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Brian Knep

Emerging Fields, 2006



Brian Knep uses science and technology to explore change, healing, struggle and acceptance. Often his works are dynamic and respond to changes in their environment. Some are simply aware of the passage of time while others are interactive, sensing and reacting to the people around them. Knep has exhibited internationally, including solo shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art, the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and Arizona State University and group shows at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Laval Virtual in France, MobileArt in Sweden, and the Insa Art Center in Korea. His works have won awards from Ars Electronica, Americans for the Arts, AICA/New England and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 2005, Knep became the first artist-in-residence at Harvard Medical School in a program co-sponsored by Harvard’s Office for the Arts. Knep lives and works in Boston and is represented by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NY and Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston.

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Awards and Accomplishments

2010: Knep is Artist in Residence at Harvard Medical School

2009: Knep receives Brother Thomas Fellowship from the Boston Foundation

2008: Knep is nominated for the Alpert Award in the Arts

2008: Knep spends fours weeks at the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, NH

2008: Knep receives AICA/New England Award for his show, _Aging_

2007: Knep receives Contemporary Work Fund Grant from the LEF Foundation in Cambridge, MA

2007: Knep's _Deep Wounds_ named one of the year's best public art works by Americans for the Arts

2007: Knep's _Deep Wounds_ received an Honorable Mention at Prix Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria