I’m delighted participate in an exhibition of chess-inspired artwork at the Chess World Hall of Fame and Museum. It provides me a perfect opportunity to utilize my new studio and play a game of human chess, video of which is now in the permanent collection of the museum. I’m giving a talk on my work 6:30 pm, Wednesday, September 13th at the World Chess Hall of Fame and Museum.
I am thrilled to announce that I have won a Creative Stimulus Award from Critical Mass this year! I will use the funding to continue my practice of community. Last year I exhibited Slices at the Visual Arts Gallery of the University of Wyoming, where I was a visiting artist and speaker at the Re-envisioning the Laboratory: 2016 Sci-Art Symposium. I also had work at The Hambidge Center in Atlanta, where I was a fellow and at The Luminary in St. Louis, where I was an artist in residence. Additionally, I completed Pinpoint, a collaborative project with a few astrophysicists for Vanderbilt University. In August I contributed a video to the Future and Behind exhibit in Venice, Italy.