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  • Sign Stealing

    There’s a new project brewing. . .  SIGN STEALING considers surveillance, crowd patterns, and the choreographies of public space. It distills the cohabitation of humans and smart machines into digestible bites of image, pattern, and choice. This project is directed by artist Megan Young with contributions from a growing collective of participants, co-researchers, and engaged…

  • SloMoCo MicroResidency

    I’m jazzed to be part of some collective body+tech workgroups this spring! SloMoCo – an initiative of the Movement & Computing Conference (MOCO)– is an experiment in refiguring the conference form via global collaborations in collective knowledge-production, cybernetically informed learning-making structurations, and telematically mediated field practice. The Spring Phase runs January-May 2021.

  • Open Call for Time-Based Works

    I’m curating an online + on ground exhibition opening in April. . .  Columbia College Chicago, in partnership with SPACES, invites all Columbia alumni to submit work to our first-ever time-based, online exhibition: Coming Suddenly, Passing Strangely. Works are now being accepted that navigate transition and change. We invite artists to share their experiences: breaking new…

  • For Freedoms Congress

    Taking time to connect and deepen my practice through the For Freedoms Congress. . .  Hundreds of artists, curators, arts administrators, and academics are gathering in Los Angeles in advance of the 2020 United States elections. Thanks to generous support from For Freedoms and SPACES, I am fortunate to join as an Ohio representative.  The first…

  • Border Control – New Media Caucus

    Presenting and supporting the Border Control Symposium & Exhibition. . . BORDER CONTROL: The New Media Caucus is gathering artists and scholars to critically engage relevant topics around borders and boundaries. These concepts, both tangible and ephemeral, are closely tied to the ways in which humanity has always made sense of the world. Borders can…