Still from installation Along the Perimeter

Current: I am participating in the Artist in Residence Program at Recology San Francisco. Residency summer session starts in June 2023 and will culminate in a solo exhibition of works made in residence opening September 15th, 2023. 
(Mis)Reading the Image: Selections by Darrin Martin, a video screening curation in collaboration with Electronic Arts Intermix, looking at their collection through the lens of accessibility and disability representation took place at their 264 Canal Street location in New York City on March 30th at 7pm. A free, closed-captioned online streaming version of the works in the screening and the discussion afterwards is up available at the link in the title above.  
Upcoming: A new sound work is being commissioned by MIT List Visual Arts Center, MITs Contemporary Art Museum in Cambridge, MA. The work will be part of an on-line summer program titled Replenish. Details TBA. 
A version of the video Take Breath is Breath will be part of the exhibition To Catch a Crip Breath: Resistance and Respiration curated by Amanda Cachia at Contemporary Calgary in Canada from November 30, 2023 through April 14, 2024.
Recent Past: The Abominable Freedom, a collaborative vilm with Torsten Zenas Burns was part of a double feature at Millennium Film Workshop with Nick Zedd's War is Menstrual Envy on April 15th from 7:30-11:30pm in Brooklyn, NY.  
An installation of Along the Perimeter was on view at Saint Joseph's Art Society of San Francisco in collaboration with Telematic Media Arts from January 19th through April 5, 2023. 
Along the Perimeter premiered as a live performance turned into an installation as part of the Ann Arbor Film Festival's Off the Screen series. The live cinema performance on March 21st was recorded and then presented as an installation throughout the remainder of the festival through March 26th. 
Ongoing: The video Every (Movie, Sound, Image, Text) on my cell phone is currently on-line as part of the program Digital Amnesia curated by Montse Pujol Solà on the Impakt Channel. 
Torsten Zenas Burns and my vilm The Abominable Freedom has been released as a limited edition VHS complete with zine by Random Man Editions
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