Justin Rabideau


white rise and blue fall, 2013

Inspired by Pablo Neruda's poem “On the Blue Shore of Silence”, white rise and blue fall explores notions of falling into a memory or dream. "The fact is that until I fall asleep, in some magnetic way I move in the university of the waves...nevertheless, the pulse that rose and fell in its abyss, the cracking of the blue cold, the gradual wearing away of the star, the soft unfolding of a wave" - Pablo Neruda



Justin Rabideau attended The State University of New York at Plattsburgh and the University of Georgia, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Art, Cum Laude and a Masters of Fine Arts with Honors. While in Plattsburgh Justin interned at Franconia Sculpture Park and was employed by the Plattsburgh State University Art Museum from 2002-2003. From 2003-2006, Justin was employed by The University of Georgia as a Gallery Assistant and Instructor. After graduating from the University of Georgia Justin went on to work at the Everson Museum of Art as the Curatorial Assistant and Preparator, the Flagler Museum as the Exhibit Technician, Chisel 3D as the Production Manager and, most recently, the Director for the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University.