Becoming Biodiversity App Available

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My augmented reality art app is FREE in the app stores   Available for Android   Available for iOS   Audio-only version, available for unsupported devices, or if you choose sound as your preferred form of augmented reality.   Explore local, ecological networks through mixed-reality storytelling … Read More

Eco Materialism book and panel event at MoMA PS1

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My work is featured in “WHAT’S NEXT? Eco Materialism & Contemporary Art”, a new book by Linda Weintraub. And I’m excited to get to participate in a panel discussion with Linda and 4 other artists at MoMA PS1 in Queens, NY, to celebrate. From 3:00–4:30pm, “Monologue … Read More

Cactus, the book

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I’m thrilled to have my work included in this beautiful book called Cactus, by Don Torre. It is published by Reaktion Books LTD, London 2017.

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

Article by Linda Weintraub

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My artwork Digestive Table, was included in Archetypes of Material Use and Disuse: An art and Ecology Primer, by Linda Weintraub. Published in Cogent Arts & Humanities Journal, Volume 3, 2016, Issue 1. This is an Open Access article that can be read in full online. Abstract: Materialism … Read More

Robots and Art book

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My chapter, Embracing Interdependencies: Machines, Humans and Non-humans is published in Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis. I’m pleased to be among this group of authors, engineers and artists. About the book: “The first compendium on robotic art of its kind, this book explores the integration of … Read More

When Architecture, Art, and Biology Collide

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I participated in a symposium at the University of Minnesota that explored the convergence of these three fields and the interdisciplinary design solutions that result in the built environment and beyond. Blaine Brownell wrote about it in Architect Magazine.