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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My animation at ISEA Manizales, Colombia 2017

July 24, 2017

Pleased that my animation, The Chthulu and the Final Girl, was part of the media exhibition at ISEA 2017 in Manizales, Colombia in June 2017. Here it is playing in entry to media area; it also screened in small theater.

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Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon at ASU

April 01, 2017

With ASU Hayden Librarians I organized ASU’s Second Annual Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on March 31st, 2017. While our turnout was humble (13 participants) we made 93 edits to 23 articles and added 3,480 words; these were all articles about artists who identify as female. It was a great day; we were happy to be one of 100s of edit-a-thons across the world all happening in March. Check out the International Organization here:

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Work included in LMCC spring auction

March 25, 2017

Sent this print, Disco Volante (digital 3D render), to the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council this week to be a part of their spring benefit auction. Honored to be included. Disco Volante was the stage name of the yacht in the James Bond film Thunderball; the real life boat was once owned by Trump and was called the Trump Princess; it is currently owned by Al-Waleed bin Talal, a member of the Saudi royal family. The print was beautifully framed by Fine Art Framing in Tempe.

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Curatorial Project: Electric Breath at Emerge 2017

January 30, 2017

I am curating a screening of experimental videos and animations for the Emerge Festival 2017 at ASU Feb. 25 (with head-curator Dehlia Hannah). Electric Breath is a screening that traces Frankensteinian themes in recent experimental video and animation. From monstrous avatars struggling to thrive in, or escape from, virtual worlds to animal-headed humans narrating a drowned city, the screening presents a forecast by turns satirical, dreamy and dystopian. Artists include Katie Torn, Carla Gannis, Marina Zurkow, Eva Davidova, and Hilary Harp + Suzie Silver. Link.

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