M.F.A. University of California Los Angeles
B.F.A. Cooper Union
Areas of specialization: Photography, Video, and Sculpture
Mesler&Hug, Los Angeles*
The Camera Show, Fotogalleriet, Oslo
Portrait Studio, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen
On From Here, Guild and Greyskull, NYC
What Comes Naturally, Fake Estate, NYC
Imagine Los Angeles, Spruth Magers Munich Projekte, Munich
Genesis I'm Sorry, Greene-Naftali Gallery, New York
Show, Jail Gallery, Los Angeles
Natural Geographic, N.D. Productions, Los Angeles
Patterson Beckwith. Daniel Hug Gallery, L.A.*
Domino. Air de Paris, Paris
L.A. 25. Skadden Arps, Los Angeles
Second Annual Los Angeles Biennial. Track 16 Gallery, L.A.
Campari (This show was not sponsored by...)Curator: Luciano Perna Park Projects, L.A.
Group Portrait Studio. E.S.L. Projects, L.A.*
Supermarket Bouquets. Counterpoint Harmony, L.A.*
Portrait Booth. Photo NY, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York.
Home. American Fine Arts co., New York. *
None of the Above. Swiss Institute New York.
Let the Bullsh*t Run a Marathon. Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York.
Bad Time Clocks. Ecart, Basel.
Portrait Studio. Galleria del Cortile, Rome. *
Three Day Weekend. UCLA Hammer Museum, L.A.
Portrait Studio. American Fine Arts co. New York* (Catalog). NY Downtown Arts Festival, commission for a mobile portrait studio.
The Love of Look. Engholm Engelhorn Galerie, Vienna (Curator: Kirsty Bell).
Sentimental Education. Deitch Projects, New York. (Curator: David Rimanelli).
The Nocturnal Dream Show. Pat Hearn Gallery, New York (Curator: Daniel Reich).
Coal by any Other Name. American Fine Arts, Co. New York. (Founded, administered and taught at a art school run concurrently with the exhibition. See www.societyofcontrol.com for syllabus and documentation).
XXX Dope. American Fine Arts, Co. New York.
Friends and Enemies. The 5th International, New York.
Answer Yes No or Don’t Know. Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York.
Inauguration of The 5th International. The 5th International, New York.
Sister Act 2/Back in the Habit. Chaos, New York.
Thriller. 303 Gallery, New York.
Utopian Art Festival 3: Aquarius Rising. Hotel 17, New York.
Five and Ten. Organized by J.S.G. Boggs, Tampa Florida.
Does Television Inform the Way Art is Made? Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria.
Cheese! Oasis, New York.
100 Photographs. American Fine Arts, Co. New York.
Utopian Art Festival 2: Circus of the Stars. Hotel 17, New York.
Proposal for the Human Biology Wing, American Museum of Natural History. Silver Eye Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Gallerist Colin De Land and 7 students from Cooper Union founded Art Club 2000 in 1992. Their collaborative projects included muckraking investigations of systems and institutions including the Gap, Ikea, New York real estate, and fashion. The group produced 7 consecutive annual solo shows at American Fine Arts, co, as well as exhibitions in the UK, Belgium, Italy, and France, and a museum retrospective in Mexico City in 2000. Their 1997 limited edition self-published book, SoHo So Long, contains over a dozen illustrated interviews with art luminaries including Leo Castelli, Gary Indiana, Barbara Gladstone, and David Rimanelli.
UCLA Video Art Lecture Series. Invited to undergraduate student-run lecture series; lectured on Art Club 2000.
California State University Fullerton. Lecture on Art Club 2000 and individual work for art students in a writing class.
ArtCenter. Studio Lecture. Hosted a class group in my studio; did a demonstration and spoke about my work.
Cooper Union. Spoke to a class group on a field trip to visit my show at American Fine Arts.
Glasgow School of Art. Presentation on NEW YORK public access TV.
Glasgow School of Art. Presentation with Art Club 2000.
Royal College of Art, London. Presentation with Art Club 2000.
Goldsmiths College, University of London. Presentation with Art Club 2000.
University of Brighton. Presentation with Art Club 2000.
Cooper Union. Aspirin Design Conference Presentation with Art Club 2000.
Kunstwerke, Berlin. Presentation with Art Club 2000