See a Dog, Hear a Dog screenings and more

Hello! My latest video, See a Dog, Hear a Dog is screening at some upcoming festivals, and I’m very happy to be included in such excellent fests. Here is a list of upcoming screenings:

Also, an older work Climbing will be screening as part of Limited Access Film Festival, Tehran, Iran.

And the Spring 2017 issue of Millennium Film Journal will be available in print April 15, but you can pre-purchase and get a pdf now. So honored to be included in this issue.











Alchemy + Millennium Film Journal + San Francisco

Hello! Some updates to share as spring approaches, quicker than ever…

See a Dog, Hear a Dog will play as part of Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival. Thrilled to be included in this terrific program and festival. Excellent company I’m keeping in this program: Mediating the Machine 

AND really excited that an interview with Elliot Horwatt will be included in the upcoming spring issue of Millennium Film Journal. It’s such an honor to be included, and I truly enjoyed my conversation with Eli, and his thoughtful and intelligent questions gave me a lot to consider. The piece really focuses on the newest video (See a Dog, Hear a Dog). There may be a related screening in the spring, too, in NYC, stay tuned… and thanks everyone who was/is involved! Support this journal if you can, it’s an incredible resource to artists, writers, scholars, viewers, etc…

See a Dog, Hear a Dog will also be included in the San Francisco International Film Festival, very happy to be included in this great festival. Stay tuned for more details about the where/when.

Winter 2017 Updates

Hello and Happy New Year!

Here are some upcoming screenings happening right at the start of 2017:

My latest video See a Dog, Hear a Dog will be screening at the International Film Festival Rotterdam as part of the Bright Future Shorts. The programming look amazing and I’m thrilled to be there in person. I’ll also give a masterclass at the festival, details to come.

The same piece will screen as part of a film/video program within Transmediale in Berlin, celebrating its 30-year anniversary with an incredible theme of “ever elusive”. I’ll also be participating in a “middle session”, moderated by writer Elvia Wilk .
It is scheduled for Friday the 3rd , 11.30 am – 1 pm.  Here are a few sentences about the session…

As media increasingly melt into the environment, they become both more naturalized and more estranged, in the sense that we understand the way they work less and less. The “Elemental” Middle Session highlights the unnoticeable media we live and work among, focusing equally on their material (technical) properties and their cultural meanings. 

See a Dog, Hear a Dog will also screen as part of the Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival in Scotland in March. Thrilled to be included in this incredible festival!

Last November I received a Nohl Fellowship in the Established Artist category and couldn’t be more honored and excited to be a fellow and work with the Nohl organization. Stay tuned for information regarding the exhibition at the Haggerty Museum of Art later this year.