News and Upcoming/ Recent Events
Saturday October 17th- December 6th 2020, I am a part of the exhibit Rights and Wrongs Citizenship, Belonging, and the Vote. Curated by Lauren Frances Adams, this show addresses historical and contemporary issues of citizenship, belonging, voter disenfranchisement, and civil rights, coinciding with the 2020 election, and the 100th year of the 19th Amendment.
This show is located at the Peale at the Carroll Mansion at 800 E. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD. Hours are Saturday and Sunday 12-4 pm.
Friday October 16th, 2020 participated in The Laboratory for Suburbia discussion from 2-4 pm ct. "The first event, Sprawl Session 1: White Suburbias, will interrogate the possibilities and challenges for interventionist art and design practice in predominantly white suburban spaces.
I was recently interviewed about my life during the Pandemic by José Garza as part of the 18 questions projects by Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Passenger, a stop motion animation, was displayed as part of the "17 Days" video series at Western Michigan University and Alfred State College. It was on view at Aggregate Space Gallery, in West Oakland, California from July 6th-August 4th, 2018.
As part of this exhibition, there was an Animated Shorts Screening, my film was awarded "Jury's Choice" for Narrative shorts and was additionally screened at The Roxie theater in San Francisco, CA.
My animation work The Invention of Whiteness was at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, as part of the 2018 Great Rivers Biennial alongside Addoley Dzegede and Jacob Stanley. Animations are viewable here.
I was interviewed about the exhibit, The Invention of Whiteness on Cut and Paste, a podcast through 90.7 St. Louis NPR.
Follow my Instagram!! Currently I am making a series of works in response to Covid-19 and my experience of social distancing while parenting, teaching, and working as an artist.