Carol Dorf & Terri Saul

 

 

 

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Carol’s poems have been published in Quartsiluni, Best of Indie New England, Spillway, Sin Fronteras, Poemeleon, The Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, The Mom Egg and many other journals. Terri’s work has been shown at galleries in Austin, Berkeley, Brooklyn, Chicago, Los Angeles, Lexington, Nashville, Oakland, San Francisco, and Vancouver. Katie Kurtz of the San Francisco Bay Guardian described Terri’s work as gestural, with a kind of Donnie Darko twist. Learn more about the artist at

 

 Corpus Callosum Rehearsal

 

Photograph, 2013  terrisaul.com.

 

Carol Dorf and  Terri Saul have published collaborative work in New Purlieu Review.

 

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TERRI SAUL

 

Born in 1971, Terri Saul was raised in Los Angeles, California, surrounded by journalists, the Angeles National Forest, punk rock, Santa Ana winds, large breaks, and little earthquakes. Katie Kurtz of the San Francisco Bay Guardian described Terri’s work as gestural, with a kind of Donnie Darko twist. The story of Terri’s work related to bicycling and transportation was featured in a short-film series called Streetfilms, Bay Area Street Portraits.

 

 

More recently she presented a new body of work, Corpus Callosum at ODC Dance Commons, a dance studio and performance space in San Francisco, California. Corpus Callosum is a conceptual art project that includes a dance by Ellen Slatkin with photography, paintings, and drawings by Terri Saul. The project tells the story of the artist’s brain surgery, the removal of a cavernous malformation from the corpus callosum. The dance was created in response to sketches and a narrative by the artist. Concurrent with a series of rehearsals the artist began producing drawings, paintings, and photographs in response to the dance. Ellen Slatkin is the choreographer. Dancers are Angela Rollins, Ellen Slatkin, Maya Kell-Abrams, Simon Greenberg, and Zoe Huey.

 

 

In addition, her artwork has appeared in the following galleries: Warehouse 416, Oakland, CA; Mythos Fine Art, Berkeley, CA; Sticks, Berkeley, CA; Workspace, San Francisco, CA; Truman State University, Kirksville, MO; Rasdall Gallery, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; Centre A Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; TAG art gallery, Nashville, TN; The Bike Oven, Los Angeles, CA; Uzoma Art Space, Louisville, KY; Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada; Ad Hoc Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Nova Art Fair, Chicago, IL; Texas Fine Art Association, Austin, TX; and Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX.

For additional biographically-related media, visit:
New Purlieu Review
Street Films Bay Area Street Portraits
Twitter
Deep Oakland
Hell on Frisco Bay
The Extra Finger

 

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, UC Berkeley, 1993

 

Exhibitions

  • 2013 Terri Saul at Studio Grand Solo Exhibit at Studio Grand in Oakland, CA
  • 2013 Corpus Callosum Exhibit and Performance at ODC Dance Commons in San Francisco, CA
  • 2012 Solo Show at Sticks Picture Framing & Art, Berkeley, CA
  • 2012 Altered Landscape, Workspace, San Francisco, CA
  • 2012 Closing Show, Mythos Fine Arts, Berkeley, CA
  • 2012 Summer Show, with poetry by Carol Dorf, Meal Ticket Berkeley, CA
  • 2012 Dark Illuminations: Paintings of Mysteries, Mythos Fine Art, Berkeley, CA
  • 2011 An Art Show for the 99%, Warehouse 416, Oakland, CA
  • 2011 Remembrance of Things Past, Mythos Fine Art, Berkeley, CA
  • 2011 Underfoot, Workspace, San Francisco, CA
  • 2011 Natural Visions, Dreams, and Apparitions, Mythos Fine Art, Berkeley, CA
  • 2011 Solo show at Bevel, Berkeley, CA
  • 2010 Solo Show at Sticks Picture Framing & Art, Berkeley, CA
  • 2010 Fathoming San Francisco’s Sewer History Bike Tour and Art Party, Workspace, San Francisco, CA
  • 2010 Streetfilms Celebration, Solo Show at Workspace, San Francisco, CA
  • 2010 Velo Wonderland, Uptown Body & Fender, Oakland, CA
  • 2010 ARTCRANK, A Poster Party for Bike People, Chrome Messenger Bags, San Francisco, CA
  • 2009 American Race, Truman State University, Kirksville, MO
  • 2009 Northwestern Hash Tags, Meal Ticket, Berkeley, CA
  • 2009 Art Cycle, Rasdall Gallery, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
  • 2008 Bikeosphere, Centre A Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • 2008 Nice to Meet You, TAG art gallery, Nashville, TN
  • 2008 Here, There, and Everywhere! The Bike Oven, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2007 Art Bikes. Bike Art. Uzoma Art Space, Louisville, KY
  • 2007 Do Not Park Bicycles! Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
  • 2007 One Night Love Affair, The Milk Bar, San Francisco, CA
  • 2007 Suckers & Biters: Love, Lollipops, and the Exquisite Corpse, Ad Hoc Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2006 Untitled, Summer Group Show, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  • 2006 Deluge, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  • 2006 Nova Art Fair, Bucheon Gallery, Chicago, IL
  • 2002 Texas Fine Art Association’s 4X5 Show, Austin, TX
  • 2001 Member’s Showcase, Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX
  • 1994 Short-listed for Introductions 94 Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA
  • 1991-93 Worth Ryder Art Gallery, U.C. Berkeley, CA

 

Awards and Publications

  • 2012 The Monthly, vol 42, no 6, Plays Well with Others: Anything Can Happen When Creative Types Cross-Pollinate
  • 2012 New Purlieu Review, Issue 2
  • 2012 Hell on Frisco Bay, Terri Saul Only Has Two Eyes, January 16
  • 2011 Hell on Frisco Bay, Terri Saul’s Two Eyes, January 20
  • 2010 Hell on Frisco Bay, Terri Saul Has Two Eyes, January 13
  • 2010 Street Portraits, Terri Saul, short film by Charlotte Buchen, Workspace, San Francisco, CA 2010
  • 2010 RideOn, East Bay Bicycle Coalition’s Newsletter, March issue, Bay Area Bridge Commuters
  • 2010 Momentum magazine, No. 44, Reality Rides, Shaping the Future of Richmond’s Youth
  • 2009 Public Transportation Feels the Pinch, Terrain Magazine, Winter Issue
  • 2009 Momentum magazine, No. 42, East Bay Programs for Children and Teens Address Urban Cycling Barriers
  • 2009 Go Outside magazine, Issue 49, June, Arte em Movimento
  • 2009 Included in William T. Vollmann, A Critical Study and Seven Interviews, Michael Hemmingson, McFarland & Company Inc.
  • 2007 San Francisco Chronicle, Style Section (Front Page Feature), Sunday 5.20 Slow Wear
  • 2007 Meena: A Bilingual Journal of Arts and Letters, Issue 2
  • 2006 Dan McCarthy Feature, Courtesy of Anton Kern Gallery, The Quarterly Conversation, Issue 6, Winter
  • 2006 William T. Vollmann Interview, The Quarterly Conversation, Issue 6, Winter
  • 2006 Zak Smith Interview, The Quarterly Conversation, Issue 5, Fall
  • 2006 Deluge Review by Katie Kurtz, Bay Guardian, Vol 40, No 36, June 7-13
  • 2006 Watercolors from 20 Artists at SF’s Bucheon Gallery, ARTINFO, May 16
  • 2006 Terri Saul, Widely Inspired Artist, Bohème Vérité, Vol 1, Issue 1, Summer
  • 2006 DVD Two Artists by Ricardo Navarette, Spring
  • 2006 Featured artist, The Quarterly Conversation, Winter
  • 2003 Louder Than Words, Kitchen Sink Magazine, February
  • 2001 Film Editing Assistant for feature length film Cherish by Finn Taylor
  • 2001 Austin Cinemaker Co-Op’s Make a Film in a Weekend and Through the Looking Glass festivals
  • 1998 Facing 30, New Harbinger Publications
  • 1993 StArt Interacting with Art magazine, Fall
  • 1992-93 Maybell Toombs Prize in Art

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