New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University
Program / Degree
MFA - Sculpture
Artist, Curator, Museum, Non-Profit
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About my artwork
Singer is best known for incorporating living plant life, glass, clay, bronze, found objects, and video into installation-environments and land art works that turn on notions of place, memory and time passing. Since 1997, his work has been shown in commercial galleries in Canada, the U.S., and France, and since 2004, he has been included numerous museum and land art invitational exhibitions including: Jingdezhen Contemporary International Ceramics (2009) Jingdezhen China Ceramic Museum, China; Back to the Garden (2009), Headbones Gallery; Summerfires (2009), Galerie Lausberg Contemporary, Toronto; Aligning with Beauty (2009), Varley Art Gallery; Pass the Buddha with Julie Oakes (2008), Galerie Samuel Lallouz, Montreal (slated to tour to various venues); Cabinets of Curiosities (2008), and Tessellated Anamnesis: Patterns for Unforgetting (2005), Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery (Waterloo); Revivified (2008), Headbones Gallery, Toronto; Mobile Structures: Dialogues between Ceramics and Architecture in Canadian Art, (2007-08), MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina which also toured to the Surrey Art Gallery (B.C.); The Edward Day Gallery’s Kiwi Sculpture Garden Project in Perth (2006-09); The Shore/Lines Project: Responding to Place (2005), MacLaren Art Centre; and Second Nature (2004) at the Fish Tank Gallery in New York City. His work is represented in Toronto by Headbones Gallery.