Rodman is a visual artist who lives and works in New York. His work has a structural/performative bent and often integrates gestural painting, diagrammatic drawing, and intense color, and he has often collaborated
with others to realize “event-based group figurative sculptures.” Rodman received his BA in sculpture from The College of Creative Studies at UCSB and his MFA from Columbia University and has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally at venues including Guild & Greyshkul (New York), The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, and, in collaboration with the SFBC, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE).
Recent shows include a solo presentation at Arte Portugal 10 (Lisbon), and group exhibitions at Laurel Gitlen (New York) and Sue Scott Gallery (New York).
The Wolves from Three Angles; Or, The Benefits of the Middle,, Claire Jarvis, ARCADE, January 26, 2011.
“A Room, In Three Movements,”, Naomi Fry, Artforum.com, March, 2011.
The Tension of Objects in Space, Michelle Levy, ArtSlant, February 27, 2011.
The Navigator from Doublr on Vimeo.
This video documents two events, one year apart: The Navigator (3/26/2006) + Navigator Two (3/25/2007). The footage for both years is overlain and made transparent allowing the two events to be seen at the same time.
THREE_CLOUDS from Doublr on Vimeo.
Three simultaneously conceived improvisational sculptures of a cloud of smoke exhaled by a furloughed ill cigarette factory worker constructed as unfolding in time by or through an experimental cooperative photography workshop in conjunction with and within the premises of ohad meromi’s rehearsal sculpture at art in general, 79 walker st., ny, ny on the 6th floor at 6:30pm on tuesday, feb 1st 2011