Deb Todd Wheeler
Deb Todd Wheeler generates discreetly intimate experiences through interactive installations, objects, and participatory gatherings. Raised by musicians, and trained as a material craftsman, she has an interest in both antiquated and new technologies, and an attitudinal nimbleness that spawns collaboration across disciplines. Her projects act as a vehicle for processing both material and emotion.
Some recent exhibitions include LABspace (NY), Palmer Museum of Art (PA), Smith College Museum of Art (MA), Concord Art (MA), DeCordova Museum (MA), Miller Yezerski Gallery (MA), Institute of Contemporary Art (ME), The New Britain Museum of American Art (CT), St Gaudens Museum (NH), as well as the Megapolis Audio Art and Documentary Festival. Live performances with LENNY at Iceland Airwaves (Reykjavik, Iceland), Rockwood Music Hall (NYC), Lily Pad (MA). Awards include a LEF Contemporary Work Fund Artist grant in Inter-media, Massachusetts Cultural Council Grants in Sculpture and Installation, as well as Photography (Finalist), and New Genres (Finalist), the New England Journal of Aesthetic Research, Artist Resource Trust, and a collaborative project grant from Artists in Context.