Surface is a group exhibition opening in Mana BSMT’s new 3,000 square foot gallery. It will feature work by five Mana BSMT Residents who work primarily as GIF artists: Matthias Brown (Traceloops), Sam Cannon, Julian Glander, Thoka Maer, and Hayden Zezula (Zolloc). Until now, their artwork has been created for and seen on screens, and shared across social platforms. This exhibition is their first exploration into creating work that can only be experienced in a physical space: sculpture, installation, performance, and gaming. By eliminating screens and creating site-specific experiences, this exhibition will illustrate a collective surfacing from the digital to the physical realm.

Surface is a group exhibition opening in Mana BSMT’s new 3,000 square foot gallery. It will feature work by five Mana BSMT Residents who work primarily as GIF artists: Matthias Brown (Traceloops), Sam Cannon, Julian Glander, Thoka Maer, and Hayden Zezula (Zolloc). Until now, their artwork has been created for and seen on screens, and shared across social platforms. This exhibition is their first exploration into creating work that can only be experienced in a physical space: sculpture, installation, performance, and gaming. By eliminating screens and creating site-specific experiences, this exhibition will illustrate a collective surfacing from the digital to the physical realm.


 
Sam Cannon featured as one of seven photographers at work on Election Day 2016, capturing images from different vantage points across America as the election took a course few expected. 

Sam Cannon featured as one of seven photographers at work on Election Day 2016, capturing images from different vantage points across America as the election took a course few expected. 


 
Culture Beat Episode 7: In Jersey City, we check in with filmmaker Sam Cannon, who uses still images, video, and other technologies to redefine assumptions of time, space and the human body, questioning the way we display and observe images of ourselves in the digital age. 

Culture Beat Episode 7: In Jersey City, we check in with filmmaker Sam Cannon, who uses still images, video, and other technologies to redefine assumptions of time, space and the human body, questioning the way we display and observe images of ourselves in the digital age. 


 
Sam Cannon featured in LIFEFORCE Exhibition at The Untited Space in NY

Sam Cannon featured in LIFEFORCE Exhibition at The Untited Space in NY


 
Exhibited work in Glory Hole at SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2016

Exhibited work in Glory Hole at SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2016


 
Sam Cannon featured on It's Nice That

Sam Cannon featured on It's Nice That


Cannon featured on CNBC broadcast and online 

Cannon featured on CNBC broadcast and online 


Writeup on Slate's photoblog, Behold 

Writeup on Slate's photoblog, Behold 


Collaboration with Free People featuring Martha Hunt 

Collaboration with Free People featuring Martha Hunt 


 
Scaring people on Culture Pop

Scaring people on Culture Pop


 
Work with L'Oreal Paris featured in AdWeek

Work with L'Oreal Paris featured in AdWeek


 

 
Feature on Yahoo! Style

Feature on Yahoo! Style


 
Sam Cannon named on of the top Photographers to Watch in 2014 by Tumblr 

Sam Cannon named on of the top Photographers to Watch in 2014 by Tumblr