Aphasia Poetry Club
356 Mission Gallery
Daniel Gootnick was the Assistant Editor for Kerry Tribe’s “The Aphasia Poetry Club,” “Forest for the Trees,” “Words That I Mean,” and “The Layers” as part of The Loste Note exhibition, displayed at 356 Mission Gallery in Los Angeles.
"The show’s centerpiece is “The Aphasia Poetry Club,” a three-channel, half-hour video “mural” narrated by two men and one woman. They are afflicted with a communication disorder that results from damage to the parts of the brain where language takes shape. (Aphasia is often the result of a stroke.) Tribe’s video projection mixes photographic images with animation."
- LA Times
Corneau Gallery, Montreal
Video Daniel Gootnick produced and directed for a window display at Joanne Corneau’s Montreal gallery.
About the artist:
Joanne Corneau, better known by the pseudonym Corno, was a Canadian artist from the Saguenay region of Quebec. She achieved international recognition for her large-scale paintings of women's faces and bodies in a "post-pop" style.