Project Type: Exhibitions & Installations

Ephemeral Objects

Curated, produced and installed Ephemeral Objects, a cutting edge exhibition of creativity at the intersection of art, technology and innovation, featuring the work of 34 artists active in the Southern California and Baja Norte region. “Ephemeral Objects” was San Diego’s first survey exhibit of new and established artists exploring this exciting new frontier of contemporary […]

The Future at the End of the World

Arts collective Immediate Medium engaged me to curate nine makers of dance, theater, performance, music and media to create an immersive, interdisciplinary group performance called The Future at the End of the World in the largely abandoned offices of the James A. Farley Post Office in Midtown Manhattan. The Post Office, which stands at its own moment […]

Ephemeral Evidence

Organized, programmed and produced the durational performance installation Ephemeral Evidence that was curated as part of Exit Art’s Collective / Performative final group exhibit in Spring 2012. It consisted of a series of collaborative explorations between writers and performing artists to investigate the relationship between practice and skill in performance-making, object-making and context. The writer/artist pairs were Aretha Aoki with Maura […]

Susie Ibarra

Co-conceived, commissioned and produced a new work of digital public art from Susie Ibarra called Digital Sanctuaries that was featured in different iterations as part of the River To River Festival in 2012, 2013 and 2014) This app-based geolocated soundwalk transformed the rich history of Lower Manhattan into electroacoustic soundscapes honoring the communities that have inhabited […]

Mary Mattingly

Curated Mary Mattingly’s “Flock House Project” into the River to River Festival in 2011. Mary Mattingly is an artist based in New York. Her work has been exhibited at the International Center of Photography, the Seoul Art Center, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, the New York Public Library, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, and […]

Xu Bing

As Director of Public Programs for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council I produced a number of events to commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11 including an installation of the artist Xu Bing’s work “Where Does the Dust Itself Collect?” A PDF of the catalog is available for download here. Programs included a talk with the […]

Suzanne Thorpe

Programmed Suzanne Thorpe’s PHLOQ into the River to River Festival, curated her work “Constituting States” into the “Ephemeral Objects” exhibit at San Diego Art Institute. Suzanne Thorpe is an award-winning electroacoustic flutist and composer, as well as a researcher and educator, whose work migrates between fixed, improvised, performed and installed forms. She employs an evolving […]