Born in New York City 1978.
Currently Lives and works in NYC
2014 MFA, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.
2001 BFA, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.
Ardor-Armor-Armoire, Bahamas Biennale, Detroit, MI.
STUDIO MIST, Bank Projects, St. Louis, MO.
STUDIO MASTER, Bahamas Biennale, Milwaukee, WI.
WIZARD PORCH and GARDEN, Lawrence Arts Center's Project Space, Lawrence, KS
WIZARD LUNCHEON, Art and Design Gallery, campus of the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.
WIZARD NINGXT, Dot Dot Dot Artspace, Lawrence, KS.
TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
MAZEMAN, Bahamas Biennale, Mukwonago WI, With Annabelle Arlie, curated by Sean Blott.
OUT OF THE FRYING PAN AND INTO THE FIRE, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO. With Lee Piechocki.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
HAPPY HOUR, ArtHelix, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Arnold Kemp and Jackie Klempay.
#BemisPainters, 1982-2015, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE.
WRONG’S WHAT I DO BEST, San Francisco Art Institute. Curated by Hesse McGraw and Aaron Spangler.
SPECTRA, Panoply Performance Laboratory, Brooklyn NY. Curated by Timothy Amundson.
MFA THESIS EXHIBITION, Virginia Commonwealth University, Depot Building.
MUMMIES ARE SITTING DUCKS, Cider Gallery, Lawrence, KS. Curated by Michael Krueger.
PAINTING AND SCULPTURE, Carrie Rowland Gallery, Richmond, VA.
EMERGE, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA.
I FEEL SO OPTIMISTIC I CAN HARDLY STAND IT, MFA candidacy exhibition, Richmond, VA.
WISH YOU WERE HERE, Roodkapje ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands. Curated by Nicola Kirkaldy.
KANSAS CITY FLATFILE, H&R Block Artspace of KCAI, Kansas City, MO.
CONGRATS, 911 Studios, Kansas City, MO. Curated by Sean Blott and Mitch Kirkwood.
XOXO, Spray Booth Gallery, Kansas CIty, MO.
I AIM TOO HIGH, Dolphin Gallery, Kansas City, MO. Curated by John O'Brien and David Collins
HERE, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art Museum, (PAFA), curated by Julien Robson
60 SECOND TAKE, KCAI H&R Block Artspace, Kansas City, MO.
DINING ROOM PROJECT, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
HOPEY CHANGEY THINGS, Bemis Center For Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE. Curated by Hesse McGraw.
KANSAS CITY FLATFILE EXHIBITION 2010, KCAI H&R Block Artspace, Kansas City, MO.
SOMEWHERE, Dolphin Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
CUMULUS, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO. Curated by Julia Cole.
INVITATIONAL SHOW, Hub-Bub Showroom Gallery, Spartanburg, SC.
STIR-FRY MASTER, Carey Rowland Gallery, Richmond, VA.
THREE POEMS, The Speakeasy, Esquina Gallery, Kansas City, MO. Curated by Andrew Erdrich and Sean Starowitz.
3 POEMS, CATA (Center for the Advancement of Transmodern Awareness), Kansas City, MO.
STIR-FRY WIZARD, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha NE.
WIZARD STIR-FRY HOUSE -- WITH SPEECH, Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
THE NEW WORLD ORDER AND THE ZOO MOUNTAIN, KCAI Spring Formal Journal Launch Party, La Esquina Artspace, Kansas City, MO.
SPRING BREAK PARTY POEMS / MINIMALISM POEM , Wonder Fair Art Gallery, Lawrence, KS.
HOUSE POEM, Bathtub Writers Collective reading, DotDotDot Artspace, Lawrence, KS.
ATHEISTIC POEM / IDEA OF DISCONNECTS, Bathtub Writers Collective reading, Henry's Upstairs, Lawrence, KS.
RESIDENCIES / AWARDS
2015, Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY. Residency
2014, Thesis Dissertation Award, Virginia Commonwealth University
2012, Pequignot Palace, Bethany MO. Residency
2011, Bemis center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha NE. Residency
2011, Lawrence Arts Center, project based residency, Lawrence, KS.
2010, Andy Warhol Rocket Grant recipient
2009-10, Kansas City's Charlotte Street Foundation, Urban Culture Project, residency
Cupcakes in Regalia, blog, Blair Schulman, "Audience and Installation Energy Meet, Congratulations are in Order", May 2.
New American Paintings #102
Kansas City Star, Dana Self, "Artists Take on the Art World", February 10.
New American Paintings #90
Rathaus Art Projects, blog, "Aaron Storck's Wizard Ningxt", November 9.
Lawrence.Com, Gavon Laessig, interview, "World of Warlock: the Magic, Trash and Trannies of Artist Aaron Storck", November 3.
The Lawrence Journal World, Terry Rombeck, "KU Projects Reflect Collaborative Interest In Arts and Sciences", September 14.
The Lawrence Journal World, Terry Rombeck "Sowing Seeds, The Fresh Produce Art Collective", July 14.
Time Out Chicago, Alicia Eler, "Yes, I Kansas", September 6.