Meghan Gordon paints, sculpts, and performs queries into the merits of the museum as an authoritative source. Her most recent show at Sunroom Project Space merges various fragments of Wave Hill’s history through the lens of mediated views of the natural world. Gordon was born in New York and is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design. She has been awarded residencies at several programs around the country including the Winter Workspace Program at Wave Hill in New York, Art 342 in Colorado, the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire, the Seven Below Arts Initiative in Vermont, the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center in Nebraska, has twice been a Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA, and will be in residence at Sculpture Space in Utica, NY in 2012. Gordon is currently a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow and a Dieu Donné Workspace Program Artist.
Image credit: Gordon, Replacement Wood-Burning Stove for Edwin Dickinson’s Studio, 2009
Gordon, Original Pearl Street Entrance to Edwin Dickinson’s Studio at Days’ Lumber Yard (before it was walled over to accommodate the Hudson D. Walker Gallery), 2009
Gordon, Replacement Wood-Burning Stove for Edwin Dickinson’s Studio, 2009
Gordon, Salvatore Scibona’s Typewriter (on which he wrote his highly acclaimed novel, THE END), 2009