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Dylan Gauthier is a Brooklyn-based artist who works through a research-based and collaborative practice centered on experiences of nature, architecture, landscape, and social change in a time of ecological crisis. Gauthier is a founder of the boat-building and eco-art publishing collective Mare Liberum and of the Sunview Luncheonette, a co-op for art, politics, and communalism in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. His individual and collective projects have been exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne (Paris), Parrish Art Museum, CCVA at Harvard University (Cambridge), the 2016 Biennial de Paris (Beirut), the Center for Architecture (New York), The International Studio and Curatorial Program (NY), EFA Project Space, and other venues in the US and abroad.  His writings about art and public space have been published by Contemporary Art Stavanger, Parrish Art Museum, Urban Omnibus, Art in Odd Places, and Routledge/Public Art Dialogue, among others. In 2015 he was the NEA-supported Ecological Artist-in-Residence at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP); in 2016 he was a Socrates Sculpture Park Emerging Artist Fellow (NY), and this year he is the inaugural Artist-in-Residence at the Brandywine River Conservancy and Museum of Art, where his solo project highwatermarks is on view from October 2017 to January 2018. He co-curated (with Kendra Sullivan) the exhibition Resistance After Nature at Haverford College in spring of 2017. Gauthier received his MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College, CUNY (‘12), and teaches courses on emerging media and expanded cinema in the Department of Film and Media Studies at Hunter College, and ecological design in the School of Design Studies at Parsons/The New School.


As an artist, educator, and organizer, my practice bridges video, sound, publication and sculpture, inviting collaborations with the public and with other artists and thinkers working in the public realm. Thematically, my work explores openings in the built environment and examines our relationship to ecology through technology, producing new interactions with overlooked or neglected spaces, and creating new architectures of desire. Drawing on the architectural practices of Lebbeus Woods, Frederick Kiesler, the Anarchitecture Group, and Vito Acconci (with whom I studied at Brooklyn College), among others, my work functions as intervention in and disruption of the limitations placed on social behaviors by both the infrastructures and the strictures of the built environment, and investigates the work of the artist as cultural producer alongside such paradigms as open source, citizen science, and the sharing economy.

My primary focus is on expanded forms of sculpture and architecture (nomadic, temporary, social) and collective practices that support open culture, mutual aid, and utopian visioning.  I am influenced by aesthetic materials that also function as social activators; that disrupt assumptions about art by sometimes having a ‘use’ and a ‘purpose’ beyond their exchange value; that through collaboration, research, and sense-based practices advocate for a more just and intuitive world, affect policy, and create social change; that invite us to occupy or inhabit spaces (literal and metaphorical) that once were off-limits or out-of-bounds. Collaboration with other artists has been a central component of my practice, beginning with my background in experimental theater in Northern California and in New York City in the early 2000s.  Since then, I have worked with the Sam Gould as a collaborator on Red76 and as a frequent contributor to museum projects and the occasional publication Journal of Radical Shimming. I also collaborate extensively with my wife and partner, the artist and poet Kendra Sullivan, with whom I co-founded the Sunview Luncheonette, a social club, art and community space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and with our artist/boatbuilding collective Mare Liberum, which I co-founded in 2007.

Mare Liberum utilizes old and new media channels to engage the public in a discussion around the uses of the city’s waterways and address water-based environmental crises. We have created artistic work in the form of hand­crafted, human-­propelled boats, modeled after historic boat shapes.  Each boat the collective designs, builds, documents, and propagates through print and online publications, functions as an expanded social practice – a sculpture that creates a new public around the fabrication of a functional art object.  Most recently, we led a group of climate justice activists down 160 miles of the Hudson River for SeaChange (2014), and turned Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center into a fountain as part of the exhibition Mare Liberum: or, The Other Island at the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts in 2015.

In a similar mode, I have organized projects to connect farms to urban food deserts (Green my Bodega, 2009), harness underutilized urban spaces as a temporary public sphere (the Empty Vessel Project, 2005; Floating Academy at the Walker Art Center, 2009; SeaWorthy, 2011; SeaChange, 2014; Or, the Other Island, 2015) and promote equality by giving voice to underrepresented regional histories (the ACLU Mississippi Oral History Video Archive, 2010; Fortune Society Video with Center for Urban Pedagogy, 2010, Southern Writers Reading Room in Jackson, Mississippi, 2010, and Kosovo Reading Room in Kosovo and New York City, 2012).  I am interested in artistic production as a form of specialized research, and in the license given to artists to explore, adventure, document and question the world and our place within it.

In 2016-2017 I worked on creating a body of work around electromagnetic fields and water ecology of the Flushing Creek in Queens for a project to be included in the exhibition chance ecologies at the Queens Museum in the fall, 2016.  What Wilderness: Archive, is an artist book, website, and exhibition/performance project that makes use of the Newtown Creek, an EPA Superfund site in New York City, as a reflection on issues particular to ecological crises in the Anthropocene. The project is also a toolkit that demonstrates how we as artists can begin to depict such ecologically precarious zones – public, active, and deeply damaged – and asks, “With what language?”  The project is an evolution of the project What Wilderness: 9 Conversations on Ecology, Abstraction and the Anthropocene and invites works and contributions by the projector’s original contributors/collaborators.

In 2015/16, while in residence at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP), I built a small boat out of plywood and equipped it with sampling and recording devices to explore the edges, depths and surface of an EPA Superfund site, the Newtown Creek. The devices included an underwater LIDAR imager, cameras and hydrophones, and a radio transmitter to stream data and audio back to shore. For a month, I invited a guest to accompany me on the water each day at 7 am, to speak with me about ecology and representation in relation to their work and the surrounding “post-natural” wilderness. We discussed nature, abstraction, community, the idea of wilderness, ecocriticism, as well as our personal stake as artists and concerned citizens in the future of Newtown Creek. As a site of ecological crisis, the Newtown Creek stood in for other compromised wilderness sites, from Chernobyl to Hanford to the Gulf, and allowed for reflection on the broader crises through which we are currently living. The project also investigated the problem of representation and communication of these crises: how do we depict, record, broadcast, and otherwise represent such toxic places without falling into the patterns of aestheticization or normalization which compromise our understanding of the complexity and severity of these localized ecological disasters?  Among my interlocutors were: the scholar Una Chaudhuri, environmental artists Brie Ruais, Aviva Rahmani, Marina Zurkow, Mary Walling Blackburn, Ellie Irons, and Christopher Kennedy, Newtown Creek Alliance organizer Willis Elkins, community organizer and publisher Sam Gould, poet Maureen McLane, Freshkills Park curator Mariel Villére, and activist and organizer Mark Read.

The combined knowledge base of these experts, artists, scholars, organizers, and writers was recorded in snippets that will, themselves, open up many new conversations and questions about what we can do, as artists, creators, and citizens.  These interviews became part of a single channel video installation (What Wilderness: 9 Conversations on Ecology, Abstraction, and the Anthropocene) combining field recordings and audio from the interviews, which was shown in International Studio and Curatorial Program’s exhibition and publication Aqueous Earth (curated and edited by Kari Conte) in 2016.


Selected Talks, Publications, Exhibitions


Group Exhibition: Hors Pistes: Traversées, curated by Géraldine Gomez, Centre Pompidou – Musée national d’art moderne, Paris, France

Solo Exhibition: highwatermarks, Brandywine River Museum of Art, PA

Co-curator, with Kendra Sullivan: Resistance After Nature, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, PA

Group Exhibition: con•tin•u•ums (time beyond lifetimes), curated by Patrick Jaojoco, New York, NY

Co-curator, with Mariel Villere: Freshkills Park Fieldworks R/D session, New York, NY


Fellowship/Group Exhibition: Socrates Sculpture Park, Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition, New York

Solo Exhibition: highwatermarks, Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art, Chadd’s Ford, PA

Public Art Project: Biennial de Paris 2016, Beirut, Lebanon

Public Art Project (curatorial): Freshkills Park, Staten Island, New York

Group Exhibition: Radical Seafaring, curated by Andrea Grover, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York

Group Exhibition: Chance Ecologies, curated by Catherine Grau, Nathan Kensinger, Stephen Zacks, Queens Museum, New York

Group Exhibition: HUNKS, Egyptian Art & Antiques, Los Angeles, CA

Group Exhibition: Interposed, PC4Yonkers, organized by Brooke Singer’s New Media Junior Seminar, Yonkers, NY

Group Exhibition (collective – Sunview Luncheonette): Authenticity and Innovation, Center for Architecture, New York.

Panel: A Blade of Grass: Aesthetics of Doing – Tangible Utopia, organized by Mary Mattingly, The 8th Floor, New York

Panel: Urban Interventions, organized by Filip Stabrowski, LaGuardia Community College Urban Studies Conference

Publication: A Guide to the Harmonized System, essay, edited by Marina Zurkow, published by punctum books, New York

Publication: Radical Seafaring (Exhibition Catalog – essays by Sasha Archibald, Alexander Dumbadze, Christopher French, Dylan Gauthier, Andrea Grover, Terrie Sultan)

Residency: Art+Environment Artist in Residence (2016-17), highwatermarks, Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art

Residency: LMCC Process Space on Governor’s Island, New York, New York (July – October)

Residency: Montello Foundation, Montello, NV (October)

Residency: Contemporary Art Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway (October)

Residency: Blue Mountain Center, New York, Focus Residency (organizer): Toward an Urban Commons

Co-organizer / Residency: Constructing the Urban Commons, Blue Mountain Center, Blue Mountain Lake, New York

Press: New York Times, Radical Seafaring Reviewed (cover image)

Press: Orion Magazine, Aqueous Earth Reviewed (mention)

Teaching: History and Theory of Emerging Media (IMA702), Graduate – Hunter College, MFA Program, Department of Film and Media Studies


Solo Exhibition (collective): Mare Liberum… Or, The Other Island, curated by James Voorhies, CCVA/Harvard, Cambridge, MA

Group Exhibition: Accompaniment, curated by Kendra Sullivan and Kari Cwynar, EFA Project Space, New York

Group Exhibition: aqueous earth, curated by Kari Conte, International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York

Group Exhibition: Chance Ecologies, curated by Catherine Grau, Nathan Kensinger, Stephen Zacks, Radiator Arts, New York

Artist Project (collective): Mare Liberum: DIY Environmentalism, Haverford College, Haverford, PA

Artist Project: What Wilderness: 9 Conversations on Ecology, Abstraction, and the Anthropocene, ISCP, New York

Artist Talk: Critical Making Seminar, Center for the Humanities, Haverford College, Haverford, PA

Artist Talk: Iheap (Institut des Hautes Études en Arts Plastiques), Two Talks – Paris and New York

Artist Talk, with Mare Liberum: Mare Liberum – Or, The Other Island, CCVA, Harvard

Panelist: Art in Odd Places, Waking Up: The Re-Sensitization of Civic Space, City Harvest Summit, New York

Panelist: Periphery, (The Edge Becomes the Center: An Oral History of Gentrification), Van Alen Institute, New York

Panelist: French Theory: (in-)visuality: French Theory Now, w/ Alexandre Gurita, Steven Henry Madoff, Jean-Luc Nancy, Steven Rand, Giovanni Tusa, Apex Art

Panelist: New Museum Ideas City, Art in Odd Places – Recall, 11 Years of Art in Odd Places, New York

Workshop, with Red76: Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art, Weisman Museum, Minneapolis

Publication: “Networked Monumental: site, production, distributed publics — online, and in everyday life,” Public Art Dialogue

Publication: with Katie Bachler, Scott Berzofsky, Sam Gould (Red 76): Journal of Radical Shimming: Radical Domesticity.

Publication: “Toward the Community Supported Art Space,” in Greater Brooklyn.

Publication: Of Memory and Legibility on 14th Street, Art in Odd Places Thinker in Residence Report, Art in Odd Places Blog

Residency, with Red76: Learn to Read Art: A Surviving History of Printed Matter, NYU 80WSE Gallery

Residency: NEA Art & Ecology Residency, International Studio and Curatorial Program, Brooklyn, NY

Residency: Blue Mountain Center, Blue Mountain Lake, NY

Grant: Trust for Mutual Understanding, Private Nationalism at Knockdown Center (co-organized with Matej Vakula and Ashley Clark)

Grant: Slovakian Ministry of Culture, Green Community (with Matej Vakula)

Grant: Citizens Committee for New York City, for Sunview Luncheonette, Brooklyn, NY

Organized talk: Alan W. Moore with Stephen Zacks – Occupation Culture & Making Room, at Sunview Luncheonette, Brooklyn, NY

Organized screening: Marty Lucas, Tighten Your Belts, Bite the Bullet, at Sunview Luncheonette, Brooklyn, NY

Co-organizer of seminar series: Politics, Policy and the Arts, at CUNY Hunter College (speakers: Tania Bruguera, Dread Scott, Susan Crile, A.K. Burns, Miguel Gutierrez, Daniel Heyman, others)

Press: Hyperallergic, Jillian Steinhauer, “Artistic Encounters with Our Toxic Waters”

Press: Hyperallergic, Heather Kapplow, “A Brooklyn Artist Collective Builds a Boat in Boston” (mare liberum)

Press: Big Red & Shiny, Ali Reid, “A building session with Mare Liberum” (mare liberum)

Press: Hakai Magazine, Danny Lewis, “The Paper Boats of Troy, New York” (mare liberum)

Press: Boston Globe (BetaBoston), Elizabeth Preston, “Boats bring citizen science to the Mystic River” (mare liberum)

Press: Brooklyn Magazine, Paul D’Augostino, “Good Questions (From) All Over: Open Studios at ISCP”


Co-curator: Art in Odd Places Festival 2014: FREE (with Juliana Driever), New York

Co-organizer: Utopia School, Flux Factory, Queens

Group Exhibition: Correspondence – Works and Writings Between New York City, Hudson and Catskill, Publication Studio, Catskill

Public Art Project: SeaChange – We All Live Downstream (organized with Mare Liberum and 350.org)

Artist Project, with Red76:  “_______” Society Library, Printed Matter Art Book Fair at PS1 MoMA, NY

Artist Talk: Open Engagement, Queens Museum of Art, Queens

Panel: Making Spaces: Urban Interventionism & the Commons, with Thiago Carrapatoso, Sarah Nelson Wright, Mia Kang, New York

Panel: Making It Happen: The Lifecycle Of Strategies, Funding, Partnerships, organized by Beatrice Glow, with Art Jones, Martha Wilson, Lee Murphy Wolf. Floating Library/The Lilac, New York

Panel Organizer/Panelist: Networked Monumental: Immemorial-Cloud-Object, but IRL.  Panelists: Angela Washko, Sara Reisman, Tim Portlock, Morehshin Allahyari. Sculpture City Saint Louis, StL, MO. (Keynote: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer)

Publication: “Planning the Unplanned, wth Urban Planner Daniel Campo,” Urban Omnibus, November 12, 2014.

Publication: Emptyfull #1, #2, #3 & #4, #5, #6 – Self-published photobook series

Publication: Between spaces – Self-published photobook

Publication: Mare Liberum, broadsheet #8: SeaChange: We All Live Downstream, design by Partner & Partners

Teaching: Understanding New Media, CUNY Hunter College, New York

Teaching: Architectures of Desire, Utopia School, Flux Factory, Queens

Award: Wave Farm/NYSCA Media Arts Grant, awarded for Fabric/Fragment of An Urban Wilderness (2013)

Residency: The “_______” Public Library, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Press: Hyperallergic, Claire Voon, “Artists Paddle Around Manhattan” (mare liberum)

Press: The Indypendent, Anon, “Six Ways to Raise a Ruckus” (mare liberum)


Exhibition: About, With & For, curated by Juliana Driever, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA

Exhibition: Spring/Break, Old School curated by Angela Conant, New York

Artist Project: Creative Time Summit Tours – Toward a North Brooklyn Wilderness Corridor, Brooklyn

Guest Artist: Poet’s House, with Mare Liberum, New York

Co-curator/Organizer/Publisher: Private Line, (reading, performance, and publication series), with Macgregor Card, Megan Ewing, Kendra Sullivan, Brooklyn

Publication: Mare Liberum, broadsheet #7: What Is This Hidden Wilderness? design by Partner & Partners

Publication: Private Line #4: Amadon, Barber, Ides

Residency: Blue Mountain Center, Adirondacks, New York

Residency/Award: The Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada

Press: Bad at Sports, Juliana Driever, “Artist Profile: Mare Liberum”

Press: All that We’ve Met, Pauline Pechin, “Dylan Gauthier craves the quiet of winter”

Press: Narrative.ly profile, Lorraine Boissonaeult (mare liberum)


Solo Exhibition: Kosovo Reading Room / This is (an) a front (with Red 76), Uncanny Valley, New York / Stacion, Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina, Kosovo.

Group Exhibition: Leisure Work, Wassaic Project Festival, Wassaic, NY

Group Exhibition: Floating Through, Boats & Boating in Contemporary Art, curator Emmett Smitt, Antique Boat Museum, Clayton, NY

Group Exhibition, with Red76: Art, Action, Environment, curated by Radhika Subramaniam. Parsons, the New School, New York

Co-curator/Organizer/Publisher: Private Line, with Macgregor Card, Megan Ewing, Kendra Sullivan, Brooklyn

Founder/Organizer: The Sunview Lunchnet, Brooklyn

Artist Project: PsyGeoConflux Festival at New York University, Steinhardt School, New York

Artist Project, with Red76: Printed Matter Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, with Red 76 (Installation and Publication)

Workshop: “Hacking the Free Seas,” World Maker Faire New York, Flushing Park, Queens

Publication: Mare Liberum, broadsheet #6: Le Massicot – On Paper Canoes

Publication: Journal of Radical Shimming #14 and #15 (Red76)

Publication: Open Field (exhibition catalogue) Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

Residency: Antique Boat Museum, Clayton, New York (with Mare Liberum)

Residency: Uncanny Valley, Long Island City, New York

Press: North Country Public Radio. Todd Moe, “Down the St. Lawrence in a paper boat” (mare liberum)

Press: The Village Voice, Martha Schwendener, “Contemp. Boat Artists Float Their Ideas” (mare liberum)

Press: Vice Magazine, Dan Glass, “Dredging the World of New York City’s Waterways” (mare liberum)


Group Exhibition: I’m Searching for Field Character, curated by James Voorhies, BfOC, MassMoCA, North Adams, MA

Group Exhibition: Deep/Shallow, curated by Angela Conant, Gowanus Studio Space, Brooklyn

Guest Artist: Printed Matter Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, with Red76, LIC, NY

Guest Artist/Lecturer: Down the Gowanus – The Canary Project, Parsons College of Art and Design, NY (U – N – F – O – L – D Exhibition, curated by Radhika Subramaniam)

Artist Project: Dawn School, Bureau for Open Culture, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA

Co-curator: Sea Worthy, EFA Project Space and Flux Factory, New York

Co-organizer: Heterotopias – Video Screening @ Old School Night, New York

Guest Artist: Bartleby’s Pen (Red76), Artist Adventurers and Chance, BfOC, MASS MoCA, MA

Guest Artist: Irons in the Fire, curated by James Voorhies, Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH

Panelist: Art in Odd Places / Urban Design Week, panel curated by Juliana Driever

Organized Panel with Mary Mattingly, Swoon, Constance Hockaday – “SeaWorthy,” EFA Project Space, New York

Publication: Mare Liberum, broadsheet #4: Héterotopies

Publication: Adven–ture: A Book of Chance Fragments (with Kendra Sullivan), Bureau for Open Culture

Residency: Bureau for Open Culture @ MassMOCA, North Adams, MA

Press: AM New York, Emily Hulme

Press: New York Times, Melena Ryzik (SeaWorthy/Connie Hockaday’s Boatel)

Press: Brooklyn Rail, review of SeaWorthy

Press: TreeHugger, review of SeaWorthy


Group Exhibition: Your Third Eye is a Dictator, Gowanus Studio Space, New York

Artist Project/Performance: Transcendental Headphone/Hypnosis, Gowanus Studio Space, Brooklyn

Artist Project: Dawn School @ School of the Future, organized by Cassie Thornton & Christopher Kennedy, New York

Artist Project with Red76: Floating Academy, Anywhere Anyplace Academy, Open Field @ Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

Artist Project, with Mare Liberum: Going Places, Doing Stuff (organized by Marie Lorenz and Flux Factory), New York

Guest Artist: The Albertine Mysteries (The Sweet Cheat), Yonkers, NY, organized by Jeff Stark

Residency: Center For Contemporary Art (CCA), Santa Fe

Residency, with Red76: The Walker Art Center, Open Field, Minneapolis

Publication: Journal of Radical Shimming #9 (Red76)

Publication: Mare Liberum, Broadsheets #2 and #3

Grant: FEAST, “Green My Bodega” (with Elizabeth Knafo)

Press: Wall Street Journal, Julie Platner, “Mystery Tour” (mare liberum)


Group Exhibition: Medium of Exchange, Hunter College Black Box, New York

Group Exhibition: ‘Beyond a Memorable Fancy,’ with Mare Liberum, curated by Michelle Levy.  EFA Project Space, New York, with Panel discussion with Graffiti Research Labs, Chen Tamir, J. Oleson.

Group Exhibition: Hunter IMA/MFA Spring Show, Hunter College, New York

Guest Lecturer: Descent to Revolution (with Red76), Bureau for Open Culture, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, OH

Guest Lecturer: Art and Ecology Summit, organized by CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities, Governor’s Island, NY

Artist Project: Gowanus Toxiphon, Issue Project Room, Brooklyn

Artist Project, with Red76: Surplus Seminar (Anywhere/Anyplace Academy, S.S. Temporary), curated by James Voorhies/Bureau for Open Culture, Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH

Artist Project: An Ethnography of the ACLU Mississippi, Jackson, MS

Publication: Battery Republic edition of the Journal of Radical Shimming (#5), Red76 and Creative Time

Publication: Mare Liberum, Broadsheet #3: The Gowanus and the Newtown Creek

Residency, with Red76: Bureau for Open Culture @ C.C.A.D., Columbus, OH


Group Exhibition: Off The Grid, curated by Galen Joseph Hunter and Tianna Kennedy, Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, NY (with Mare Liberum)

Guest Artist: Mysteries of Paris (Pt2) directed by Normandy Raven Sherwood and Dylan Latimer, Ontological-Hysteric Theater, NY

Guest Artist: Going Places, Doing Stuff (organized by Jean Barberis and Flux Factory), NY

Guest Artist: Swimming Cities (project by Swoon), Deitch Projects, NY

Guest Artist: The Battery Republic by Red76 for “Democracy in America” exhibition curated by Creative Time, 68th Street Armory, NY

Screening: Black Brel (series: Out of Order) Monkey Town, Brooklyn

Press: New York Times, Andy Newman, “Ship of Freethinkers Hemmed In by Landlords”

Press: Brooklyn Rail, James Trimarco, “More than a Pretty View” (July-Aug ‘08)


Co-curator: SilenceArtist Responses to 4’33”, with Galen Joseph Hunter, Gigantic ArtSpace, NY

Curator: Special ReconnaissanceGeography, Radical Cartographies, Landscape, Gigantic ArtSpace, NY

Press: The Wire, Alan Licht: review of Silence

Press: Rhizome.org, Marisa Olson: “The Many Sounds of Silence”


Artist Project/Performance: Tent City/ies, Glowlab PsyGeoConflux Festival, Brooklyn

Artist Project/Performance: Bird of Fire, with Haley Hughes, No_Space, Brooklyn

Curatorial Assistant: The Golden Hour – Art on Film, with Erin Donnelly and Susanna Cole, Gigantic ArtSpace, NY

Curator: The Roving Eye – Young Australian Artists, Gigantic ArtSpace, NY

Curatorial Assistant: Object Lessons – Cal Arts Graduate Thesis Exhibition, with Tom Leeser, Gigantic ArtSpace, NY

Curatorial Assistant: DRIFT – Lee Ranaldo and Leah Singer, co-curated with Lea Rekow, Gigantic ArtSpace, NY

Curatorial Assistant: Negativlandland – Mark Hosler, co-curated with Lea Rekow, Gigantic ArtSpace, NY

Residency, with Dome Theater: No≠Gallery, (Bushwick) Brooklyn



2017 Parsons School of Design Strategies / The New School

Part-Time Lecturer, First Year Sustainable Systems, Integrative Seminar, Liquid Cities (undergraduate)

2009-Present Hunter College, City University of New York

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Film and Media Studies

  • Graduate and Undergraduate Classes: Advanced Web Projects, Media+Policy+Rights in a Digital Age, Understanding New Media, History and Theory of Emerging Media, Emerging Media 1
  • Wrote curriculum for Media, Policy, Rights in the Digital Age, cross-listed in the Public Policy Program, Human Rights Program, and the Film & Media IMA Graduate Program, Advanced Web Projects, and Beyond the Infographic: Building Data Narratives (pending), History and Theory of Emerging Media.
  • Co-organized Student and Faculty Seminar in Arts, Policy, and Human Rights, Fall 2015, Politics, Policy and the Arts, co-organized with Howard Singerman, Susan Crile, Rebecca Connor, Gabe Kruis, Fay Rosenfeld, Jack Rosenthal, Harold Holzer, Maura Nguyen Donohue
  • Film 150 & 160, Film and Media in a Digital Age
  • Media 180, Introduction to Media Studies, co-taught with Professor Stuart Ewen.

Digital Policy and Programming Fellow, Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College

Research Fellow: Digital Media, CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities

2009-2010 Old Westbury College, State University of New York

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of American Studies

  • Intro to Media and Journalism, New Media Newsroom, History of Mass Media


Cities, Art and Catastrophe, Parsons School of Design / The New School (undergrad. – Radhika Subramaniam)

MFA Transdisciplinary Design, Parsons School of Design / The New School (graduate – John Roach)

Artist as Social Space, institut des hautes études en arts plastiques (iheap), Paris and New York (post-graduate)

Digital Design, NYU Tisch School of the Arts (undergrad. – Jeff Stark)

Art and Environment, Parsons, the New School (graduate – Radhika Subramaniam)

Irons in the Fire, Columbus College of Art and Design (undergrad. – James Voorhies)

Social Practice, California College of the Arts (graduate – Sam Gould)

Integrative Studio 1: Memory, Parsons/The New School (undergrad. – Yana Dimitrova)

Back to the Land and DIY Environmentalism, Haverford College, Haverford, PA (undergrad. Joshua Moses)

MFA Critique: Guest Critic, DiAP, City College, New York (Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice)


2012 M.F.A., Integrated Media Arts, Hunter College, City University of New York

2004 B.A., French Literature & Linguistics, California State University, Chico, California

2002 Université de Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France

1999 Université D’Aix-Marseille III, Aix-en-Provence, France