What Makes Us Human?

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I’m launching a new artwork for exhibition at Sesnon Gallery at UC Santa Cruz, What Makes Us Human: An Art + Genomics Convergence Online from 11/12/20–6/30/21 Opening webinar eventNovember 12, 2020, 12:00–1:00pm PST (3:00-4:00pm EST)Register for Zoom link here My new project, Vegetal Entangling is a multimedia webpage … Read More

Livestream with Art Laboratory Berlin

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Discussion and Livestream A Future for Food with Amy Youngs, Ken Rinaldo, Anna Paltseva, Daniel Lammel, Regine Rapp and Christian de Lutz 4 June 2020, 4-6 pm CET / 10-12 am EDT Can we break away from current agricultural practices which are intimately connected to desertification, … Read More

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

Presenting work at Green Drinks

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Aug 24 6pm – 8pm – networking begins at 6pm, presentations begin at 7pm. Barley’s Underground, 467 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43040 Biomimicry is this month’s theme Nature is efficient. Designers, engineers and artists who look to nature’s ingenuity for alternative physical constructs or methodologies are … 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.