OUT IN THE WORLD
A Blade of Grass
March 21, 2013
Desi Gonzalez compares my process of engaging the public to Glenn Ligon and Las Hermanas Iglesias in this thoughtful article, " Artists and Audiences: How Can Artists Learn from the Public?". Read it here.
Recess at MoMA
Saturday, November 10, 2012
8-11pm at MoMA
Recess Activities organized an evening of performances and interventions as part of MoMA's PopRally. For my contribution, ARTIST ATTEMPTS AUTOMATIC DREAM READING, visitors were invited to have one-on-one dream interpretations with me among surrealist works on the 5th floor. Though I lack training and much in the way of experience, I was irrationally confident in my abilities, and my powers may have been enhanced by my advanced pregnant state. As promised the results were uneven, absurd, and periodically insightful. More here.
I am a finalist in the Video and Animation category for this year's Celeste Prize, based in Italy and curated this year by Katya Garcia-Anton. One Thing After Another will be screened online with the other video selections at VisualcontainerTV International Videoart webchannel for the month of October. The final exhibition will be held at the Centrale Montemartini in Rome, Italy December 1-9, 2012.
Possible Projects (Rachel and Trevor Reese) were the September "artists-in-residence" for the online project Concept Plus Object. They invited artists to contribute an image, link, or video and to invite one other person to do the same. I invited my friend Gabe Fleming because of an experience we shared seeing King Kong in 2005. Our contribution was on Sept. 13. See the video I put up of Gabe and me re-enacting a scene from King Kong via skype here.
July 24, 2012
I created an edition for this event organized by LIMITED TIME ONLY and held at Independent Curators International. Other artists included: niv Acosta, Braulio Amado, Mónica de la Torre, Diane Exavier, Sarah Gentile, Scott Hug, Maria Lokke, Mollie McKinley, Rachel Milano, J. Morrison, Clifford Owens, Annie Powers, John Reed, Jen Schwarting, Heather Warren-Crow, and Grant Worth.