Ten artists who have participated in residencies at BoxoPROJECTS over the past ten years are featured in Boxo10x10, a 10th anniversary exhibition and celebration of exploring contemporary art at the new frontier. The exhibition and public programs run from November 19 through December 31, 2022.

The 10-year milestone offers a moment to reflect, celebrate, and look ahead. The residency, which launched in 2012 with Gosia Wlodarczak’s Frost Drawing for Joshua Tree, provides artists with an inspirational space outside their everyday context as well as a welcoming local community of fellow artists, subject experts, and independent thinkers. It offers an immersive experience to deepen knowledge about the area, encourages cultural exchange in the Joshua Tree and wider Morongo Basin communities, and provides a platform for public programs that share insights and educate audiences about their own regional, national, and global cultural experiences.

To date, Boxo has hosted and presented forty-six residencies, two visiting artists, one studio artist, fifteen exhibitions, and three editions of the Joshua Treenial.

For Boxo10x10, artists Eli Hirtle, Heather L. Johnson, and Jim Toia return to Joshua Tree to create installations that advance their residency projects. Kelly Berg and Ben Cuevas will present work updated or completed since their time on site, while Megan Evans, William Lamson, and Ana Sanchez-Colberg reprise aspects of their projects from afar. Caroline Partamian and Ethan Primason, who settled in the area following their residency, will produce a sound installation and performance at the Integratron.

Boxo10x10 will be complemented by a series of programs that will take place on site and in the region over the six week period. These will include an artist panel, a community slideshow, lectures and musical performances. This series kicks off with an opening reception and artist panel on Saturday November 19, 2022 followed by sound performances at The Integratron that evening. Mark your calendars, full details will be announced soon.

Though the exhibition reflects our program through the lens of these artists, all past participants have left their traces and are recognized. Several artists from the residency, and the Joshua Treenial, are represented by their long-term installations on the land and all have contributed to the energy and impact of the program. We are very grateful to all past and present participants as well as to the generous supporters who help make the program possible.

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Resident Artists and Visiting Artists

2012
Gosia Wlodarczak
Austin Thomas and Jason Andrew (visiting artists)
Tim Saternow
China Adams
Saul Melman

2013
David Goodman
William Lamson
Steed Taylor
Saul Melman
Heather Johnson
Megan Evans

2014
Biddy Connor
Jennifer Karady
Hermann Niebuhr
Eliza Kentridge

2015
Olivia Parkes
Chris Peters
Hannah Hughes

2016
Angus McCullough
Nicola Ginzel
Antoine Vigne
China Adams
Yassi Mazandi
Amanda Beech

2017
Gosia Wlodarczak
Sofie Elena Hodara
Daniel Kukla
Johanna Wagner

2018
John Plowman
Shawn Skabelund
Constance Old
Benjamin Stanwix

2019
Ben Cuevas
Severín Guelpa
Eli Hirtle
Ana Sanchez-Colberg
Tyler Morgan

2020
Megan Evans
Caroline Partamian and Ethan Primason
Jim Toia
Vesna Pavlovic

2021
Jenny Perlin
Georgia McGovern and Sebastijan Jemec (visiting artists)
Kelly Berg
Barbara Gothard
Paloma Menéndez

2022
Jinny Yu
LJ Roberts (studio artist)
Dylan McLaughlin

Learn more about our past residents HERE.