Delighted to be a part of the Mother Water exhibition dedicated to Mary Beth Edelson

June 08, 2021

I am grateful to Accola Griefen Gallery for including me in their summer 2021 online exhibition Mother Water which is dedicated to the forever-great Mary Beth Edelson (1933-2021). In addition to Edelson (and me), the show also includes terrific work by Sandra Ramos, Nancy Cohen, Alicia Smith, Andrea Chung, Merritt Johnson, Mikayla Patton, and Jane Swavely. My video, Water in the Desert 122F,is pictured in the virtual gallery below. Edelson’s Woman Rising / Sea is below that.

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Monument Public Address System is part of the Teachable Moment exhibition at Stove Works

December 17, 2020

I’m excited that my project, Monument Public Address System, is part of the Teachable Moment exhibit curated by Mike Calway-Fagen at Stove Works in Chattanooga, TN, running from Dec. 18, 2020 until March 27, 2021. There are some excellent people in the show with me including Alejandro Acierto and Rotem Tamir. Thank you Mike Calway-Fagen! https://www.stoveworks.org/exhibitions

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Solo Screening at Microscope

August 28, 2020

I am thrilled to have a solo screening of nine of my videos as part of Microscope Gallery’s event series Aug 31-Sept 3, 2020. Thank you Andrea and Elle. Microscope is the best!!

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Underwater NY Governors Island Un-Earthed

May 20, 2020

Excited to be a part of Governors Island Un-Earthed, Underwater New York’s Issue Number 16. My contribution People of the Desert 122°F meditates on the past and future of the miles of canals that thread through Phoenix and Tucson, AZ. The largest pre-Columbian irrigation system in North America, the canals were first engineered 2000 years ago by the ancestral Sonoran Desert people. This Native history was destroyed by the construction of the settler-colonial metropolis. Now an urban space of asphalt and concrete, this valley is ill-prepared for the heat of the near future. The summer now reaches 122°F. At 130°, what happens to the city’s vulnerable people, plants, and animals? Adaptation or abandonment?

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XR Panel at CAA 2020

March 10, 2020

Looking forward to being a part of a New Media Caucus panel focused on AR and VR at CAA 2020 in Chicago. Organized by Rachel Clare and Tom Burtonwood, the panel’s title is Dematerialization of the Art Experience and featured some terrific artists – I was honored to be among them.

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Film-makers Coop Auction

November 01, 2019

Happy to once again support the Film-makers Coop by donating to their annual auction – a framed print of a still from my new animation Medusa Wigs. Auction end Nov 18th. Wonderful to be in the company of work by Zoe Beloff, Mary Billyou, Janie Geiser, Jonas Mekas, Kiki Smith and many others.

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ChaNorth Alumni show in Dumbo, NYC

October 19, 2019

Curated by Brigitta Varadi and Peter Fulop. Open Oct 25 – Nov 4, 2019, the show included my animation Medusa Wigs, my husband Mitch’s 500-ft-long scroll drawing, and work by many of our friends including Sarah Sagarin, Kyoung eun Kang, Cay Yoon, Jonathan Sims and others.

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Oyster City AR included in Best Foot Forward at Rochester Institute of Technology City Art Space

September 10, 2019

Curated by Cecily Culver, Best Foot Forward is an exhibition at City Art Space focused on walkable cities and is part of Current Seen, the city of Rochester’s Small-venue Biennial, Oct. 4 through Nov 17, 2019. I am happy that Oyster City, an augmented reality project that I made with Rachel Stevens, will be a part of this show. http://www.currentseen.org/event/best-foot-forward/

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My video, People of the Desert 122° F, in the Works on Water project space, Governors Island July 2019

July 01, 2019

My new video, People of the Desert 122° F, is on exhibit July 1-31 in the Project Space at the WoW House 5B on Governors Island curated by Works on Water and Underwater New York. The work is a meditation on the past and future of Phoenix, AZ: here the Ancestral Sonoran Desert People constructed the largest Pre-Columbia irrigation system in North America, history obliterated by the colonial construction that became contemporary city. Now over 150 people die each summer from heat-related trauma, and with a record high of 122° F what happens at 129° – adaptation or abandonment?

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Conditions of Exchange curated by Abigail Simon + Esther Boesche, May 2-16, NYC

April 30, 2019

Honored to be a part of this show. Opening May 2, 6-9pm and Closing Party with performance by Sophie Kahn May 16 at 6pm at 80 Nassau (pop-up gallery). Collaborated on my project with Mitch Miller and Andrea Williams. Other artists in the show: Marina Berio, Esther Boesche, Diana Gongora, Thiago Gonsalves, Shandor Hassan, Sophie Khan, Dani Lessenau, Wayne Liu, Ned Low, Andrew Madrid, Keith Mayerson, Nancy Nowacek, Max Ostrow, Kenneth Pietrobono, Paul Qaysi, Peter Rippon, Christian Romirer, Abigail Simon, David B. Smith, Stephen Spera, Art Spigelman, Torie Zalben, Talita Zaragoza. 

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