• Luna Fete 2018 collaboration with David Sullivan

    David and I were honored to be one of several groups of local artists asked to create unique projections for LUNA FETE 2018’s Gallier Hall site. Four groups were each given a season to loosely interpret, and we had Winter. Take a look at the projection documentation here.  

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  • Dreamcatchers at the Louisiana Art and Science Museum, March 2018

    Dreamcatchers at the Louisiana Art and Science Museum, March 2018

    “Egan’s digital blooms recall the long tradition of botanical art, or art that relates to plants….artists such as Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840) illustrated all aspects of a plant’s form, from seedling to bud and bloom, not only to produce an aesthetic rendering but also a scientific record. Egan, by contrast, manipulates digital images of plant life in order to question how technology alters perceptions of the natural world.” – Elizabeth Weinstein

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  • Sleepwalkers at NAPA Lighted Festival, 2017

    Sleepwalkers at NAPA Lighted Festival, 2017

    Sleepwalkers graced the side of the Historic Napa Mill at the first Napa Lighted Festival, 2017

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  • “Between Nature and Technology” at Marin Art and Garden Center, 2017

    “Between Nature and Technology” at Marin Art and Garden Center, 2017

    New Orleans artists explore human impact on nature

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  • GIF of “Scintilla”

    GIF of “Scintilla”

    Playing with GIFs as show documentation Arthur Roger Gallery, Dec 2015-Feb 2016 http://arthurrogergallery.com/exhibition/courtney-egan-4/

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  • interview by Alex Kershaw

    interview by Alex Kershaw

    Alex Kershaw is an artist working toward an M.A. in art in Scotland, who contacted me for an interview as a part of  their degree requirements.  Wow!  A kindred spirit and a thorough documentation of the study and thought processes can be found at this site: https://alexkershawmajournal.wordpress.com/ Alex’s interview of me is found here, and an interview with another New Orleans artist, Michel Varisco! Thank you Alex! Your online journal is a great resource and your work is beautiful.

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  • “Sea of Common Catastrophe”

    “Sea of Common Catastrophe”

    ArtSpot Productions presented Jeff Becker’s “Sea of Common Catastrophe,” in Brooklyn at the Irondale this past summer of 2018.  I had the honor of making projections for the show with artist and animator Lucien Levi. This iteration was at Catapult, 609 Saint Ferdinand Street, New Orleans, LA. Full show coming soon. Photo credit: Melissa Cardona

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  • “Between Nature and Technology” at Sonoma Museum of Art in CA

    “Between Nature and Technology” at Sonoma Museum of Art in CA

    My husband David Sullivan and I in a show together! Curated by Flynn O’Brien. Sonoma Museum of Art December 2015 – March 2016

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