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Selected Exhibitions, Screenings and Public Art Events

2018
Pool Party II, Microscope Gallery | Group screening curated by Elle Burchill | Brooklyn, NY
Works on Water, House 5B | Group show curated by Underwater NY | Governors Island, NYC
Green, Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, University of Copenhagen | Group show | Copenhagen, Denmark
Another Experiment by Women Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives | Group screening curated by Lili White | NYC
aDifferent Film Festival | Group screening curated by Janelle VanderKelen and Takahiro Suzuki | Milwaukee, WI
animateCologne 5 | Group screening curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne | Cologne, Germany

2017
Bio-creation and Peace, ISEA | Group show curated by Walter Castaneda + Sergio Sierra | Manizales, Colombia
Sex Work: Feminist Art + Radical Politics, Frieze London, group show, historical survey 45 Years of AIR Gallery | London, UK
Vagabond Time Killers, Maxon Mills, | Group Show curated by Eve Biddle, Bowie Zunino + Jeff Barnett-Winsby | Wassaic NY
Film-makers’ Coop at Next to Nothing Gallery | Group show curated by Mary Billyou |  NYC

2016
Underwater NY, Recess Art | Group show curated by Nicole Haroutunian for Marie Lorenz’s Flow Pool |  NYC
Appetite for Destruction, Maxon Mills  | Group Show curated by Eve Biddle, Bowie Zunino and Jeff Barnett-Winsby | Wassaic, NY
Push Comes to Shove, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art | Group show curated by Sara Cochran | Scottsdale, AZ

2015
Fish Stories Community Cookbook created with Rachel Stevens, commissioned by Paths to Pier 42: Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, LES Ecology Center, and the Hester Street Collaborative | NYC
Happenland, Radiator Gallery | Group show curated by Eva Davidova and Almudena Baeza Medina |  NYC
Embodied Mapping movement research | Supported by iLand + the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council |  NYC
Mar Sea Sol movement research, Orchard Beach | collaboration w/ Grisha Coleman + Estrella Payton, produced by iLand |  NYC

2014
Locations ISEA |  pop-up gallery in a traditional wind-tower building in the Al Fahidi Historic District | Dubai, UAE
Billion Oyster Project | with the NYC Harbor School | NYC
The Last Brucennial | Group show curated by the Bruce High Quality Foundation | NYC
Meat Cleavers and Screen Savers for the New Age, Kunsthalle Gallery, Galapagos Art Space | curated by Jody Wood |  NYC

2013
Now Filmambiente International Environmental Film Festival | Rio de Janeiro, BR
Open Studios, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space |  NYC
Green Screens, The Film Society of Lincoln Center | NYC
Terrestrial Transmissions at the University of Virginia’s Ruffin Gallery | Group show curated by Lydia Moyer | Charlottesville, VA

2012
– Scope Art Fair Miami | Pyrite, AR game made with Mitch Miller included as special project |  Miami, FL
ISEA2012 Machine Wilderness |  Albuquerque, NM
i-Docs Interactive Documentary Symposium |   Bristol, UK
– Scope Art Fair NYC | Special Project Pyrite |  NYC

2011
Cool Stories II, Shelia C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons The New School |  NYC
– Scope Art Fair Miami | Special Project Pyrite |  Miami, FL
MobilityShifts | The New School |   NYC
Cool Stories II | Big Screen Plaza on 6th Ave. | Group screening (daily for a week) |  NYC
Sea Worthy | Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts curated by Dylan Gauthier |  NYC
Permutations | Gray Area Foundation for the Arts | San Francisco, CA
Cinema Planeta Environmental Film Festival |  Mexico City, MX
Force Majeure | College Art Association, NYC | online screening of my video profile of Helen + Newton Harrison |  CAA online

2010
(Re-) Cycles of Paradise | Mexico City, MX
Degrees of Separation  | Playa Del Carmen, MX
Empire | Conversions Gallery | NYC
SyFy LowFy | Scope Art Fair curated by Zach Layton |  NYC

2009
Living and Dreaming, Artist in the Marketplace, Bronx Museum of the Arts | group show curated by Micaela Giovannotti | Bronx, NY
Cool Stories II | City Hall Square | Copenhagen, DK
Cool Stories I | Museo Valenciano de la Illustracion y la Modernidad |  Valencia, ES
Meredith Drum Solo Screening | ISSUE Project Room curated by Suzanne Fiol |  Brooklyn, NY
ArtPort MakingWaves| Focus 09 Voltahalle |  Basel, CH
New On | Floating Galleries | included Aurelia | Brooklyn, NY
Short Shorts | Galapagos Art Space, curated by Erika Yeomans |  Brooklyn, NY

2008
AIR History Show | Tracey/Barry Gallery, New York University | In Residence: A History of A.I.R. Gallery |  NYC
Night Air | A.I.R. Gallery, curated by Lili White |  NYC
MT Picks | Monkey Town curated by Montgomery Knott | Brooklyn, NY
A.I.R. History Gallery Gala | Puck Building | included In Residence: A History of A.I.R. Gallery |  NYC

2006-07
Dance on Video | Monkey Town, curated by Felicia Ballos |  Brooklyn, NY
MT Picks | Monkey Town, curated by Montgomery Knott | Brooklyn, NY
Apparitions | Participant, Inc., curated by Bradley Eros | NYC
MT Picks | Monkey Town, curated by Montgomery Knott | Brooklyn, NY
New Directions | Anthology Film Archive | Group screening | NYC
Opens Here | Ocularis Cinema at Galapagos Art Space | Group screening curated by Marie Lozier | Brooklyn, NY

Residencies and Fellowships

– 2018 | Atlantic Center for the Arts | three-week live-work residency | May-June | New Symrna Beach, FL
– 2018 | ChaNorth | four-week live-work residency | July | Pine Plains, NY
– 2018 | Underwater New York and Works on Water | two-week studio space | August | Governors Island, NYC
– 2017 | Virginia Center for Creative Arts | two-week live-work residency | June | Amherst, VA
– 2015 | Lower Manhattan Cultural Council + Pier 42 | studio space at 100 Wall Street | May-August | NYC
– 2015 | iLanding Residency with Lower Manhattan Cultural Council | May-August | NYC
– 2014 | Wassaic Artist Residency, two-month live-work | June and July | Wassaic, NY
– 2013 | Lower Manhattan Cultural Council| Swing Space Residency, Governor’s Island | Mar-July | NYC
– 2010-2011 | HASTAC Scholar (online fellowship) | digital humanities initiative, Duke University
– 2010 | ISSUE Project Room | Artist in Residence | Brooklyn, NY
– 2009 | Bronx Museum of the Arts | Artist in the Marketplace Residency | Bronx, NY
– 2009 | Robert Flaherty Film Seminar | Student Fellowship | Colgate University, NY

Grants

– 2015 | Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for Fish Stories Community Cookbook, collaboration with Rachel Stevens | $10,000
– 2015 | iLand (Interdisciplinary Lab for Art, Nature and Land) for Embodied Mapping | $1000 each
– 2012 | Wave Farm Distribution Grant for Louisiana Re-storied (a NYS Council on the Arts re-grant) | $2,250
– 2010 | University of California Institute for Research in the Arts Planning Grant | $750
– 2010 | ISSUE Project Room, Emerging Artist Commission | $1,000
– 2008 | Experimental Television Center, Finishing Funds Grant for The Double | $2,000

Selected Paper Presentations + Artist Talks

– 2018 | Livingroom Light Exchange | Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Sarah Burke, Nupur Mathur and Moreshin Allahyari.
– 2018 | L.A.S.E.R. series | University of San Francisco, CA, sponsored by Leonardo/ISAST, curated by Piero Scaruffi.
– 2018 | Green, “Society for Literature, Science and the Arts” | University of Copenhagen.
– 2018 | Intersections, “International Symposium of Electronic Arts” | June | Durban Institute of Technology, Durban, South Africa.
– 2017 | Bio-Creation ands Peace “International Symposium on Electronic Art” | Universidad de Caldes, Manizales, Colombia.
– 2014 | Locations International Symposium on Electronic Art | Zayed University, Dubai, UAE.
– 2014 | Bodies in Between: Corporeality + Visuality from Historical Avant-garde to Social Media | Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania
– 2013 | iDMAa International Digital Media and Arts Association Conference | Laguna College of Art and Design, CA
– 2013 | PHATT-B | Panel Chair; panelists – Teri Rueb, Sarah Drury, Mark Skwarek + John Craig Freeman | Pratt Institute NYC
– 2013 | Pratt Manhattan Gallery | artist talk, research and creative work, augmented reality | Pratt Institute NYC
– 2013 | University of Maryland, Digital Cultures + Creativity Honors College | artist talk | Maryland
– 2013 | New Media Caucus during CAA Conference | lightening talk about AR | Feb. 15 | NYC
– 2013 | University of Virginia, Ruffin Gallery | artist talk regarding The Double | Charlottesville, VA
– 2012 | Machine Wilderness “International Symposium of Electronic Arts” | artist talk Oyster City | Albuquerque, NM
– 2012 | Mobility Shifts International Future of Learning Summit | artist talk Oyster City | NYC

Published Scholarly Articles

– 2013 | “Place-based, Somatic Augmented Reality as Critical Practice” | AR(t) Magazine. Web.
– 2013 | “Somatic Shifts: Augmented Reality and the Corporal Body” | Media-N Journal. V9.

Invitational Participation in Benefits

– 2017 | Filmmakers Coop Summer Benefit, invited by Mary Billyou, August 2017
– 2017 | Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Spring Benefit, invited by Kay Takeda, May 2017
– 2017 | Wassaic Project Spring Benefit, invited by Eve Biddle, February 2017
– 2016 | Wassaic Project Spring Benefit, invited by Eve Biddle, February 2016

Selected Press, Interviews and Discussions in Academic Texts

– 2018 Barbara Brown Wilson. Resilience for All: Striving for Equity Through Community-Driven Design. Island Press. | Discussion of Paths to Pier 42 including Fish Stories Community Cookbook (collaboration with Rachel Stevens). Print.
– 2017 Gu, Yan. “Interviews with Feminist Experimental Filmmakers.” | Published online by Irene Lusztig and Julie Wyman.
– 2015 Yip, Jennifer. “Interview with 2015 Paths to Pier 42 Artists-in-Residence Meredith Drum and Rachel Stevens.
– 2015 | Miguel Aguando, Juan. Emerging Perspectives on the Mobile Content Evolution IGI Global.  Print.
– 2014 | Lester, Paul. Digital Innovations for Mass Communications: Engaging the Users. Routledge | Discussion of Oyster City. Print.
– 2013 | Moyer, Lyda. “Terrestrial Transmissions: Notes from a curator.” in At Length
– 2013 | burrough, xtine. Foundations of Digital Art and Design. New Riders/Peachpit Press | inclusion of Oyster City. Print.
– 2013 | “Interview with Meredith Drum” | Stigmart VIDEOFocus. Online.
– 2012 | Machine Wilderness ISEA 2012 catalog | inclusion of Desert Oyster. Print.
– 2009, July 9 | Johnson, Ken. Arts Section, New York Times. | review of AIM 29 at the Bronx Museum of the Arts; Johnson’s review favored my video The Double. Print and online.

Published Creative Writing

– 2002 | “Asha” (short story) in Pierogi Press, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
– 2001 | “On the Ramparts” (short play) in Insurance Magazine, NYC
– 2000 | “Hands”, “Hotel Delano”, “The Mattress”, + “Civic Remedy Almanac” (poems) selected by Guest Editor Paul Muldoon | Ploughshares, Boston, MA

Curatorial Experience

– 2017 | Electric Breath | Emerge 2017. Included work by Katie Torn, Claudia Hart, Marina Zurkow, Eva Davidova | Tempe, AZ
– 2017 | Nasty Women Phoenix exhibition and Planned Parenthood Arizona benefit, Grand ArtHaus, Phoenix, AZ
– 2010-2011 | Wednesday Night Cinema Society co-programmed w/ Associate Professor Irene Gustafson, screening series, UC Santa Cruz.
– 2010 | Hurricane Season co-programmed w/ Rachel Stevens, ISSUE Project Room.
– 2009 | On the Contrary: Recent Artists’ Videos Concerning War in the Middle East, co-programmer w/ Mary Billyou, SCOPE NYC.
– 2009 | Women’s Experimental Cinema, co-programmer w/ Suzanne Fiol, Marie Losier + Rebecca Cleman, ISSUE Project Room.
– 2007 | Material Matter: American Abstract Artists Annual Show, co-curator with Kat Griefen, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
– 2007 | Curator / Producer, The First Annual Bronx Youth Film Festival, Crotona Park, Bronx, NY.

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