Artist in Residence Selection

In May, 2021 I began a prestigious virtual artist in residence project with Arts Cabinet (London) and the Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society (London).  A group of eight artists have been paired with a like nummer of scientists to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration and knowledge-sharing.  By forging collaborations between artists and scientists, the hope is to create the conditions for experimenting with new ways of representing and disseminating knowledge and enquiry around wildfire.  Several publications will be forthcoming.

Commissioned film for climate change conference.

Commissioned film for climate change conference.
I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with the amazing composer Lola Perrin for a commissioned short film (3.5 minutes), There Is No Substitute For Victory, for the U.K. Consulate in Boston to be part of the Climate Action New England: The Road to COP26 Conference on climate change.  We hope it will also be included in the world-wide United Nations COP26 in Glasgow this fall.  It includes work from  my series Fire & Ice (Climate Change) I hope you will take a look. 
 

Nature in American Art Since 1970: Reconceiving the Human Non-Human Relationship

Nature in American Art Since 1970: Reconceiving the Human Non-Human Relationship
This important Symposium includes a significant analysis of my Snail Drawing Series in the talk by Prof. Robin Kelsey of Harvard University.  The segment on that work begins at about the 14 minute mark in the video.

Science Meets Art in Dan Ranalli’s Compositions

Science Meets Art in Dan Ranalli’s Compositions
Coverage of the BROTO conference and my most recent series of works - Fire & Ice in the Provincetown Independent.

Fire and Ice Series on ARTISTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE SITE

Fire and Ice Series on ARTISTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE SITE
There is a nice piece on my Fire and Ice Series in a recent issue of the online site Artists and Climate Change.  

Boston Home Magazine WInter 2019 Issue

Boston Home Magazine    WInter 2019 Issue
Use the link to see a nice piece on my most recent series "Fire and Ice"