Education

2010   MFA Columbia University, New York, NY

           Skowhegan

2000   BA, Bard College, Annandale, NY

1999 Lorenzo de Medici Institute, Florence, Italy

 

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2016 Nom Ohm Nom, Cuchifritos Gallery and Project Space, NY, NY

2015   1/2 a cord, Recess, NY, NY

            The Flutteries, or an Impending Sense of Doom, 125 Maiden Lane, NY, NY

2014   Rock Shop III, Denny Gallery, NY, NY

2013    A Thirsty Person, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA

2012   The Hardship, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA

 

Selected Group Exhibitions / Screenings / Performances

2017  Agrikultura Triennial, Malmö, Sweden

          Fugue in B Flat, Temple Gallery, Tyler University, PA

          Draw / Boston, Bakalar & Paine Galleries, Mass Art, Boston

2016 Time + Space: Futures, Bemis Center For Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE

          Well Traveled, Rush Corridor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

           LANDMARK, Socrates Sculpture Park, LIC, NY

           Fixed / Fluxed, Burlington City Arts, Burlington, VT

           The Things I Carried, Blue Star Arts Complex, San Antonio, TX

           We're Talking About Practice, Visual Arts Center Gallery, San Antonio College, TX

2015    The Museum Imagined, Danese Corey 10/16 - 11/14

            27 Below, De Fabriek, Eindhoven, Netherlands

            Draw; Mapping Madness, Inside Out Museum, Beijing, China and The Dali Contemporary Art Museum,

                     Yunnan, China

            A Sea Change Into Lands Rich and Strange, Abrons Arts Center, NY, NY

2014   Homestead, Present Company, Brooklyn, NY

            Electric House, Helper, Brooklyn, NY

            Breaking Ice, Constellation, Chicago, IL

            Recapturing the Scenic Wilds, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY

            Artists and The Arctic Circle, 1285 Ave of the Americas Gallery, NY, NY

            Zodiac in the House of Element, Pongnoi Gallery, Chang Mai, Thailand

2013    Stage for a Journey, ReMap4, Athens, Greece

            A City that Walked, Archigram Space Program, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA

            Welcome to the Real, TEMP Art Space, NY, NY

            Material, Storefront Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

2012    Videorover, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY

            Lucid Dream Lounge, Participant, Inc., NY, NY

            Land Art Mongolia, National Modern Art Gallery, Ulan Bator, Mongolia  

            Machine Wilderness; International Symposium for Electronic Art 2012, Albuquerque, NM

            Found Outside, Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT

            RAPID/TRANSIT, Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, Ulan Bator, Mongolia,

2011    EAF 2011, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY

            Procession for Immediate Certainty, Seaworthy, Flux Factory, NY

2010    Handheld History, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY

            The Wrong Miracle, NoMinimo, Puntilla, Ecuador

            MFA Thesis Exhibition, Fischer Landau Center for Art, Queens, NY

            A Failed Entertainment, traveling exhibition, LeRoy Neiman Center Gallery

2009OK Comedy: Jakarta International Video Festival, National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta

            A Momentary Fantasy, Scaramouche, NY, NY

            10th Havana Bienal, "El Maiz es Nuestra Vida" Cuba

 

Grants

2016    Rema Hort Mann Community Engagement Grant

             Foundation for Contemporary Art, Emergency Grant

2015     NYFA, Sculpture

             NYSCA film and video

2013     Science Arts Initiative, (in collaboration with Fused Muse), University of Chicago

2012    Foundation for Contemporary Art, Emergency Grant

2011    Art Matters

            L.I.A.E.P. Kansas City Artist Coalition

2009    The Gatsby Charitable Foundation, Columbia University

2008    Andrew Fisher Fellowship Fund, Columbia University

 

Residencies

2017   Light Work, Syracuse, NY

2016   Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, Netherlands

            Cannonball, Miami

2015    Sharpe Walentas Space Program, Brooklyn, NY

            Bemis Contemporary Arts Center, Omaha, NE

2014    AIRspace Residency, Abrons Art Center, NY, NY

            Triangle Arts Residency, Brooklyn, NY

            Art Omi, Ghent, NY

2013    The MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH

            Aldo and Leonardo, Noatak, Alaska

            7 Below, Burlington, VT

            SOMA, Mexico City, Mexico

2012    Sculpture Space, Utica, NY

            Land Art Mongolia, Ikh Gazriin Chuluu, Mongolia

            Franconia Sculpture Park, St. Croix, MN

2011    The Arctic Circle, Spitzbergen, Norway

            Kuenstlerdorf Schoeppingen Foundation, Germany

            Socrates Sculpture Park, Emerging Artist Fellowship

2009    The Studios of Key West, Key West, Florida

2005    Artist Workshop, Michaelis, University of Capetown, South Africa

2002, 2000 Artist Workshop with Rose Shakinovsky and Claire Gavronsky, Florence, Italy

 

Bibliography / Publications

Graves, Cassidy Dawn, (Sept. 27, 2016) "Fruit Powered Chandeliers, Brooklyn Drag Art and Other Art Happenings" Bedford and

                    Bowery

“Itinerary: Socrates Sculpture Park: Landmark” Sculpture Magazine Vol. 35 No. 6

Lebowitz, Cathy, (July 21, 2016) “The Lookout: Landmark” Art In America

Shi, Diana, (Aug 28, 2016) “The Sanctity of Urban Nature Pervades this Outdoor Group Show / The Creators Project”, Vice

Vaiana, Vic, (Aug 11, 2016) “A Mini Ecosystem Creates a Buzz at Socrates Sculpture Park,” Hyperallergic

“Quick View / Jessica Segall,” SciArt Magazine, July 2016, p 26

“Artist Project / How to Be an Agent of Intentional Arctic Anthropochory,” Cabinet, Issue 59, p 102 – 105

Lusty, Aimee, (July 26, 2016) “Review: Landmark at Socrates Sculpture Park” SciArt Magazine

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Kuennen, Joel, (May 13, 2016) “The shipwreck and The Beehive: A Sculpture Park Claims a Space for Itself and Others” Artslant

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Lynch, Scott (May 9, 2016) “Socrates Sculpture Park Gets a Massive Flowering Bee Bowl for 30th Anniversary” Gothamist

Johnson, Paddy, (May 2, 2016)“This Week’s Must See Events: Lets See Frieze and Best the 70-foot Bee Magnet” Art F City

Enri, Corrine, (May 2016) Experiencing Cool Stories for When The Planet Gets Hot” Artsy

Jewell, Nicole (April 20, 2016) “Giant blooming bowl of flowers will attract bees and other pollinators to Socrates Sculpture Park” Inhabitat

Turley, Ryan, “Jessica Segall Visited By Ryan Turley” (May 2015) The Coastal Post

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Dees, Sasha, “Jessica Segall: 1⁄2 a cord,” (Jan 2015) trendbeheer

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Jason (Nov 2014) “November Shows To Know” Whitewall Magazine

Burton, Louise (Oct 2014) “Fused Muse Ensemble Draws Attention to Environmental Issues Through Music, Dance and Video at Constellation in Chicago” Classicalite

Gupta, Prachi (August 2014) “From Fan Fiction To Tattoo Sleeves The Weirdest David Foster Wallace Inspired Art,” salon.com

Corona, Sarah (April 2014) “Off-Grid Technologies and the Art of Jessica Segall” Ornot Magazine

Marsala, Helga (May 2013) “New York Updates,” Arte Tribune

Kollatz, Harry Jr. (March 2013) “1708 Exhibit Ponders Creativity, Survival” Richmond Magazine

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