A project that I am part of, Daughters of Hanford, was exhibited at the REACH Museum in Richland, WA from August 2015 – August 2016. More information can be found here.
I am excited to be working on a new project, Daughters of Hanford, with Anna King and Kai-Huei Yau. More information about the project: Daughters of Hanford: Products of a southeast Washington nuclear reservation Def. Daughter products: Isotopes that are formed by the radioactive decay of some other isotope. In the case of radium-226, for example, […]
One of my multi-year projects, Pin a Point, is being featured in Art, Science, Innovation by Espacio Enter, a project created and directed by ARTTECHMEDIA. Read more about the project and see some of the others that are being included here: http://www.espacioenter.com/2013/Art_Science_Innovation_geospatial_storytelling.htm
“Look, our basic attitude is that we would like you to succeed. I have an old-fashioned view that friends ought to be supported… The quicker you succeed the better… We want a stable situation. We won’t cause you unnecessary difficulties.” ~US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to Argentine Foreign Minister, Admiral Cesar Augusto Guzzetti, 1976 […]
My two-channel video Erasing the Contemporary Woman was screened recently at Double Vision II at the Herron School of Art and Design at Indiana University. Artists include: Charmaine Ortiz—Carolina Beach, North Carolina; Philippos Kappa—Athens, Greece; François Macré—Arrondissement of Gap, France; Adam Forrester—Athens, Georgia; Rembrandt Quiballo—Tempe, Arizona; Douglas Gast—Pullman, Washington; Stefan Petranek—Indianapolis; McLean Fahnestock—Long Beach, California; […]