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This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (July 2010) Michael Jones McKean is an American artist. He is known primarily for his large-scale sculptural installations dealing with issues of narration, complexity, representation, materiality and failure. Biography Michael Jones McKean was born on Chuuk Island (formally Truk Island) in Micronesia on March 2, 1976. McKean’s family moved to the United States in the late 1970s settling in Arden, Delaware. McKean attended Marywood University, a small liberal arts college in Scranton, Pennsylvania where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2000. Two years later he received his Master of Fine Arts from Alfred University in Western New York State. McKean was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2010. McKean has also been awarded grants and residencies from the Nancy Graves Foundation, the Artadia Foundation, the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, the International Studio and Curatorial Program, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, the Archie Bray Foundation and The Core Program at the Glassell School/Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Since 2006 he has been an Assistant Professor in the Sculpture and Extended Media Department at Virginia Commonwealth University. McKean’s work is represented by Horton Gallery in New York City and Gentili Apri in Berlin, Germany. References Perrin Drumm, “Channeling Joseph Cornell,”, January 13, 2010. Eric Zimmerman, Interview: “The Historian and the Astronomer.” might be good, issue #98. Matthew Edgeworth, “In Conversation,” interview for the wake the saint the sound the branch, Project Gentili, Prato, Italy. Stacy Switzer, “The Object in the Limit,” catalog essay for Michael Jones McKean: Selected Projects 2003-2008. Michelle White, “Metanarratives and Marginalia: Michael Jones McKean’s Quixotic Compilation,” Art Papers, July/August 2007, page 34-39. Lerri Bolognesi, the wake the saint the sound the branch, Video Interview,, Italy, March 3, 2008. Karen Rosenberg, “Michael Jones McKean, The Discipline of Astronomy and Wind,” New York Times, September 28, 2007. Christopher Cook, Dissolving Logic in H2O, Exhibition Interview for The Possibility of Men and the River Shallows, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX, 6-13. Bill Davenport, “The Possibility of Men and the River Shallows,” GlassTire: Texas Art Online, February 2007. Alison de Lima Greene, Exhibition Essay, Riverboat Lovesongs for the Ghost Whale Regatta, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellows Page the wake the saint the sound the branch, text: Matthew Edgeworth, Stephen Lichty, images: Jacopo Menzani, published 2008, ISSN 1973-2163 Michael Jones McKean: Selected Projects 2003-2008, forward by Brian Gillis, essay by Stacy Switzer, ISBN 978-1-60585-702-2 External links Horton Gallery - artist page Gentili Apri - artist page Virginia Commonwealth University, Sculpture and Extended Media faculty page Persondata Name Mackean, Michael Jones Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1976 Place of birth Date of death Place of death