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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Light Year 47 Tales of Diverted Reality screening on the Manhattan Bridge March 7, 2019

March 01, 2019

Honored to be a part of Light Year 47 Tales of Diverted Reality, a screening projected on the Manhattan Bridge, March 7, 2019, curated ChaNorth Artist Residency Directors by Brigitta Varadi and Peter Fulop. Other artists included Chen Wang, Jonathan Sims, Marissa Adesman, Christian Berman, James Hopkins and Tori Carr. LIGHT YEAR is an ongoing public art video exhibition series presented by John Ensor Parker, Glowing Bulbs and the Leo Kuelbs Collection in partnership with the DUMBO Business Improvement District and NYC DOT. Since its launch, LIGHT YEAR has hosted the work of over 200 artists and curators from around the world.


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ChaNorth Residency in July

August 02, 2018

Had an excellent time at the ChaNorth residency in Pine Plains, NY. Mitch and the cats were there with me. Our sister/fellow residents were wonderful. ChaNorth provided all the organic vegetables that we could eat. Thank you to residency directors Brigitta and Peter! You two are the best.

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Presented paper at ISEA 2018 in Durban, South Africa

July 10, 2018

Presented a paper during the “Mediated Natures: Speculative Futures and Justice” panel at ISEA Intersections in Durban, South Africa. I also co-organized this panel (that had two parts) with Margaretha Haughwout. Big thanks to Margaretha, our panelists and the organizers of ISEA 2018.

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ACA Residency with Claire Pentecost

June 06, 2018

Loved my residency at the Atlantic Center for the Arts in May with the brilliant and generous Claire Pentecost and the Bad Associates: Jane, Patrick, Maria, Claire E., Carolyn, Carrie and Yang. What an amazing group. Yang called us ‘generous, intellectual, and cute magic creatures’ and I agree!

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Pool Party II at Microscope Gallery

May 19, 2018

My animation Story Problems screening as part of Pool Party II at Microscope Gallery, May 21, 2018. The gallery is located at 1329 Willoughby Avenue, #2B, Brooklyn, NY 11237. I am a big fan of this place. Thanks to Microscope Director Elle Burchill!

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3rd Annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

April 15, 2018

Was great to collaborate with the Design and the Arts Library at ASU for our 3rd Annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. Glad to be a part of these global events.

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Interviewed for the Feminist Experimental Filmmakers Interview Archive

December 22, 2017

I was interviewed recently by Julie Wyman’s student Yan Gu for the Feminist Film Archive, a collection of interviews with cinema artists by students of Wyman (UC Davis) and Irene Lusztig (UC Santa Cruz), as part of their co-taught feminist filmmaking class. The archive will continue to grow, and already includes interviews with wonderful filmmakers Deborah Stratman, Cauleen Smith, Lynn Sachs, Zoe Beloff and many more. Link:

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Included in 2017 Film-makers Coop Benefit

August 06, 2017

Happy to be a part of the Film-makers Coop Benefit Auction, invited by filmmaker Mary Billyou. See the auction items on Paddle 8. Thanks to Mary for inviting me! I’m a fan of the Coop.

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