An Aviary For Today
My latest solo show and my first with Espacio Mínimo, Madrid. From March 25 to May 27, 2023.
This show brings together an aviary of inter-related works, each centered on birds as present day allegorical symbols of the fragility, vulnerability and impermanence of nature and of human coexistence with the rest of the natural world. The bird-scale works exist in a world of shadow and imprint, presence and absence, reflection and nostalgia.
See more images and information about the show here.
Anonymous Was a Woman 2022 Grant Recipient
I was chosen as one of 15 artists to receive AWAW's unrestricted grant, "given in recognition of an artist's accomplishments, artistic growth, originality and potential."
As ArtNews states, "Anonymous Was a Woman picks most diverse group of winners to date for beloved artist grant program."
“¿Podemos realmente observar y no simplemente voltear los ojos?”
Miguel Lopez interviewed me for the Conversaciones en aislamiento section of TEOR/éTica's online magazine (29 May 2020), Buchaca generosa:
Donna Conlon & Jonathan Harker: "Debemos transformar nuestro modelo civilizacional por completo"
Jonathan and I were interviewed by Arteinformado (26 May 2020).
click here to read full interview
foto por Luis Cantillo
Ni Una Piedra Sin Voltear
Esther Arjona interviewed me about my show No Stone Unturned at DiabloRosso for La Estrella de Panamá (16 Feb 2020).
Interview with Donna Conlon & Jonathan Harker
When we were in San Francisco for our show Secret Passages at Kadist, Amanda Nudelman interviewed us about our work and processes (June 2018).
See the kind of silly video interview, complete with some circular ping pong, here
Directed by Mik Gaspay
Conlon and Harker: A Playful Collaboration
The Guggenheim commissioned some of the artists in Under the Same Sun to self-produce video interviews and it was a pretty fun task! (2014)
See our video interview here
Interviewer: Mónica Kupfer