Exhibitions // Info

2018: Not Standing Still, Blue Oyster Art Space, Dunedin, Aoeteroa New Zealand; Ink Like Shadowy, Albany Library (permanent installation opens in fall) 2016: More Strange Than True, Field House at Pulaski Park, Chicago; Reflecting the Sitelines of Nature, CW Institute, Catskill/Hudson, NY 2015: The World is Mystical, Dangerous and Delicious, Western Exhibitions, Chicago; Wholehouse Reuse, Canterbury Museum, New Zealand; Conexion w/ Nestor Sire, Havana Biennial; Cosmosis, CAC curated by Steven Bridges, Chicago; 2014: SpotLight, Elmhurst Art Museum  Connexion (w/ Nestor de Maderos) Centre de Desarollo de las Artes Visuales, Havana, Cuba  2013: Keyword: Cosmos, MassArt, Boston (solo)  Light and the Unseen, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago (catalog) The Happy Accident, with Paula Wilson, Residency at Ox-Bow School of Art, Brainstorms (Collaboration w/ Jason Ajemian) Chicago International Movies & Music Festival, Logan Square Preservation Society, Chicago, Tippicanoe Art Center, Lafayette, Purdue University  2012:  Letter To The Night, Cleve Carney Art Gallery (solo / catalog) In The Morning We Sweep Out The Shadows, Comfort Station (solo) 
 Curated by Michael Green, Chicago Living By Example, Northeastern Illinois University, Fine Art Center, Chicago 
MOCO Chautauqua, Harold Arts, Chesterhill Ohio 
Sorry, I Forgot the Link w/ Nestor Sire de Mederos, Chicago, (Havana, forthcoming in 2014 w/ catalog) Inner Midwestern, The Bioscope for Independent Cinema, Johannesburg, South Africa 2011:    Waiting For Daylight, Iceberg Projects (solo), Chicago Midwinter, Glass Curtain Gallery, Columbia College (catalog), ChicagoPause of the Clock, Doc 6, Chicago 2010: NEXT 2010, The Invitational Exhibition of Emerging Art, ChicagoChasing Two Rabbits, (silent animation & performance) ThreeWalls, Chicago 2009:    Proposal for Blue Skies, Devening Projects (solo), ChicagoExtra Terrestrial Carpet Obscura, American Institute of Architects, New Orleans
 Psst – Shhhh, Heaven Gallery Chicago
 Presents, Henry Gallery Project Space, Seattle 2008:    The Swallows Return Every Year to Their Nest, Locust Projects, MiamiExtract from Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven (solo, thesis), Gallery 400, ChicagoThe Experiment, The Hideout (screening), Chicago
 Workers Leaving the Factory, Chopin Theater (screening), ChicagoLooking at You from The Very Large Array, Gallery 408 & Momazozo, New Mexico (solo) 2007:    Outfitting Subversion, Curated by Cat Mazza, ThreeWalls, Chicago 2005:    Objects of Desire, Center for Print Studies at Columbia University, New York …

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UPCOMING & RECENT EVENTS: WINTER 2017 -18 DCASE Grant Awardee, Permanent Commission Albany Park Library; Spudnik Press, Published Artist Edition / Residency; AUGUST Catalogue release Blue Oyster Art Space, Dunedin NZ; SPRING through 2019  JUNE Group exhibition / symposium in Havana Biennial at Fabrica de Arte Cubana in collaboration w/ Nestor Sire; The Happy Accident a two week printmaking course at Oxbow Artist’s Residency in collaboration w/ Paula Wilson! My collaboration with Whole House Re-use, website now posted, exhibit opens   in May at Canterbury Museum, New Zealand. MAY Three new animations and my video Zombie Bling will be screening as part of Satellites at The Franklin on the 23rd. Website launch & my interview for Cosmosis exhibit is posted! APRIL Were The Eye Not Sunlike? Screening w/ ACRE TV ; Sam Fox School of  Fine Art, Visiting Artist;  SEPTEMBER interview in my studio with Inside / Within JUNE 28TH, Catalogue Release for Never The Same, Art Transforming Politics (Exhibit ongoing, curated by Daniel Tucker & Rebbecca Zorach: Logan Center for The Arts, The Washington Park Incubator for the Arts, Grey Center for Arts and Inquiry, In These Times Gallery, Rebuild Foundation, Chicago Cultural Center, Association of American Cultures…)MAY 30TH, I’ll be on panel Considering The Radical Handmade, organized by Jennifer Reeder at UIC; APRIL 11TH: Artist Talk, Spotlight, Elmhurst Art Museum; MARCH 24TH: Brainstorms Performance w/ Jason Ajemian at Spectrum in NYC.