ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Ann Burke Daly Studio thanks these Institutions for recent project sponsorship, financial or in-kind support: 
UCLM | Universidad De Castilla–LaMancha, Spain; Facultad de Bellas Artes de Cuenca; Visiting Artist Conference, March 2019, Half-Life | Media-Vida: Ann Burke Daly obra reciente (recent video, sound, performance + photography installations) •  YADDO Corporation; Artist Residency, Mar-Apr 2018  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Interdisciplinary Arts Initiative,  Grant and Residency 2017, Vassar College    MASS MoCA Studios; Residency 2017 + 2016 •  Creative Capital; Published in "On Our Radar", 2016 + 2017 •  Puffin Foundation; Grant 2016    American Academy in Rome; Visiting Artist 2015 • Fall Line Press; Collaborative Residency, Photography, 2018 • LMCC Lower Manhattan Cultural Council + Creative Capital; Artists Summer Institute, 2015  •   unFramed + Susan Stein Shiva Theater; Performance Event Sponsor, Vassar, 2016 Women Make Movies; Fiscal Sponsor, NYSCA film and video competition 2019  • ROMAN NVMERALS Books; Published Volumes  XVII + LVII, 2016, and Limited Edition Print 2017 Vassar College, Visiting Artist, Politics of Memory Seminar, 2017 and the Media Studies Program, 2015  +  2016  CUNY, City University of New York, Visiting Artist, Media Culture Department, 2016  •  CUNY CSI, Visiting Faculty, 2015 + 2014.

The Studio is also grateful to many individuals for participation, assistance, dialogue, acknowledged on web project pages, in publications,  and at venues.

Image at left—SCRIPT: FRANCO IS STILL DEAD—2017, Installation; Ann Burke Daly, visual artist, NY + Álvaro Marcos musician from Madrid Spain's diy music scene. 4channel Video, 3channel Sound and 50x2 foot Photograph created for a 45ft.(w)x65ft.(l)x25ft.(h) performance space; 00:14:15. Andrew W. Mellon Foundation arts initiative grant and residency at Vassar. Installation photo credit Karl Rabe. Homepage photo credit with thanks to Michael Aronna.



BIOGRAPHY

ANN BURKE DALY was a 2018 YADDO Guest Artist in the Visual Arts; awarded a residency in March/April. Her work has been published in The Los Angeles Times, Artpress International, Cabinet Magazine, Artforum, PAJ/Performing Arts Journal, World Art Magazine, REVIEW, The New York Times, and exhibited internationally including Uppsala KonstMuseum (Museum of Art), Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, George Eastman Museum, White Columns, Exit Art, The Alternative Museum, Trial Balloon, The Linda Kirkland Gallery, The Drawing Center,  Loeb Museum, LAMAG, and in the collective project “The Anthology of Art” at Centre Pompidou Paris, Martin Gropius Bau and Akademie der Kunste, Berlin.

Daly is a Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program Fellow (WHITNEY ISP, Studio Art), and she earned an MFA from the Yale School of Art. Her artist's photobooks have been published by ROMAN NVMERALS and launched at The ICP MUSEUM, and at MoMA PS1 in NYC, Printed Matter’s NYABF in 2016. Daly’s grants include Art Matters, Mellon and Puffin Foundations, John Anson Kittredge Fund (Harvard), and she was awarded a Kohler Arts/Industry Residency/Grant. The Art Journal published "Francesca Woodman Reconsidered: A Conversation with George Baker, Ann Daly, Nancy Davenport, Laura Larson, and Margaret Sundell,” which was republished in AmericanSuburbX.

In Fall 2016, she produced Conversations and Specters: Troubled Translation for the Susan Stein Shiva Theater at Vassar College, sponsored by unFramed —a sound and video installation. Early support for this work came from the American Academy in Rome (Visiting Artist, 2015); MASS MoCA Studios (Artists Residency, 2016, and 2017); Puffin Foundation (grant, 2016); LMCC and Creative Capital NYC’s week-long workshop on Governor’s Island (ASI, 2015); and Creative Capital NYC ("On Our Radar" 2016-17). In Spring 2017, Daly was an Artist in Residence in collaboration with Spanish DIY scene musician and writer Álvaro Marcos, and created a multi-channel sound and video installation, Script: Franco is Still Dead, through an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Arts Initiative Residency and Grant. In Summer 2017 Daly participated in the Loeb Museum exhibition Other People’s Pictures, and in October, returned for a second Residency at MASS MoCA Studios. In 2008, Daly collaborated with Canadian Visual Artist Jessica Bell on Houseworks/Parlour Parole. She recently completed the photography project 48 Hour Index, with 5 Artists based on their 28 year Dialogue-Critical Forum about Photography: Marion Belanger, Mary Berridge, Ann Burke Daly, Laura Letinsky, and Tanya Marcuse. 48 Hour Index was created during a June 2018 Residency with Fall Line Press of Atlanta, GA.

For more information about Ann's work,  get in touch here.  More extensive materials:  Academia.edu profile.  Ann's other active soc media account is Instagram:  anndaly.1



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