EDUCATION

1993

Bachelor of Sciences degree in Studio Art. cum laude, New York University.

1989-90

Studied Theatre Design/Architecture at the School of Applied Arts. Prague.

with designer Josef Svoboda.

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2003

"Crossing Brooklyn", Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch, NYC

2002

"Banners', Orensanz Foundation, NYC

2001

"Banners", Venice, Italy

2000

"Trajectories", Smack Melion Studios, NYC

"Once Removed", Socrates Sculpture Park. NYC

"Perception Machine II", installatioa Prague, CZ

"Obsessive Drawing", Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, DE

1999

"Intervisatas", Empire-Fulton Landing State Park, NYC

1998

"Here and Now", Sculpture Center, NYC

"Reading Between the Lines", library, Rotunda Gallery, NYC

1997

"Artwork in Public Spaces", National Gallery, Prague, CZ

"Perception Machine", installation, Prague Castle, CZ

"Reunion", Salena Gallery, LIU Brooklyn campus

"Affirm Identity", Kingsborough Community College, NYC

1996

"Six Sculptors", LIU Brooklyn campus

1995

Elga Wimmer Gallery, NYC

Klenova Sculpture Symposium, Kienova, CZ

"Between This and That", Eighth Floor Gallery, NYC

1994

Elga Wimmer Gallery, NYC

"Summer Sculpture Show", Community Gallery, NYC

"Paints, Props, & Process", Castle Gallery, New Rochelle, NY

"Random Access", Ramanne Gallery, NYC

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

2001

Resident, Art Omi International Arts Center, Ghent, NY

2000

Artist in Residence, Smack Melion Studios, NYC

Emerging Artists Fellowships, Socrates Sculpture Park, NYC

1998

Brooklyn Community Access Television video residency

1996

Artslink Collaborative Grant for work with Czech architecture students in Prague, CZ

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Smith, Roberta. "Stretching the Definitions of Outdoor Sculpture". New York Times 28 July 2000: E27

Hlavacek, Ludvik. "Prague 'Public Art' of Thomas Kotik". Atelier

4/1998:3

Cotter, Holland. "Sculpture That Basks in Summer". New York Times

9Aug. 1996:C1

Zimmer William. "Slice of Americana as Seen on Stage". New York

Times 18 Sept. 1994. Westchester ed.: 18.