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Daniel Terna

Daniel Terna has produced several photographic series and short films and has participated in select group exhibitions at MoMA PS1 (NYC); the International Center of Photography (NYC); Foley Gallery (NYC); Baxter St. at CCNY (NYC); and New Wight Biennial (UCLA). Residencies include UnionDocs and Outpost Artist Resources. Terna has a BA from Bard College and an MFA from ICP-Bard. He codirects 321 Gallery in Brooklyn.


Photograph by Daniel Terna

The Circle Is Now Complete

Winter 2017 | Interviews

On September 30, 2016, Alex Bird joined Jack Hitt onstage at the Institute Library in New Haven, Connecticut, as part of the ongoing series “Amateur Hour,” in which various tinkerers, zealots, and collectors discuss their obsessions. Bird, who lives in Kingston, New York, works to restore cognitive and social skills in survivors of brain injuries. He is ranked as a knight and deacon at the Temple of the Jedi Order, where he has three apprentices. The conversation that follows was recorded live and has been edited for brevity and meaning.