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INSTALLATIONS

September 2017 | Nano.Stasis, Tinney Contemporary, Nashville TN
Solo Show. Nano.Stasis is a series based on a collaboration with Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Science exploring a new nanofiber technology, presenting the ethereal side of microscopic nanofibers. Works emphasize how creativity, beauty and science are intertwined. Ciuffo merges ethereal beings and organic elements to form large format composite photographs mounted to an acrylic medium after spinning, photographing and manipulating nanofibers.

VISITING ARTIST | Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Science
Harvard University, Cambridge MA
Neurofashion, Nanofiber and the Little Black Dress

A new project exploring the world of nanofiber technology inspired by and partnering with Harvard’s Tarr Family Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics, Kit Parker and his invention of a cotton candy and rotary jet spinning technology.  Merging art and science, Ciuffo is collaborating with Harvard's bioengineering department, spinning nanofiber canvases as backdrops for a new Stasis series. Based on a fact finding and artistic journey, this new series merges art with science and presents the infinite, universe of the microscopic nanofibers.

June 2017 | Spectrum Gestalt Exhibit, bG Gallery, Santa Monica CA
Small Works from Stasis

April 2017 | Women's Essence Show, Espace Cominnes, Paris, France
Artist selected for Woman Art Award 2017

Select Works from Words Fell and Stasis

June 2016 | Stasis Universe Modular Art Pod
OZ Arts, Nashville TN

April 2016 | Speaker / Exhibitor / Arts @29 Garden, Harvard University, Cambridge MA
Nano.Stasis Merging Art with Science

ArtTechPsyche II at  Harvard University celebrating human expression at the intersection of technology and the arts and presented by Harvard Digital Arts and Humanities (DARTH) in collaboration with the Harvard Library and the Digital Futures Consortium. Speaker, presenting on merging art with science and the process of the ongoing collaboration with Harvard’s bioengineering department.

September - November 2015 | James Gallery, Pittsburgh PA
Select artworks from Stasis and Black Stasis

October - December 2015 | Customs House Museum, Clarksville TN
Girl with a Scar Series

A series depicting the grace and beauty of a girl and her scar.

Permanent Art Collection, Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville Tennessee
Musicians: Between the Heart and the Breath, a collective photographic celebration representing iconic and trending artists including Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Buddy Miller, Elton John, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Tim “Too Slim” Langford, Ray Stephenson.

December 2014 - January 2015, Tinney Contemporary, Nashville Tennessee
Stasis: Heavenly Bodies | Solo show, with select and new artworks from Stasis.
Creating contrast within negative space Ciuffo presents images infused with celestial light, textures and organic forms. Images, most found in nature, are composed as both buoyant and free falling, defying gravity, as well as structured tableaux.

May 2014 – January 2015, Nashville International Airport, Nashville Tennessee
Just a Perfect Day, Large Format Skylight Installation created for Bonnaroo/AC Entertainment
Hanging large format 3D lenticular skylight installation with portraiture of Elton John, Carolina Chocolate Drops, The Wild Feathers, Shovels and Rope, The Black Lilies, Tim Langford, Ray Stephenson

November 2013 – January 2014, Castell Photography Gallery, Ashville North Carolina
Savior from Hidden Life of the Soul series. Presented in an exhibit entitled Next: New Photographic Visions curated by art collector Allen Thomas and North Carolina Museum of Art director Larry Wheeler.

April 2013 – Tinney Contemporary, Nashville Tennessee
Solo show, back gallery: Stasis, The state of equilibrium or inactivity caused by opposing equal forces

September 2012 – March 2013, Nashville International Airport, Nashville Tennessee
Series: Thrill, in large format photographic installation. Thrill encapsulated the response and effect of chance structured within the boundaries of a carnival.