- D’ETTE NOGLE - MICHAEL CLIFTON & MICHAEL BENEVENTO AND D’ETTE NOGLE PRESENT: REGRESSING TO MEAN / 04.19.14 - 05.24.14
- Press Release
Born 1974 in La Mirada, CA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA
2000 MFA University of California, Los Angeles
1997 BA in Communications Chapman University, Orange, CA
Egg, Chicago, IL
The Finley, Los Angeles, CA
Clifton Benevento, Michael Clifton & Michael Benevento and D´Ette Nogle Present: Regressing to Mean, New York, NY
Los Angeles Contemporary Archive and D´Ette Nogle Present: Regressing to Mean (Off-Site Testing), Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, Los Angeles, CA
Michael Clifton & Michael Benevento and D’Ette Nogle Present: Information from Two Sources, Clifton Benevento, New York, NY
Reality/Relax, Parker Jones Gallery, Culver City, CA
Suspended Projection, Room Gallery, University of California, Irvine, CA
How Deep Is Your Love?, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, LA
After Wholes & A Sum of Parts, Guggenheim Gallery Project Room, Chapman University, Orange, CA
Dear Joan, Plastica, Los Angeles, CA
Open Sesame, Lumber Room, Portland, OR (Upcoming May)
A Change of Heart, Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles, CA (Upcoming June)
EGG, Essex Street, New York, NY
Tragedy Plus Time (off-site exhibition of Made in L.A. organized by Public Fiction), Public Fiction, Los Angeles, CA
And Yes, I Even Remember You., Aran Cravey Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Shangrila 2013: Burrito Deluxe, curated by Steven Bankhead and Jesse Benson, Shangrila, Joshua Tree, CA
IN/SITU, EXPO Chicago, curated by Michel Ned Holte, Chicago, IL
Made In L.A. 2012, the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
She’s Not There, organized by Andrew Berardini and Dave Muller, Three Day Weekend at Public Fiction, Los Angeles, CA
GREG WILKEN TORBJORN VEJVI LYNTON TALBOT CAULEEN SMITH SEACA (SOUTHEAST ASIAN COMMUNITY ALLIANCE) MARK ROEDER ANDREA ROBBINS AND MAX BECHER D’ETTE NOGLE DYLAN MARCUS BRIAN MANN TORY LOWITZ FRED LONIDIER AMY LAUGHLIN LISA LAPINSKI WILLIAM JONES DANIEL INGROFF KATIE HERZOG KEVIN HANLEY AARON GM ERIK FRYDENBORG RACHEL FOULLON TRAVIS FARMEN TOM ELLIS LUCY DODD MICHELE DI MENNA JESSE BENSON WILL BENEDICT MERWIN BELIN, Exhibition Design by Jesse Benson and Brian Mann, Las Cienegas Projects, Los Angeles, CA
3348 Hours of Sunshine, Clifton Benevento, New York, NY
Progression Minus Progress, Curated by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Says I, Parker Jones Gallery, Culver City, CA
D’ark Garden, Collaborative project with Mark Roeder organized by Brooks Hudson Thomas, Specific Merchandise, Los Angeles, CA
Delusionairium 4, Organized by Jesse Benson, Circus Gallery, Bonelli Contemporary, and David Salow Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Cool Intentions, Curated by Alex Israel, Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA
A Show That Will Show That a Show Is Not Only a Show, curated by Jens Hoffman, The Project, Los Angeles, CA (collaborative project presented by “The Substitutes” with Melissa Longenecker)
Sonsbeek 2001, curated by Jan Hoet, Arnhem, Netherlands
Present Sonsbeek 9, Museum Voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, Netherlands
Snow, curated by Jacob Rhodes, Practice Space, Los Angeles, CA
Forever Infinite, curated by Rebecca Carter, Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles, CA
Not Coming, Projections: Intermission Images VII, curated by Catherine Lord, Side Street
Projects, Los Angeles, CA
Caption, organized by Jessica Bronson, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, CA
Mostafa Heddaya, “Around the World in 10 Booths at Frieze New York,” BlouinArtinfo Online, May 14
Anneliese Cooper, “EVOO Abounds at Frieze,” BlouinArtinfo Online, May 14
Alex Greenberger, “Zak Kitnick and D’Ette Nogle Bring Pure Olive Oil to Frieze”, Artnews, May 13
Sharon Mizota, “Brief but potent memory: ‘And yes, I even remember you’ at Aran Cravey, L.A. Times, August 22
Alicia Eller, “In the Spirit of Summer Memories,” Hyperallergic, August 22″Regressing to Mean. D’Ette Nogle,” Cura, May 15
Brienne Walsh, “Staving off the Sophomore Slump: D’Ette Nogle at Clifton Benevento” Art in America online, May 12
Matteo Mottin, “Interview with D’Ette Nogle, ” ATP Diary, April 22
Andrew Russeth, “10 Thing to Do in New York’s Artworld Before April 20,” GalleristNY, April 14
Andrew Russeth, “Back to the Beach,” New York Observer, December 11
Andrew Russeth, “D’Ette Nogle Does the Dougie,” Gallerist NY, December 7
Brienne Walsh, “D’Ette Nogle, Clifton Benevento,” Art in America, October 2012, p.177
Kyle Fitzpatrick, “Made in L.A.: D’Ette Nogle,” L.A. I’m Yours, May 8
Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah, “Suspended Projection,” Art Review, Issue 37, December, p. 125
Cattelan, Maurizio, et. al., Charley 01, D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, New York
Hoet, Jan and Dieter Roelstraete, Sonsbeek 9, exhibition catalogue, Arnhem, Netherlands: Stichting Sonsbeek, pp 15, 182-185, 301
Shamash, Diane, “Report from Holland: Nature, Faith and Commerce,” Art in America, December, pp 38-41
Otis College of Art and Design, Westchester, CA, January 2012
Chapman University, Orange, CA, March 2001
April 19 – May 24, 2014
Spring standardized testing season is upon us. As many students across the nation are being assessed under new corporatized and computerized testing systems aligned with the Common Core State Standards, Clifton Benevento offers a more traditional more-than-one-choice, fill-in-the-bubbles, take-your-best-guess testing exercise.
On the occasion of her second solo exhibition at Clifton Benevento, D’Ette Nogle embraces the notion of the second-year syndrome or what some may attribute to the statistical occurrence of a regression toward the mean (RTM). Reusing structural elements from her first solo exhibition at the gallery, office partitions are re-installed and their configuration within the gallery remains the same [the content(s) differ(s)], Nogle invites the comparison of the two exhibitions and brings to the forefront the vulnerability of the artist’s practice to the intensified scrutiny, on behalf of others or the artist herself, associated with a second installment. Utilizing these formal restraints, Nogle also addresses the importance placed upon perceived dynamic shifts in an artist’s practice.
In Nogle’s non-scientific testing exercise, test-takers take two brief 10-question tests, Form A and Form B. The test presents visual information, including two tableaus installed within the gallery, and two answer choices: A) true or B) untrue. Upon receiving their results on both forms, the test-taker will determine if they: advanced toward the mean, regressed toward the mean, or maintained a consistent position in relation to the mean. The visual information in Nogle’s test centers on the notion of schadenfreude, or pleasure derived from someone else’s failure or misfortune.
The incorporation of schadenfreude questions the motivation of value judgments on successive attempts and asks whether the projection of failure upon others is grounded in the statistical phenomenon of RTM or a desire within ourselves. The subjectivity involved in responding to the test questions and the subsequent comparison between the test-taker’s responses and the answer key established by a gallery representative provides an opportunity to consider the set conditions that determine the value of art and affect what, by extension, is valued by others.
D’Ette Nogle was born in La Mirada, CA in 1974 and received her MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has been featured in solo exhibitions at Clifton Benevento, Parker Jones, Room Gallery and L.A.C.E (all Los Angeles), and group shows at Romer Young Gallery (San Francisco), Circus and David Salow Gallery (both Los Angeles). Her work was featured in Made in L.A. at The Hammer Museum and Sonsbeek 9 in the Netherlands. She lives and works in Los Angeles.
The exhibition will run from April 19 to May 24, 2014; opening reception is Saturday, April 19 from 5-7pm. The gallery is located at 515 Broadway between Broome and Spring streets, New York; opening hours are 11am-6pm Tuesday through Saturday. For further details, please contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 212.431.6325.
“Regressing to Mean. D’Ette Nogle.” Cura. May 15, 2014.
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Brienne Walsh, “Staving off the Sophomore Slump: D’Ette Nogle at Clifton Benevento.” Art in America online. May 12, 2014.
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Matteo Mottin, “Interview with D’Ette Nogle.” ATP Diary. April 22, 2014.
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Andrew Russeth, “10 Things To Do in New York’s Art World Before April 20.” GalleristNY.com. April 14, 2014.
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