Rasquache Residency Catalog available

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There is a lovely catalog available from the Rasquache Artist Residency program I participated in last year in Puebla Mexico. It is available on the website of the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center and includes the works of the participating artists Matthew Sibley, Karina A. Monroy, Christina Erives, … Read More

Engineering Utopia

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The Museum for Insects has been renovated! it houses a brand new exhibition and is streaming 24/7 with telepresence cricket vibrator sculpture and songs. For the full experience, you’ll want to visit the physical museum in Columbus, Ohio at the Urban Arts Space (May 30, 2017 – July 15, 2017). … Read More

Food by Design

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The Museum of Design in Atlanta, Georgia is currently showing my work, The Machine for Living Interdependently. The exhibition Food by Design: Sustaining the Future showcases the creative redesigning of food systems. An array of designers, scientists, policy makers, engineers, farmers, grocers, innovators, and foodies are meeting this challenge by designing, … Read More

WormSelfie Photo Booth in New York

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Hey NYC, come out to the Creative Climate Awards Show closing party and take a worm selfie pic in my custom photo booth for live worms and humans. Your pretty #WormSelfie picture will appear on Flickr and Twitter; broadcasting your worm love out to the internet. I’ll also be showing 2 Worm … Read More

New work at Urban Arts Space

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8 prints from my new series, Artificial Undead, along with my video HandShake, are on display at the Urban Arts Space, Wish You Were Here: Department of Art Faculty Exhibition. Tuesday, October 11, 2016 to Saturday, November 12, 2016. Reception Saturday Oct 11, 5pm – 7pm. All of my colleagues … Read More

Science of the Unseen SIGGRAPH exhibition

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Thrilled to have my video HandShake – a collaboration with worms, webcam, and musician Matt Ogborn – included in the exhibition SIGGRAPH Science of the Unseen. “What goes unseen, unfelt, unheard? The artworks in Science of the Unseen: Digital Art Perspectives integrate science and art to amplify what may go … Read More