cropped still from Contrapposto, a 16-minute HD video loop with 3D print

Upcoming: The video Take Breath is Breath (Breathe) makes its premiere as part of the exhibition Interconnected curated by Jackie Clay and Jillian Crochet at San Francisco's Southern Exposure which will open Friday, October 22, 5:00 - 8:30 PM and run from October 23 - November 20, 2021.
Current: Contrapposto is included in Crip* curated by Liza Sylvestre at Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL from September 23 - December 11, 2021.
Torsten Zenas Burns and my vilm The Abominable Freedom has been released as a limited edition VHS complete with zine by Random Man Editions
The video Every (Movie, Sound, Image, Text) on my cell phone is currently live streaming as part of the program Digital Amnesia curated by Montse Pujol Solà on the Impakt Channel. 
Recent Past Highlights: Zoom Meetings (with myself) was part of the group exhibition The Archive to Come, curated by Clark Buckner and Carla Gannis, in both an on-line & in gallery exhibition at San Francisco's Telematic Media Arts from October 22nd - December 17th, 2020. Link takes you to on-line version where the piece is included in Screening 01: COVID-19
A short text and the first version of Zoom Meetings (with myself) is part of The Current Thing, a periodical of writing, images, sound and video image works exploring our current moment curated by Caspar Stracke and Keith Sanborn. 
Audio Description as a Generative Process in Art Practice is included in Performance Matters’ Vol. 6 No. 1 (2020): Copresence with the Camera edited by Lynette Hunter, Alex Lichtenfels, Heather Nolan, and John Zibell. My essay bridges the practice of audio description in my own work to other historical and contemporary examples of video art.
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