Collaborative performances, works, exhibits & honors

  • Cut. Solo exhibit of performance photographs and live performance. Art Palace, Houston, TX, September 2015
  • Dirty Little. Live performance with The Trailer. Ohio University, Athens, OH, April 2015
  • The Verge. Live performance with The Trailer for Prospect Biennial 3+. Press Street/ Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA, October 2014
  • The Trailer/ The Women III. Kennedy Museum of Art, Ohio University, Athens, OH, September 2014-January 2015
  • Six of one, half a dozen of the other. Group exhibit, selected past recipients of The Idea Fund. DiverseWorks, Houston, TX, June-July 2014
  • Warning Signs. Series of live performances with The Trailer as part of the Ulrich Museum’s anniversary exhibit & programming, Forty Years/ Forty Stories. Ulrich Museum of Art & WSU Shift Space, Wichita, KS, April 2014
  • Colony. Series of live performances with The Trailer for New Genre Arts Festival XXI. Living Arts, Tulsa, OK, February-March 2014
  • Plan. Live performance. Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara, CA, February 2014
  • To Each Their Own. Group exhibit. Art Palace, Houston, TX, January-February 2014
  • Artistic Innovations Grant, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 2013-14 ( www.maaa.org )
  • Sadie Hawkins. Installation/ screening of Inheritance performance video. CentralTrak, Dallas, TX, October 2013
  • Texas Biennial. Live performance with The Trailer. Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, San Antonio, TX, September 2013
  • ReView. Summer group show: performance photographs. Art Palace, Houston, TX, June-August 2013
  • Medium. Live performance and installation. Currents: The Santa Fe International New Media Festival, Santa Fe, NM, June 2013
  • Wish We Were Here, exhibit of performance photographs. Art Palace Satellite Space at the W Hotel, Austin, TX, April 2013
  • What Remains. Live performance from The Trailer project. Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX, March 2013
  • Inheritance. Live performance and installation. Box 13 ArtSpace, Houston, TX, March 2013
  • Still. Solo exhibit: performance photographs. Art Palace, Houston, TX, January-February 2013
  • IDEA Fund grant for The Trailer project, 2013 ( www.theideafund.org )
  • Loose Snare. Live performance for FLUX 2012. Flux Projects, Atlanta, GA, October 2012
  • Medium. Live performance and installation. Art Palace, Houston, TX, August 2012
  • Oculus. Live site-specific performance as part of Dwell, a commissioned outdoor works series. Contemporary Artists Center at Woodside, Troy, NY, August 2011
  • Applied Geometry. Live performance. The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY, August 2011
  • Shell. Solo exhibit: installation, video, and live performance. 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL, March 2011
  • Natural Resources. Solo exhibit: installation, video, and live performance. Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX, January 2011
  • Music Box. Live performance, created for Off the Strip, a four-day new genres festival presented by the Contemporary Arts Center. Don’t Tell Mama piano bar, Las Vegas, NV, October 2010
  • Low Lives 2. Performance work transmitted live via the internet and projected in real time in galleries throughout the U.S.; curated by Jorge Rojas. El Museo del Barrio, NYC; Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, CA; Diaspora Vibe, Miami, FL; The Temporary Space, Houston, TX; Obsidian Arts, Minneapolis, MN; Terminal, Clarksville, TN; Co-Lab, Austin, TX; & Studio 304, Brooklyn, NY, April 30, 2010
  • Tenants at Will. Installation, performative video and multi-day live performance, commissioned by the Visual Artists Network for the National Performance Network’s 2009 Annual Meeting. Knoxville, TN, December 2009 (catalogue)
  • Visual Artists Network Exhibition Residency, Knoxville, TN, December 2009
  • The Observation Room. Solo exhibit: installation, video, and live performance. 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA, July-August 2009
  • Front Window. Performative video work and installation created for the River City Biennale; curated by Stacy Switzer. Wichita, KS, May 2008 (catalogue)
  • 1440 Minutes: An Evening of Performance and Installation. Installation & digital work. IDEA Space, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO, April 2008
  • Domestic Surveillance. Digital/ web-based performative work. Launched February 2008 ( www.resistlooking.net )
  • Labor [Ethereal]. Web exhibition, video work. March- December 2008
  • London International Creative Competition (LICC), Shortlist, performance category, 2008 (catalogue)
  • The Voyage Out. Live performance. Beacon, NY, July 2007
  • Abject Ritual. Live performance and video work. Wappingers Falls, NY, July 2007
  • Storage Space. Video projection. SPACES Gallery, Cleveland, OH, June- August 2007
  • Ceaseless and Solitary. Live performance. Durango Arts Center, Durango, CO, March 2007
  • Shift Work. Live performance, sponsored by the Bessemer Historic Society and Colorado State University. Steelworks Museum of Industry and Culture, Pueblo, CO, September 2006
  • House and Sky. Landscape-responsive live performance. Mead, CO, August 2005
  • Binding Books. Live performance. Norlin Library, Boulder, CO, May 2005
  • Laundry. Live performance, sponsored by Tailgate Gallery. Evergreen Launderette, Boulder, CO, March 2005
  • The Bus. Live performance, sponsored by Tailgate Gallery; performance took place on a public RTD bus. Boulder, CO, January 2005
  • Pillows & Pantyhose/ Ambush Decorating. Live performance & video work. Boulder, CO, November 2004
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