ADX Portland and Form are pleased to announce Lisa Radon, visual artist, writer and performance artist as the recipient of the 2018 FORM+ADX Artist-in-Residence (AiR.) Radon will receive resources, technology, and materials to explore new ideas, processes, and perspectives. This includes a 3-month workspace at Form with access to 3D digital process and printing, a 3-month ADX membership to work with various materials and equipment, and 1-month solo exhibition at ANX Gallery, which is housed at ADX.
FORM+ADX AiR was established through a partnership between Form and ADX. Form was founded on the idea that the newest advances in 3D technology could energize and elevate artists in new and exciting directions. ADX is a hub for collaboration where individuals and organizations make and learn. By sharing tools, knowledge, and experience, ADX believes in doing things better by working together. As such, this program is a first of its kind.
Lisa Radon has made exhibitions at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Pied-à-terre San Francisco; Ditch Projects, Springfield, OR; Artspeak, Vancouver, B.C; and was included in Six Weeks at the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle. Her books include The Blind Remembrance of the Swirling Bone, Infinity Increaser, The Plumb and The Wave, and Prototyping Eutopias. In 2016, she was in a two-woman exhibition at RONGWRONG, Amsterdam, and created a solo exhibition at Jupiter Woods, London. In 2017, Radon launched Atrium of the Sun, The World Wide Web/Disjecta and will present How Like Water for Panel/LA in Los Angeles, CA this coming year. Radon publishes the journal EIGHTS.