City-to-City Map Installation | ISEA2015-DISRUPTION

ISEA2015-DISRUPTION: August 14 – 19, 2015

Vancouver, BC. Canada

I’m very happy to be participating in ISEA2015: 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art in Vancouver, BC. Bills Hsu and I will be presenting “City to City: Revealing Place to Place,” a paper that discusses “City to City”, the culminating project from my Zero1 Fellowship (2013-14).

Our paper presentation is scheduled on Thursday, August 18 (4-5:30 pm) in the session titled “Exploring Culture through Visualization and Interaction.”


TheWall-TheWorld | unplace: networked art: places-between-places

unplace: June 19-Nov 19, 2015

I am pleased to have TheWall-TheWorld included in unplace: networked art: places-between-places. unplace is an online exhibition bringing together “Internet and web-specific artworks in which the tensions between real and virtual spaces are highlighted through online practices, ranging from geopoetics, fiction and hacktivism to participatory projects in networked environments.”

Other artists in the exhibition include: Ahmed El Saher (Egypt), Ai Weiwei (China) & Olafur Eliasson (Denmark, Germany), Alfredo Jaar (Chile/USA), Art is Open Source (Italy), Clement Valla (France/USA), Giselle Beiguelman (Brazil), MIIAC-João Paulo Serafim (Portugal), JODI (Belgium/Netherlands), John Barber (USA), Paula Levine (Canada/USA), Thomson & Craighead (UK), Wilfredo Prieto (CUB), Perry Bard (Canadá), LiMaC –Sandra Gamarra (Peru/Spain) & Antoine-Henry Jonquères (France/Spain), Hanna Husberg (Finland/Sweden) & Laura McLean (Australia/UK),  S.A.R.L. group (Portugal).

Please visit the online exhibition here.


Seeing Is Believing | Seeing is Believing: A Reinvention of Articles of Faith

Seeing is Believing: March 11- May 27, 2015

San Diego Center for Jewish Culture: The Gotthelf Art Gallery
San Diego, CA

The Transparent Bible and Bible Rorschachs, two works from the series, as if the laws were malleable, are showing in Seeing is Believing: A Reinvention of Articles of Faith, curated by Debby and Larry Kline, winners of the 2013 San Diego Art Prize. The exhibit features artists “who contemplate how faith meshes with contemporary life, the role of ritual and symbolism, and the metamorphosis of traditional symbols as they become immersed into popular culture.”

Artists include: Michelangelo Buonarroti, Einar and Jamex De La Torre, Dave Ghilarducci, Paula Levine and Cheryl Nickel.


Opening Events for ZERO1 Fellowship/x

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 – 06:30
ZERO1 Garage

Just over a year ago, we gathered at the ZERO1 Garage to meet the first class of ZERO1 Fellows. They dove headfirst into their innovation challenges – researching, inventing, experimenting, prototyping – and now the moment has arrived. Join us January 22nd to unveil the possibilities and discover the Fellows’ unique responses to their respective innovation challenges. Learn more about Fellowship/x here.