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selected installations and solo exhibitions

ArtPark: an Interactive Exhibition, 350 West Broadway, New York 2014
Miracle Report (collaboration with Julianne Swartz), Grand Arts Center, Santa Ana, CA 2014
Clothesline (in Serious Laughs), Ulster Performing Arts Center, Kingston, NY 2013
Miracle Report (Collaboration with Julianne Swartz), ASU Museum, Tempe, AZ 2012
King, deCordova Museum, Boston, MA 2011-ongoing
Thick and Thin Samuel Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz, NY (two person show) 2011
Tall Chairs, Cabinet Magazine, Brooklyn, NY 2009-10
New Sculpture, The Fields Sculpture Park at Omi International Arts Center, Ghent, NY 2008-9
Homebase III, curated by Anat Litwin, Sugar Hill, Harlem NY 2008
Site 92, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY 2008-9
EAF Exhibition, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens 2007-8
Paths, Real and Imagined, Byrdcliffe Artists' Colony, Woodstock, NY 2007
Picnic Tables at ASAP, Bar Harbor, ME 2004-ongoing
Drift II, Red Hook Piers, Brooklyn 2004
Drift River Run Farm, Bedminster, NJ 2003
MetroSpective at City Hall Park presented by the Public Art Fund, NYC 2002-3
Peripheral Visions, Collaborative Concepts Gallery, Beacon, NY 2002
Ken Landauer - Recent Work, AH Gallery, Los Angeles 2000
Avenue of the Arts, Downtown Kansas City 2000
Contemporary Trends in Sculpture, Albrecht-Kemper Museum, St. Joseph, MO 1999
Untitled (picnic tables), Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ 1997-2001
Changing Places, MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY 1996-7
Radioactive Bodega, Brooklyn, NY 1994
Shooting Blanks
, New York, NY 1993
NowHere at the Convergence IV Festival, Roger Williams Park, Providence, RI 1991
IN/AN .I .MATE, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI 1991
Theater at the Convergence III Festival, Roger Williams Park, Providence, RI 1990


selected group exhibitions

Excavations, New Art Center, Newtonville, MA 2015
More and Less, (three person show) Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art, Kingston, NY 2014
economy of means: toward humility in contemporary sculpture, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, AZ 2012
Drift 2012 (curated by Eileen Torpey), Cerro Gordo Temple, Santa Fe, NM 2012
Golden Bench, Samuel Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz, NY 2011-ongoing
Armory, with Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, NY 2009
Shrink Wrap (curated by Liza Phillips), Loft Gallery Narrowsburg, NY 2009
Drawing Revealed Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY 2008
Uncanny Valley, Samuel Dorsky Museum, New Paltz, NY 2007
Drift 2006 Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY 2006
Drift, Video Screening, aRaMoNa Studio, NYC 2004
Pierogi a Go-Go, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY 2004
The Odds, City Without Walls, Newark, NJ 2004
Does Space Have a Gender?, Gallery 817, Philadelphia, PA 2003
Familiar/Unfamiliar, Mason Gross Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ 2001
Beyond Bounds 5, JCCC Gallery of Art, Overland Park, KS 2000
Trapeze Artists, Mason Gross Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ 2000
One, Foundation Art Gallery, New York, NY 1996
Currents; An Exhibition, The Eighth Floor Gallery, New York, NY 1995
Page 12 Exhibit, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York, NY 1995
Recovery Art Exhibit, W.E.A.V.E., Worcester, MA 1991
Healing Pieces, Gallery One, Providence 1990


selected bibliography

McQuaid, Cate "New routes, old unknowns" Boston Globe April 21, 2015: C2
Bergeron, Chris "'Excavations' digs for connection" Metrowest Daily News April 15, 2015: D1,3
Woods, Lynn "Plywood Chevrons" Kingston Times May 22, 2014: 14
Bernstein, Janeane "Get the Funk Out" KUCI FM March 23, 2014: radio interview
Rubio, Jessica "Documenting Miracles" The Orange County Register February 5, 2014
Barton, Dave 'Miracle Report' at Grand Central Arts Center: The Santa Ana Gallery Takes On People's Belief In
"The Impossible Saving the Day" Orange County Weekly Jan 30, 2014
Video: "Bardavon Serious Laughs Festival Features Visual Art" Cincinnati.com April 23, 2013
Woods, Lynn "Serious Laughs" Almanac Weekly April 18, 2013
Malcolm, Timothy "Q&A: Curator of Kingston's 'Serious Laughs'" Times Herald Record April 18, 2013
Video: "Bardavon Serious Laughs Festival Features Visual Art" Poughkeepsiejournal.com, Cincinnati.com April 2013
Blotcher, Jay "A Respite from Daily Madness" Chronogram Magazine April 1, 2013
Johnson, Weldon "ASU Art Museum Explores Miracles in Exhibit" Arizona Republic Feb 2012: B1
Zajac, Mandy "Making Art out of Miracles" East Valley Tribune January 13, 2012
"New York's Julianne Swartz and Ken Landauer at ASU Art Museum" AZ Weekly January 8, 2012
Lawton, Claire "An Artist Call for Miracles" Phoenix New Times January 6, 2012
Smart, Paul "Camera Calisthenics" Hudson Valley Times April 7, 2011
Phifer, Jean "King" Public Art New York, Norton Publishing 2009: 239
Saltz, Jerry "Critics Pick: Homebase III" New York Magazine May 19, 2008
Simon, Stephanie "Art Exhibit Invites Viewers to Come Home to Harlem" NY1 May 5, 2008
Cole, Lori 'Site 92:Phase II" Artforum.com February 11, 2008
Hirshon, Nicholas "Site Goes from Trash to Treasure" New York Daily News January 31, 2008
Genocchio, Benjamin "Opening a Window on the Creative Mind" The New York Times Jan 27, 2008
Starita, Angela "Socratic Dialogues" Architects Newspaper October 3, 2007: 28
"Itinerary: Paths, Real and Imagined" Photograph by C.T. Smith Sculpture Magazine September 2007: 28
Na, Ling "Socrates Sculpture Park" World Journal September 13, 2007: E12
Woods, Alison "The Uncanny Valley", Roll Magazine August 10 - September 10, 2007: 44-7.
Smart, Paul "Byrdcliffe Paths" Woodstock Times June 7, 2007: 20.
LaRosa, Nicole "Now You See It, Now You Don't" The Riverdale Press November 23, 2006: B1.
Andrews, Jim "Just a Little Pine House" Upstate House April 2005: 14.
Drenger, Ron. "CB1 Wants Picnic Tables to Stay by City Hall Park" The Tribeca Trib November 2003: 9.
Budick, Ariella. "Sculpture Steps Outdoors" Newsday August 24, 2003.
"Picnic Tables." CBS 2 News at Five WCBS-TV July 9, 2003: 5-6 pm (02:41)
Bell, Annie "What's Up With That?" Time Out NY May 8-15, 2003: 8
Camhi, Leslie. "Hudson River School" Travel and Leisure April 2003: 156-8.
Mintz, Ari. "Art Supersizes Life" Newsday Jan. 31, 2003: A15. photo with caption.
"City Hall Park" Channel 2 News at 6, WCBS-TV Jan. 29, 2003.
"MetroSpective" Channel 2 News This Morning. WCBS-TV Jan. 29, 2003; News. WABC-TV Jan. 20, 2003.
"Wednesday in the Park" The New York Times Jan. 28, 2003. Arts Section: Footlights: E1.
Cardwell, Diane. "Yes, It's Art, but to Santa, A Trip to the Chiropractor" The New York Times Jan 19, 2003.
"City Hall Boasts its First Public Art Project Since 1992" WCBS880.com, Newsday.com, NBC.com. Jan. 19, 2003.
"First Public Art Project in City Hall Park Since '92" 1010Wins.com New York: Jan. 19, 2003.
Thorson, Alice. "Artists Detail Work for Downtown Avenue Project" Kansas City Star January 11, 2003.
"Commissions: Avenue of the Arts Foundation" Sculpture Magazine Jan./Feb. 2001: 14-15.
"Best of Kansas City 2000: Best Public Project: Avenue of the Arts" Pitch Weekly October 19, 2000.
Kansas City Star Letters to the Editor: Emma Jean Ludwig. July 25, 2000. Gerald Menefee. Mary Smith. June 17,
      2000. Betty Shelby. Ron Anderson. June 8, 2000.
"Avenue of the Arts" News at 1 WDAF-TV June 26; NBC 41 Today, KSHB-TV June 2; News at 5, KSHB-TV June 1;
      First News, KMBC-TV May 26
Toivanen, Kati. "Whose Art is it Anyway? The Public Art Experience" Review July 2000: cover, 16-19.
Rubin, Michelle. "'Think' piece" Pitch Weekly June 22-28, 2000: 38.
Shelly, Barbara. "Don't Hang This Topic out to Dry" Kansas City Star June 17, 2000: A-11.
Thorson, Alice. "You've Gotta Love It" Kansas City Star June 11, 2000: I-1 and I-3.
"Envision Downtown - Playing in the Cultural Center of Kansas City" Ingram's Magazine June 2000: 23.
Hackman, Kate. "A Street and City of Resurrected Dreams" Review June 2000: 16-17.
Purinton, Cait. "Unusual Art Downtown Finds Fans" Kansas City Star June 2, 2000: B-1 and B-2.
Akers, Joshua. "Inner Tubes and Underwear" Pitch Weekly June 1-7, 2000: 22.
Bullers, Finn and Horsley, Lynn. "Community Focus: Public Art" Kansas City Star May 28, 2000: B-1&5.
"Downtown Architectural Firm Leads effort to Change the Face of Central Street" Exchange May 2000: 7.
Thorson, Alice. "Shorts Attention Span" Kansas City Star April 29, 2000: E-1 and E-6.
Horsley, Lynn. "Underwear aloft" Kansas City Star April 21, 2000: A-1 and A-6.
Thorson, Alice. "Sculpture: Corporate Commission in a Public Place" Kansas City Star Jan. 23, 2000: J-1&4.
Walker, Steve. "Central moves closer to goal" Kansas City Business Journal Dec. 17-23, 1999: 5.
Thorson, Alice. "Preview/Art: Behind the Trends" Kansas City Star Oct. 29, 1999: 32.
Dickson Campbell, Deborah. "Sculptors Who Stayed" Pitch Weekly Sept. 16-22, 1999: 29.
Jordan, Terry. "Off Hours: Art Appreciation" St. Joseph News Press Sept. 17, 1999: D-8 and D-9.
Smith, Roberta. "Sculpture Adorns the Urban Terrain" New York Times Aug. 8, 1997: C-1 and C-23.
Keyishaian, Amy. "Going, Going ... Gondola" Tower Air Magazine Feb./Mar. 1997: 9.


education

Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, 1992-93
Rhode Island School of Design, MFA in Sculpture, Honors, 1991
Colgate University, BA in Fine Arts, Cum Laude, 1987
Syracuse University, Foreign Exchange Program in Florence, Italy, 1985-86


teaching

Faculty - School of Visual Arts, MFA Program - New York, NY Fall 2007 to present
Faculty - Bard College Prison Initiative - Woodbourne Correctional Facility Spring 2010
Visiting Assistant Professor - Bard College - Annandale-on-Hudson, NY Fall 2009
Adjunct Professor - SUNY New Paltz - New Paltz, NY Summer and Fall 2005
Visiting Part Time Lecturer - Rutgers University - New Brunswick, NJ 1997-2004
Adjunct Assistant Professor - Tyler School of Art/Temple University Workshop in Scotland Summer ‘03
Lecturer - Purchase College, SUNY - Purchase, NY Fall 2000
Adjunct Professor - Fairfield University - Fairfield, CT Spring 2000
Special Instructor (A full-time, temporary position) - Kansas City Art Institute - Kansas City, MO Fall 1999