stephanie smith  
CV


education


Bachelor of Art, Practice of Art (Honors) and Psychology, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, California 


EXHIBITION RECORD

 

 

 

2016
Collective Consciousness, The Compound Gallery, Oakland, California
Laserbeam! Technomania!, The Compound Gallery, Oakland, California

2015
Bay Area Digitalists, Root Division, San Francisco, California
Artist-in-Residence Show, Autodesk, San Francisco, California

2014
No Museum’s Pop up Shop, ASC Projects, San Francisco, California
West Coast Craft, San Francisco, California
Degeneration/Regeneration, Loakal, Oakland, California (two person exhibition)
Endograft, Interface Gallery, Oakland, California (solo exhibition)

2013
Live/Work
, ASC Projects, San Francisco, California
Route 50, West Coast Craft, San Francisco, California
Project 387 Open House, Project 387 Residency, Gualala, California
Sculpture in the Garden, Ruth Bancroft Garden, Walnut Creek, California
Process Portrait, Firehouse Collective, Berkeley, California

2012
Winter Salon, Local 123, Berkeley, California. Curated by Alex Case
Yerba Buena Night, Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco, California
Yield: (v), Headquarters Gallery, Berkeley, California

2011
So Low Show, 
Honors Studio Show, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, California
Untitled (ladder), public intervention sculpture, Kroeber Hall, Berkeley, California

2010
Insides
, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, California
First Lessons in Manners, Headquarters Gallery, Berkeley, California

2009
THE DECOYHYBRID
, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, California
Ceci n’est pas la sculpture, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, California


HONORS / RESIDENCIES /AWARDS

 

2015-16
Prequalified Artist Pool, San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco, California 

2015
Artist in Residence / Commission, Facebook, Menlo Park, California

2014-15
Artist in Residence, Autodesk, San Francisco, California

2013-14
Prequalified Artist Pool, San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco, California 

2013
Artist in Residence, Project 387, Mendecino, California

2011
Honors Studio, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California


Press

 

Brownell, Blaine. “Digifab Update: Architectural Applications for 3D Printing." Architect Magazine (online), February 13, 2015.  bit.ly/1HEVezL

Ed. “This Week in Research: Gaudí on Ice, Light-Shifting Façades, and a 3D-Printed Ceiling.” Architect Magazine (online), January 30, 2015. bit.ly/1PBBLky

Thimmesch, Debra. “3D Printed Lighting Installation Evokes the Ocean in California Home.” 3d Print (online), January 25, 2015.  bit.ly/1Oq2X8E

Matisons, Michelle. “3D Printed Tree Fractals Featured in Microscape Project.” 3D Print.com (online), January 8, 2015.  bit.ly/1Oq2Zxh

Luimstra, Jelmer. “Art and Architecture: Entirely 3D Printed Large Wall.” 3D Printing.com (online), May 23, 2014.  bit.ly/1me30Ub

Ehmann, S., R. Klanten, D. Verbruggen/Unfold, and D. Verbruggen, eds. Printing Things: Visions and Essentials for 3D Printing. New York: Gestalten, 2014.

van Uffelen, Chris. Extreme Minimalism. Salenstein, Switzerland: Braun Publishing, 2014.

Chavez, Evan. Smith|Allen’s Latest 3D Printing Installation ‘Endograft’ Shifts the Experience of a Wall.” 3D Printing Industry (online), May 22, 2014.  bit.ly/1bFlWLe

Scarborough, James. “Preview: “Degeneration/Regeneration” by Scott Greenwalt and Smith|Allen.” Hi-Fructose Magazine (online), May 2, 2014. bit.ly/1DLbUy9

Ed. “Previews: Scott Greenwalt & Smith|Allen – “Degeneration / Regeneration” at Loakal Art Gallery,” Arrested Motion (online), April 28, 2014.  bit.ly/1Oq3uaT

Ed. “‘Endograft’ is a 3D printed architectural wall comprised of 222 custom pieces.” 3ders.org (online), May 22, 2014. bit.ly/1toWuNm

Moreno, Shonquis. “Build by Number.” Architect Magazine (online), December 1, 2013. bit.ly/1delGTT

Mohammadi, Goli. “3D Printing in a Redwood Forest.” Make (online), October 5, 2013. bit.ly/1DLcj3N

Ed. “world’s first 3d-printed architecture by smith allen studio.” ItsLiquid (online), September 26, 2013.  bit.ly/1Oq3NCh

Ed. “Echoviren / Smith|Allen and the Fascinating Lights.” Inhale Magazine (online), September 25 2013.  bit.ly/1z5GcA8

Ed. “Exploring Echoviren, the First-Ever 3D-Printed Architecture.” Curbed (online), September 16, 2013.  bit.ly/1DLcMCW

Czeck, Jessica. “ Smith Allen Studio Introduces 3D Printed Architecure to the World.” Visual News (online), September 15, 2013. bit.ly/1PBCW3s

Firshein, Sarah. “Exploring Echnoviren, the First-Ever 3D-Printed Architecture.” Curbed (online), September 16, 2013.  bit.ly/1Dx1we9

Derringer, Jaime. “World’s First 3-D Printed Architecture by Smith Allen Studio.” Design Milk (online), September 9, 2013.  bit.ly/1JFjP4s

Brownell, Blaine. “ The First Full-Scale 3D-Printed Architectural Installation.” Architect Magazine (online), September 3, 2013.  bit.ly/1z5GsPF

Hutching, Emma. “Biodegradable Building Dissolves Into Earth Over Time.” PSFK (online), August 30, 2013. bit.ly/1DLcAnh

Sterling, Bruce. “Beyond the beyond: Echoviren.” Wired (online), August 28, 2013. wrd.cm/1HEX6bM

Sharma, Rakesh. “The World’s Largest 3D Printed Art Installation.” Forbes (online), August 27, 2013.  onforb.es/1EDdgBT

Ed. “echoviren pavilion: the world’s first 3D printed architecture.” Design Boom (online), August 27, 2013.  bit.ly/1GvnzYQ

Buczynski, Beth. “3D-Printed Pavilion Will Slowly Meld With Forest Surroundings.” Earth Techling (online), August 27, 2013. bit.ly/1b1SPAu

Alter, Lloyd. “Smith|Allen create “the world’s first 3D printed, full-scale architectural installation.” Treehugger (online), August 27, 2013. bit.ly/1GtLNA1

Ed. “Echoviren / Smith | Allen.” ArchDaily (online), August 26, 2013.  bit.ly/1HErnpr

Lecher, Colin. “What It Takes To 3-D Print a Building.” PopSci (online), August 26, 2013.  bit.ly/1Oq4BXT

Ed. “Echoviren / Smith | Allen.” ArchDaily (online), August 25, 2013.  bit.ly/1HErnpr

Ed. “Artists complete Echoviren, ‘world’s first 3D printed architectural structure.’” 3ders.org, August 23, 2013. bit.ly/1DLcUCu

Staedter, Tracy. “Tasty Tech Eye Candy of the Week.” Discover News (online), August 23, 2013.  bit.ly/1IXA9xu

Faires, Marcus. “California duo create ‘world’s first 3D-printed architecture.” Dezeen (online), August 21, 2013. bit.ly/1qpDG1M

Grozdanic, Lidija. “Echoviren: World’s First 3D Printed Architectural Structure Built in California.” Inhabitat (online), August 21, 2013. bit.ly/1IXAsse

Ed. “Echoviren: A 3D Printed Architectural Structure in a Redwood Forest.” 3D Printing Insider (online), August 9, 2013.  bit.ly/1Dntace

Ed. Artists building large 3D printed sculpture in redwood forest.” 3Ders.org (online), August 9, 2013.  bit.ly/1JFktPy

Park, Rachel. “Echoviren -- A 2D Pinted Sculpture of Size, Style & Natural Substance.” 3D Printing Industry (online), August 9,2013.  bit.ly/1HEYxqw

Fancher, Lou. “Balancing the dainty and the weighty: Ruth Bancroft Garden sculptures in all forms, all surroundings.” Contra Costa Times (online), June 5, 2013. bayareane.ws/1bsvmJu

Ed. “Best of SF: Tech.” 7x7 Magazine, Issue 115, June 2013, pg 58.

Gonzalez, Andres. “Art meets 3D printing.” Rhino (online), May 7, 2013. bit.ly/1Khh627

Bonomi Sarah. “Art meets 3D Printing.” Type A Machines (online), May 1, 2013.  bit.ly/1bsvpFc

Bigman, Alex. “Process Portrait.” The East Bay Express, February 20, 2013.

Capps, Jeff. “Firehouse North Gallery: Process Portrait Exhibition.” The Daily  Californian (online), February 11, 2013. bit.ly/1HEYTNX

Kiyoizumi, A.J. “Artists look at creative process at Firehouse North Gallery group show.” The Daily Californian (online), February 11, 2013.  bit.ly/1GtM59V

Felix Sun, Matthew. “’So Low Show’ at Worth Ryder Gallery, UC Berkeley.” Art-Kunst (online), December 3, 2011. bit.ly/1DqSvlw

Champlin, Molly. “So Low Show.” Connect the Dots Zine, December 2011.


CURATION


2013
Punch Card, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, California. Co-curated with Catharine Clark and Juliann Crisp

2012 
Process Portrait, Firehouse Collective, Berkeley, California

2011
Yield: (v), Headquarters Gallery, Berkeley, California. Co-curated with Lisa O’Reilly

2010
So Low Show, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, California

2008
Ceci n’est pas la sculpture, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, California. Co-curated with Daniel Nevers