This fall has meant a lot of trips to NYC, which was great.
Starting off, my solo exhibition, “Stars, They’re Just Like Us” as Interstate Projects, ran from Sept. 7 – Oct. 20.
“The Invisible World” screened as part of Views from the Avant-Garde, New York Film Festival. I was in attendance at the sold-out program and saw lots of terrific work within the festival.
I presented a solo screening of work at Anthology Film Archives as part of their Show & Tell Series. It was a great turnout with a really enjoyable conversation afterwards moderated by Rachel Rakes.
Colin Beckett wrote a thoughtful article in The L Magazine that accompanied both “Stars, They’re Just Like Us” and the Anthology screening. I was flattered by his insights and the ideas he drew out from my work.
A new video, “Just Like Us” will have it’s world premier at the Rome Film Festival, as part of the Cinema XXI program.
Some other festivals and things coming up/already happened:
- The Invisible World will screen as part of Kassel Documentary film and Video Festival
- The Invisible World will screen at the Impakt Festival
- The Invisible World screened at 25 FPS
- The Invisible World screened as part of Dallas Video Festival
- Remote screened at the Stuttgarter Filmwinter Festival
Headroom Screening Series, the microcinema I began last spring is continuing on this fall with recent screenings by Sasha Waters Freyer, Jason Lazarus and Eric Fleischauer, and Mike Olenick. I look forward to an exciting spring 2014 with more collaborations/guest curators and visiting artists. More on past and future programs can be found here: