Blue Machine Plan Universe with Method Angle Codes, 2014
    Gouache, ink, colored pencil, graphite and pastel on Fabriano Murillo paper
    77 x 55 inches

  • Artificial Life Modern System with Invisble Diagrams on Shelving, Canvas Crash, Glass Schema Map, Mahogany Break Down, and Patterns of Collision, 2015
    Glass, stained glass, mahogany, repurposed wood, balsa wood, house paint, graphite, ink, mirror, shelving, metal, paper and frames.
    12 x 30 feet
    Photo: Clare Britt

  • Artificial Life Modern System with Invisble Diagrams on Shelving, Canvas Crash, Glass Schema Map, Mahogany Break Down, and Patterns of Collision, (detail) 2015
    Glass, stained glass, mahogany, repurposed wood, balsa wood, house paint, graphite, ink, mirror, shelving, metal, paper and frames.
    12 x 30 feet
    Photo: Clare Britt

  • Artificial Life Modern System with Invisble Diagrams on Shelving, Canvas Crash, Glass Schema Map, Mahogany Break Down, and Patterns of Collision, (detail) 2015
    Glass, stained glass, mahogany, repurposed wood, balsa wood, house paint, graphite, ink, mirror, shelving, metal, paper and frames.
    12 x 30 feet
    Photo: Clare Britt

  • Artificial Life Modern System with Invisble Diagrams on Shelving, Canvas Crash, Glass Schema Map, Mahogany Break Down, and Patterns of Collision, (detail) 2015
    Glass, stained glass, mahogany, repurposed wood, balsa wood, house paint, graphite, ink, mirror, shelving, metal, paper and frames.
    12 x 30 feet
    Photo: Clare Britt

  • Artificial Life Modern System with Invisble Diagrams on Shelving, Canvas Crash, Glass Schema Map, Mahogany Break Down, and Patterns of Collision, (detail) 2015
    Glass, stained glass, mahogany, repurposed wood, balsa wood, house paint, graphite, ink, mirror, shelving, metal, paper and frames.
    12 x 30 feet
    Photo: Clare Britt

  • Artificial Life Modern System with Invisble Diagrams on Shelving, Canvas Crash, Glass Schema Map, Mahogany Break Down, and Patterns of Collision, (detail) 2015
    Glass, stained glass, mahogany, repurposed wood, balsa wood, house paint, graphite, ink, mirror, shelving, metal, paper and frames.
    12 x 30 feet
    Photo: Clare Britt

Bio

Born in Peekskill, NY, Dannielle Tegeder currently lives in Brooklyn, New York and maintains a studio at The Elizabeth Foundation in Manhattan. She received a BFA from the State University of New York at Purchase (1994), and an MFA in Painting and Drawing from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago (1997).

For the past fifteen years, Dannielle’s work has explored abstraction. While the core of her work is paintings and drawings, she has recently begun to include large-scale installation, sculptural objects, video, sound, and animation.

Since receiving her MFA in 1997 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, her work has been presented in over 100 gallery exhibitions, both nationally and internationally in Paris, Houston, Los Angeles, Berlin, Chicago, and New York. She has participated in numerous institution exhibitions including PS1/MOMA, The New Museum, The Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, and Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Several of her drawings have recently been purchased as part of the Contemporary Drawing Collection at the Museum of Modern Art, and her work is in the permanent collections of The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and The Weatherspoon Museum of Art in Greensboro, NC.

Dannielle has held three full time university positions at Cornell University, SUNY Purchase, and the City University of New York at Lehman College where she is now an Associate Professor of Art. She has been a visiting artist in over forty institutions including the Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art, Rhode Island School of Design, The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Ontario School of Art and Design, CCA in San Francisco, Brandeis University, Princeton University, Rice University, University of Houston, and others.

Dannielle is the recipient of several residencies and grants including TheYaddo Foudation (2012, 2009, and 2007), The Triangle Foundation Residency and Workshop (2012), Elizabeth Foundation in New York (2012-2006), The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Studio Residency at Governor’s Island (2012), Smack Mellon Studios and Artist Stipend (2008), Banff Centre for the Arts, Artist Residency in Banff, Canada (2007), The Pollock-Krasner Foundation (2005), Lower East Side Print Fellowship Edition Award, (2004) National Studio Program, P.S.1/MOMA Affiliate, Clocktower, New York, NY, (2003) ART OMI, Omi International Arts Center, Omi, NY, (2003) Henry Street Settlement Studio Fellowship, NY, (2002) The Marie Walsh Sharpe Studio Fellowship, NY (2001), The Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY, (2000) and The Ragdale Foundation Residency Program, Lake Forest, IL, (2000) .

Gallery Exhibitions