EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
I am excited to announce that as of June 28, 2023 Sex on the Run? No, We Parked is up on the The New York Times Modern Love podcast. The show revisits a column I wrote for Modern Love in 2010. The podcast was hosted by Anna Martin, edited by Jen Poyant and produced by Julia Botero. The original column was edited by Daniel Jones. The original column for Modern Love was also selected by Kim Catrall of Sex in the City, and she read it aloud at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
I am pleased to announce an exhibition, natural histories, at the University of Kentucky Art Museum opening in July, 2023, curated by Stuart Horodner. In conjunction with the exhibition I will be giving a talk on September 8th of 2023 on expanded photography as part of the Robert C. May Photography Lecture Series at the University of Kentucky.
I am pleased to announce the publication of my essay untamed in UNLIKELY, a peer reviewed Journal for Creative Arts, published in Australia. Journal issue 08 focuses on Birds and Language and was co-edited by Madeleine Kelly and Jen Valender. My essay traces the arc of works I have made with dead and live birds over the past 20 years. The issue was published on 31 January 2023.
I am very pleased to announce that my motion capture video SHAME, now with Spanish subtitles, is a part of CUVO FESTIVAL 2023 in Spain. The festival is a celebration of experimental video work.
I was invited by an incredible collective of women artists who run Koli Art Space in Istanbul to screen three video works during Senkron: Eş Zamanlı Video Sergileri (Synchronous: Simultaneous Video Exhibition) between the 15th and 30th of April 2022. Senkron is a set of events that will take place across Turkey focusing on video art held in 8 different cities with 49 different participants.