Programming curated for Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center’s 40th Anniversary celebrations (2014/2015)
Idiomorphs 1974-2104: barbara lattanzi, selected works and Rewind: Buffalo Video Art, 1985-1995
Anarchy in the Kitchen (2010)
Anarchy in the Kitchen was a Webcast curated for the 2010 UMAMI Festival with performances by Graham Coreil-Allen, Steve Bradley, Bradley Chriss, Adam Good, Lisa Moran, Rebecca Nagle, Tim Nohe, Natalia Panfile, Casey Smith, and Shannon Young.
The Webcast was screened live at Eyebeam (NYC), The Non Stop Institute (Yellow Springs, OH), Squeaky Wheel, and Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at UMBC (Baltimore). The performance was filmed and screened out of University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), Laura McGough and Steve Bradley, pre/post production.
Devouring Technologies (2008)
Curated for Feeding Frenzy, a symposium on food and performance hosted by the Performance Studies Department at NYU. Devouring Technologies featured installations by Steve Bradley, Kelly Dobson and Tectonic Industries.
Early Web-based Exhibitions (1997-2000)
As I member of the new media collective NOMADS, I organized a number of early on-line exhibition initiatives including Audiophfile, a six-part sound art series, and Open Spaces/Linked Locations, an exhibition series dedicated to new Web.art.
Electronic Blood and Guts in Hyperspace – Exhibition/Lecture (1998)
ELECTRONIC BLOOD AND GUTS IN HYPERSPACE is a performative lecture and touring exhibition presented at sites across the U.S. and Canada throughout 1998 and 1999. Electronic Blood and Guts in Hyperspace was part of a long-term research project into work featuring new techinolgies by women artists. The exhibition/lecture featured demonstrations of cyberfeminist cd-roms, Websites and hyper-literature by artists including Linda Dement, VNS Matrix and Shelly Jackson. This video documents a 1998 presentation of ELECTRONIC BLOOD AND GUTS IN HYPERSPACE at Studio XX in Montreal as part of the Les Femmes Br@nchées salon.