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Takeshi Murata’s “Midnight” at Ratio 3 Reviewed on Artforum

I reviewed Takeshi Murata’s solo exhibition “Midnight” at Ratio 3 in San Francisco for Artforum’s Critics’ Picks section. Teaser below, full article here Takeshi Murata’s latest animation, OM Rider, 2013, is dark, funny, and perhaps […]

December 5, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Review of Gretchen Bender’s “Tracking the Thrill” at the Kitchen in the Wire, December 2013

I wrote a review of the Kitchen‘s stunning solo exhibition “Tracking the Thrill” for video and installation artist Gretchen Bender in the December issue of the Wire. Teaser below, and the full thing can be […]

November 26, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Erin Shirreff: Lake at YBCA

My very first project for YBCA opens this Friday, March 1st. I will be presenting the work Lake by New York-based artist Erin Shirreff. Lake will be on view through June 30, 2013 in YBCA’s […]

February 25, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Music video for Medved’s “Early” by Yoshi Sodeoka

Artist Yoshi Sodeoka directed this music video for Medved’s “Early” which appeared on the Archives I tape. Check it out!

August 29, 2012 · Leave a Comment
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – Resolution
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – Resolution
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – Dawn [Remastered]
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra – Birds Of Fire
  • photo from Tumblr

    I wrote an essay and contributed to the roundtable conversation for the online exhibition catalog for Sean Raspet’s “Untitled (Registration/PIN: G0009296/78GY76DM; G0009297/99ER43TB; G0009298/39ZL54SJ)” at New Galerie in NYC, curated by Alexander Benenson. For the project, Sean covered all the surfaces in the gallery with SelectaDNA, a synthetic DNA product that is commercially used as an anti-theft and security device. The product adheres to the skin of gallery visitors, allowing them to be tracked back to first contact. The project asks urgent questions about surveillance, tracking, forensic science, genetics….It’s an important show. The exhibit opened this past weekend and will be up until May 9th, check it out and read the catalog! (via Digital Catalog)