Next, Max and Hank do the shortest interview in the history of
the show at Chicago Comic Con.
Lastly, Bad at Sports remembers Eydie Gorme.
Keri Oldham is a New York-based artist and
curator working in watercolor, paper and video. Her work deals with
issues of identity, religion, love and death in cinema. Originally
from Dallas, Texas, Oldham has exhibited her work throughout the
country, including: Jen Bekman Gallery in New York, Kirk Hopper
Gallery in Dallas, The Hardware Store Gallery in San Francisco,
Camel Art Space in New York, The Dallas Contemporary, The Reading
Room and 500X in Dallas. She was a 2011 Summer Central Track
resident and has received other awards including a 2010 New Media
Fellowship with BRIC Arts in Brooklyn.
Oldham is also founder of Field Projects, an
artist-run project space in Chelsea. Her work has been spotlighted
and reviewed by Beautiful/Decay, Gwaker Arts, Glasstire, D
Magazine, San Francisco Weekly and others.
Rhodes' work explores codes of masculinity, class and the inherent
violence in homo-social interaction. The middle child of three boys
born to a car mechanic and a school cafeteria cook, Jacob spent his
youth touring in punk bands, publishing zines, and self producing
records. He received his BFA in New Genre and Photography
Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles where he studied under Larry
Johnson, Bruce Hainley, and Richard Hawkins. After graduating, he
US Army, spending three years
in Alaska at Fort Wainwright’s 172nd Arctic Infantry Brigade. In
2005, he returned to school attending
Skowhegan School of Painting and then earned his MFA in Sculpture at
Yale School of Art in 2007.
Jacob has shown at the Bronx Museum, Alona Kagan Gallery, New York,
Federal Art Project, Los Angeles, Galerie Im Regierungsviertel,
Berlin, and Bart Wells Institute, London. He currently lives and
works in Brooklyn, NY.