Performance with students

Exhibition & Artist Residency
Alison Knowles : Secret Life of Ordinary Things
2003 | San Francisco Art Institute

During her residency Knowles exhibited work in the gallery and collaborated with students on an installation project, a Fluxus event concert and Celebration Red, a red food banquet.



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Exhibition & Artists’ Residencies
Touch: Relational Art from the 1990s to Now
2002 | San Francisco Art Institute

Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, Touch included international artists whose work focused on social interaction. I co-organized residencies and performances and also co-taught a course related to the exhibition.


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Exhibition
Lee Bul: Live Forever Part I
2001 | San Francisco Art Institute

For her exhibition at SFAI, Lee Bul showed preparatory drawing and Styrofoam models and shot a new video for her series of three sports car karaoke pods, a collaborative project with the Fabric Workshop.


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  • Anne Veronica Janssens, Black Body
  • Carl De Keyzer, Airshow Presentation of Stealth Bomber
  • Carl De Keyzer, Universal Studios Opening
  • Christine Clinckx, Tried to Wash Him Off Me
  • Christine Clinckx, Want to be Loved by You
  • Honore D'O Installation
  • Honore D'O, Detail of installation
  • Jan Fabre, Man Who Measured the Clouds
  • Jan Fabre, Man Who Measured the Clouds
  • Mark Luytens, Untitled (Self Portrait)
  • Mark Luytens, When I Leave Myself
  • Wim Delvoye, Tatooed Pigs

Exhibition
The World on Its Head: Contemporary Art from Belgium
2000 | San Francisco Art Institute

Interdisciplinary work by nine Belgian artists Christine Clinckx, Carl De Keyzer, Wil Delvoye, Honore D’O, Jan Fabre, Ann Veronica Janssens, Mark Luyten, Anne-Mie Van Kerkhoven and Angel Vergara.


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  • Exhibitions portcard
  • Sharon Lockhart, Goshogaoka
  • Sharon Lockhart, Goshogaoka
  • Sharon Lockhart, Maria de Souza with Fruits of the Island
  • Sharon Lockhart, Ikebana
  • Kelly Nipper, Test Carbonation
  • Kelly Nipper, Interval B
  • Kelly Nipper, Interval C
  • Kelly Nipper, Interval D
  • Kelly Nipper, Interval E

Exhibition
Sharon Lockhart + Kelly Nipper: Two Artists in Three Takes
2000 | San Francisco Art Institute

Lockhart and Nipper, each represented by three bodies of work in photography and video, share aesthetic sensibilities and a desire to choreograph their subjects.



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Artists’ Projects and Residencies
San Francisco Art Institute Artists Residencies and Exhibitions
2000 – 2004 | San Francisco Art Institute

When I was SFAI Director of Exhibitions, I oversaw residencies with artists from Belgium, Cuba, France, Israel, Korea, Slovenia, and the United States, and curated many of their projects and exhibitions.


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Lynn Hershman, Roberta Breitmore

Exhibitions
The Anderson Window Gallery
1996-1998 | Walker Art Center

I co-curated four exhibitions for the Window Gallery, a focus gallery in the Walker’s permanent collection, that explored specific artists, works of art and movements, inviting visitors to see the curatorial processes through its glass facade.

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Exhibition & Artist Residency
Dorit  Cypis
Backstage at the Walker:
An Archaeology of the Permanent Collection

1995-1996 | Walker Art Center

I worked with Dorit Cypis on the encore presentation of this interactive environment at the Walker Art Center.


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  • Jon Winnet and Margaret Crane
  • Annie Bray and Molly Cleator
  • Jon Winnet and Margaret Crane
  • Jon Winnet and Margaret Crane
  • Renee Edgington and Matt Francis
  • Renee Edgington and Matt Francis
  • Daniel J. Martinez/Renee Petropoulos/Roger White (MPW)
  • Daniel J. Martinez/Renee Petropoulos/Roger White (MPW)
  • Daniel J. Martinez/Renee Petropoulos/Roger White (MPW)
  • Daniel J. Martinez/Renee Petropoulos/Roger White (MPW)
  • May Sun and Richard Wyatt
  • May Sun and Richard Wyatt

Exhibition
Collaborations: Inside the Armory/Out On the Street
1994 | ARMORY CENTER FOR THE ARTS, PASADENA

This project included five collaborative artists’ teams who exhibited work inside the Armory and did site-specific projects on the streets of Pasadena.



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