Coinciding with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Conference, artist Tim Roda will be holding a three day Exhibition at Silver Eye. Strictly fUNCTIONAL: Ceramic Vessel as Camera consists of ceramic cameras that were used to photograph constructed scenes. The work pushes the boundaries of functional ceramics and celebrates the analog approach.
Strictly fUNCTIONAL: Ceramic Camera as Vessel will be on view in Silver Eye's Penn Avenue gallery from March 15th - 17th.
More information on NCECA can be found here
Tim Roda is a New York- based artist who has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. He is known for his black and white photographs that document the family. Roda holds a MFA from the University of Washington, Seattle. He has received several awards, most notably a Fulbright Award to Italy. Roda is the 2012 recipient of the Kennedy Family Fellowship at the University of South Florida, Tampa. He completed residencies at the Archie Bray Foundation, Marie Walsh Sharpe, and the Centro Cultural Andratx. His work is in included in the following collections: Bard College Museum, Hessel Foundation; The Rose Museum, Brandeis University; Seattle Art Museum; Museum of Fine Arts; Portland Art Museum; Museum of Contemporary Photography; Essl Museum; Gaia Collection; and the Centro Cultural Andratx. Reviews of Roda’s work have been included in the New Yorker Magazine, ARTFORUM, Modern Painters Magazine, Beautiful/Decay, Art in America, and Slate.
Image Credits: Courtesty of Tim Roda