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Current Projects and Upcoming Shows

“Toxic Ecology’ Risograph Print for sale   All proceeds will be going to support the Coalition Against Death Alley March.  The March Against Death Alley , a 5 day march will take place at the end of May through what has been historically called Cancer Alley—where 200 petrochemical industries pollute and poison the mostly black communities that live there.

“Toxic Ecology’ Risograph Print for sale

All proceeds will be going to support the Coalition Against Death Alley March. The March Against Death Alley, a 5 day march will take place at the end of May through what has been historically called Cancer Alley—where 200 petrochemical industries pollute and poison the mostly black communities that live there.

Artist-in-Residence at Longue Vue House and Gardens
New Orleans, LA
May-December 2019
Exhibition opening November 7, 2019

Root Shock
three-person exhibition at Kniznick Gallery
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
July 15-October 10, 2019

The American Dream Revisited
Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University
August 21-December 14, 2019

Circle
invitational group exhibition at Moon Gallery
Berry College, Mount Berry, GA
August 26-September 19, 2019

Process
Kirschman Artspace
New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, New Orleans, LA
September 5-October 2, 2019


Interviews and Articles

Thank you to the Joan Mitchell Foundation and the Joan Mitchell Center for this thoughtful interview and for the dreamy and productive 5-month residency this past winter.

Thank you to Drew Zeiba for featuring my work in his  review of the Ideascity New Orleans festival for Pin-up Magazine

Thank you to Drew Zeiba for featuring my work in his review of the Ideascity New Orleans festival for Pin-up Magazine

Thank you to May Babcock for the thoughtful interview questions and sharing my work on your incredible hand-papermaking resource and blog  Paperslurry

Thank you to May Babcock for the thoughtful interview questions and sharing my work on your incredible hand-papermaking resource and blog Paperslurry

Thank you to Marina Colorado from Channel 24, a French TV station in Latina America for this interview. She visited my installation "Refining Patterns," in the group show No Man's Land at the Delgado Fine Arts Gallery at Delgado Community College in New Orleans and spoke to me over Skype about my process and the themes behind the work.

Thank you to Ann Hackett of Pelican Bomb wrote  this thoughtful review of my installation in City Park  where she contemplates my vision of the future .

Thank you to Ann Hackett of Pelican Bomb wrote this thoughtful review of my installation in City Park where she contemplates my vision of the future .

Radio Interview

Thank you to Diane Mack of New Orleans’ local NPR station WWNO for interviewing Gary “The Urban Cellist” Washington and myself about Future Fossils, the musical activation of my installation Terraforming in the Anthropocene as part of her show, “Inside the Arts.” Here is a link to the full show.

Thank you to  Defend New Orleans for this interview about my work , for selling my screen-print that supports the L'eau Est La Vie resistance camp, and for highlighting the struggle against the Bayou Bridge pipeline.

Thank you to Defend New Orleans for this interview about my work, for selling my screen-print that supports the L'eau Est La Vie resistance camp, and for highlighting the struggle against the Bayou Bridge pipeline.


Past Projects

I’m so excited to be included in this 3 person exhibition sponsored by  space-ship  at the CAC in New Orleans, from April 25th to May 12th

I’m so excited to be included in this 3 person exhibition sponsored by space-ship at the CAC in New Orleans, from April 25th to May 12th

I will be an  Ideascity New Orleans Fellow  as part of the New Museum’s Ideascity New Orleans this April! I’ve very excited to have received a design grant to prototype and present a new iteration of my Solar Cart—a portable structure used to power living artworks through renewable energy. This design component of IdeasCity is supported, in part, by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

I will be an Ideascity New Orleans Fellow as part of the New Museum’s Ideascity New Orleans this April! I’ve very excited to have received a design grant to prototype and present a new iteration of my Solar Cart—a portable structure used to power living artworks through renewable energy. This design component of IdeasCity is supported, in part, by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Video documentation of Future Fossils

Here is documentation of Terraforming in the Anthropocene featuring Future Fossils, a musical activation of the installation that took place on September 2nd, 2018.

Future Fossils featured: José Fermín, Denise Frazier, Luther Gray, Sultana Isham, Mun and Gary “The Urban Cellist” Washington responding to the themes of the installation with their musical performances.

Special thanks to Zac Manuel for the cinematography and Dave Greber for editing.