Boston, b.1985

Deirdre Sargent

Deirdre Sargent is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She works with video and sculpture and has shown in numerous exhibitions and screenings nationally and internationally including MOCA, North Miami; AC Institute, NYC; House of Collections, Seoul, Korea; Konstanet, Tallinn, Estonia; The Ryder, London; UltraStudio, West Hollywood, CA; Videodrome, Paris; 315 Gallery, NYC. Sargent holds a BFA from Pratt Institute and an MFA from Yale University School of Art.

learn more about this artist

Biography

Deirdre Sargent is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She works with video and sculpture and has shown in numerous exhibitions and screenings nationally and internationally including MOCA, North Miami; AC Institute, NYC; House of Collections, Seoul, Korea; Konstanet, Tallinn, Estonia; The Ryder, London; UltraStudio, West Hollywood, CA; Videodrome, Paris; 315 Gallery, NYC. Sargent holds a BFA from Pratt Institute and an MFA from Yale University School of Art.

Artworks

who do i trust? i trust ME and my donut-shaped brain, 2019

Related Categories

21st Century Art / American Art / Art of the 2010s / Boston / Brooklyn / Contemporary American Art / Digital Video / Film/Video Art / New York / Sculpture / United States / Women Artists

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 2013

    MFA in Sculpture, Yale University, New Haven, CT

  • 2008

    BFA in Sculpture, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    who do i trust? i trust ME and my donut-shaped brain, Catbox Contemporary, Queens, NY, curated by Philip Hinge

  • 2018

    Kitchenette Tournamette, Coustof Waxman, Brooklyn NY, curated by Tom Simon

  • 2015

    You Should Know When to Laugh, 315 Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Jack Barrett

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    (upcoming) My end is a legend, France, organized by Julie Grosche and Florian Sumi

  • 20/20, Peter Blum Gallery, New York, NY  

  • Ride-Session 1, Videodrome, Paris, France, curated by Prisca Meslier, Camille Merklen, and Nina Rodriguez

view full CV

Curriculum Vitae

The artist CV shows the details after 2000s.
To access the artist’s full CV, please click the download button at the end.

Education

  • 2013

    MFA in Sculpture, Yale University, New Haven, CT

  • 2008

    BFA in Sculpture, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    who do i trust? i trust ME and my donut-shaped brain, Catbox Contemporary, Queens, NY, curated by Philip Hinge

  • 2018

    Kitchenette Tournamette, Coustof Waxman, Brooklyn NY, curated by Tom Simon

  • 2015

    You Should Know When to Laugh, 315 Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Jack Barrett

  • Island Girl on Video, AC Institute, New York, NY

  • 2014

    Island Girl, Gordilloscudder, Brooklyn, NY

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    (upcoming) My end is a legend, France, organized by Julie Grosche and Florian Sumi

  • 20/20, Peter Blum Gallery, New York, NY  

  • Ride-Session 1, Videodrome, Paris, France, curated by Prisca Meslier, Camille Merklen, and Nina Rodriguez

  • kissed by profane grace, darkZone, NJ, with Nick Sullivan and Phil Hinge

  • 2018

    It’s All About Lizards, Good Work Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Scott Goodman and Arthur Bravo

  • No Where - Now Here, The Jim Morrison room at Alta Cienega Motel, West Hollywood, CA, curated by ULTRASTUDIO of Pescara, Italy

  • The Dangerous Professors, Flatland Gallery, Houston, TX, curated by Ruslana Lichtzier in association with the Core Residency Program of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

  • 1,500,000,000,000, Triumph, Chicago, IL, curated by Ruslana Lictier and Ryan Coffey

  • Can u follow my order, please?, Isthisit, a platform founded by Bob Bicknell-Knight

  • 2017

    Teasers, video screening at Pete's Candy Store, curated by Drea Cofield and BombPop!Up

  • Can I take ur order in French, please?, F8 Residency, curated by Perce Jerrom

  • Massachusetts, Virtual Dream Center 2.0, virtualdreamcenter.xyz, curated by Nicholas Steindorf

  • Eyes Above, Bodies Below, The Ryder, London, England, curated by Erik Martinson

  • Screening at Asmbly Night, Asmbly Night, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Christine Navin and Julie Grosche

  • Coping Copy, Konstanet, Tallinn, Estonia

  • No Vacancy 2, Squat Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Sara Blazej and Alt Esc

  • From an Object into an Active Subject, Alexander’s Garage, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Felix R. Cid

  • Zine contribution for “Love for Love / Hate for Hate: A Glossary of our Time,” curated by Beverly Acha

  • Screening Event for The Sputtering, Human-Shaped Machine, Good Work Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Jerry Blackman

  • The Sputtering, Human-Shaped Machine, Good Work Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Jerry Blackman

  • 2016

    Screening Event at VOX Bizarre, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Randi Shandroski of Lactic Incorporated

  • Triplication, Sushi Bar Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, guest curated by Elisa Rigoulet from Exo Exo, Paris, France

  • Cicada Screen, The Java Project, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Florencia Escudero

  • Electric Swing, Ruf XXX, Seoul, South Korea, by House of Collections, curated by Florencia Escudero

  • Noise, ETAA Studio, Seoul, South Korea, curated by Florencia Escudero

  • 2015

    Leopardi, Giacomo. III. Dialogo della Moda e della Morte. [Febbraio 15 – 18, 1824]. L’Operette

  • Morali. memory is blue in the head? heads are easily taken off, Peninsula Art Space, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Alan Longino

  • Providence + Friends, Union Docs, Brooklyn, NY

  • 2014

    The Local Show, Cable Car Cinema, Providence, RI, curated by Seth Watters and Faith Holland

  • McDonald’s Show, McDonald’s on Canal, New York, NY, curated by Am Schmidt

  • DARK MATTER, MINT, Columbus, OH, curated by Cudelice Brazelton

  • The Deep End, Whitdel Arts, Detroit, MI

  • Flint Projections, Spencer’s Art House, Flint, MI

  • Mod Coms, Art Center Gallery, Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA

  • Brucennial, The Grand Finale, Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York, NY

  • 2013

    Experimental Video Festival, Launch Pad Cooperative, Toledo, OH

  • The Work is Worth It, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, curated by Morgan Pearse

  • Triskaidekaphobia, Parade Ground Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Bradford Kessler and AA Bronson

  • Thesis 2013, Green Gallery at Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT

  • 2012

    Optic Nerve 14, Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Miami, FL

  • Video Screening, private home, New York, NY, curated by Meredith James and Michel Auder

  • monu_MENTAL, Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA

  • 2011

    Frais Peint, Green Gallery at Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT

  • All That Matters, Screw Factory, Lakewood, OH

  • I Am An Important Giant, Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA

  • 2010

    Ex Deo Libertas, Life is Art West, Sonoma County, CA

  • Latatara, New York Estonian House, New York, NY

  • Because I Said So, The Project Gallery, Asheville, NC

  • 2009

    Voodoo Experience, New Orleans City Park, New Orleans, LA

  • 12x12x122, Beca Gallery, New Orleans, LA

  • 2008

    Us Show, Schafler Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Grants & Awards

  • 2019

    Film for Thought discussion moderator at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton Township, NJ.

  • Discussion following the film, Samsara, and how it relates to the work of sculptor, Masayuki Koorida

  • 2013

    Finalist for a Fulbright Scholarship to France

  • 2010

    Life is Art West Foundation, Sonoma County, CA

Bibliography

  • 2019

    “kissed by profane grace”, Tzvetnik in March 2019

  • “kissed by profane grace”, O Fluxo in March 2019

  • “who do i trust? i trust ME and my donut-shaped brain”, Tzvetnik in February 2019  

  • “who do i trust? i trust ME and my donut-shaped brain”, Journal.fyi in February 2019

  • “who do i trust? i trust ME and my donut-shaped brain”,  O Fluxo in February 2019

  • “who do i trust? i trust ME and my donut-shaped brain”,  KubaParis in February 2019

  • 2018

    Bloom, Brenda Magazine, second issue, pages 78-79

  • Lookie-Lookie v 01.01 - 02.01, a short run imprint debuted at the Yale University Art Gallery’s Odds Ends Art Book Fair, founded by Natalie Westbrook and Johannes DeYoung

  • “No Where – Now Here at Ultrastudio”, Art Viewer in July 2018

  • “No Where – Now Here, Group Show and Video Project”, Anti-Materia in June 2018

  • “No Where – Now Here” by Ultrastudio at Los Angeles/Las Vegas Desert, O Fluxo in June 2018

  • 2017

    Essay for Lookie-Lookie, Issue 01.03, quarterly web journal by Natalie Westbrook and Johannes DeYoung

  • 2016

    “Triplication” Group show by Exo Exo at Sushi Bar”, O Fluxo article

  • 2014

    Super-Sized Sculpture Show Pops Up at Chinatown McDonald’s, article on animalnewyork.com

  • 2012

    Two Vivid Imagist Show Some Optic Nerve, article in The Sun Sentinel

  • Guinness World Records 2012, by Guinness World Records

  • 2010

    Curate This 2010 New Art, book by the Beca Foundation

  • Merger of Art and Pot, article in The Press Democrat

  • Taking Art Into Her Own Hands, article in The Mountain Xpress

  • 2009

    Review: The Art of 2009 Voodoo, article in The Times-Picayune

  • Radio Interview, WWOZ New Orleans Radio