About Theresa Anderson
Theresa Anderson is a resource artist at Redline Denver. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at such venues as the 2013 Denver Biennial of the Americas, the Denver Art Museum, Soo Visual Art Center, and Ice Cube Gallery. Her most current research includes a variety of tangentially related subjects that include Ian Bogost’s Alien Phenomenology, or What it’s Like to Be a Thing, Sianne Ngai’s dissection of the zany, cute and interesting in Our Aesthetic Categories and the grotesque poetry written about and collected by Lara Glenum and Arielle Greenberg in Gurlesque. http:theresaandersonart.com
SELECTED SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Soo Visual Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN 2014
Disco Moves (and other dumb cliches) physical hacking, a collaboration with Rebecca Vaughan, Pirate Contemporary Art, Denver, CO 2014
SWANK [fool], Ice Cube Gallery, a collaboration with Rebecca Vaughan, Denver, CO 2012
POWER FULLY PLACID, Pirate: Contemporary Art 2012
private listening devices (with noise generating circuitry), Ice Cube Gallery, 2011
[in] between, PlatteForum, Denver, CO
Expelling Diamonds (and demons), Ironton Gallery, 2010
Goosey Goosey Gander, Pirate: Contemporary Art, 2010
Coliseum/ on narcotization, Ice Cube Gallery, 2010
Teeth and Gums, Pirate: Contemporary Art, 2009
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Substrate, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO 2015
Just Playing, Redline, Denver, CO 2015
Neurotitan, Berlin, 2014
Scrounge, Republic Plaza, Denver, CO 2014
An Invisible Boundary, Redline, Denver, CO (curated by Carmen Winant) 2013
Biennial of the Americas, McNichols, Denver, CO (curated by Cortney Lane Stell) 2013
Soft Subversions, Pirate Contemporary Art, Denver, Co, (curated by Cortney Lane Stell and Amber Cobb) 2013
Notes on Feeling, Redline, Denver, CO (curated by Elissa Auther) 2012
Volume 1, Gildar Gallery, Denver, CO 2012
Where We Are: Tectonic Shifts and Dissolution of Boundaries, [Exploring the Tension and Transitions in Contemporary Visual Art Today], Olive Deluce Gallery, Missouri 2012
New Feminisms: Revolutions per Minute. Emmanuel Gallery, 2011
Collaborations and cage fights, Pirate: Contemporary Art, Denver, CO 2011
Funky Junk, San Luis Obispo Art Center, San Luis Obispo, CA 2007
Paglia, Michael. "Conceptual Abstraction runs through shows at Robischon and Vertigo" Thursday, February 20, 2014. 33.
Keen, Michael and Isaac, Eric. "The Theresa Anderson Interview" The Untitled Art Show, 2013
Studio Visit, juror Dina Dietsch. Winter 2013 reproduction
Froyd, Susan. Arts and Culture, “100 Colorado Creatives: Theresa Anderson”, Westword, Tuesday, Jan. 22 2013, p 1-3, Reproductions.
McMillan, Kyle. Denver Post Fine Arts Critic “Ambitious art at cutting-edge Ice Cube Gallery” The Denver Post, Entertainment, Friday, June 3, 2011. 3D. Reproduction.
Paglia, Michael. Westword Fine Arts Critic, “Range of Expressions”, Westword, Thursday, July 1, 2010. 34.
McMillan, Kyle. Denver Post Fine Arts Critic Ambiguous images and realities merge in Pirate exhibit The Denver Post, Entertainment, Friday, December 18, 2009. 1D, 5D. Reproductions.
Creative Quarterly, The Journal of Arts and Design, new talent, October 31, 2007, Issue Nine, New York, NY. Reproductions.
RESIDENCIES and SPECIAL PROJECTS
Redline, Resource Artist 2013- present
Master artist demonstration Denver Art Museum, 2010
Platteforum Creative Residency 2010