detail of work by Nick Satinover

detail of work by Nick Satinover

You Are Here

Nick Satinover

November 4 - December 31, 2022

You Are Here is a selection of 25 open edition Risograph prints (11 x 17 inches), created by Nick Satinover, from a body of work made in personal and public spaces during the pandemic. Themes speak to notions of time, isolation, placeness and ambivalence.

During the November First Friday, Satinover is offering 30 free prints of A World in Miniature, an open edition risograph, hoping to reward a pilgrimage to see the work and embracing the democratic nature of the printmaking tradition. The remaining 24 prints included in the show will be available for purchase. 

My recent printed work utilizes formal strategies of symmetry, contrast, doubling, intervals, repetition, and pairing of visual with textual language as a structure in which to evoke ambivalent thinking.

Related Programming

FRI November 4 // Be one of 30 people to receive a free copy of A World in Miniature, an open edition risograph

SAT December 17, 12-2pm // Teen Art Class led by Nick Satinover, Pattern Printed Holiday Cards, $35 // Learn more + Register

SAT December 17, 3-5pm // Adult Art Class led by Nick Satinover, Pattern Printed Gift Wrap, $70 // Learn more + Register

works by Nick Satinover

Artist Statement

For years I have probed the landscape of my surroundings for tangible and poetic examples of contrasting and contradictory experiences to reflect upon.  Ever since becoming a parent, particularly since the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic, sensations of time have been the most ever-present and perplexing.  My recent printed work utilizes formal strategies of symmetry, contrast, doubling, intervals, repetition, and pairing of visual with textual language as a structure in which to evoke ambivalent thinking.  My hope in doing this is to reveal a series of statements and meditations about the complexity of being in time: past and present, internal and external, evocative and open, critical yet non-judgmental, personal and universal, collapsing and expanding. 

Bio

Nick Satinover is an infinitely curious maker of things, currently residing outside of Nashville, TN. He works across several media, but is most often found residing with the printmaking studio. He earned his BFA from Wright State University, Dayton, OH, and his MFA from Illinois State University, Normal, IL. He has been an artist-in-residence at Frans Masereel Centrum in Kasterlee, Belgium, Kala Arts Center, Berkeley, CA, In-Cahoots, Petaluma, CA and the Mass MoCA in North Adams, MA. His work has been shown widely in juried, group and solo exhibitions across the United States. He is currently an Associate Professor of Print Media at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. He shares a busy home with his twin boys, partner Brittany, and rescued pets.

photo of Nick Satinover