Artist Not in Residence
They don’t live here, but their art does.
Featuring artist Brady Gunnell's work throughout the hotel from January - September 2013.
Artists Not in Residence is an annual project where multi-disciplinary artists or collectives from afar are chosen to participate and share their work at the Gladstone for the year.
Just like an artist in residence, participants will produce and continually exhibit their work at the Gladstone throughout the duration of the project. In hosting the Artist Not in Residence, we hope to bring the distant creativity and talent of some emerging artists from various practices a little bit closer. This year’s Artist NOT in Residence is NYC based artist, Brady Gunnell
Brady is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, and musician living and working in New York City. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. The expanse of the desert landscape has made a lasting impact on the way he approaches spatial challenges. He holds degrees from the University of Utah and Rhode Island School of Design. He is currently the interaction designer and visual artist at Bullett Magazine. Gunnell has exhibited extensively in the United States as well as internationally. His work can be found in such permanent collections as the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan, The Salford Zine Library in Manchester, England, and il Circolo die Lettori in Turino, Italy. His work is primarily focused on man’s connection to his environment in the digital age, and attempts sound, and spatial analysis.