|2011 Burnaway Review The Way Things Work ATHICA
2010 Burnaway ARTSpeak: Episode #3 Atlanta Celebrates Photography
2010 Twin Kittens Gallery Atlanta
VanderKaay envisions an altered frame of reference for the viewer-
where the billboard affirmations appear monumental. Messages From Invisible Sources
2010 Artist-in-Residence at the Joshua Tree Highlands House.
2010 Snug Harbor Cultural Center Staten Island An exhibition exploring
the use of delusional optimism and senselessness to sustain hope. HOPE-A-HOLIC
2009 (t)here magazine A platform for artists of all backgrounds to come together in one city. (t)here magazine
Art Gallery New Orleans VanderKaay developed a color-coded map system to duplicate specific contours. The result is an ongoing series focused on surfaces used for urban signature and expression. Play 1 minute quicktime video (800 KB)
2007 Artist-in-Residence at the Bemis Center For Contemporary Arts. Listen to a podcast interview from the Bemis Center with Cody.
2007 McNeese National Works On Paper Exhibition Award Recipient "Anyone who knows us would know that humor is a good way to get our attention. In what may be the most straight forward piece in the show, Cody adds lettering to a small brown bag to announce – I Like Nice Things." -Anne Wilkes Tucker
2006 New American Paintings "I’m not altogether sure that modernism has simply gone away or been put on the art historical shelf. The itch behind my current uncertainty stems in particular from an installation, A Temporary Space Alteration. He explores spatial perception via drawing and by paring the medium to its essentials, offering an esthetic experience that is detached and utterly self-sufficient." -Carl Belz
2005 Art Papers "Mailbox series is a post-studio investigation into drawing as a document and product of itself. The resulting pieces are hauntingly poetic variations on a grid that evoke a private world were the drawings' process is only partially accessible to the viewer." -Susan Richmond
White Columns New York
Curated Artist Registry
Artists Space New York
Irving Sandler Artist File
The Drawing Center New York
Viewing Program Artists Registry
Untitled (Tendency and Distinction) 2012
acrylic, enamel, latex and oil paint on Cedar, Pine and Poplar wood
50” x 3" x 23"