Hope Springs Eternal: Ryder Richards at CASP by Hannah Dean December 17, 2018 Once, someone who grew up in Boston told my brother that people who grew up in rural areas were stunted. I guess I know what she meant, but there’s something about growing up in the sticks that makes you extremely self-sufficient. If some sort […]
Ryder participated in the 2018 Summer Residency during the month of September at The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, New York.
Ryder Richards Interviews Frances Bagley & Tom Orr PLACES for SCULPTURE: JAPAN with Tom Orr & Frances Bagley The Nasher, Summer 2018 Many thanks to Tom and Frances for their time sharing a complex story of over 20 years of sculpture partnerships between Japan and Dallas. Online Magazine
Forecast Piotr Chizinski April 2-22, 2018Curated by Ryder Richards Permanent Research Project (PRP)508 Fabrication St., Dallas With a focus on disaster relief and infrastructural bias, Piotr Chizinski’s newest work considers the role of electronic frequencies as an invisible natural resource: an open network rich with pollution and gradually removed from public access. The exhibition takes the […]
The Political Seducer’s Diary Performance Art Houston [link] an Instagram-based performance art event curated by Jeanette Joy Harris ~ based on Keirkegaard’s “The Seducer’s Diary” Ryder’s event: December 2-8, 2017
Babel’s Bricks: The Power of Play by Michelle Aldredge, gwarlingo.com June 23, 2017 THE DIFFICULTY OF PLAY While North Adam’s MASS MoCA celebrates the grand opening of Building 6 this month, just down the street Gallery 51 embraces its playful side as guest-curator Corwin Levi tackles the most ambitious of art enterprises: participation.
Wow, now That’s What I Call Stand-Up Vol.1 An evening of comedic performance programmed by Lee Escobedo Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas [link] September 19th, 8-10 PM
Ryder Richards at Beefhaus, Dallas Glasstire.com by Colette Copeland, 21 Oct 2016 [link] Ryder Richards’ most recent performance work Invisible Hand took place at Beefhaus Gallery in Dallas for a couple of weeks recently, in the run up to the fall season. The show examined the politics of labor (very specifically from the point of view […]