EXHIBITIONS
       
  2017   "back, forth: Street Road at 5 Years," Street Road Artists Space, Chester County, PA, USA
       
  2016   "David A. Parker and Susan Marie Brundage," Street Road Artists Space, Chester County, PA, USA
       
  2015   "David A. Parker and Susan Marie Brundage," Street Road Artists Space, Chester County, PA, USA
      "75┬║Oeste/75┬║West," Casa Tres Patios, Medellin, Colombia
      "David Parker," (solo exhibition), Threshold Wellness, Philadelphia, USA
 
  2014   "Arterial Motives," Street Road Artists Space, Chester County, PA, USA
 
  2013   "DIY (Visits Chicago): Photographers and Books," Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College, Chicago
 
  2012   Artist Residency, Zhang Jia Jie, Hunan Province, China
      "You Complete Me: Mediating Relationships in Contemporary Art," DeVos Art Museum, Northern Michigan University, Marquette MI
      "Interaction," curated by Sun H. Choi, Korean Cultural Center of Chicago, Wheeling IL
 
  2011   "Scope Miami 2011," with Kasia Kay Art Projects, Miami FL
      "NIU School of Art Faculty Biennial," Northern Illinois University Art Museum, DeKalb IL
      "Intertwined," curated by Sun H. Choi, Korean Cultural Center of Chicago, Wheeling IL USA
      "I All Alone Beweep My Outcast State," curated by Katie Kahn, Kruger Gallery, Chicago IL USA
      "Benefit for Japan exhibition," Elmhurst College, Elmhurst IL USA
      Art Chicago art fair, exhibiting with Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago IL USA
      "Artistic Mediums," curated by Mary Lucking and Andrew Sempere, New Art Center, Newton, MA USA
      "Hearts and Minds," solo exhibition, Barbara A. Kieft Accelerator ArtSpace, Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, IL USA (installation photos)
      "Off the Wall, Off the Floor," curated by Kasia Kay, Walnut Ink Gallery, Michigan City, IN, USA
       
  2010   "TRANSparent TRANSlucent," curated by Darin White, Flash Gallery, Lawrence, Kansas USA
      "Yeosu International Art Festival," curated by Soon Choi, Yeosu, South Korea
      "TIME SWITCH" solo exhibition, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago, IL USA
       
  2009   "The White Show," Signs of Life Gallery, Lawrence, Kansas
      "21st Century New Silk Road," Korean Cultural Service, Korean Embassy, Beijing, China
      "Summer Group Show," Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago
      "The (un)Real City," Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago USA (press: New City)
      Solo project: LIFELINE, "Guerrilla Truck Show," Fulton Market Street neighborhood, Chicago
      NEXT Projects, NEXT Invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art, Merchandise Mart, Chicago [thanks to Kasia Kay Art Projects]
       
  2008   "Universal Electronic Art," Seongnam Art Center Museum, Seongnam, South Korea
      Taehwagang Eco Art Festival, Ulsan, South Korea (press: Gyeongsang Daily News (9.22.08) and (9.29.08))
      "Pingyao International Photography Festival," Pingyao, China
      "Mountain," curated by Audrey Peiper and Gabriel Akagawa, Beverly Art Center, Chicago
      "thisAbility vs. Disability," curated by Byeong Sam Jeon, Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea (press: Korea Times, Dong-A Daily, Dong-A Korea Economic Daily)
      "19th Evanston + Vicinity Biennial," curated by Barbara Wiesen and Lanny Silverman, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, IL
      "Artistic Medium: Revelations of the Invisible," curated by Mary Lucking and Andrew Sempere, Museum of New Art, Pontiac MI
      "Among the Ruins: Reimagining Architectural Destruction and Decay," curated by Sarah Urist Green, space 301 off centre, Mobile, AL
      "on that which remains," curated by Elke Gruhn and Katharina Klara Jung, NKV, Wiesbaden, Germany
      "The only thing that I believe," 2-person show with Jaye Rhee, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago
      "Backyard," curated by Scott Grow, Harrison Center for the Arts, Indianapolis IN (press: CultureCatch, NY Arts)
       
  2007   "Bridge Miami Art Fair," with Kasia Kay Art Projects, Miami, FL
      "Art 44-46," curated by Stuart Keeler, public projects in Lakeview East neighborhood, Chicago, IL (press: Public Art Review)
      "The Intelligent Design Project III," curated by D. Dominick Lombardi and Michael Zansky, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago, IL
      "The Intelligent Design Project II," curated by D. Dominick Lombardi and Michael Zansky, The New Museum of Art, Detroit, MI
      "Faketure Short Film Festival," Beverly Arts Center, Chicago
      "Rhythm & Ritual," 4-person exhibition with Joseph Kohnke, Yuichiro Nishizawa, and Dmitry Strakovsky
Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, South Korea
      "Rhythm & Ritual," 4-person exhibition with Joseph Kohnke, Yuichiro Nishizawa, and Dmitry Strakovsky
ARTLAB, Beijing, China
      Bridge Art Fair, showing with Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago (press: Chicago Sun-Times)
      "Fear is a Four Letter Word," Omega Institute, New York
      "Free Rein / Full Play: New Chicago Photography," Ellen Curlee Gallery, St. Louis, MO (press: St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
      "Aesthetics of Belonging", curated by Kasia Kay, SCOPE New York
      Red Dot Art Fair, New York, showing with Kasia Kay Art Projects
      "On and Off the Grid," solo exhibition, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago. (press: Artletter, Chicago Sun-Times, Flavorpill, UR Chicago, NY Arts Magazine )
       
  2006   SCOPE Miami art fair, showing with Kasia Kay Art Projects
      "Field of Vision: Beijing", Beijing New Art Projects, Beijing, China
      Summer Gallery Exhibition, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago
      SCOPE NY art fair, represented by Kasia Kay Art Projects
      "atmospheric" group show, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago
      "Interactive Playground" group show, Chicago Festival of Disability Arts and Culture, Beverly Arts Center, Chicago
       
  2005   SCOPE Miami art fair, represented by Kasia Kay Art Projects
      "Faketure" group exhibition, Janet Wallace Fine Art Center Gallery, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
      "Experiment 400/5" group exhibition, Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago
      "RUSH" group exhibition, Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago
      "Daily Care" group exhibition, Galeria Noua, Bucharest, Romania
      "Manipulations" group exhibition, Gallery 2, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC)
      "Fountain" site-specific installation, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
      "Rays of Light II" group exhibition, Lightology, Chicago
      Graduate Exhibition, Gallery 2, SAIC
      NOVA Young Art Fair, Chicago, represented by New Context Gallery
      SCOPE New York art fair, represented by New Context Gallery
      "ArtWindows 2005" exhibition, SAIC / Paul Stuart, Chicago IL
      "Alchemy" group exhibition, Betty Rymer Gallery, SAIC
      "REframed" group exhibition, Gene Siskel Film Center, SAIC
 
  2004   Group Exhibition, Gallery 2, SAIC
      "ArtWindows" Group Exhibition, Nicole Miller / SAIC, Chicago
      Group Exhibition, New Context Gallery, Chicago
 
  2002   “Rays of Light” group show, Lightology, Chicago [also co-curator]
      “assoc. | able” 4-person show, Art Space for Alternative Projects, Chicago
      Accreditation Exhibition, Dept. of Art & Technology Studies, SAIC
      Undergraduate Exhibition, SAIC
 
  2001   "Front Rooms" group show, curated by Henry Coombes, Newbery Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland
      Graduate Exhibition, SAIC [collaboration with Yuichiro Nishizawa]
      "ArtBash" group show, Gallery 2, SAIC
      “Interface:::::Exploring Possibilities” group show, curated by Shannon Spanhake, Fassbender Gallery, Chicago
 
  PUBLICATIONS
 
  2013   Jason Judd, "New Investigations: David A. Parker," Make Space, published Feb. 14, 2013
  2012   Melissa Young, "New DeVos exhibit takes audience into the picture," The North Wind, published Oct. 4, 2012
  2010   Ryan Lafarney, "Seeing Through," Review (accessed at www.ereview.org), published Sep. 12, 2010
      Stephanie Burke and Jeriah Hildwine, "Art Talk Chicago," Monday Morning Quarterback: Friday 11/19 (online: click for link), published Dec. 10, 2010
  2009   600 N. Lake Shore Drive Collection, (Chicago, IL: Belgravia Group, Ltd. and Sandz Development Co., Inc.) P. 66-7.
      The (Un)real City (exh. cat.) (Milan: International Art Media) P. 22-3.
      Monica Westin, "Review: The (Un)real City / Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery," New City, Chicago, IL, May 18, 2009
  2008   Taehwa-river Eco Art Festival (exh. cat.) (Ulsan, South Korea: Gyeongsang Daily News) P. 8-11.
      Universal Electronic Art (exh. cat.) (Seongnam, South Korea: Seongnam Cultural Foundation) P. 30-1.
      Jeon Sang-heon, "American artist David A. Parker's 'Heartbeat Carillon,'" Gyeongsang Daily News, Ulsan, South Korea, Sept. 22, 2008
      Hong Yeong-jin, "David A. Parker: Eastern thought, global expression," Gyeongsang Daily News, Ulsan, South Korea, Sept. 29, 2008
      Cathy Rose A. Garcia, "Electronic Art Exhibit Tackles Disability," Korea Times, Seoul, South Korea, July 28, 2008
      Koh Mi-seok, "Two exhibitions take a new look at disability," Dong-A Daily News, Seoul, South Korea, July. 29, 2008
      Jeon Dong-hyeok, "Feeling creates a world without disability," Dong-A Science News, Seoul, South Korea, July 24, 2008
      "Understanding disability through experiencing digital art," Korea Economic News, Seoul, South Korea, July 21, 2008
      Among the Ruins: Re-imagining Architectural Decay (exh. cat.) (Mobile, AL, USA: Space 301 Off Centre) P. 8.
      D. Dominick Lombardi, "Indianapolis Art FYI," NYARTSMAGAZINE.com, May-June, 2008
      D. Dominick Lombardi, "Indianapolis Art FYI," CultureCatch.com, Feb. 12, 2008 (illus.).
  2007   44 | 46 Art (exh. cat.), Stuart Keeler, curator (Chicago, IL USA: LakeView East Chamber of Commerce)
      Stuart Keeler, "Service Media: Community as Collaborator," Public Art Review, Vol. 19, No. 2, Issue 38, Spring/Summer 2008, p. 33.
      Kevin Nance, "Denizens of Artropolis," Chicago Sun-Times, April 27, 2007, Weekend p. 13.
      Paul Klein, "ArtLetter 1/12/07," wwww.Artletter.com, January 12, 2007
      "Parker's "On and Off the Grid" at kasia kay gallery," Chicago Sun-Times, January 26, 2007, Weekend p. 4.
      David Bonetti, "Chitown photos," Flavorpill Chicago, March 4, 2007
      Amber Drea, "Suburban Crawl," UR Chicago, Jan. 18 - Feb. 14 2007, p. 44.
      Hillary Cook, "Wasted Bodies: Suburbia in the work of David A. Parker," NY Arts Magazine, July-August 2007
 
  EDUCATION
 
  2005   MFA, Art & Technology, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). Fellowship award.
  2001   BFA, Sculpture / Art & Technology, SAIC
  1994   Studied at Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC
  1993   BA with honors, Comparative Literature / Chinese, Cornell University, NY
 
  REPRESENTATION  
 
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