Carla Gannis, Until the End of the World, 2017, installation view
Carla Gannis, Until the End of the World, 2017, installation view
Carla Gannis, Until the End of the World, 2017, installation view
Carla Gannis, Until the End of the World, 2017, installation view
Carla Gannis, The Selfie Wallpaper, wallpaper & augmented reality, 2017
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 23, fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 43 "A Cut Piece", fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 42, fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 40, fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 37 "Nude Descending", fine art print & augmented reality, 110 x 110 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 34 "Lorem Ipsum", fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 26, fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 11, fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 01, fine art print & augmented reality, 40 cm x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Selfie Drawing 30, fine art print & augmented reality, 40 x 40 cm, 2015
Carla Gannis, Until the end of the World, HD Video, continuous, 2015


‘My work examines the narrativity of 21st century representational technologies and questions the hybrid nature of identity, where virtual and real embodiments of self diverge and intersect. I feel akin to past and contemporary artists and writers who uncannily deconstruct rigid notions of reality and perception. The extension of this sensibility with computer-based applications is only natural to me as a reflection upon the Digital Age in which we all coexist.’

Carla Gannis

Carla Gannis, originally from Oxford, North Carolina, today lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

MASTERS OF FINE ARTS, PAINTING, 1995, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, US
BACHELORS OF FINE ARTS, PAINTING, 1992, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, US

Worlds of Our Own, Telematic Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Worlds of Our Own, Wallplay Gallery, New York, NY
C.A.R.L.A., Flecker Gallery at Suffolk Community College, curated by Jeffrey Allen Price, Selden, NY
Midnight Moment, presented by Times Square Arts, Harvestworks & The Streaming Museum, Times Square, New York, NY
Portraits in Landscape, presented by DAM Gallery, Sony Center, Berlin, Germany
Lady Ava Interface, Sunrise/Sunset, Whitney Museum of American Art, Artport Commission by Christiane Paul, New York, NY
The Selfie Drawings, An Augmented Reality Artist Book and Installation, Pratt Institute Libraries, Brooklyn, NY
Augmented Gardens and Other Emoji Delights, New Media Artspace, Baruch College, New York, NY, curated by Katherine Behar
A Subject Self-Defined, Cyberfest 10, NY Media Center, Brooklyn, NY
La Emoji Lujuria, Sedition Art, Online Exhibition
A Subject Self-Defined, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Garden of Emoji Delights, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT
The Garden of Emoji Delights, EBK Gallery, Hartford, CT
Robbi Carni, Digital Sweat Gallery, curated by Christian Petersen, Online Exhibition
The Garden of Emoji Delights, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
The Garden of Emoji Delights Kasia Kay Gallery, Chicago, Il
The Garden of Emoji Delights, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Non-Facial Recognition Project, Center for the Digital Arts, Peekskill, New York
<legend> </legend> | Carla Gannis & Justin Petropoulos (two-person collaboration), Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, New York in conjunction with book publication by Jaded Ibis Press of Gannis/ Petropoulos collaboration
The Multiversal Hippozoonomadon & Prismenagerie, Pablo’s Birthday, New York, NY
The Non Facial Recognition, Edelman Gallery, New York, NY
Pop Noir: Carla Gannis & Sandra Bermudez (two-person), The George Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
What is not on my mind, Pablo’s Birthday, New York, NY
Jezebel, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago, IL
Jezebel, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO
Jezebel Inside, TZR Galerie, Dusseldorf, Germany
Jezebel, Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, NY
Everything That Rises Must Converge, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago, IL
Jezebel, Loop, Claire Oliver Gallery, Barcelona, Spain
I Dream of Jeannie Emerging From a Fresca Bottle, Christa Schuebbe Galerie, Dusseldorf, Germany
Travelogue, Pablo’s Birthday, New York, NY
Travelogue, Wax Gallery, New York, NY

SIMULANT DYSTOPIA, curated by Justin Wood, NY, NY
Children Of Prometheus, curated by Marc Garrett of Furtherfield, Limassol, Cyprus
Video Art & Experimental Film Festival 2019, Tribeca Film Center, DCTV, NYC, NY
Supernova Digital Animation Festival, curated by Faiyaz Jafri, Denver Theatre District, Denver, CO
SCREEN IT, curated by Pieter Jan Valgaeren, Belgium
Universal Data (Biennale of Contemporary Art 2019 An Exploration of Our Digital Presence), curated by Sarah Schaub, MACAM, Byblos, Lebanon Avatar Poetics, Curated by Sean Capone Rochester Contemporary Art Center, NY
PRIMITIVO, CasaHoffman, Bogetá, Colombia
Body Mass, Boston Cyberarts, Boston, MA
HOT STEAM II, MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA
SPAMM Philosophy, curated by Domenico Barra & Domenico Esposito Mapils Gallery, Napoli, IT
Bitforms Los Angeles, ROW DTLA, Los Angeles, CA
Iconicity, curated by Gretta Louw, Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
Re-Figure-Ground, curated by Kelani Nichole, Arebyte Gallery, London, UK
Panorama Punjab, Qila Mubarak, Patiala, India
Here is What I Found of the Web: Artificial Intelligence Today, NRW Forum, Düsseldorf, Germany
Personal Spaces, The National Arts Club, New York
IRL/URL, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina. Saskatchewan, Canada
Rule 35, TRANSFER Gallery, Brooklyn, New York
La Belle Vie Numérique, curated by Fabrice Bousteau, Foundation EDF, Paris, France
Real-Fake, curated by Claudia Hart, Rachel Clarke, and Pat Reynolds, traveling exhibition at Rhode Island
College, Connecticut College and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Female/Feminist/2017, curated by Alva Greenberg, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT
Digital Futures, Lumen Reveals Showcase, Hackney House, London, UK
Hybris, Masters and Hybrids in Contemporary Art, curated by Silvia Burini, Giuseppe Barbieri, Anna Frants and Elena Gubanova, Venice, Italy
Another Space, curated by Yandell Walton, Centre for Projection Art, Testing Grounds, Melbourne, Australia
Stronger Together, directed by Isabel Draves, LISA and Akaash Mehta, Creative Tech Week Arts Hub, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY
New and Other Worlds, hosted by the Lumen Prize, Creative Tech Week Arts Hub, Institute of Technology, New York, NY
Invisible Cities, curated by Page Benkowski, Georgia Horn, Taylor A. Fisch, The Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY
Mermaids and Unicorns, curated by Benoit Mathieu Palop, Carlotta Meyer and Tina Sauderländer, online exhibition
Alien Nations, curated by Bartholomew F. Bland and Yuneikys Villalonga, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
Personal Tesseract, curated by Anne Spalter, Spring Break Art Fair, New York, NY
Anonymx: The End of the Privacy Era, curated by Svetlana Reinhold, Haiga Museums of Art, Haifa, Israel
Electric Breath, curated by Meredith Drum as part of the Emerge Festival at Arizona State University
(in)compatible, Interstitial Gallery, Seattle, WA
Nasty Woman, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY
TRAVESIAS, curated by Alba Soto, Hotel Atocha, Madrid Spain
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, curated by Lara Pan and co-curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel, WhiteBox Gallery, New York, NY
Cyfest 10: Digital REvolution, traveling to Taiga Art Space (St Petersburg), Corferias in partnership with SOFA (Bogota and Mexico), and the Made In New York Media Center(Brooklyn, New York)
Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art 1905-2016, participating artist in “Ways of Something” curated and compiled by Lorna Mills, Whitney Museum, New York, NY
Impakt, Haarlem, Netherlands
ISSEA 2010, Dortmund, Germany
PI, Real Academia, Roma, Italy
The Influenzers 2010, Barcelona, Spain
Rencontres Internationales, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Iron Bird, Seu Vella, Centre d’Art la Panera, Lleida, Spain
Intercool 3.0, Hartware MedienKunstVerein, Dortmund, Germany
Funware, Baltan Laboratories, Eindhoven / Bristol
The Art of Dying, AR & VR Exhibition, DreamLogic, San Francisco, CA
Beggars Banquet, curated by Alfredo Martinez and Noah Becker, Salomon Arts, New York, NY
Monsters of The Machine, curated by Marc Garrett, LABoral Centro de Arte, Spain
Cat Heroics Sublimis, curated by Tina Sauerländer and Peggy Schoenegge, Newhive (online)
Synthetic Resonances, curated by Eva Papamargariti, Assembly Point, London, UK
Artshub, Creative Tech Week, curated by Hyphen Hub, Clemente Soto Velez Art Center
Beautiful Interfaces, curated by Helena Acosta & Miyö Van Stenis, REVERSE, Brooklyn, NY
Ultimo dipinto, curated by Valentina Tanni and Saverio Verini, smART – polo per l’arte, Rome, Italy
In Out (Works of the Body), curated by Susan Classen-Sullivan, Hans Weiss Newspace Gallery, Manchester, CT
The Remix Party, selected by Antonio Roberts, Birmingham Open Media, Birmingham, UK
Beyond the Beyond, curated by Daisy McGowan, GOCA Galleries of Contemporary Art | University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO
Jokes of Nature, Redline, curated by Donald Fodness & Geoffrey Shamos, Denver, CO
Video Art & Experimental Film Festival, Tribeca Cinemas, New York, NY
Porn to Pizza, curated by Tina Sauerländer, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany
File Sao Paulo 2015: Electronic Language International Festival, Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Reinventing the Helm : Self-Styled Nautical Activists Pirate the Canon of Maritime Art, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Water Mill, NY
NonSelfNonSite, Couhaus Gallery, New York, NY
TechNoBody, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY
Hang Together: Collaborative Works & Practices, Pratt Institute Library, Brooklyn, NY
Hypersalon, ABMB, Miami Beach, Fl
IRL: Internet/Real Life, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO
Convergence, Boston University School of Visual Arts, Boston, MA
Internet Flirt, online exhibition on NEW HIVE
Ways of Something, Transfer Gallery, curated by Lorna Mills, Brooklyn, NY
Coded After Lovelace, Whitebox Art Center, New York, NY
Reconstellation, Praksis N3w M3dia Art Festival, Chicago, Il
From the collection of Allen Thomas, Greenville Museum of Art, Greenville, NY
influx (arrival & inward flow of a lot amount of something), CR10, Hudson, NY
Bring Your Own Beamer, Plus 81 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Merging Properties, Open Gallery Space, New York, NY
Ways of Something, Oude Kerk, curated by Lorna Mills, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Separation Anxiety, Wallplay, curated by Lee Wells & Laura O’Reilly, New York, NY
FILTERED: What Does Love Look Like?, Friesen Gallery Sun Valley, ID
Cultural Guerillas, Hudson Guild Gallery, New York, NY
The Emoji Art & Design Show, Eyebeam Art & Technology Center, New York, NY
The Red and Pink Show, AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Vibe, curated by Mary Ann Strandell, Suite 303, New York, NY
Anatomize, curated by Rollin Leonard, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Cake, George Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
Close to Home, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC
Clusterfuck Zoo, curated by Lorna Mills, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Nature Does Not Knock, George Gallery, Laguna, CA
Hotter Than July, Savannah Spirit Projects, New York, NY
love, Melepere, Verona, Italy
“legend legend” at Writing on it All, (performance), Governors Island, NY
Won Ocean, Neue Galerie, Gladbeck, Germany
Colliding Complexities, Extreme Feats of the New York-New Aesthetic, Storefront Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY
The Last Art Fair, Larry Walczak Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Beauty Debate, Art Effect Gallery, Detroit, MI
Accomplished, The George Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
The Winter of Our Disk Content, Pablo’s Birthday Gallery, NY, NY
Geo Loco | The Reimagined Landscape, Outpost Artist’s Resources, Ridgewood, NY
Find and Combine, Abrazo Interno Gallery, NY, NY
The Medium and the Message, Byrdcliffed Kleinert/James Art Center, Woodstock, NY
Picture This, Pablo’s Birthday Gallery, NY, NY
Pulse Art Fair, Represented by Pablo’s Birthday, NY, NY
Pandemonium, NY Center of Photography and the Moving Image, NY, NY
Off the Wall, Off the Floor, curated by Kasia Kay, Michigan City, IN
Salon, Pablo’s Birthday Gallery, NY, NY
Salon, Gary Gissler Projects, NY, NY
Windows of Perception, CultureFix, NY, NY
Hunting Banquet, Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, NY
Painting with Pictures, Casita Gallery, NY, NY
Art Chicago, KKAP, Chicago, IL
Constructed Photography, Queensland Centre for Photography, South Brisbane, Australia
Black Madonna, HP Garcia Gallery, NY, NY
Drawings, Pablo’s Birthday Gallery, NY, NY,
To Be or Not To Be, Rutgers University Department of Fine Arts, and Rutgers Camden Center for the Arts, Cambden, NJ
Beyond Representation, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Earth Night, Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery, Chicago, Il
People and Places : Selections from the Allen Thomas, Jr. Photography Collection, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston Salem, NC
Photo LA, represented by Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York, NY
TIAF, represented by TZR Galerie, Toronto, CAN;
Scope Art Fair, represented by Jenkins Johnson Gallery, Miami, FL, Photo Miami, represented by TZR Galerie
Winter Exposure, Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery, Chicago, Il
Femme Fantastique, Volitant Gallery, Austin, TX
Notions of Wilderness, Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery, Chicago, IL
Summertime Blues, Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, NY
Cuchifritos Benefit, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
New ’07, CUE Art Foundation, New York, NY
Bridge Art Fair, represented by Kasia Kay Art Projects, Miami, FL;
Red Dot Art Fair, represented by Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York, NY
E7: Aljira Emerge Exhibition, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ
What I Did On My Summer Vacation, Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, NY
On Tenterhooks, Christopher Henry Gallery, New York, NY
Young American Blood, At Home/Stephanie Ferrario, London, England
Scenic Detour, Red Saw Gallery, Newark, NJ
The Social Body, Rocket Projects, Miami, FL
Atmospheric, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago, IL
Secretive, Wheeler Gallery, Providence, RI
fresh stART, Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Flow Art Fair, represented by Claire Oliver Gallery, Miami, FL
Scope Art Fair, represented by Kasia Kay Art Projects & TZR Galerie, Miami, FL
Toronto Art Fair, represented by TZR Galerie, Toronto, Canada
Scope Art Fair, represented by Kasia kay Art Projects, New York, NY
DIVA Art Fair, represented by Pablo’s Birthday Gallery, New York, NY
Miami Art Fair, represented by Christa Schuebbe Galerie, Miami, FL
Beautiful Dreamers, Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH
Dark Nature, Chashama Gallery, New York, NY
Culture Vulture, Jack the Pelican, Brooklyn, NY
Multiple Partners, Pablo’s Birthday, New York, NY
Nurturing the New, Spike Gallery, New York, NY
Chashama Group show, CFEVA, Philadelphia, PA
Groundswell Benefit, Artists Space, New York, NY
Intimacy, Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY
New American Story Art, Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, NY
File 2004, Cultural Center of Cesi, Sao Paolo, Brazil
In the Face of Others, LMCC Gallery, New York, NY
Groundswell Benefit Auction, White Columns, NY
Shared, Streit’s Matzo, New York, NY
Scope Art Fair, represented by Pablo’s Birthday, New York, NY
Group Show, Transplant Gallery, New York, NY
Artist Alliance Open Studios, 2003, Curator’s Choice, New York, NY
Groundswell Benefit Auction, White Columns, NY
Presence, Scope NY Art Fair, curated by David Gibson, New York, NY
Digital Dumbo, M3 Projects, Brooklyn, NY
No Live Girls, Lusty Lady, Seattle, WA and San Francisco, CA
Reactions, Exit Art, New York, NY
Open Zone 8, Ocularis at Galapagos Art & Performance Space, Brooklyn, NY
coLABoratory, Gale Gates, Brooklyn, NY
Digital Media Festival, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
A Collaborative Fusion, 450 Broadway Gallery, NY, NY
Duchamp Traveling Exhibition, Istanbul Biennial, Turkey
Politics and Justice, Festival de Unita, Modena, Italy
Digital Dumbo, Mastel + Mastel Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Suk, Sesto Senso, Bologna, Italy
Refrigerate After Opening, The Cool Show, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York, NY
New Media Underground Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Everything Nice, Baktun, New York, New York
Film Video Club, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY
OPEN HOUSE, organized by Steve Rogenstein, Brooklyn, NY
Sugar & Spice, The Space @ Media Triangle, New York, NY
Mayonese, curated by Stefano Pasquini, Sesto Senso, Bologna, Italy
Fantasy and Identity, Star 67, Brooklyn, NY
Duchamp Traveling Exhibition, New York Arts, New York, NY
Article Magazine – online gallery, featured artist, selected by David Gibson, New York, NY
Take a Holiday, curated by Claudia Michael Brown, Star 67 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Hit & Run, Six Emerging Artists, curated by Ed Winkleman, New York, NY
Emerging Artists’ Show, Here Art Gallery, New York, NY
No Dumb Bunnies, curated by Tod Jorgensen, Jorgensen Gallery, New York, NY
Fuori del Commune, Modigliana, Forli, Italy
Save the Teens, Benefit Scholarship Fund, curated by Mike Weiss, China Club, New York, NY
WAR, Benefit Exhibition for War in Kosovo, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY
MegaSalon Portrait Show, 2nd Annual, curated by Brandon Ballengee and Tod Jorgensen, Jorgensen Gallery, New York, NY

Distinguished Alumni Award 2017, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, College of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Art
Lumen Prize : Founder’s Choice Award, London, UK
Brooklyn Innovation Award: Tech Artist of the Year, 2016, (Finalist), Brooklyn, NY
Philip Lehmann Foundation Grant for the publication of the artist’s monograph Jezebel by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
NYFA Grant in Computer Arts, New York, NY Emerge 7, Fellowship, Aljira Art Center, Newark, NJ
Chashama AREA Visual Arts Studio Award, New York, NY 2002 SXSW Interactive Festival, (Finalist), Austin, TX
Nan Travel Art Scholarship, Boston University, Boston, MA
Jastrow Art Scholarship, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC 1988 Thad Stem Art Scholarship, JF Webb High School, Oxford, NC

Exhibition Catalog, C.A.R.L.A. | Works by Carla Gannis A full color catalog published on the occasion of Gannis’s solo exhibition C.A.R.L.A. at
Maurice N. Flecker Gallery, with Curator’s Foreword by Jeffrey Allen Price and Catalog Essay by Seth Barry Watter [book]
Author, EVA London 2017 | Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, published by BCS Learning & Development Ltd, including the essay “La Emoji Lujuria” and the researchpaper “The Augmented Selfie” by Carla Gannis
Author, CARLA GANNIS | The Selfie Drawings, a serialized augmented reality “book object” in collaboration with UNBOX’s #BehindTheFace project and Blippar AR technologies. “The Selfie Drawings,” is a collection of 52 digital drawings completed by artist Carla Gannis over 52 weeks – a year-long project in which Gannis performed “the self” through digital drawings from January to December 2015 and as augments from Marc 2016-Feb 2017 [book]
Included Author, Devouring the Green : fear of a human planet : a cyborg / eco poetry anthology, Anthology, published by Jaded Ibis Press, including speculative fiction works by Carla Gannis [book]
Author, Entropy Magazine, “Editors List: 3 Favorite Artworks of All Times,”May 8 [magazine]
Co-Author, Entropy Magazine, “I’m not sure here, where we are, is real at all” by Justin Petropoulos and Carla Gannis, May [magazine]
Co-Author, book publication: Poetry by Justin Petropoulos, Images by Carla Gannis, Publisher: Jaded Ibis Press, Sep [book]
Author, Art Critical, “The Geeky Singularity is Near,” Sep [blog] Author, Hyperallergic, “In The Know” July [blog]
Author, The Creators Project, The New Aesthetic Revisited – The Debate Continues on The Creators Project: “A Code for the Numbers to Come” by Carla Gannis
Co-Author, Art Critical, “That Big Red Button Was Irresistible”: Play Station at Postmasters, by Carla Gannis and Peter Patchen, 2011/12/16/play-station/, Dec [blog]
Co-Author, “14 February 2030′′ by Tom Klinkowstein and Carla Gannis / An interview in the future, Feb [book and blog]
Author, NY Arts Magazine, “Pre-pubescent Bosch, The Mechanical Dolls of Yuliya Lanina,” by Carla Gannis, Feb [magazine]
Artist Monograph, Jezebel (Carla Gannis), Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art Exhibition Catalog, 55 pages, 2008 with a Curator’s Foreword by Kirsten Gerdes by Kirsten Gerdes and Joan Markowitz and Catalog Essay by Jane Ursula Harris [book]
Author, ArtNotes, “Global Feminisms,” Fall [magazine] Author, Perfect Eight, “Global Feminisms,” July [magazine]
Author, LIC Magazine, “Interview with Artist Afruz Amighi,” Nov [magazine] Exhibition Catalog [curator/artist], Multiple Partners, exhibition catalog
published by Pablo’s Birthday Gallery [book]
Artist Monograph, I Dream of Jeannie Emerging from a Fresca Bottle (Carla Gannis), artist monograph, published by Christa Schuebbe Gallery [book]
Artist Monograph,Travelogue (Carla Gannis), artist monograph, published by Pablo’s Birthday Gallery [book]

SUMMER SPLASH 4, DAM Berlin, 23 June – 31 July 2018
Until the End of the World, DAM Berlin, 15. November – 20. December 2017