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[bio] Jon Haddock [e]

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Posted: 05.10.2001; 18:57:29
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Jon Haddock

*1960; Lives and works in Tempe, AZ [USA]; Haddock took his BFA at Arizona State University in 1986. In 1990, he received a MA at the University of Iowa and in 1991, a MFA as well.

Solo Exhibitions | Group Exhibitions | Grants and Awards | Bibliography | Recommended Links

Solo Exhibitions
[selected]

2001
»Screenshots«, Howard House, Seattle [USA]
»Screenshots«: A Project by Jon Haddock for the exhibition No Absolutes, Arizona State University Art Museum, Experimental Gallery at Matthews Center, Tempe [USA]

2000
Modifications, Roberts & Tilton Gallery, Los Angeles [USA]

1999
Homemade, Howard House, Seattle [USA]

1991
Robot Prince, Drewlowe Gallery, University of Iowa, Iowa City [USA]

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Group Exhibitions
[selected]

2001
»Byte-bi-Byte: Digital Art from Coast to Coast«, Howard House, Seattle [USA]
»Phoenix Triannial 200«1, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix [USA]
»Cyborg Manifesto, or The Joy of Artifice«, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach [USA]
»BitStream: Art in the Digital Age«, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [USA]

1999
»Air Hockey«, Howard House, Seattle [USA]
»Not There«, Rena Bransten, San Francisco [USA]

1997
»Too Small (To Stand on Their Own)«, Lead Gallery Annex, Seattle [USA]

1992
»R.K. Merritt / Jon Haddock«, Ashtabula Art Center, Ashtabula [USA]

1991
»Recent Drawings: Works by Regional Graduates 1991«, Paul Watkins Gallery, Winona State University, Winona [USA]
»MFA Thesis Exhibition«, Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Iowa City [USA]
»TEH«, Johnson County Arts Center, Iowa City [USA]

1990
»Three Perfectly Normal People Behaving in a Perfectly Normal Fashion«, Drewlowe Gallery, University of Iowa, Iowa City [USA]
»Evil Twin«, Bookstore Gallery, University of Iowa, Iowa City [USA]

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Grants and Awards
[selected]

2000
Arizona Commission on the Arts Grant Lynch-Peltzer Fellowship for Painting, University of Iowa, Iowa City [USA]

1990
Graduate Teaching Fellowship, University of Iowa, Iowa City [USA]

1989
Madison Tuition Scholarship, University of Iowa, Iowa City [USA]

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Bibliography
[selected]

Lawrence Rinder, BitStreams, exhib. cat., Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001, pp.12/13; Marc Saltzman, Cyberspace, in Newsweek, 2001, p. 14; Megan Bates, Thoughtful Bit of Work, in The Arizona Republic, March 22, 2001, p. 26; Wendy Jackson, Line of Sight, in Wired, April 2001, p. 42; »Artist mixes Nintendo with History«, The Arizona Republic, August 31, 2000, p. TR29 [illustration]; Vanesian, Kathleen. »New Paper Views« Phoenix New Times, October 19, 2000, p 67. [illustration]; Wen, Howard. »The Game of Art«, Salon.Com, October 17, 2000, Technology; Roberta Burnett, Images become »Screenshots«, in The Arizona Republic, October 3, 2000, p. 5; Ken Coupland, Screen Space, inMetropolis, December 2000, pp. 126-127; Eric Frederickson, Painfully Normal: Haddock's Mundane Dramas, in The Stranger, May 13, 1999, p. 23; Regina Hackett, Three Person Review, in Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 21, 1999, p.17; Hall, Soyon Im, Photography: Missing in Action, in Seattle Weekly, April 29, 1999, p. 45. Searleman, Eric.

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Recommended Links

° Articles ::

-> Wen, Howard. »The Game of Art«, Salon.Com, October 17, [2000] Technology

-> Bjerk, Jon Andreas. »Fra Cyberspace til Psychospace«, Game Reactor,

° Exhibitions ::

-> »Screenshots«, A project by Jon for the exhibition »No Absolutes«, Experimental Gallery at Matthews Center, Tempe [USA] 2002

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