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In November 2017 Roniger co-organized and moderated a multi-platform symposium titled Strange Attractors: Art, Science, and the Question of Convergence. Organized in conjunction with CUE Art Foundation, the conference comprised two live events and a ten-day online dialogue exploring the underlying assumptions, motives, and objectives of the growing Sci-Art movement within the visual arts.



In December 2017 Roniger will serve as Guest Editor of The Brooklyn Rail's Critics Page, for which she invited 22 artists, scientists, writers, and curators to contribute critical essays exploring the art-science convergence.



In July 2016, Splotch, a two-venue group show held at Sperone Westwater and Lesley Heller Workspace, was reviewed in Artinfo. Click here to read more: BlouinArtinfo.



In July 2016, videographer James Kalm reviewed Splotch for his Rough Cuts YouTube series. To watch his walk-through of the Lesley Heller venue, please click here: Rough Cuts by James Kalm.



Compendium, a group show at the Islip Art Museum which includes two pieces from Roniger's Inscapes Series, has been featured in the October 25, 2015 issue of The New York Times.

For more information, click here: The New York Times.


In the summer of 2015, an outdoor piece from Roniger's Inscape Series was on view in The People's Garden in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

For more information, click here: Artcritical.


From June 4th through August 2nd, 2015, Roniger participated in a three-person show at Robert Henry Contemporary titled A Random Meander.

For more information, click here: Robert Henry Contemporary.


In April 2014, Roniger gave a presentation on her work at Brown University, where she served as Visiting Critic for the graduating Honors students.

The transcript of the talk (including images) can be found here: www.thelathe.org.


In January 2013, Roniger's interview with Joseph Nechvatal was featured on Anti-Utopias, a new international platform for contemporary art curated by Sabin Borş.

To read the interview, please visit the Anti-Utopias website.


In the Fall of 2012, Roniger's work was featured on Anti-Utopias, a new international platform for contemporary art curated by Sabin Borş. For the November launch of the site, Roniger was invited to write an essay about her work.

To read the piece, please visit the Anti-Utopias website.


September 28–30, 2012: A light installation by Roniger titled Cellscape Codex was on view in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Dumbo for the 2012 Dumbo Arts Festival.


September 23–October 28, 2012: Roniger participated in a group show titled Soft Luminosity in Leiden, The Netherlands.

For more information about the show, please visit their website.


May–July 2012: Six paintings from Roniger's Cellular Automata, Cipher, and Stone Series were featured in a group show at ILIAD Contemporary called Particles & Waves.

To read more about the show, please visit the gallery's website: www.iliadny.com.

Click here to download the exhibition catalogue.


In August 2011, Roniger exhibited a new large-scale work from the Pinprick Series at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans, LA. Roniger was invited by the CAC to create a site-specific work for one of the museum's large windows overlooking St. Joseph Street in the city's warehouse district. The exhibition opening coincided with the 2011 White Linen Night, an annual tradition that celebrates New Orleans' thriving arts district.

Click here for more information about White Linen Night..

For more information about the CAC, visit www.cacno.org.

In early June 2011, Roniger launched a new blog. Titled Concatenations, the blog will be a forum for exploring ideas related to contemporary art and will include exhibition reviews, short essays, and special projects involving collaborations with other artists and writers.

Blog site: www.caldaria.org.


In conjunction with Roniger's May 2011 solo exhibition at StandPipe Gallery in New York, Michael Bowen has written a critical essay about Roniger's work.

Click here to read the essay.


In May, 2011, Roniger had two concurrent solo exhibitions of the latest series of paintings and works on paper—one at StandPipe Gallery in New York City and the other at The Front in New Orleans. The New York show opened on Thursday, May 12th, the one in New Orleans on Saturday the 14th.

In commemoration of the centennial of Wassily Kandinsky's classic text, On the Spiritual in Art, Roniger co-organized an online symposium and film screening launched in spring 2011. Organized in collaboration with filmmaker Eric Zechman, the events wiere hosted by the BFA Fine Arts Department at the School of Visual Arts.

For more details please visit: www.beyondkandky.net.


In the winter of 2011, a piece from Roniger's Pinprick Series was shown at Mass MOCA as part of the exhibition An Exchange with Sol LeWitt.

For more details please visit the exhibition's web page.


With Brooklyn-based gallery Horse Trader Projects, Roniger participated in Aqua Art Miami from December 1–4, 2010.

Click here for images of work that was presented at Aqua Art.


In the summer of 2009, Roniger's work was exhibited at the Pera Musuem in Istanbul, Turkey, in the exhibition Octet: Selections from the School of Visual Arts. The show, curated by Suzanne Anker and Peter Hristoff, was on view at the Turkish museum from August 12 through October 4, 2009. Octet presented over 100 works by more than 60 artists that addressed current trends and issues in contemporary art practice. Following the presentation in Turkey, the exhibition travelled to New York's Visual Arts Gallery, where it was on view from November 20 through December 23, 2009.

For further details on the museum, visit www.peramuzesi.org.tr.

Click here to see installation photos from the exhibition.

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