‘Spectral Time’, 2022, the present

The experiential work on this screen, a dedicated web project, expresses time as a progression of color. ‘Spectral Time’ disconnects from a temporal experience tethered to observing seconds, minutes, and hours. Instead, ‘Spectral Time’ gradates through the visible spectrum over the entire day, starting and ending in red at midnight.

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Biography

Johannes Girardoni is an American multi-media and installation artist. Over the past two decades, Girardoni’s work has been driven by exploring the relationship between matter and light, how that dynamic affects perception, and why combinations of natural and artificial phenomena, including algorithms, can fundamentally shift our experience and understanding of site and space. Girardoni’s diverse works range from purely non-technological – using only base materials such as found wood and wax – to hyper-immersive installations in light and sound that blend artificial and human perception. A primary example of this is Girardoni’s use of sensors and algorithms that allow viewers to hear the sound of light. Girardoni often blurs traditional subject-object relationships by generating reciprocity between viewer and work. Meshing material and virtual content, these orchestrations of light, matter, and data are proposed as occasions to disengage from communication. A central tenet of Girardoni is that the supra-sensory conditions created through his works can act as counterpoints to and inform a critical discourse about the influx of mediated realities in modern culture.

Girardoni’s art has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide, including at the 54th Venice Biennale, Italy, the Ludwig Museum, Germany, The Harvard Art Museum, Cambridge, MA, The Austrian Cultural Forum, New York, as well as at TED2014 in Vancouver, British Columbia. More recently, Girardoni presented a survey exhibition titled Sensing Singularity at Lévy Gorvy, London. Girardoni has been the subject of features and reviews both nationally and internationally, including in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The L.A. Times, ArtNews, Art in America, and Sculpture, among others. Girardoni is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2019 Fancis J. Greenburger Award for exceptional merit and contribution to the world of art.

Girardoni emigrated from Austria to Southern California in his teens. The artist studied at Bowdoin College and the M.I.T. Media Lab. Girardoni currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

In-situ Art + Architecture

The studio’s work in the built environment explores a hybridization of art and architecture to amplify the experience of self and site. In collaborations with architects, Girardoni’s method advocates for site-specific art to underpin the architectural design process. His approach leans on the idea of “art before architecture.” Girardoni focuses on formulating a conceptual art program in which the art magnifies the sensory activation of the site and of architecture. Compressing art and the built environment creates opportunities to blend the physical and the ephemeral, which amplifies visitors’, residents’, and participants’ experience of place.

Girardoni’s art in architecture collaborations have ranged from master planning site-specific art programs in large projects to in-situ installations in residential work. He has worked with world-renowned architects, including Tom Kundig, EYRC, Rick Joy, and Kulapat Yantrasast/WHY.

Chromasonic

In 2018, Johannes Girardoni formed the collaborative studio and research lab Chromasonic with sound artists and musicians Orpheo McCord and Joel Shearer to explore non-ordinary states of consciousness through the development of organic technologies that harmonize light and sound frequencies in​ ​immersive communal environments within large-scale, polysensory installations.

The studio proposes its work as an experimental disruption to the attention monopolizing effects of the mainstream technologies that have permeated our culture. Fusing science with art in light and sound, the studio embraces an ethical use of technology to integrate natural and artificial cognition. Chromasonic explores the potential of art as a catalyst to harmonize cognitive and somatic states.

Chromasonic installations are synesthetic experiences where participants see sound and hear light. The melding of sensory modalities blurs boundaries between physical and perceived realities, suspending participants in time and space, in-situ, to inspire a radical state of presence. Grounded in eliciting an awareness of your perception – an awareness of awareness – the work can create a foundation for new connections to self and others. Chromasonic installations, and the networked platforms the studio is working on for the future, are intended to benefit the public at large.

Selected Exhibition / Installation Projects

  • 2022
    • Chromasonic – Field Study, Compound LB, Long Beach, CA ◊
    • Sky Vortex, Ojai, CA ◊
  • 2018–19
    • Sensing Singularity, LÉVY GORVY, London, UK ◊
    • Lord Duveen, My Pictures Never Looked So Marvellous As When You are Here, LÉVY GORVY, London, UK ⁜
    • Rhapsody in Blue, Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar, The Netherlands ⁜
    • Wild Blue Yon­der, curated by Koan Jeff Baysa, City of Los Angeles, Dept. of Cultural Affairs / LAX, CA ⁜
    • Chromasonic-Fluid State, Original Thinkers, Telluride, CO ◊
    • Johannes Girardoni, Telluride Gallery, Telluride, CO ◊
    • The Edge of Light, Huntington Beach Art Center, curated by Peter Blake, Huntington Beach, CA ⁜
    • Spectral Bridge, Los Angeles, CA ◊
  • 2017
    • Resonance, PDX Contemporary, Portland, OR ◊
    • Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, WA ⁜
    • ChromaSonic, SNAP, Lyon, France ◊
    • SpectroSonic Bridge, Los Angeles, CA ◊
  • 2014–15
    • Metaspace at TED, TED2014:The Next Chap­ter, Vancouver, BC, Canada ◊
    • Best of 1995–2015, Lukas Feichtner Gallery, Vienna, Austria ⁜
    • Fréquences & Forms, SNAP, Lyon, France ⁜
    • Redacted, PDX Contemporary, Portland, OR ◊
    • Horizon, Newport Beach, CA ◊
    • Chromasonic Field: Colorimetry, MOAH, Lancaster, CA ◊
    • Johannes Girardoni, PDX Contemporary, Portland, OR ◊
  • 2013
    • Off and On, Nye + Brown, Los Angeles, CA ◊
    • The Infinite Room, Pieso Poagen, Washington State ◊
    • Neo Povera, L&M Arts, Los Angeles, CA ⁜
    • Range, PDX Contemporary, Portland, OR ⁜
    • Troublesome, Quint Contem­po­rary, San Diego, CA ⁜
  • 2012
    • Lost-and-Found, Tom­lin­son Kong Con­tem­po­rary, New York, NY ◊
    • Leven met kunst, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, The Nether­lands ⁜
    • Sum­mer 2012, Nye+Brown, Los Ange­les, CA ⁜
    • Light, PDX Con­tem­po­rary, Port­land, OR ⁜
    • The Armory Show, TKC, New York, NY ⁜
    • Art Los Ange­les Con­tem­po­rary, Quint Con­tem­po­rary, Los Ange­les, CA ⁜
  • 2011
    • Per­sonal Struc­tures, 54th Bien­nale di Venezia, Italy ◊
    • Light Mat­ters, PDX Con­tem­po­rary, Port­land, Ore­gon ◊
    • Con­tem­po­rary Works from the Cleve Car­ney Col­lec­tion, Elmhurst Museum of Art, Chicago, IL ⁜
    • Thirty Years of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Cal­i­for­nia Cen­ter for the Arts, Escon­dido, CA ⁜
    • Min­i­mal Struc­tures, Galerie Roger Katwjjk, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
    • Pulse New York, Galerie Lukas Feicht­ner, New York, NY ⁜
  • 2009
    • Undis­closed, Quint Con­tem­po­rary, San Diego, CA ◊
    • The Pas­sage Room, Cre­ative Migra­tion, Aus­trian Cul­tural Forum, New York, NY ◊ ⁜
    • Con­tem­po­rary Works from the Cleve Car­ney Col­lec­tion, Elmhurst Museum of Art, Chicago, IL
    • Thirty Years of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Cal­i­for­nia Cen­ter for the Arts, Escon­dido, CA
    • Min­i­mal Struc­tures, Galerie Roger Katwjjk, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands
    • Pulse New York, Galerie Lukas Feicht­ner, New York, NY
  • 2008
    • Nulla Dies Sine Linea, Marc De Puechre­don, Basel, Switzer­land ✱
    • Peek­skill Project, curated by Livia Straus, Hud­son Val­ley Cen­ter ◊ ⁜ for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Peek­skill, NY ⁜
    • Show Down, Quint Con­tem­po­rary, San Diego, CA ⁜
    • Art Cologne, Galerie Lukas Feicht­ner, Cologne, Ger­many ⁜
  • 2007
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Stephen Haller Gallery, Chelsea, New York ◊
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Galerie Lukas Feicht­ner, Vienna, Aus­tria ◊
    • Johannes Girardoni/Paul Raguenes, Galerie Roger Katwijk, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ✱
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Gebert Con­tem­po­rary, Santa Fe, New Mex­ico ◊
    • Tiny, Whit­ney Art Cen­ter, Port­land, ME (Curated by Bruce Brown/emeritus Cen­ter for Maine Con­tem­po­rary Art) ⁜
    • Color, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York ⁜
  • 2006
    • Recent Work, Stephen Haller Gallery, Chelsea, New York ◊
    • Galerie Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida ⁜
    • Com­pendium, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York ⁜
    • Per­sonal Struc­tures, Galerie Lukas Feicht­ner, Vienna, Aus­tria ⁜
    • Galerie Le Bes­set, St. Jeure dʼAn­daure, France ⁜
  • 2005
    • Per­sonal Struc­tures, Lud­wig Museum, Koblenz, Ger­many ⁜
    • White Cube, Kyoto, Japan ⁜
    • Stephen Haller Gallery, Chelsea, New York ⁜
    • Galerie Vad­nai, Budapest, Hun­gary ⁜
  • 2004
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Stephen Haller Gallery, Chelsea, New York ◊
    • Per­sonal Struc­tures, Galerie Laus­berg, Düs­sel­dorf, Ger­many ⁜
    • Con­stant Aes­thetic 2004, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York
    • Galerie Arti Capelli, Het­on­gen­bosch, The Nether­lands ⁜
    • Red, Galerie Pimm van der Donk, Ham­burg, Ger­many ⁜
  • 2003
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Gallery Nanky de Vreeze, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ◊
    • Small Sculp­tures, Cervini-Haas Gallery, Phoenix, AZ ◊
    • Recent Work, Stephen Haller Gallery, Chelsea, New York ◊
    • Nar­ra­tive Abstrac­tion, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York ⁜
    • Coda, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York ⁜
    • Con­stant Aes­thetic 2003, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York ⁜
  • 2002
    • Gallery Artists – Inau­gural Exhi­bi­tion, Stephen Haller Gallery, Chelsea, New York ⁜
    • Inau­gural Exhi­bi­tion, Galerie Le Bes­set, St. Jeure dʼAn­daure, France ⁜
    • Art Paris, Galerie Nanky de Vreeze, Inter­na­tional Art Expo­si­tion, Paris, France ⁜
    • Kun­stRai Ams­ter­dam, Ams­ter­dam Art Fair, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
  • 2001
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Gallery Nanky de Vreeze, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ◊
    • Louise Bour­geois, Johannes Girar­doni, Janis Kounel­lis, Art Rot­ter­dam, Rot­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
    • John OʼCar­roll, Johannes Girar­doni, Her­bert Nouwens, Galerie Pimm van der Donk, Ham­burg, Ger­many ✱
    • The Art of Encaus­tic Paint­ing, Cervini Haas Gallery, Scotts­dale, Ari­zona ⁜
    • Art Paris, Inter­na­tional Art Expo­si­tion, Paris, France ⁜
    • Kun­stRai Ams­ter­dam. Ams­ter­dam Art Fair, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
    • Gallery Artists, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ⁜
    • Inau­gural Exhi­bi­tion, Liv­ing Stone Gallery, The Hague, The Nether­lands ⁜
  • 2000
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ◊
    • Group Show, Chiaroscuro, Santa Fe, New Mex­ico ⁜
    • Con­stant Aes­thetic, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ⁜
    • Kun­stRai Ams­ter­dam, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
  • 1999
    • Kun­stRai Ams­ter­dam, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
    • Group Show, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ⁜
  • 1998
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Gallery Nanky de Vreeze, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ◊
    • Bou­quet Dʼété, Gallery Nanky de Vreeze, Liv­ing Stone Gallery, The Nether­lands ⁜
  • 1997
    • Recent Work, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ◊
    • Kun­stRai Ams­ter­dam, Ams­ter­dam Art Fair, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
  • 1996
    • Recent Work, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ◊
    • Sug­ges­tions of Spir­i­tu­al­ity with Echoes of Today, Gallery Nanky de Vreeze, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands ⁜
    • Ges­tural Min­i­mal­ism II, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ⁜
    • Vir­tu­os­ity, Inter­na­tional Art Fair, The Armory, New York ⁜
  • 1995
    • ACI Inter­net Gallery Launch, Aus­trian Cul­tural Insti­tute at Guggen­heim Museum, Soho, New York ⁜
  • 1994
    • Group Show, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ⁜
  • 1993
    • Recent Con­struc­tions, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ◊
    • The Empty Space, Stephen Haller Fine Art, New York, NY ⁜
  • 1992
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Stephen Haller Gallery, New York, NY ◊
    • Spirit Mark­ers, Stephen Haller Fine Art, New York, NY ⁜
    • Apoc­a­lypse and Res­ur­rec­tion, The Gallery Three Zero, New York, NY ⁜
    • Group Show, Margulies-Taplin Gallery, Bay Har­bor Island, Florida ⁜
  • 1991
    • Par­al­lels, Mon­treal Inter­na­tional Art­Expo, Mon­treal, Canada ✱
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Stephen Haller Fine Art, New York, NY ◊
    • Johannes Girar­doni, Margulies-Taplin Gallery, Bay Har­bor Island, Florida ◊
    • Par­al­lels (two-person show), Entrée Libre a lʼart Con­tem­po­rain, Mon­treal, Canada ✱
    • Div­ina­tions: Tran­scen­dent Images from Africa, N. and S. Amer­ica, Buck­nell Uni­ver­sity Museum. Lewis­berg, PA ⁜
    • Altered States, Stephen Haller Fine Art, New York, NY ⁜
  • 1990
    • Idols, Icons, Effi­gies & Incan­ta­tions, Fair­field Uni­ver­sity Museum, Fair­field, Con­necti­cut ⁜
  • 1989
    • Invi­ta­tional Exhi­bi­tion, Cen­ter for Maine Con­tem­po­rary Art, Rock­port, Maine ⁜

◊   Solo exhi­bi­tion or instal­la­tion project
✱   Two-person exhi­bi­tion
⁜   Group exhibition

Selected Bibliography

  • Dambrot, Shana Nys, “The World of Chromasonic is Built of Pure Light and Sound”, LA Weekly, May 2022
  • Brooks, Samantha, “Chromasonic Helps Find a Radical State of Presence”, Cultured, Nov 2021
  • Stathaki, Elli, “Art and Architecture Collide at Spectral Bridge House in California”, Wallpaper, May 2019
  • Selvin, Claire, “Art Omi Names Winners of 2019 Francis J. Greenburger Award”, Art News, March 2019
  • Webb, Michael, “Spectral Bridge House: Blending Art and Architecture”, LA Times, Design LA Magazine, Spring 2019
  • “Top London Art Shows This Week: Franz West to Johannes Girardoni”, Blouin Art, Juy 23, 2018
  • Sar­dar, Zahid, “Design­ing a Home with­out Dis­rupt­ing the Land’s Heal­ing Energy”, The New York Times, Sep­tem­ber 29, 2017
  • Speer, Richard, “Res­o­nance”, Visual Art Source, Feb­ru­ary, 2017
  • Whit­ney, Kath­leen, “Johannes Girar­doni”, Sculp­ture Mag­a­zine, March, 2014
  • Frank, Peter, “Col­orime­try”, Artillery Mag, March 4, 2014
  • Wagley, Cather­ine, “Five Artsy Things to Do in L.A.”, LA Weekly, July 3, 2013
  • Pla­gens, Peter. “Lost-and-Found”, The Wall Street Jour­nal, March 2, 2012
  • Radon, Lisa. “Johannes Girar­doni: Light Mat­ters”, Art Ltd Mag­a­zine, July/August 2011
  • De Jongh, Kar­lyn. “Per­sonal Struc­tures – Johannes Girar­doni”, La Bien­nale di Venezia, Exhi­bi­tion Cat­a­log Essay, Venice, 2011
  • Mot­ley, John. “Johannes Girar­doniʼs Light Mat­ters, at the Junc­tion of Image and Real­ity” The Ore­gon­ian, May 12, 2011
  • Lake, Eva. “Johannes Girar­doni”, Visual Art Source, May 2011
  • Lom­bardi, John. “Surface-enhanced Raman Spec­troscopy of Indan­throne and Fla­van­throne”, Jour­nal of Raman Spec­troscopy, 2009, 40, 1557–1563
  • Röell, Japp. “Inside-Out and Back­wards”, Het Finan­cieele Dag­blad (Finan­cial Times), The Nether­lands, Nov 28, 2009
  • Genoc­chio, Ben­jamin. “In Peek­skill, 2 Shows of Raw Works”, The New York Times, Sept 26, 2008
  • Feßler, Anne Katrin. “Duf­ten­der Min­i­mal­is­mus”, Der Stan­dard, Nov. 11, 2007
  • Steininger, Flo­rian, “Johannes Girar­doni”, Vienna, Aus­tria: Feicht­ner Edi­tions, 116pp., 2007
  • Loder­meyer, Peter. “Per­sonal Struc­tures”, Junge Kunst, Nr. 69, Jan/Mar 2007
  • Fogg Art Museum/Harvard Univ. Art Muse­ums, Build­ing our Future, Vol. VI, No. 3, Sum­mer 2006
  • Mullarkey, Mau­reen. “A Sum­mer Sam­pler of Refined Abstrac­tion”, The New York Sun, July 13, 2006
  • Loder­meyer, Peter. “Johannes Girar­doni and Nelleke Belt­jens”, Sculp­ture Mag­a­zine, July/August 2006
  • Fehr, Michael; Girar­doni, Johannes; Hon­nef, Klaus; Loder­meyer, Peter; Pihl, Thomas; Reifen­scheid, Beate; Rieger, Peter; Riet­meyer, René. “Per­sonal Struc­tures Sym­po­sium, Lud­wig Museum”, Cor­ner­house Books/GAA Pub­lish­ing, 2006
  • Gre­gori, Daniela. Min­i­mal: “Per­sonal Struc­tures” in Wien, Frak­furter Allege­meine Zeitung, Feb. 2, 2006
  • Stima, Klara, Szabadulj meg a godolataid­tol, Art Mag­a­zin, Budapest, Hun­gary, May 2005
  • Hum­mer, Tracey. Art in Amer­ica, April 2005
  • Puch­ner, Willly, Wiener Zeitung, “Johannes Girar­doni”, May 20, 2005
  • Sauer-Kaulbach, Lieselotte. “Ein ein­deutiges Ja zu Sub­jek­tiv­ität und Sinnlichkeit”, Rhein-Zeitung, Apr 18. 2005
  • Loder­meyer, Peter. “Per­sonal Struc­tures,” Cor­ner­house Books/GAA Pub­lish­ing 2004
  • Glueck, Grace. “Art in Review, Johannes Girar­doni,” The New York Times, Feb­ru­ary 28, 2003
  • Voer, Jan. “Beeldende Kunst,” Keuze, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands, April 12, 2001
  • Mat­tera, Joanne. “Encaus­tic Paint­ing: Con­tem­po­rary Expres­sion in the Ancient Medium of Pig­mented Wax,” Watson-Guptill, 2001
  • Korotkin, Joyce. “Johannes Girar­doni,” NYARTS Mag­a­zine, Novem­ber 2000
  • Tabios, Eileen. “Johannes Girar­doni — New Work,” ReviewNY, Novem­ber 2000
  • Korotkin, Joyce. “Johannes Girar­doni,” Cat­a­logue Essay, Fall 2000
  • “Exhi­bi­tion Review,” The Tele­graph, Ams­ter­dam, The Nether­lands, Octo­ber 1996
  • Brock, Hovey. “Exhi­bi­tion Review,” ART­news, Feb­ru­ary 1994
  • Miller, Judith. “Exhi­bi­tion Review,” Artist­Writer, Decem­ber 1993
  • Sev­era, Kathi. “Johannes Girar­doni,” Aus­tria Kul­tur, Jan/Feb 1993
  • Bax, Marty. “A Silent Moment,” Exhi­bi­tion Cat­a­logue, 1992
  • Faust, Gretchen. “Exhi­bi­tion Review,” Arts Mag­a­zine, Sum­mer 1991
  • McGov­ern, Adam. “Exhi­bi­tion Review,” Cover Mag­a­zine, April 1991
  • Met­zger, Josef. “Spir­ituelles aus Holz und Nägel,” Die Presse Mag­a­zin, Aus­tria, April 1991

Selected Public Collections

  • Akzo Nobel Art Foun­da­tion, Arn­hem, Hol­land
  • The Agnes Bourne Col­lec­tion, San Fran­cisco, CA
  • The Aus­trian Cul­tural Forum, New York, NY (com­mis­sion for Cre­ative Migra­tion)
  • CALDIC Col­lec­tion, Rot­ter­dam, Hol­land
  • The Har­vard Art Museum, Cam­bridge, Mass­a­chu­setts
  • The Cather­ine Lee Col­lec­tion, TX
  • Mayer-Rieckh Col­lec­tion, Graz, Aus­tria
  • MGM GRAND, Las Vegas, USA
  • The Mar­gulies Col­lec­tion, Miami, FL
  • The Pro­gres­sive Art Col­lec­tion, Cleve­land, Ohio
  • SANDERS Col­lec­tion, Schiedam, Holland

Lectures, Awards & Symposia

  • Francis J Greenburger Award, Art OMI, presented at The New Museum, New York, NY, 2019
  • American Architecture Award, presented by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Design and Architecture and The European Center for Architecture and Art, 2019, (Spectral Bridge / Spectral Bridge House)
  • Award for Art and Architecture, Architizer+, 2019 (Spectral Bridge / Spectral Bridge House)
  • AIA Los Angeles Residential Award, 2019 (Spectral Bridge House)
  • AIA California Residential Honors Award, 2019 (Spectral Bridge House)
  • Art + Architecture Symposium – Johannes Girardoni, Takashi Yanai (EYRC), Joseph Becker (SFMOMA), San Francisco, CA 2019
  • Neurosensei Symposium at wHY Architecture with Johannes Giradoni, Marcos Lutyens, Mithu Sen, Los Angeles, 2017
  • Cre­ative Col­lab­o­ra­tion | Big Art, AIA NY Cen­ter for Archi­tec­ture, New York, NY, 2016
  • Art & Tech­nol­ogy Inter­face, Northrop Grum­man Aero­space, Los Ange­les, CA, 2016
  • SCI-Arc, Los Ange­les, CA, 2014
  • UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, 2014
  • Sens­ing Sin­gu­lar­ity, Nye + Brown, Los Ange­les, CA, 2013
  • Per­sonal Struc­tures, Lud­wig Museum, Ger­many, 2008

Education

  • Bow­doin Col­lege, Brunswick, Maine
  • M.I.T. Media Lab, Cam­bridge, Massachusetts

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USA
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