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BIO, STATEMENT, CV

BIO

Laura Splan is a New York City based transdisciplinary artist working at the intersections of Science, Technology, and Culture. Her research-based studio practice and collaborations with scientists culminate in multimedia exhibitions that reframe artifacts of the posthuman landscape to unravel entanglements of natural and built systems. She creates embodied encounters that leverage sensations of tactility, beauty, light, and sound to engage audiences with complexity through curiosity, wonder, and play. Recent exhibitions have included immersive multisensory experiences, interactive installations, networked devices, participatory sculptures, and intimately scaled objects—all constructed with poetically considered materialities. Her companion lectures and workshops unpack the conceptual layers and timely themes of her work while providing insight into the laboratory techniques, specialized software, and textiles methods that she uses in the studio.

Laura Splan is a New York City based transdisciplinary artist working at the intersections of Science, Technology, and Culture. Her research-based studio practice and collaborations with scientists culminate in multimedia exhibitions that reframe artifacts of the posthuman landscape to unravel entanglements of natural and built systems. She creates embodied encounters that leverage sensations of tactility, beauty, light, and sound to engage audiences with complexity through curiosity, wonder, and play. Recent exhibitions have included immersive multisensory experiences, interactive installations, networked devices, participatory sculptures, and intimately scaled objects—all constructed with poetically considered materialities. Her companion lectures and workshops unpack the conceptual layers and timely themes of her work while providing insight into the laboratory techniques, specialized software, and textiles methods that she uses in the studio.

Splan’s internationally recognized artworks and exhibitions have been presented at the Brooklyn Museum (NYC), Musea Brugge (Bruges), Museum of Arts & Design (NYC), Centre d’Art Santa Mònica (Barcelona), Pioneer Works (NYC), SÍM (Reykjavík), Galerie FOFA (Montréal), and The Nobel Prize Museum at Liljevalchs (Stockholm). Her work is represented in the collections of Thoma Art Foundation and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Her thematic art commissions include projects for the CDC Museum in association with The Smithsonian Institution (Washington D.C.), Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium (NY), and Bruges Triennial. Reviews and articles including her work have appeared in The New York Times, Nature, Wired, BOMB, Discover, and Frieze. She has been featured in artist profiles on Science Friday and Voice of America. Publications featuring her artwork include “The Routledge Companion to Biology in Art & Architecture,” “Radical Fiber: Threads Connecting Art and Science”, and "Life Eternal" published by The Nobel Prize Museum. Her published writing of artist essays and short stories appear in publications including Art Practical as well as “Possibles” published by the International Symposium on Electronic Art. Her contributions to new media art have garnished numerous awards including Best Female Director (Toronto Indie Filmmakers Festival), Best Experimental Film (Seoul International Short Film Festival), Wave Farm Media Arts Assistance Fund for Artists Grant, Unnamed Fund Genesis Community Grant, Herringer Prize for Excellence in Art, Eklind Fellowship, and a Cadogan Fine Arts Fellowship. Her research has been supported by the Simons Foundation, NEW INC at the New Museum, Jerome Foundation, Institute for Electronic Arts, Harvestworks, Vermont Studio Center, Beall Center for Art + Technology, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and a National Endowment for the Arts Digital Arts Fellowship.

As an interdisciplinary collaborator, her research-based studio practice includes working with scientists, technicians, and engineers in both industry and academia. She was a member of the New Museum’s NEW INC “Creative Science” incubator imagining creative applications for science and technology. As a Bioartist-in-Residence at the Philadelphia Science Center, she collaborated with scientists to interrogate interspecies entanglements and invisible labor in biotechnology. She is currently exploring virtual representations of molecular systems with theoretical biophysicist Adam Lamson for “Sticky Settings”, a project supported by the Simons Foundation. As a NEW INC Artist-in-Residence at EY, she is collaborating with engineers to develop extended reality artworks that reveal “virtual residues” persisting in the physical world while exploring possibilities for new materially liminal experiences.

As a speaker, Splan’s artist talks and lectures have been presented by the Frontiers of Science Institute, University of Connecticut Humanities Institute, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Concordia University, and the Anderson Endowed Lecture Series at Pennsylvania State University. She was the keynote speaker for the Digital Fabrication Symposium at the University of North Texas presenting her lecture “Bits & Pieces: Material Epistemologies & Digital Fabrication”. Her artist talk, “Syndemic Sublime,” was co-presented by the New Museum and Science Sandbox for NEW INC’s “Radical Evolution.” Splan has been a featured guest on MicrobeTV, hosted by Dr. Vincent Racaniello of Columbia University, SciArt Initiative’s LunchBreak series hosted by Julia Buntaine, and the Sound and Vision podcast hosted by artist Brian Alfred. She has participated in panel discussions and roundtables at the Brooklyn Museum, SciFoo at Google’s Headquarters in Silicon Valley, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona.

As an educator, Splan has held academic appointments at Stanford University, teaching interdepartmental Art courses to Engineering, Computer Science, Biology, Math, as well as Art majors. As an artist-in-residence, she has taught academic seminars at the University of Maine and Illinois State University. Her public workshops have been hosted by the Fredrickson Family Innovation Lab, Tang Teaching Museum, and Coalesce Center for Biological Arts. Splan was a Digital Arts Fellow supported by the National Endowment for the Arts at AS220 Industries, where she taught creative coding and physical computing workshops. She has been a studio practice advisor for both independent artists and students at San Francisco Art Institute, California College of Art, and Arts Council England. She has volunteered as a computer literacy instructor for underserved Brooklyn communities at Imani House and as a professional practices mentor at NEW INC at the New Museum.

As a curator, Splan has produced new media art projects, including “Stimulus Transmit”, a moving image series that premiered on San Francisco public access television in 1997. During that time, she provided volunteer production support for COYOTE Street Wise, a public access television show on body politics hosted by Carol Queen and Margo St. James. She has been a visiting critic at numerous institutions, including The Crit Lab and UNC Chapel Hill. She has served on selection committees for the Biodesign Challenge and ACRE Residency. Her recent curatorial projects have included interdisciplinary programming and exhibitions for Creative Tech Week, as well as her experimental project space Plexus Projects where she curates “GUI/GOOEY”, an ongoing series of group exhibitions exploring digital representations of biological forms.

Laura Splan lives and works near several superfund sites in a building that has been both a pharmaceutical factory and a knitting factory and is now an elaborate interactive installation for a domestic cat.

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NEW INC
Simons Foundation
Thoma Foundation
Triënnale Brugge
uCity Science Center
Harvestworks
Jerome Foundation
IEA Residency
Pioneer Works
Museum of Arts and Design
New York Hall of Science (NYSCI)
The Nobel Prize Museum

STATEMENT

My creative practice functions as experimental and investigative, narrative and performative, culturally situated and personal. I challenge delineations of Art, Design, and Craft to disrupt categories of knowledge production with interdisciplinary artworks and exhibitions. My projects and engagement examine cultural intersections of Science and Technology to reveal their shared inheritance and imagine their entangled future.

My creative practice functions as experimental and investigative, narrative and performative, culturally situated and personal. I challenge delineations of Art, Design, and Craft to disrupt categories of knowledge production with interdisciplinary artworks and exhibitions. My projects and engagement examine cultural intersections of Science and Technology to reveal their shared inheritance and imagine their entangled future.

RECURSIVE SPELLS
Drawing upon history, theory, and philosophy, I unravel the sociopolitical matrices that enshroud Science by reframing the Technology with which it is done. My interrogations of digital and computational translations of the biological world unveil cultural constructions of Nature that are baked into scientific tools, communication, and protocols. With a perspective informed by feminist technoscience, I examine recursive relationships among tactility and detail in craft, interface and sensory experience in technology, and representations of the micro and macro in science. The techniques and processes embedded in my work offer ways in which the “recursive spell” of dominant paradigms can be disrupted and reoriented to imagine new possibilities for the future of our shared humanity.

LIMINAL BODIES
Using both traditional and experimental media, I reconsider representations of “bodies” to interrogate cultural constructions of “self “and “other” by creating liminal perceptions of each. Uncanny combinations of materials and processes invite investigation of detail, calling into question how things are made and what they are made of while eliciting subjective interpretation and speculation. I repurpose tools and artifacts of science to engage with them creatively and critically while searching for new possibilities. Past projects have reimagined uses for molecular visualization software, the fiber of laboratory animals, genetic sequences of viruses, human blood, medical devices, and scientific instrumentation.

POETIC CONFRONTATIONS
I use defamiliarization to democratize signifiers of “expertise” to draw disenfranchised individuals into conversations that affect the future of our shared humanity. From zoonotic diseases to transgenic vaccine development, understanding what it means to be “human” in the “natural world” is becoming increasingly complex. I reframe expansive biomedical issues with provocations of curiosity, wonder, and play to inspire critical thought about the role of science in our daily lives. I attempt to choreograph poetic confrontations with bodies and ecologies inside the gallery to foster deeper engagement with science outside the gallery with artworks that are topical yet timeless, accessible yet layered, by revealing beauty amongst chaos and resilience amidst crisis.

INTERCONNECTED SYSTEMS
My research-based practice often involves collaborations with scientists and residencies in laboratories to explore the interconnectedness of cultural and biological systems. Science often initially serves as a practical foundation grounded in sets of rules, principles, protocols, and even aesthetics, only to emerge as a protagonist within the narrative implications of the work. Conventions of beauty (symmetry, pattern, abstraction) and cues of comfort (textiles, handmade forms) frequently serve as a foil for more unsettling references to the fragility and complexity of our biomedical realities within technoscientific mechanisms.

new media artist Laura Splan in her Brooklyn studio

RESUME / CV

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EDUCATION

MFA Mills College

BA University of California Irvine

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2024 Metafrictions, NEW INC+EY Metaverse Lab Collaborations Preview, Onassis ONX, New York, NY

2023 Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium, Curator: Paul Rubery, Centerport, NY, A Guided Sublimation

2022 UTS Data Arena, Sydney, AU, Curator: Carmine Gentile, Aus Bioprinting Art Exhibition (w/Linda Dement)

2021 Tang Teaching Museum, Elevator Music Series, Saratoga Springs, NY, Curator: Rebecca McNamara, Rhapsody for an Expanded Biotechnological Apparatus

2020 BioBAT Art Space, Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, NY, Curators: Jeannine Bardo/Elena Soterakis, Unraveling

2019 Esther Klein Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Curator: Angela McQuillan, Conformations

2018 Occurrence Gallery, Montréal, QC, Curator: Lili Michaud, Embodied Objects

2017 NYU Langone Medical Center Art Gallery, New York, NY, Curator: Katherine Meehan, Manifest

2016 Grizzly Grizzly, Philadelphia, PA, Curators: Talia Greene/Amy Hicks, Raw Material (w/Gail Wight)

2015 Whitebox Art Center, New York, NY, Curator: Gale Elston, (Re)Create Artist Residency Award Exhibition (w/Ève K. Tremblay)

2014 Dose Projects Space, Brooklyn, NY, Meta Static

2011 Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY, Curator: Lisa Hatchadoorian, Reformulations

2009 Texas Woman’s University, West Gallery, Denton, TX, Curators: Susan kae Grant/Jana Perez/Vance Wingate, Body Politic

2008 Medicine Factory, Memphis, TN, Curator: Phillip Andrew Lewis, Negative Space

2007 International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, IL, Curator: Lindsey Thieman, Sympathetic Coordination

2006 New York Hall of Science, New York, NY, Curator: Cynthia Pannucci, Delicate Structures, Innate Forces

2005 Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA, Curator: Amy Stimmel, Domesticated Viscera

2004 Catharine Clark Gallery, Project Rooms, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Catharine Clark, Disbursement and Accumulation

2003 Adobe Bookshop, Windows, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Eleanor Harwood, Underneath

1999 Cellspace Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Heather L. Johnson, Marked Territories (w/Julia Babiarz)

1998 Milky World Gallery, Seattle, WA, Curator: De Kwok, Order/Disorder

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2024 Getty Pacific Standard Time: Art x Science Collide Series, Beall Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, CA, Curator: David Familian, Future Tense: Art, Complexity, and Predictability (Opens August 2024)

2024 CLIMAX, Madrid, ES, Curator: Raúl Asensio Díez (Opens April 24, 2024)

2023 Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, Curators: Branden W. Joseph/Drew Sawyer, Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines

2023 Wignall Museum, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Curator: Rebecca Trawick, Seeing the Unseen: Science + Art

2023 Telematic Media Arts, San Francisco, CA, Curators: Clark Buckner/Carla Gannis, Virtues and Vices

2022 The Nobel Prize Museum at Liljevalchs, Stockholm, SE, Curators: Clara Åhlvik/Magnus af Petersens, Life Eternal

2021 Bruges Triennial: TraumA, Bruges, BE, Curators: T. Borchert/S. De Waele/M. Dewilde/E. Wuyts, Commission for Musea Brugge O.L.V. ter Potterie: Disentanglement

2020 Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY, Curators: Robin Kang/Tali Hinkis, Metacognition

2019 David J. Sencer CDC Museum in association with The Smithsonian Institution, Atlanta, GA, Curator: Louise E. Shaw, The World Unseen: Intersections of Art & Science

2018 La Galerie FOFA, Montréal, QC, Curators: Kelly Thompson/WhiteFeather Hunter, Material Turn

2017 Thoma Art Foundation Art House, Santa Fe, NM, Code as Form

2016 Arena1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Curated by Christine Duval, CODE and NOISE

2015 Beall Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, CA, Curators: Madeline Schwartzman/David Familian, Objects of Wonder

2014 Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson, NC, Curators: A. M. Fox/D. R. Wessner/L. Newman/R. Gardner, Commission of new work for Re/Presenting HIV/AIDS

2013 Museum Kunst der Westküste, Föhr, DE, Curator: Thorsten Sadowsky, Handicraft: Material and Symbolism

2012 Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, Curator: Kristen Miller Zohn, Past is Present: Contemporary Approaches to Historical Decorative Arts & Design

2011 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), San Francisco, CA, Participatory Project by Stephanie Syjuco: Shadowshop

2010 Wignall Museum, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Curator: Jennifer Frias, Even Better Than the Real Thing: The Art of the Uncanny

2009 Jönköping County Museum, Jönköping, SE, Curators: O. von Busch/C. Åhlvik, Craftwerk 2.0

2008 Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR, Curators: Mara Holt Skov/Steven Skov Holt, Manuf®actured: The Conspicuous Transformation of Everyday Objects

2007 Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, Curator: David Revere McFadden, Pricked

2006 Art & Culture Center Of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL, Curator: Carrie McLaren/Stay Free! Magazine, Illegal Art: Freedom of Expression in the Corporate Age

2005 Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Rosa, CA, Curator: Chandra Cerrito, SubAnatomy

2004 Arthouse, Austin, TX, Juror: Jerry Saltz, New American Talent 19

2003 San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA, Curator: Cathy Kimball, Introductions South

2002 Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA, Mystery Ball

2001 San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, CA, Murphy & Cadogan Award Exhibition

2000 Arrowspace, Olympia, WA, Curator: Tina Herschelman, Ladyfest: Fabric, Objects and Art

1999 Lump Gallery, Raleigh, NC, Curator: De Kwok, The Soft Museum

SELECTED RESIDENCIES, AWARDS, HONORS

2024 Tokyo International Short Film Festival, Best Animation, Tokyo, JP

2024 Toronto Indie Filmmakers Festival, Best Female Director Award, Toronto, ON

2023 Seoul International Short Film Festival, Special Prizes Category: Best Experimental Film Award, Seoul, KR

2023 Wave Farm Media Arts Assistance Fund for Artists Grant (MAAF), a regrant program by New York State Council on the Arts

2023 Beall Center for Art + Technology Black Box Projects Artist-in-Residence, University of California, Irvine, CA

2022 NEW INC Artist-in-Residence at EY Metaverse Lab, New Museum, New York, NY

2022 Unnamed Fund Genesis Community Grant, New York, NY

2020 Coalesce Center for Biological Arts Bioartist-in-Residence, University at Buffalo, NY

2019 National Endowment for the Arts Digital Arts Fellowship, AS220 Industries, Providence, RI

2018 Harvestworks Digital Art Center Artist Residency Scholarship, New York, NY

2017 Institute for Electronic Artist-in-Residence, Alfred, NY

2011 Jerome Foundation Fellowship for the Tofte Lake Center Emerging Artists Program, Ely, MN

2010 Pollock–Krasner Fellowship for the Byrdcliffe Artist in Residence Program, Woodstock, NY

2007 Jerome Foundation Travel and Study Grant for Visual Arts

2004 Kala Art Institute Artist Residency Fellowship Award, Berkeley, CA

2002 Herringer Prize for Excellence in Art

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Thoma Art Foundation

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Berkeley Art Museum

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EDUCATION

2008 Phlebotomy Certification

2002 MFA Art (Sculpture), Mills College, Oakland, CA

1995 BA Studio Art, cum laude, University of California, Irvine, CA

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2024 Metafrictions, NEW INC+EY Metaverse Lab Collaborations Preview, Onassis ONX, New York, NY

2023 Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium, Curator: Paul Rubery, Centerport, NY, A Guided Sublimation

2022 UTS Data Arena, Sydney, AU, Curator: Carmine Gentile, Aus Bioprinting Art Exhibition (w/Linda Dement)

2022 <terminal> gallery, Clarksville, TN, Curator: Barry Jones, Syndemic Sublime

2021 Tang Teaching Museum, Elevator Music Series, Saratoga Springs, NY, Curator: Rebecca McNamara, Rhapsody for an Expanded Biotechnological Apparatus

2021 The New Gallery, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, Curator: Michael P. Dickins, Entangled Entities

2020 BioBAT Art Space, Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, NY, Curators: Jeannine Bardo/Elena Soterakis, Unraveling

2020 uCity Science Center, Quorum, Philadelphia, PA, Curator: Angela McQuillan, Disrupted Domains

2019 Esther Klein Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Curator: Angela McQuillan, Conformations

2018 Occurrence Gallery, Montréal, QC, Curator: Lili Michaud, Embodied Objects

2017 NYU Langone Medical Center Art Gallery, New York, NY, Curator: Katherine Meehan, Manifest

2017 Capsule Gallery, Houston, TX, Curator: Sarah Sudhoff, Material Expressions

2016 Grizzly Grizzly, Philadelphia, PA, Curators: Talia Greene/Amy Hicks, Raw Material (w/Gail Wight)

2015 Whitebox Art Center, New York, NY, Curator: Gale Elston, (Re)Create Artist Residency Award Exhibition (w/Ève K. Tremblay)

2014 Dose Projects Space, Brooklyn, NY, Meta Static

2011 Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY, Curator: Lisa Hatchadoorian, Reformulations

2009 Texas Woman’s University, West Gallery, Denton, TX, Curators: Susan kae Grant/Jana Perez/Vance Wingate, Body Politic

2008 Medicine Factory, Memphis, TN, Curator: Phillip Andrew Lewis, Negative Space

2007 International Museum of Surgical Science, Chicago, IL, Curator: Lindsey Thieman, Sympathetic Coordination

2006 New York Hall of Science, New York, NY, Curator: Cynthia Pannucci, Delicate Structures, Innate Forces

2005 Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA, Curator: Amy Stimmel, Domesticated Viscera

2005 Nathan Larramendy Gallery, Ojai, CA, Curator: Nathan Larramendy, Integrated Bodies

2005 Femina Potens Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Heather Catalinich, Inside Out

2005 21 Grand, Oakland, CA, Curator: Darren Jenkins, Viscera Sera (w/Tara Daly)

2004 Catharine Clark Gallery, Project Rooms, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Catharine Clark, Disbursement and Accumulation

2004 Build Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Elliot Lessing, Reflexive

2003 Adobe Bookshop, Windows, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Eleanor Harwood, Underneath

1999 Cellspace Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Heather L. Johnson, Marked Territories (w/Julia Babiarz)

1998 Milky World Gallery, Seattle, WA, Curator: De Kwok, Order/Disorder

1995 University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, CA, Female Fearce

1995 Mesa Arts Gallery, University of California, Irvine, CA, Honey is My Gift (w/Allyson Shaw)

1994 Women’s Resource Center, University of California, Irvine, CA, D.R.A.G.: Dress Resembling A Girl

1994 Mesa Arts Gallery, University of California, Irvine, CA, Inherit Her Wings

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2024 Getty Pacific Standard Time: Art x Science Collide Series, Beall Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, CA, Curator: David Familian, Future Tense: Art, Complexity, and Predictability (Opens August 2024)

2024 Tokyo International Short Film Festival, Tokyo, JP

2024 Paris Awards Film Festival, Paris, FR

2024 Japan International Film Festival, Tokyo, JP

2024 New York Tri-State International Film Festival, NY, Artistic Director: Armin Ebrahimi

2023 Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, Curators: Branden W. Joseph/Drew Sawyer, Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines

2023 Les Enluminures, New York, NY, Curator: Tomas Borchert, Paint to Print: New Paradigms in Medieval Art

2023 Wignall Museum, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Curator: Rebecca Trawick, Seeing the Unseen: Science + Art

2023 Telematic Media Arts, San Francisco, CA, Curators: Clark Buckner/Carla Gannis, Virtues and Vices

2023 Tokyo International Short Film Festival, Tokyo, JP

2022 Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona, ES, Curators: Marta Gracia, Jara Rocha, Enric Puig Punyet, International Symposium on Electronic Art: La irrupción

2022 The Nobel Prize Museum at Liljevalchs, Stockholm, SE, Curators: Clara Åhlvik/Magnus af Petersens, Life Eternal

2022 Center For Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM, Curators: Mariannah Amster and Frank Ragano, Currents New Media Art Festival: Circuits

2022 Cultuurcentrum De Ververij Ronse, Ronse, BE, Curators: Martine Bruggeman/Jan Leconte, The Hidden Side of Lace

2022 Artfare, Curator: Albert Abdul-Barr Wang, Built to Specifications

2021 Bruges Triennial: TraumA, Bruges, BE, Curators: T. Borchert/S. De Waele/M. Dewilde/E. Wuyts, Site Specific Commission for Musea Brugge O.L.V. ter Potterie: Disentanglement

2021 Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY, Second Sundays, Curator: Sandy Kassalias, Laura Splan: Syndemic Sublime

2021 Art in Odd Places, New York, NY, Curator: Furusho von Puttkammer, NORMAL

2021 Buley Library Gallery, SCSU, New Haven, CT, Curator: Patricia Miranda, Haptic/Somatic

2021 New Art City, Curators: LaFleur/Clemmons, Unbounded Unleashed Unforgiving: Reconsidering Cyberfeminism

2021 One Mile Gallery, Artsy / opensea.io / Kingston, NY, Curator: Maria Kozak, Electric Feelings

2021 20 Jay Pop Up, Brooklyn, NY, Curator: Victoria Manganiello, You Stir the Pot

2020 Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY, Curators: Robin Kang/Tali Hinkis, Metacognition

2020 Norwegian Bioart Arena (NOBA), Vitenparken Ås, Mozilla Hubs VR, Viral Life

2020 Global Community Bio Summit, MIT Media Lab, Community Biotechnology Initiative

2020 Telematic Media Arts, San Francisco, CA, Curators: Clark Buckner/Carla Gannis, The Archive to Come

2020 Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY, Art From the Boros

2020 Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, AE, Curated/Presented by Sedition, World Art Dubai

2020 Gyeongmin Museum of Contemporary Art, Uijeongbu, KP, ArtVirus 20, Traveled 2020:

  • Gallery Giant’s Garden, Jeju
  • Space Banana Project, Daegu
  • Gallery Giant’s Garden, Jeju City
  • E-World 83 Tower Exhibition Hall, Daegu
  • Art & Craft Museum Boim-Chun, Jeollanam-do
  • Inside Gallery, Gyeongsangnam-do

2019 David J. Sencer CDC Museum in association with The Smithsonian Institution, Atlanta, GA, Curator: Louise E. Shaw, The World Unseen: Intersections of Art & Science

2019 Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, TX, Curator: Kristen Gaylord, Set in Motion

2019 Currents 826, Santa Fe, NM, Curator: Christine Duval, Stitching & Weaving in the Digital Age

2019 Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, LA, Synthesis: Art and Nature in the Post-Digital Age

2019 Artfare, New York, NY, Curators: Daniela Holban & Kelly Schroer, Artfare Inaugural Exhibition

2019 AS22O, Providence, RI, NEA Digital Arts Fellowship Exhibition: Laura Splan, Jessica Thompson, Lauren Valley

2018 La Galerie FOFA, Montréal, QC, Curators: Kelly Thompson/WhiteFeather Hunter, Material Turn

2018 Residence de France, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Christine Duval, Stitching & Weaving in the Digital Age

2018 uCity Square, Philadelphia, PA, Curator: Angela McQuillan, uCity Square Opening Celebration

2018 Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, Curator: Anonda Bell, Mirror, Mirror

2018 Crossman Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, WI, Curators: Susan Messer/Melanie Herzog/Michael Flanagan, Reading Material

2018 Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, Oakland, CA, Curator: Virginia Tominia, Natural Systems

2018 Stadtgalerie Lehen, Salzburg, AT, Curators: Karla Spiluttini/Korinna Lindinger, Possible Bodies

2018 Harvestworks TEAM Lab, New York, NY, Curator: Carol Parkinson, Artworks & Experiences

2018 Peer to Space, Curators: Peggy Schoenegge/Darja Zub, Claiming Needles: Positions Of Contemporary Embroidery Art

2018 uCity Science Center 3675 Market, Philadelphia, PA, Curator: Angela McQuillan, Opening Celebration

2017 Mz. Baltazar’s Laboratory, Vienna, AT, Curators: Korinna Lindinger/Karla Spiluttini, Kubépolis

2017 Thoma Art Foundation Art House, Santa Fe, NM, Code as Form

2017 CAA Media Lounge, New York, NY, Curators: M. Zapf/N. Gupta Wiggers, Genre Bending: Craft Action

2016 Currents New Media Festival, El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe, NM, Curator: Christine Duval, CODE and NOISE

2016 Arena1 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Curator: Christine Duval, CODE and NOISE

2016 Satellite Art Fair, Miami, FL, Curators: Doppelgänger Projects (S. M. Salamone/J. Simmz), Invocations

2016 ArtsWestchester Gallery, White Plains, NY, Curator: Kathleen Reckling, Remedy

2016 Rayburn House Building, Washington, DC, Maker Caucus: Making in the Arts

2016 Prairie Production, Chicago, IL, Hearth: ACRE’s Annual Benefit Auction

2016 ACRE Projects, Chicago, IL, Curator: Anastasia Karpova Tinari, Material Bodies

2015 Beall Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, CA, Curators: Madeline Schwartzman/David Familian, Objects of Wonder

2015 Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY, Curator: Patricia Miranda, TechNoBody

2015 SÍM, Reykjavík, Iceland, SIM Residency Exhibition, Scenery Is Dim

2015 Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY, Curators: Lorrie Fredette/Beth Giacummo, Compendium: The Interchange of Art & Science

2015 Annex Gallery, Cooperstown, NY, Curator: Molly Welch, Histrionics

2014 Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, Davidson, NC, Curators: Ann M. Fox/David R. Wessner/Lia Newman/Rosemary Gardner, Commission of new work for Re/Presenting HIV/AIDS

2014 SciArt Center, New York, NY, Curator:  Julia Buntaine, What Lies Beneath

2014 Institute for Women and Art, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Curator: Judith Brodsky, Women Artists and the Body

2014 Magnan Metz Gallery, New York, NY, Collaboration with Ariana Page Russell: Emergence

2013 Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY, Curator: Jacqueline Shilkoff, Dear Diary: Update All

2013 Museum Kunst der Westküste, Föhr, DE, Curator: Thorsten Sadowsky, Handicraft: Material and Symbolism

2013 Marion Art Gallery, Fredonia, NY, Curator: Leesa Rittelmann, Gone Viral: Medical Science and Contemporary Textile Art

2012 Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, Curator: Kristen Miller Zohn, Past is Present: Contemporary Approaches to Historical Decorative Arts & Design

2012 MoMA PS1, New York, NY, Participatory event organized by Mariah Robertson, Artists’ Halloween Carnival

2012 Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL, Thread of Life

2011 Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, Curators: M. Via/M. Hamann-Whitmore, Extreme Materials 2

2011 David J. Sencer CDC Museum in Association with the Smithsonian Institution, Atlanta, GA, Curator: Louise E. Shaw, Commission of new work for Watching Hands

2011 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), San Francisco, CA, Participatory Project by Stephanie Syjuco: Shadowshop

2010 Wignall Museum, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Curator: Jennifer Frias, Even Better Than the Real Thing: The Art of the Uncanny

2010 PM Gallery, London, UK, Curator: Zoë Archer, Beware of Embroidery

2010 Preston Manor, Brighton & Hove, UK, Commission of new work for Unravelled

2010 Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO, Curators: Audrey Mast/Brandon Anschultz, Fuzzy Logic

2010 Kleinert/James Arts Center, Woodstock, NY, Curator: Katharine Umsted, Pollock–Krasner Fellowship Award Exhibition

2010 Trahern Gallery, Clarksville, TN, Curator: Billy Renkl, Manifold: The Body Divided

2009 Jönköping County Museum, Jönköping, SE, Curators: O. von Busch/C. Åhlvik, Craftwerk 2.0

2009 Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, Davidson, NC, Curators: Jessica Cooley/Ann M. Fox, Commission of new work for Re/Formations

2009 Cheongju International Craft Biennale, Cheongju, KR, Curators: Ihnbum Lee, Dissolving Views

2009 Jungle, Brooklyn, NY, Curator: Jason Patrick Voegele, Digital Rituals

2009 Mandeville Gallery, Schenectady, NY, Curator: Rachel Seligman, Dynamic Equilibrium

2009 S1F Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Curator: Young Hoon Chung, The Longest Day of Summer. One Lucky Day.

2009 Wignall Museum of Art, Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Curator: Dr. Maria Elena Buszek, Raised in Craftivity

2009 Catherine Slip Gallery, New York, NY, Sick Love, Curator: Gillian Sneed

2009 Glendale College Art Gallery, Glendale, CA, Curator: Young Hoon Chung, mama-san

2009 St. Andrew’s-Sewanee Gallery, Sewanee, TN, Shakerag Faculty Exhibition

2009 Silvershed, New York, NY, Benefit for ABCyz, Curators: Patrick Meagher/Dawn Blackman, RALLY

2008 Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA, Curator: Dr. Rickie Solinger, Reimagining the Distaff Toolkit, Traveled 2008–2012:

  • Berman Museum of Art, Collegeville, PA
  • Housatonic Museum, Bridgeport, CT
  • Swope Museum, Terre Haute, IN
  • Phillips Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA
  • Beard Gallery, Norton, MA
  • Handwerker Gallery, Ithaca, NY
  • Denison Museum, Granville, OH
  • Wilson Museum, Roanoke, VA
  • Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ
  • Gardiner Art Gallery, Stillwater, OK
  • Bennington Museum, VT
  • Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA

2008 Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR, Curators: Mara Holt Skov/Steven Skov Holt, Manuf®actured: The Conspicuous Transformation of Everyday Objects

2008 Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ, Curator: Emma Wilcox, Biological Imperative

2008 Spaces, Cleveland, OH, Curator: Kate Budd, Phenomena(l)

2008 Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, Curator: Anonda Bell, Specimen: Representing The Natural World

2008 SomArts, San Francisco, CA, Coalition on Homelessness’s Reframing Homelessness: Art for Walls, Roofs for People Fundraiser

2008 21 Grand, Oakland, CA, Annual Benefit Art Sale

2007 Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, Curator: David Revere McFadden, Pricked

2007 Greenlease Gallery, Kansas City, MO, Curator: Dr. Maria Elena Buszek, Raised in Craftivity

2007 Limn Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Christine Duval, Beneath the Skin

2007 Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Curators: Georganne Deen/Christine Wertheim, The Powder Room

2007 Subtle Technologies Festival: in situ: art, body, medicine, Univ. of Toronto, CA, Subjects of Hybridization

2007 Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY, Brief Encounters

2007 Translations Gallery, Denver, CO, Under the Skin, Curator: Lindsay Obermeyer

2007 di Rosa Preserve, Napa, CA, Moon Proof Madness, Annual Benefit Art Auction

2007 Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA, Annual Fundraiser Auction

2006 Baker Center for the Arts, Allentown, PA, Curator: Robert L. Tillman, Four Freedoms

2006 21 Grand, Oakland, CA, Annual Benefit Art Sale

2006 The Lab, San Francisco, CA, Annual Benefit Art Auction

2005 Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Rosa, CA, Curator: Chandra Cerrito, SubAnatomy

2005 Galerie SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, CA, Curator: Stefan St-Laurent/Tam-Ca Vo-Van, The Winter Life

2005 Synthetic Zero Loft, New York, NY, Curator: Mitsu Hadeishi, Synthetic Zero

2005 Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA, Kala Fellowship Award Exhibition

2005 Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA, Curator: Nathan Hainlein, Intelligent Distribution: Artists Respond to Technology

2005 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Artist’s Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Trillium Show

2005 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Monster Drawing Rally

2005 21 Grand, Oakland, CA, Annual Benefit Art Sale

2005 New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA, Annual Gold-digger’s Excavation Art Auction and Throw-down

2005 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Annual Benefit Auction

2004 Arthouse, Austin, TX, Juror: Jerry Saltz, New American Talent 19, Traveled in 2004–2005:

  • Texas A&M University, Commerce, TX
  • Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

2004 Gen Art New Media Art Exhibition, Herbst International Exhibition Hall, San Francisco, CA, NewFangle

2004 Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Finesse

2004 San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, CA, Curator: Kara Maria, Meat Show

2004 Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA, Curator: Lauren Davies, High Fiber

2004 New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA, Underpants Party

2004 Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA, State of the Nation

2004 Los Angeles Center For Digital Art, Los Angeles, CA, Snap to Grid

2004 Bekins, Santa Barbara, CA, Curator: Carey Berkus, Blur

2004 Nathan Larramendy Gallery, Ojai, CA, Hidden Treasures

2004 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Supernatural

2004 Build, San Francisco, CA, Rustic

2004 Femina Potens Gallery, San Francisco, CA, In Our Box

2004 Build, San Francisco, CA, Kriss-Miss’d

2004 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Monster Drawing Rally

2004 Adobe Bookshop, San Francisco, CA, Adobe Benefit Auction

2004 SomArts Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Art Auction: Coalition on Homelessness

2004 Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland, CA, Annual Auction

2004 San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA, Annual Fall Auction

2004 21 Grand, Oakland, CA, Annual Benefit Art Sale

2004 The LAB, San Francisco, CA, Annual Art Sale and Live Auction

2003 San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA, Curator: Cathy Kimball, Introductions South

2003 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artist’s Gallery, Curator: Carrie McLaren/Stay Free! Magazine, Illegal Art: Freedom of Expression in the Corporate Age, Traveled 2003–2006

  • Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (2003)
  • Art & Culture Center Of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL (2006)

2003 Galerie Lelong, New York, NY, Postcards From the Edge

2003 Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Reuben Lorch-Miller, Daily Special

2003 Westinghouse Building Little Tokyo Lofts, Los Angeles, CA, [sub]urban, [sub]version

2003 Delta Axis Gallery, Memphis, TN, Curator: Phillip Andrew Lewis, Life After/Afterlife

2003 Nathan Larramendy Gallery, Ojai, CA, Organic

2003 Nightworks, New Orleans, LA, Canal Street Projection Project

2003 Build, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Elliot Lessing, Magnify Sense

2003 Nathan Larramendy Gallery, Ojai, CA, Road Trip

2003 Pure Joy, New York, NY, Curator: Elliot Lessing, EUREKA!: New Works From the Golden State

2003 Lexington Club, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Laurel Frank, Waiting to Happen

2003 Build Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Elliot Lessing, Constellations

2003 Melting Point Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Tony Vadakan, Synthesis

2003 Adobe Bookshop, San Francisco, CA, Peace Show

2003 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Monster Drawing Rally

2003 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Solid Gold

2003 San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA, Annual Fall Auction

2003 SF Camerawork, San Francisco, CA, Benefit Auction

2003 Adobe Bookshop, San Francisco, CA, Adobe Benefit Auction

2003 New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA, Night Moves

2003 Lucky Tackle, Oakland, CA, Making Ends Meet

2002 Ladyfest, Spring Tower, Los Angeles, CA, Curator: Molly Landreth, Ladyfest Los Angeles

2002 Spanganga Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Abner Nolan, Cozy

2002 Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA, Mystery Ball

2002 Quotidian Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Michael Smit, I/O: Skin

2002 Melting Point Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Elliot Lessing, Virus

2002 The Lab, San Francisco, CA, Participatory project by Eleanor Harwood, Living LABoratory Exquisite Corpse

2002 Quotidian Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Jason Leggiere, Bloodshow

2002 Pacific Rim Sculptors, San Francisco, CA, Bay Area Student Sculpture Biennial

2002 16march projects, San Francisco, CA, Curators: Steven Barich/Shanna Maurizi, Trepidation

2002 Olive Hyde Gallery, Fremont, CA, Annual Olive Hyde Textile Exhibit

2002 Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, CA, Master of Fine Art Thesis Exhibition

2002 Adobe Bookshop, San Francisco, CA, Collaborative Project by Christine Sheilds, The Tiny Show

2002 New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA, Remember When…

2002 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, SoExquisite

2001 San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, CA, Murphy & Cadogan Award Exhibition

2001 Mills College Student Union, Oakland, CA, Curator: David Kwan, Video Pieces

2001 Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, CA, Workshop Collaboration with Paul De Marinis

2001 Studio Z Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Residual Images

2001 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Synesthesia, Annual Fundraiser and Auction

2000 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Juror: Tom Finkelpearl, Fuzzy Logic

2000 Arrowspace, Olympia, WA, Curator: Tina Herschelman, Ladyfest: Fabric, Objects and Art

2000 Cellspace, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Ev Funes, The Element of Temporary

2000 Calumet Studio, San Francisco, CA, Fabricated To Be Photographed

2000 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Blueprint

1999 Lump Gallery, Raleigh, NC, Curator: De Kwok, The Soft Museum

1999 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Juried by Karen Moss, Tender

1999 Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA, Shiny

1997 Artists’ Television Access, San Francisco, CA, Curator: Matthew Biederman, Access-a-thon

1997 Milkyworld Gallery, Seattle, WA, Curator: De Kwok, The Playdough Show

1995 University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, CA, Tangerine Scream

1994 University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, CA, Superwoman

1994 University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, CA, Microwaves

RESIDENCIES, AWARDS, HONORS

2024 Tokyo International Short Film Festival, Best Animation, Tokyo, JP

2024 Miami Film Critic Award, Best Art Film Award, Miami, FL

2024 Toronto Indie Filmmakers Festival, Best Female Director Award, Toronto, ON

2023 Seoul International Short Film Festival, Special Prizes Category, Best Experimental Film Award, Seoul, KR

2023 Wave Farm Media Arts Assistance Fund for Artists Grant (MAAF), a regrant program by New York State Council on the Arts

2023 Beall Center for Art + Technology Black Box Projects Artist-in-Residence, University of California, Irvine

2022 NEW INC Artist-in-Residence at EY Metaverse Lab, New Museum, New York, NY

2022 Simons Foundation Supported Sciart Collaboration with Dr. Adam Lamson, Flatiron Institute, New York, NY

2022 Unnamed Fund Genesis Community Grant, New York, NY

2022 Longlist: Lumen Prize for Art & Technology, Still Image Award

2021 Finalist: Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs of the Year in Art and Science Award

2021 Finalist: Experimental Weaving Residency, Supported by the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Unstable Design Lab, Boulder, CO

2020 Coalesce Center for Biological Arts Bioartist-in-Residence, University at Buffalo, NY

2020 NEW INC Creative Science Incubator, New Museum, New York, NY (Supported by Science Sandbox, a Simons Foundation Initiative)

2020 uCity Science Center Bioartist-in-Residence, Philadelphia, PA (Supported by Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation)

2020 BioBAT Art Space Artist-in-Residence, Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, NY

2019 National Endowment for the Arts Digital Arts Fellowship, AS220 Industries, Providence, RI

2019 NEW INC Creative Experiments Incubator, New Museum, New York, NY (Supported by Science Sandbox, a Simons Foundation Initiative)

2019 Finalist: Experimental Weaving Residency, Unstable Design Lab, Boulder, CO

2018 Harvestworks Digital Art Center Artist Residency Scholarship, New York, NY

2018 uCity Science Center Bioartist-in-Residence, Philadelphia, PA (Supported by the Knight Foundation)

2017 Institute for Electronic Artist-in-Residence, Alfred, NY

2016 Artist-in-Residence, subnetAIR at The Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, AT

2016 IMRC/Department of New Media Researcher-in-Residence, University of Maine, Orono, ME

2016 Selection, International Digital Art Competition, Jurors: Nancy Meyer/Rex Bruce, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles, CA

2015 Artist-in-Residence, Illinois State University, Normal, IL

2015 SÍM Artist-in-Residence, Reykjavík, IS

2015 Normal Editions Workshop Printmaking Collaboration, Normal, IL

2015 ACRE Artist-in-Residence, Steuben, WI

2015 Artist-in-Residence, Digital Fabrication Residency, Remote

2015 Artist-in-Residence, Summit Salon at Hotel Jersey, Union City, NJ

2014 (Re)-Create Artist Residency Award, Hayden Lake, ID

2014 Artist-in-Residence, Summit Salon at Hotel Jersey, Union City, NJ

2012 Artist’s Grant for the Vermont Studio Center Artist Residency, Johnson, VT

2012 Smack Mellon Hot Picks Program, New York, NY

2012 Honorable Mention, Dave Bown Projects Semiannual Competition

2011 Jerome Foundation Fellowship for the Tofte Lake Center Emerging Artists Program, Ely, MN

2010 Pollock–Krasner Fellowship for the Byrdcliffe Artist in Residence Program, Woodstock, NY

2008 Medicine Factory Artist-in-Residence, Memphis, TN

2007 Jerome Foundation Travel and Study Grant for Visual Arts

2006 Finalist, Public Art Commission, Science Building, Lehman College, Bronx, NY

2004 Kala Art Institute Artist Residency Fellowship Award, Berkeley, CA

2004 Gen Art SF Grant

2003 Trillium Fund Grant

2002 Herringer Prize for Excellence in Art

2002 Mills College Graduate Research Grant

2001 Eklind Fellowship Award

2001 Cadogan Fine Arts Fellowship Award

2001 Mills College Graduate Research Grant

1995 Chancellor’s Scholar, University of California Irvine

1994 Studio Art Coalition Grant, University of California Irvine

COLLECTIONS

Thoma Art Foundation, Santa Fe, NM

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Redwood City, CA

Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

Cytokinetics, South San Francisco, CA

Langone Art Collection, New York University, New York, NY

University of California San Francisco, Infectious Disease Department, San Francisco, CA

Institute for Figuring, Los Angeles, CA

Fales Library, New York University, New York, NY

Science Center, Philadelphia, PA

(Re)Create Collection, New York, NY

Neural Archive, Bari, IT

Private Collections

PUBLICATIONS

2024 Practices of Looking: An Introduction to Visual Culture, 4th Edition, Marita Sturken/Lisa Cartwright, Oxford University Press (Forthcoming)

2023 Radical Fiber: Threads Connecting Art and Science, Editor: Rebecca McNamara, Published by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers

2023 FEMeeting: Women in Art, Science and Technology, Edited by Marta de Menezes and Dalila Honorato, Published by Cultivamos Cultura

2023 Seeing the Unseen: Science and Art, Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, J. Eisberg/R. Ikeda/M. Padilla/R. Trawick

2023 Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines, Essays by Gwen Allen, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Tavia Nyong’o, Alexis Salas, Mimi Thi Nguyen, Co-published by Brooklyn Museum and Phaidon Press

2023 Posthuman Pathogenesis: Contagion in Literature, Arts, and Media, Edited by Başak Ağın and Şafak Horzum, Routledge

2023 Engaging The Public With Science: Researcher Engagement Program Connects Scientists With Society And Culture, Simons Foundation, Outreach, Education And Engagement (OEE)

2023 You Stir the Pot: Recipes for Change, Edited by Victoria Manganiello, Published by Snake Hair

2023 The Archive to Come, by Carla Gannis & Clark Buckner, Published by Telematic Media Arts

2023 Possibles: ISEA 2022, Edited by Pau Alsina, Irma Vilà, Susanna Tesconi, Joan Soler-Adillon, Enric Mor, Published by Universitat Oberta de Catalunya / ISEA

2023 European Journal of English Studies—Going Viral: Chronotopes of Disaster in Film and Visual Media, “Spread the Word: Mattertext as Bio-Art”, by Başak Ağın, Volume 26, Issue 3, Jan 19, 2023

2022 Evigt liv (Life Eternal), Editors: Jan Gradvall and Clara Åhlvik, Published by The Nobel Prize Museum

2022 States of emergency: art in times of pandemic, by Israel Rodríguez Giralt, Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona, ES

2022 An enemy like the future, by Ian Alan Paul, Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona, ES

2022 Technologies for the celebration of multiple ends, by Paz Peña O., Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona, ES

2021 Laura Splan: Entangled Entities, Curator’s Introduction by Michael Dickins, Essay by Hannah Star Rogers, The New Gallery

2021 Bruges Triennial 2021: TraumA, By Till Holger-Borchert, et al., Stichting Kunstboek BVBA

2021 Visualizing the Virus, Curated by Dr. Sria Chatterjee, Basel, CH

2021 Gloves: An Intimate History, by Anne Green, Reaktion Books, Distributed by the University of Chicago Press

2021 Haptic/Somatic, Curator’s Introduction by Patricia Miranda, Buley Library Gallery, Southern Connecticut State University

2021 The New Normal?, by Sophie Fulton, Glasgow, GB

2021 TEXTILE: Cloth and Culture Journal, “STEAM at Work: ‘Translating’ Science into Dress”, by Armida De La Garza, 07 Sep 2021

2020 MuseumsJournal: Corona Issue, Kulturprojekte Berlin, Berlin, DE

2020 In Dialogue, Issue #2, Grizzly Grizzly, Philadelphia, PA

2020 Culture of Contamination, Edited by Tarah Rhoda, SciArt Magazine

2020 E-Squared Magazine, Autumn Issue, No. 5, Edited by Emily A. Dustman

2019 Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture, Interface Issue #48, Limited Edition, Edited by Giovanni Aloi

2019 Bioart Residency Project, Essay by Cindy Stockton-Moore, University City Science Center (with Integral Molecular & Esther Klein Gallery), Philadelphia, PA

2018 Mirror, Mirror, Edited by Anonda Bell, Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University

2018 Material Turn, FOFA Gallery, Montréal, CA

2018 Possible Bodies, Eds. Karla Spiluttini/Korinna Lindinger, Stadtgalerie Lehen, Salzburg, AT

2018 Reading Material, Eds. Susan Messer/Melanie Herzog/Michael Flanagan, Crossman Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, WI

2017 Dynamic Patterns: Visualizing Landscapes In A Digital Age, By Karen M’Closkey/Keith VanDerSys, Routledge

2016 Objects of Wonder, Eds. Madeline Schwartzman/David Familian, Beall Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, CA

2016 The Routledge Companion to Biology in Art & Architecture, Eds. C. Terranova/M. Tromble, Routledge

2015 Compendium: The Interchange of Art & Science, Eds. Lorrie Fredette/Beth Giacummo, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY

2014 Re/Presenting HIV/AIDS, Eds. Ann M. Fox/David R. Wessner/Lia Newman/Rosemary Gardner, Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, Davidson, NC

2014 Disability Studies Quarterly, “Disability Art, Aesthetics, and Access: Creating Exhibitions in a Liberal Arts Setting”, Jessica A. Cooley & Dr. Ann M. Fox, Vol 34, #1

2014 The Art of Tinkering, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA

2014 Women Artists and the Body, Curatorial Essays by Ferris Olin and Judith K. Brodsky, Institute for Women and Art, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, NJ

2013 Handicraft: Material and Symbolism, Thorsten Sadowsky, Museum Kunst der Westküste, Föhr, DE

2013 Gone Viral: Medical Science and Contemporary Textile Art, by Leesa Rittelmann, Marion Art Gallery, Fredonia, NY

2012 Past is Present: Contemporary Approaches to Historical Decorative Arts & Design, Kristen Miller Zohn, Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA

2012 Thread of Life, Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL

2012 Women’s Studies Quarterly, “Viral”, The Feminist Press, Spring/Summer

2011 Watching Hands, by Louise E. Shaw, David J. Sencer CDC Museum in Association with the Smithsonian Institution, Atlanta, GA

2011 Hoopla: The Art of Unexpected Embroidery, Leanne Prain, Arsenal Pulp Press

2011 Fashion Drawing: Illustration for Fashion Designers, Michele Wesen Bryant, Prentice Hall

2010 Unravelled, Preston Manor, Brighton & Hove, UK

2010 Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, University of Chicago Press, Winter, Cover

2010 Fuzzy Logic, by Audrey Mast/Brandon Anschultz, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2010 Manifold: The Body Divided, by Billy Renkl Trahern Gallery, Clarksville, TN

2009 Handarbeta För En Bättre Värld, Exhibition Catalog, Jönköpings County Museum, Jönköping, SE

2009 Dissolving Views, by Ihnbum Lee, Cheongju International Craft Biennale, Cheongju, KR

2009 Dynamic Equilibrium, by Rachel Seligman, Mandeville Gallery, Schenectady, NY

2008 Manuf®actured: The Conspicuous Transformation of Everyday Objects, Holt Skov/Skov Holt, Chronicle Books

2008 Biological Imperative, Emma Wilcox, Gallery Aferro, Newark, NJ

2008 Specimen: Representing The Natural World, Anonda Bell, Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ

2007 Pricked: Extreme Embroidery, David Revere McFadden, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY

2007 Evocative Objects: Things We Think With, Ed. Sherry Turkle, “Blue Cheer” by Gail Wight, The MIT Press, p93

2007 Under the Skin, by Lindsay Obermeyer, Translations Gallery, Denver, CO

2007 The Powder Room, Georganne Deen/Christine Wertheim Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

2006 Sextessense: A Tribute to John Stevens and the SME, CD cover art

2006 Four Freedoms, Robert L. Tillman, Baker Center for the Arts, Allentown, PA

2005 Intelligent Distribution: Artists Respond to Technology, Nathan Hainlein, Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA

2005 SubAnatomy, Chandra Cerrito, Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Rosa, CA

2005 Surface Design Journal: Machine Embroidery, “Informed Source”, Fall, pp46-47

2005 The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts, “The Potential Decline of Artistic Creativity in the Wake of the Patriot Act: The Case Surrounding Steven Kurtz & the Critical Art Ensemble”, Joyce Lok See Fu, Fall

2005 Pearl Necklace, Issue #4, pp64-65

2005 3rd Floor: A Portable Artspace, Spring, p10

2004 Meat Show, Kara Maria, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, CA

2004 New American Talent 19, Jerry Saltz, Arthouse, Austin, TX

2004 New Fangle, Gen Art New Media Art, Herbst Int’l Exhibition Hall, San Francisco, CA

2004 Public Library of Science Medicine Journal, November, Cover

2003 Die Cast Garden: Ground Founds, Zine, Editor: Allyson Shaw

2002 Die Cast Garden: Paraphysics, Zine, Editor: Allyson Shaw

1996 Milky, Zine Issue #6, pp30-31, Editor: De Kwok

1995 Grand Larceny: Reclaiming Stolen Histories, Vol 2, p37

1996 Beehive: Brushes With Greatness, E-Zine Issue #5, Editors: Laura Splan/Allyson Shaw

1995 Beehive: Swallow, Zine Issue #4, Editors: Laura Splan/Allyson Shaw

1994 Beehive: Pornography for Angels, Zine Issue #3, Editors: Laura Splan/Allyson Shaw

1994 Beehive: Bodily Transformation, Zine Issue #2, Editors: Laura Splan/Allyson Shaw

1993 Beehive: …in a temper, Zine Issue #1, Editors: Laura Splan/Allyson Shaw

ESSAYS

2023 “Syndemic Sublime: Rematerializing the Expanded Biotechnological Apparatus in the Age of Remote Intimacy and Immediate Precarity”, by Laura Splan Possibles: The Proceedings of the 27th edition of the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), Feb 2023

2015 “Laura Splan, Manifest: The Role of Science in the Studio”, Art Practical: Art, Science, & Wonder, by Laura Splan, Issue 7.2, Oct 29, 2015

PRESS

2023 MovieMaker Magazine, "CLIMAX 2024 Announces Film Festival Lineup", Dec 4, 2023

2023 Nature, "How ChatGPT and sounds from space brought a ‘luminous jelly’ to life" by Julie Gould, Nov 24, 2023

2023 Hyperallergic, "A Deep Dive Into the Underground World of Zines: Copy Machine Manifestos: Artists Who Make Zines, opening next month at the Brooklyn Museum, will feature nearly a thousand works by almost 100 artists", by Maya Pontone, October 26, 2023

2023 On Goingness, “Laura Splan: On Art, Science, and Sticky Settings”, Podcast interview by Jenny Morris, Jul 21, 2023

2023 BOMB, “The Gooeyness of the Biological World: Art at the intersections of science, technology, and culture”, Anna Mikaela Ekstrand, Jan 18, 2023

2022 Science Friday, “A DNA Map You Can Touch—Or Walk Through”, Executive Producer/Host: Ira Flatow and Producer/Host: Christie Taylor, Dec 23, 2022

2022 Marketing AI Institute, "The Cognitive Human Enterprise: When AI, the Metaverse, and Humanity Collide—Laura Splan and the VR Experience" By Cathy McPhillips, Oct 6, 2022

2022 Sedition, “Artist Laura Splan on Using Scientific Tools to Make Digital Animations”, Oct 4, 2022

2022 Interalia Magazine, “Laura Splan: Mediating our relationship to the molecular world”, Interview by Richard Bright, January 2022

2022 Betevé, “Environment and Pandemic, Protagonists of the Digital Art Exhibition The Irruption”, Jun 11, 2022

2022 Arranging Tangerines: Lydian Stater Gallery Podcast, “A Conversation with Laura Splan”, Jun 2022

2022 Extrapolations, “Liminal Spaces Between Art and Science: An Interview with Artist Laura Splan”, Schrödinger, Apr 28, 2022

2021 Interalia Magazine, “Meeting Points Redefined”, Angela McQuillan, Nov 1, 2021

2021 Het Nieuws van West-Vlaanderen, “Triennial Bruges TraumA”, Mario De Wilde, Oct 28, 2021

2021 Hart Magazine, “Of Covetousness and Unease, TraumA, The Third Bruges Triennial”, Max Borka, Oct 24, 2021

2021 CLOT Magazine, “Laura Splan’s Entangled Entities, the intertwining of art & biotechnology”, by Giulia Ottavia Frattini, Aug 7, 2021

2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Journal of the National Academy of Sciences, “Science and Culture: The evolving portrait of a virus”, by Stephen Ornes, Jul 20, 2021

2021 The Low Countries, “Triennial Bruges 2021: Face Your Fears and Dream Big During an Artistic Exploration of Fantasy and Reality”, Yasmin Van ‘tveld, Jul 6, 2021

2021 Fast Company, “What COVID-19 looks like as a stunning work of art: Brooklyn artist Laura Splan provides a fresh perspective on how we view viral diseases by marrying art with science”, Suzanne Labarre, Jul 12, 2021

2021 Artribune, “Bruges Triennial 2021: Themes and artists of the third edition”, Marco Enrico Giacomelli, Jun 2, 2021

2021 Bigumigu, “Animations Inspired by Biological Systems: Bioartist Laura Splan produced a series of animations using molecular visualization software and coronavirus structures”, Ece Burgaz, May 20, 2021

2021 Designboom, “Finding Beauty in Biological Systems: Laura Splan on Animating the Alienating Science of the Pandemic”, Nina Azzarello, May 15, 2021

2021 Designboom, “For Triennial Bruges 2021, Artists Interweave Monumental Interventions with the Historic Urban Fabric”, Nina Azzarello, May 13, 2021

2021 ARTE.it, “Mysterious and Unusual: The Bruges Triennial Reveals the Hidden Face of the Flemish City”, Samantha De Martin, May 11, 2021

2021 VRT NWS, “Art trail Triennial in Bruges starts: ‘We are playing with the image of the city’ “, Kristien Bonneure, May 8, 2021

2021 Viajes National Geographic, “A Good Trauma: The Bruges Triennale ‘Trauma’ 2021 Shows the Lesser-Known Side of the City”, Meritxell Batlle Cardona, May 07, 2021

2021 NYC & Company, “Q&A with MoMA Curator Paola Antonelli”, Rachael Roth, Mar 23, 2021

2020 TWiV, “Year of the Pandemic: Science Picks”, Vincent R. Racaniello, Nov 19, 2020

2020 The Brooklyn Rail, “The Archive to Come”, Charlotte Kent, Dec 15, 2020

2020 Flying Slippers, “The Structure Of SARS: A Dangerous Beauty In Constant Flux”, Angela McQuillan, Nov 19, 2020

2020 Newcity Art, “Laura Splan: Unraveling”, Lori Waxman, Nov 18, 2020

2020 Voice of America: Log On, “American Artist Makes Lethal Virus Her Muse”, Matt Dibble, Sep 2, 2020

2020 Lexo, “Bashkëjetesë me Virusin!”, Elda Shabani, Apr 24, 2020

2020 frieze, “What Can a Surgeon Learn from a Tailor? Harnessing the Healing Art of Thread”, Amber Butchart, Apr 17, 2020

2020 The Hindu, “Coronavirus and art in a petri dish”, Naveena Vijayan, Mar 27, 2020

2020 Inc. Magazine, “These Scientists—and Tech Titans—Are Working With Artists to Boost Creativity”,  Leigh Buchanan, Jan 9, 2020

2019 Flying Slippers, “Unfolding Narrative: Laura Splan’s Conformations at Esther Klein Gallery”, Cindy Stockton Moore, Nov 19, 2019

2019 Sound & Vision Podcast, “Laura Splan”, Interview by Host Brian Alfred, Nov 28, 2019

2019 Broad Street Review, “Esther Klein Gallery presents Conformations: The art of science”, Michelle Nugent, Nov 05, 2019

2019 MutualArt, Jerry Cullum, “Art, science and women’s perspectives”, Aug 7, 2019

2017 Santa Fe New Mexican, “Preserving old new media: Digital art from the Thoma Foundation”, Michael Abatemarco, Jun 16, 2017

2017 Hyperallergic, “From Beaded Portraiture to Brainwave Drawings...”, Seph Rodney, Jun 5, 2017

2017 The Houston Chronicle, “Sculpture made with the blink of an eye: Laura Splan’s Manifest...”, Molly Glentzer,   Jan 30, 2017

2017 Daily Voice, “Remedy For Winter Blahs: Catch ArtsWestchester Exhibit In White Plains”, Jon Craig, Jan 2, 2017

2017 Interalia Magazine, “Manifest Expressions: Interview with Laura Splan”

2016 Arte Fuse, “Revolutionary! Satellite Art Show 2016’s Stellar Second Act”, Audra Lambert, Dec 6, 2016

2016 Surface Design Journal, “Laura Splan: Manifest”, Elizabeth Lopeman, Summer 2016, pp22-27

2016 Santa Fe New Mexican, “All the pretty software: CODE and NOISE”, Paul Weideman, June 10, 2016

2016 Street Anatomy, “The Growth of Microbial Art”, Emily Evans, May 16, 2016

2016 Lenscratch: Fine Art Photography Daily, “Art + Science: Laura Splan”, Linda Alterwitz, Feb 8, 2016

2016 Speak Speak Blog, “Laura Splan and Gail Wight, Raw Material: In Conversation with Curator Angela McQuillan”, Sep 2016

2015 Digital Fabrication Residency Blog , “Laura Splan and Liss LaFleur, In Conversation: Digital Fabrication in the Studio”, Jul 2015

2015 Interalia Magazine, “Biological Imaginings: Interview with Laura Splan”

2015 Art & Translation, “The Body Speaks Louder Than Words: Exploring the Impact of Laura Splan’s Host”, Megan Guerber, Dec 22, 2015

2015 The New York Times, “Islip Exhibition Explores How Science Influences Art”, Karin Lipson, Oct 22, 2015

2015 Issues in Science and Technology, “Objects of Wonder”, Alana Quinn, Vol 32, #1, Fall 2015

2015 Event Horizon, “Interview: Laura Splan”, Claire Dysdale, Oct 28, 2015

2015 The Daily Voice, “Pelham Art Center Hosts Discussion On Exhibit TechNoBody”, Cassandra Huerta, Mar 15, 2015

2015 anti-utopias: Digital Art Series, “Virtually Real: Conversations On TechNoBody Part I & II”, Sabin Bors, Feb 23/Mar 5, 2015

2015 Nashville Scene, “Blood & Guts with Laura Splan: Last Wednesday’s Artist Talk at Austin Peay”, Erica Ciccarone, Jan 30, 2015

2014 Revue Combine, “Contaminate the Living”, Guillaume Robin, Dec 2014

2014 SciArt Magazine, “Laura Splan, Straight Talk: Interview with Laura Splan by Julia Buntaine”, Feb 2014

2014 PNAS, “Science and Culture: Dangerous doilies”, Rebecca Horne, Aug 12, 2014, Vol 111, #32

2014 The Scientist, “What Lies Beneath”, Ajai Raj, Jun 23, 2014

2014 The New York Times, “From Private Repository to Public Forum”, Martha Schwendener, Feb 7, 2014

2014 Hyperallergic, “New Directions at Greenpoint Gallery Night”, Michael Groth, Feb 10, 2014

2013 SciArt Magazine, “On The Fringe: SciArt In New York”, Julia Buntaine & Ashley P. Taylor, Dec 2013

2013 Art in America, “Salvaging Digital Art at the New Museum”, Leigh Anne Miller, Aug 12, 2013

2011 Univ.of Rochester Campus Times, “Extreme Materials 2: An eye-opening new exhibit”, Julia Sklar, Oct 27, 2011

2011 City Newspaper, “Extreme Materials 2”, Rebecca Rafferty, Oct 26, 2011

2011 Casper Star-Tribune, “Nicolaysen Art Museum opens four new exhibitions”, Margaret Matray, Sep 30, 2011

2011 Scienceline, “Blood and lace: Laura Splan’s artwork will make you look – twice”, Lena Groeger, Jan 25, 2011

2010 Die Tageszeitung, “Die Schönheit der Viren”, Maria Rossbauer, Dec 18, 2010, p18

2010 The New York Times, “Of Compost, Molecules and Insects, Art Is Born”, Natalie Angier, May 4, 2010, pD1

2010 Textiel Plus, “Onbehaaglijke schoonheid”, Dorothé Swinkels, Summer 2010, #212, pp28-30

2010 The Mirror, “Art: Beware of Embroidery at Ealing’s PM Gallery”, Martin Newman, Jan 19, 2010

2010 Crafts Magazine, “Using their threads: A new show looks to the future of embroidery”, Emma Love, Jan 2010

2009 American Craft Magazine, “Domestic Subversion”, Elizabeth Lopeman, Dec 2009, Vol 69, #6, pp28-29

2009 Utne Reader, Guntzel, Jeff Severns, “Deadly Viruses Re-imagined as Lace Doilies”, May 5, 2009

2009 Art XX Magazine, Paulina McFarland, “Interview with Laura Splan”, Sep 2009, #2, pp40-45

2009 Inland Empire Weekly, Stacy Davies, “Macramé Made Hip”, Feb 2009

2009 Fiberarts, “Laura Splan: Body of Evidence”, Whitney Crutchfield, January 2009, p80

2008 WKNO Memphis Public Radio: Checking on the Arts, “Laura Splan at Medicine Factory”, Nov 2008

2008 Pasajes Diseno, “¿Es Posible Un Picasso De Los Tapetes De Crochet?”, Ivan Lopez Munuera, Dec 2008

2008 The Oregonian, Manufractured at the Museum of Contemporary Craft”, Bob Hicks, Sep 13, 2008

2008 The Portland Tribune, “Manuf®actured”, Randall Barton, Sep 4, 2008

2008 Rhizome, “Pretty on the Inside”, Tyler Coburn, Apr 30, 2008

2008 smithsonian.com, “Cringe Factor”, Courtney Jordan, Apr 14, 2008

2008 Los Angeles Times, “Medical Craft Madness”, Rosie Mestel, Apr 2008

2008 Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, “Extreme Embroidery”, Sheena Sood, Feb 2008

2008 Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot, “Pricked: Extreme Embroidery”, Gaye Elder, Winter 2007/2008, pp 28-33

2008 Memphis Flyer, “Drawing Blood,” Leonard Gill, Jan 17, 2008, #986

2007 WBEZ Chicago Public Radio: Eight Forty-Eight, “Laura Splan: An Artist’s Unconventional Medium”, Tim Carnahan, May 2007

2007 Village Voice, “Let’s Get Stitched: A radical take on an old art”, Leslie Camhi, Nov 20, 2007

2007 Craft, “From Prozac To Skin Peels”, Julie Jackson, Nov 2007, Vol 5

2007 The Pitch, “Knit Happens: Raised in Craftivity ain’t your grandma’s crochet work”, Dana Self, Sep 20, 2007

2007 The Kansas City Star, “Art review: Raised in Craftivity is engaging group show”, Robin Trafton, Sep 20, 2007

2007 San Francisco Chronicle, “The man works wonders with, yes, paint rollers”, Kenneth Baker, Jun 16, 2007, pE-1

2007 Needle News, “When is a Virus Not a Virus?”, Ruth Kern, Summer 2007, Vol 10, #2, pp8-9

2007 San Francisco Bay Guardian, “Test People and Beneath the Skin: Levitation and latch-hook rugs”, Stacy Martin, Jul 4, 2007

2007 Fiberarts, “Arts and Sciences”, Lindsay Obermeyer, Summer 2007, Vol 34, #1

2007 The Scientist, “Making macro from micro”, Graciela Flores, May 4, 2007

2007 Chicago Sun Times, “Artist finds best drawing material is right at her fingertips”, Andrew Herrmann, May 3, 2007, p5

2007 Discover Magazine, “Art: Of Doilies and Disease”, Stephen Ornes, Feb 2007, pp66-67

2006 Wired, John Brownlee, “Laura Splan: Neuroanatomy in Blood”, Nov 28, 2006

2006 The Morning Call, Geoff Gehman, “21st-century artists explore FDR’s 1941 freedoms at ‘Berg”, Oct 26, 2006, pp8-9

2006 EL MUNDO Área de Salud, “Medicina en la galería de arte”, América Valenzuela, Oct 7, 2006

2006 Broward-Palm Beach New Times, “Il Duce Does Wal-Mart”, Michael Mills, Mar 16, 2006

2006 Fashionlines, “Embroideries: The act of stitching cloth reflects artists’ play with popular understandings about feminine work, gender stereotypes and empowerment”, Christine Suppes, Fall 2006

2006 Kitchen Sink, “The Inside-Out Art of Laura Splan”, Tara Goe, Vol 4, #1, 2006, pp71-75

2006 Miami New Times, “Creativity in the Corporate Age: When art imitates life a little too closely”, K. Lee Sohn, Feb 16, 2006

2005 VC Reporter, “Body of Art,” Stacey Wiebe, Sep 22, 2005, pp23-28

2005 KQED San Francisco Public Television: Spark, “Laura Splan: Artist in Search of a Medium”, Mar 2005

2005 East Bay Express, “Meltdown: Plastic Fantastic,” Eric K. Arnold, Aug 31, 2005, Vol 27, #47, p24

2005 Artweek, “SubAnatomy & Nathan Lynch: Sweetspot at the Museum of Contemporary Art,” Colin Berry, Jul 2005, pp12-13

2005 El Mundo: MEDICINA, “CIENCIA ILUSTRADA (II): Los artistas en el laboratorio”, América Valenzuela, Jul 15, 2005

2005 7x7 San Francisco Magazine, “Seeing Red”, Todd Miles, May 2005, p48

2005 SF Chronicle: Art, “Laura Splan: Femina Potens”, Alison Bing, Mar 2005

2005 artbusiness.com, “Femina Potens Gallery: Laura Splan”, Alan Bamberger, Mar 9, 2005

2005 Voir, “Pop Culture: Maux d’hiver”, Mélissa Proulx, Feb 10, 2005, #506

2005 The Ottawa Sun, “SAW takes art to the outdoor people”, Denis Armstrong, Feb 2, 2005, p43

2005 Ottawa Xpress, “SAW Gallery’s Winter Exposure”, Anita Euteneier, Jan 13, 2005, Vol 12, #2

2005 Artweek, Meat Show at the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery”, Alison Bing, Feb 2005, Vol 36, #1, p29

2005 Release Print, “Gallery Project”, Natalija Vekic, Jan 2005, Vol 28, #1, pp24-25

2004 The San Francisco Bay Guardian, “Meat Show”, Clark Buckner, Dec 22, 2004, Vol 39, #12

2004 The Daily Californian, “This Meat Can’t Be Beat”, Steve Saldivar, Dec 2, 2004

2004 Fiberarts, “High Fiber”, Virginia Davis, Nov 2004, pp58-59

2004 Austin Chronicle, “New American Talent – The 19th Exhibition”, Robi Polgar, Aug 6, 2004

2004 San Francisco Weekly, “Linear Thinking”, Adrienne Gagnon, Jul 21, 2004

2004 San Francisco Chronicle, “Hosfelt Gallery show suggests we’re blinded by information”, Kenneth Baker, Jul 10, 2004, pE1

2003 VC Reporter, “Natural Refinement: Organic takes art by the roots and (gently) pulls”, Rob Campbell, Dec 15, 2003

2003 Los Angeles Times, “Calendar Weekend: All certified Organic”, Josef Woodard, Dec 4, 2003

2003 Artweek, Introductions South at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art”, DeWitt Cheng, Oct 2003, Vol 34, #8

2003 Artweek, Illegal Art at SFMOMA Artists Gallery”, Christine Brenneman, Sep 2003, Vol 34, #7, p17

2003 Stretcher, “West Coast”, Meredith Tromble, Aug 27, 2003

2003 The Boston Globe, “Art attack”, Chris Gaither, Jul 14, 2003, pC1

2003 Wired News, “Artists Just Wanna Be Free”, Danit Lidor, Jul 07, 2003

2003 San Francisco Weekly, “Copy Right or Wrong, Freedoom of Expression: Illegal?”, Hiya Swanhuyser, Jul 2, 2003, p30

2003 San Francisco Bay Guardian, “8 Days a Week: Something in the Air”, J.H. Tompkins, Jul 2, 2003, pp66-67

2003 Memphis Flyer, “Little Green Anthropologists”, Chris Davis, Jun 12, 2003, p27

2002 San Francisco Weekly, “House of Tudor”, Silke Tudor, Dec 24, 2002

2002 SF Gate, Pet And Touch: Two digital artists bring the organic body onto the computer”, Glen Helfand, Jul 2002

1999 bayarea.citysearch.com, “Julia Babiarz and Laura Splan: Marked Territories”, Colin Berry, Aug 1999

1999 San Francisco Bay Guardian, “Critic’s Choice”, Elise Archias, Vol 33, #47, Aug 1999, p116

1999 San Francisco Chronicle, “The Medium is the Message”, Margaret Phelps, Aug 15, 1999, p21

1999 Spectator, “West Meets East: Two Triangle venues host new West Coast art”, Michele Natale, May 19, 1999, p17

1999 TCI Cable Television: Inside City Limits, San Francisco, CA, 1999

1998 RES, “Easy Access--Community Television: a virtually untapped distribution network”, Joe Nickell, Spring 1998, pp33-38

VIDEO ARTIST PROFILES

2023 Sticky Settings: Laura Splan x Adam Lamson, Produced by the Simons Foundation, New York, NY

2022 Laura Splan: NEW INC Artist-in-Residency at EY, in Collaboration with the Cognitive Human Enterprise at EY, New Museum, New York, NY

2021 Laura Splan: Disentanglement, Video by Bruges Triennial: TraumA, Bruges, BE

2017 Laura Splan: Material Expressions, Video by By Brenda Cruz-Wolf for Capsule Gallery, Houston, TX

2011 Laura Splan: Featured Artist, Video by CDC Museum, Atlanta, GA

2008 Installing Manuf®actured, Video by Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, OR

2005 Laura Splan: Artist in Search of a Medium, Spark, Produced by KQED Television, March

1997 Artist’s Television, Artist’s Television Cable Access, San Francisco, CA

SPEAKING & PANELS: VISITING ARTIST & CRITIC

* asterisk indicates recorded talks and lectures

2024 Onassis ONX, New York, NY (Panelist: Laura Splan & Eva Davidova in conversation with EY Metaverse Lab's Domhnaill Hernon & Danielle McPhatter)

2024 The National Arts Club, New York, NY (Featured Speaker—Sticky Settings: Laura Splan × Adam Lamson)

2023 University of Cincinnati School of Art, Cincinnati, OH (Lecture & Studio Visits—Visiting Artist & Scholar Series: "Experiments in Glitch") *

2023 Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium, Centerport, NY (Featured Artist/Speaker—A Guided Sublimation: Laura Splan & Adam Lamson in conversation with Curator Paul Rubery and Media Theorist Brooke Belisle)

2023 Simons Foundation Triangle Retreat, Callicoon Hills, NY (Featured Speaker—Sticky Settings: Laura Splan & Adam Lamson)

2023 Taos Center For The Arts, Taos, NM, FEMeeting: Women in Art, Science and Technology (Artist Talk—Sticky Settings: Ambient Portals in the Genetic Landscape)

2023 Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, Biodesign Challenge Summit (Visiting Critic/Panel Judge)

2023 Getty PST ART Symposium, Beall Center for Art+Technology, University of California, Irvine, CA (Artist Talk/Roundtable Participant—Future Tense: Art, Complexity and Predictability) *

2023 Harvestworks Technology Immersion Program, New York, NY, Curator: Carol Parkinson (Artist Talk—Research-Based Studio Practice)

2023 Royal Institute of Art, Department of Digital Media and Photography, Stockholm, SE, Åsa Andersson Broms’ Post Graduate Course: “Materialities; energies”, Royal Institute of Art (Artist Talk—Material Expressions: Subjectivity and Substance)

2022 SF Presents: The Sticky Space Between Art & Science, In Conversation with Adam Lamson & Laura Splan, Moderated by Salome Asega, Gerald D. Fischbach Auditorium, Simons Foundation, New York, NY (Featured Artist/Discussant)

2022 Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, ES, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Time and Space: Zooming in/out with Esther Pizarro and Ian Callender, Moderated by Andy Gracie (Artist Talk/Panelist—Syndemic Sublime)

2022 New Media Caucus, Future Bodies Symposium, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (Artist Talk with Panel Discussion—Cryptic Lineages: Convergence of Physical and Virtual Worlds in the Expanded Biotechnological Landscape) *

2022 SUNY Purchase College, Purchase, NY (Artist Lecture/Studio Visits—Cryptic Lineages: Navigating Magnitudes of Presence and Absence in The Expanded Biotechnological Landscape)

2022 University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, AU, The Australian Bioprinting Workshop for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (Artist Talk—Sticky Settings: Navigating Entanglements of Computational and Biological Worlds)

2022 University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, Art & Science Salon Series, Curator: Siddharth Ramakrishnan (Artist Lecture—Syndemic Sublime)

2022 University of Iowa, School of Art and Art History, Iowa City, IA (Artist Lecture—Metafrictions: Rhapsodies of Residues in Interstitial Spaces) *

2022 Arizona State University, Leonardo LASER Sciart Talks, Moderated by Pamela Winfrey, Tempe, AZ (Artist Talk—Material Healing) *

2022 New Media Caucus, College Art Association Conference, Showcase: New Media Artists & Scholars (Artist Talk—Syndemic Sublime) *

2022 Stanford University, Leonardo LASER Sciart Talks Co-sponsored by deans of Humanities and Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, Palo Alto, CA, Chaired by cultural historian Piero Scaruffi (Artist Talk—Recursive Residues: Navigating Interfaces Between Virtual & Biological Worlds) *

2022 Ohio State University, Department of Art, Visiting Artist Lecture Series (Artist Lecture—Metafrictions in the Expanded Biotechnological Landscape) *

2022 Biodesign Challenge Summit, New York, NY (Visiting Critic/Panel Judge/Presenter)

2021 The Crit Lab, New York, NY (Artist Lecture—Conserved Domains: (re)materializing patterns/(re)framing motifs)

2021 Fredrickson Family Innovation Lab in partnership with the Quick Center for the Arts (Artist Lecture—Unfolding Narratives: Mining the Biotechnological Imaginary) *

2021 Frontiers of Science Institute, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO (Artist Lecture—Material Expressions: Rematerializing the Biomedical Imaginary)

2021 New Museum, NEW INC’s Radical Evolution: 10 Glimpses into the Future, Co-Presented by Science Sandbox (Artist Talk: Syndemic Sublime) *

2021 Museum of Arts & Design, ARTexchange/CAA, New York, NY (Artist Talk—Precarious Structures: Collective Unraveling & Remote Entanglements)

2021 Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN (Artist Lecture—Entangled Entities: Interspecies Entanglements in the Biotechnological Landscape) *

2021 Biodesign Challenge Summit, New York, NY (Visiting Critic/Panel Judge)

2020 MicrobeTV: This Week in Virology, Curator: Vincent Racaniello (Artist Lecture: Syndemic Sublime) *

2020 Telematic Media Arts, San Francisco, CA, Online Programming for The Archive to Come, Curators: Clark Buckner/Carla Gannis (Artist Talk: Pandemic Panorama: Molecular Meditations) 

2020 Norwegian Bioart Arena (NOBA) Symposium: Viral Life, Moderated by Nora Vaage, Presented by Vitenparken Ås (Artist Talk/Panel: Unraveling: Material Artifacts & Poetic Subjectivities of the Biotechnological Landscape) *

2020 University of Connecticut Humanities Institute in collaboration with the Art & Art History Department (Artist Lecture: Shaded Areas of Uncertainty) *

2020 ecoartTECH, Curator: Patricia Lee Watts, Online (Artist Talk: TechnoMaterialities—Digitally Mediated Encounters with the Biological World)

2020 Virtual Venture Café at the uCity Science Center, Curator: Angela McQuillan, Online (Artist Lecture+Sound Performance by Frank Masciocchi: Disrupted Domains) *

2020 Coalesce Center for Biological Arts, Coalesce Dispersion Talks, Moderated by Paul Vanouse and Stephanie Rothenberg, Online (Artist Talk Series: Art & Science in a Global Pandemic) *

2020 SciArt Initiative, LunchBreak: In Conversation with Carrie Klein/Julia Buntaine Hoel (Artist Talk: Remote Entanglements) *

2020 University of Connecticut, School of Fine Arts, Prof. Barry Rosenberg’s, Graduate Seminar, Online (Artist Talk: Invisible Materialities) *

2020 Virtual Venture Café at the uCity Science Center, Curator: Angela McQuillan, Online (Artist Lecture: Precarious Structures) *

2020 Biodesign Challenge Summit, New York, NY (Visiting Critic/Panel Judge)

2019 Parsons School of Design, Laimah Osman’s Course: Printmaking: Alternative Process, New York, NY (Artist Talk)

2019 AS220, Digital Arts Fellowship Lecture Series, Providence, RI (Speaker/Panelist)

2019 Pennsylvania State University, John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture, State College, PA (Lecture/Graduate Studio Critiques)

2018 San Jose State University, LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) Art/Science Talks, Presented by the Digital Media Art Program at the CADRE Media Lab, San Jose, CA (Artist Talk)

2018 University of San Francisco, LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) Art/Science Talks, San Francisco, CA (Artist Talk)

2018 California College of Art, Oakland, CA (Artist Talk)

2018 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, Snow Yunxue Fu’s Seminar: Digitization  (Online Artist Talk)

2018 Stanford University, Art & Art History Department, Palo Alto, CA, Camille Utterback’s Course: Drawing with Code (Artist Talk)

2018 Material Turn Symposium, Concordia University, Montréal, QC, CA, Moderated by Barbara Layne, (Speaker/Panelist—Undo/Redo: Material Expressions of Embodied Constructs)

2018 Science Center, Philadelphia, PA (Artist Talk)

2018 Creative Tech Week, New York, NY (Artist Talk: Fabricated Bodies: Materializing the Biotechnological Imagination)

2017 College Art Association Conference, New York, NY, Entangling Art & Biology: Bioart & Beyond, Moderated by Meredith Tromble (Speaker/Panelist)

2017 Textile Study Group of New York, New York, NY (Lecture)

2017 University of North Texas, Denton, TX, Digital Fabrication Symposium Presented by the College of Visual Arts & Design (Keynote Lecture: Bits & Pieces: Material Epistemologies & Digital Fabrication) 

2017 LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous), Curators: Ellen K. Levy & Patricia Olynyk, New York, NY (Artist Talk)

2017 Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, University of New Haven, Old Lyme, CT (Lecture/Undergraduate Studio Critiques)

2017 NYU Langone Medical Center Art Gallery, New York, NY (Artist Talk: Manifest)

2016 University of Maine, IMRC/Dept. of New Media, Orono, ME (Lecture: Material Expressions)

2016 Creative Tech Week, New York, NY (Artist Talk: Fabricated Bodies: Materializing the Biotechnological Imagination)

2016 SubnetAIR, Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University of Salzburg, Austria (Artist Talk)

2016 New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY, Comrade Truebridge: Transdisciplinary Workgroup organized by Quintan Ana Wikswo, Sponsored by Creative Capital & New York Foundation for the Arts (Discussant)

2015 Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY, TechNoBody, Moderated by Patricia Miranda (Panelist)

2015 Illinois State University, Normal, IL (Lecture/Graduate & Undergraduate Studio Critiques)

2015 University of North Carolina, Hanes Visiting Artist Lecture Series, Art & Art History Department, Chapel Hill, NC (Lecture/Graduate Studio Critiques) 

2015 Digital Fabrication Speaker Series, Livestreamed Event (Lecture: Fabricated Bodies: Materializing the Biological Imagination)

2015 Austin Peay State University, Department of Art, Clarksville, TN (Lecture: (Re)Materializing the Biological Imagination)

2015 Maker Faire, New York Hall of Science Auditorium, Center Stage, New York, NY (Artist Talk: Decoding the Biological via Digital Media Art)

2014 New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY, Comrade Truebridge: Transdisciplinary Workgroup organized by Quintan Ana Wikswo, Sponsored by Creative Capital & New York Foundation for the Arts (Discussant)

2014 Dowling College, Visual Arts Department, Ceramics Studio, Oakdale, NY (Lecture: Distillations)

2013 Brooklyn Museum, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn, NY, Women Artists and the Body (Speaker/Panelist)

2013 Googleplex, Mountain View, CA, SciFoo, Organized by Digital Science, O’Reilly Media & Google with Support from Nature (Discussant)

2013 Science on Tap, Co-Hosted by The Mütter Museum, Philadelphia, PA (Lecture: Domesticated Viscera)

2013 SUNY Fredonia, NY (Studio Critiques/Lecture: Gone Viral: Medical Science and Contemporary Textile Art)

2012 Googleplex, Mountain View, CA, SciFoo, Organized by Digital Science, O’Reilly Media & Google with Support from Nature, Dancing With DNA, Painting With Blood: Scott Snibbe, Laura Splan, Drew Berry (Speaker/Discussant)

2012 New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM (Graduate Studio Critiques/Lecture: Material Thought)

2012 Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA (Lecture/Graduate Studio Critiques)

2011 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, Department of Anthropology, Professor Ewa Domanska’s course: Biohumanities: BioArt (Speaker/Discussant)

2011 San Francisco State University / Co-Presented by KQED, San Francisco, CA (Lecture/Graduate Studio Critiques)

2010 Museum for Art & Design, New York, NY, Dead or Alive: Intersections of Art & Science, Moderated by David Revere McFadden (Roundtable Discussant)

2009 Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX (Studio Critiques/Lecture: Body Politic)

2009 Shakerag Workshops, Faculty Lecture Series, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee, Sewanee, TN (Lecture)

2009 Davidson College, Davidson, NC, Re/Formations (Panelist)

2008 Rhodes College, Lillian & Morrie Moss Foundation Lecture, Memphis, TN (Studio Critiques/Lecture: Reflexive)

2008 California College of Art, San Francisco, CA, Biology as Master Metaphor, Mara Holt Skov’s/Steven Skov Holt’s Seminar (Speaker/Discussant)

2007 California College of Art, Textiles Department, Oakland, CA (Lecture)

2007 Museum for Art & Design, New York, NY, Pricked: Extreme Embroidery (Panelist)

2007 New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY, Rendering the Invisible, Biology and Art: Two Worlds or One? (Speaker/Panelist)

2006 Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD (Lecture/Graduate Studio Critiques)

2005 Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Rosa, CA, Carnal Knowledge (Panelist)

2005 California College of Art, San Francisco, CA, BioTechniques: Phil Ross’s Seminar (Speaker/Discussant)

2005 California Institute of the Arts, CSSSA, Art and Culture Lecture Series, Valencia, CA (Lecture)

2005 Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA (Lecture: Domesticated Viscera)

2005 San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA (Lecture)

2005 Kala Art Institute, Fellowship Artist Lecture Series, Berkeley, CA (Lecture)

2005 University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA (Lecture)

2004 Exploratorium, Brown Bag Lecture Series, San Francisco, CA (Lecture)

2004 Stanford University, Art & Art History Department, Palo Alto, CA, Art & Biology, Professor Gail Wight’s Seminar (Speaker/Discussant)

2004 St. Mary’s College, Art Department, Moraga, CA (Lecture)

2003 SF Camerawork, San Francisco, CA (Artist Talk w/Philip Ross)

2002 California State University, Hayward, CA (Lecture)

2002 Ladyfest, Spring Tower, Los Angeles, CA, Feminist Art & Activism (Panelist)

ACADEMIC TEACHING

2022 Hunter College, Integrated Media Arts Program, New York, NY (Spring Course: Data Bodies–Procedural Aesthetics and the Computational Imagination)

2018 Stanford University, Art & Art History Department, Palo Alto, CA (Fall Courses: Embodied Interfaces; Data as Material)

2016 University of Maine, Department of New Media, Orono, ME (4-Week Fall Seminar: Art & Biology)

2015 Illinois State University, College of Fine Arts, Normal, IL (3-Week Fall Seminar: Art & Biology)

2013 SUNY Purchase College, Department of Art & Design, Purchase, NY (Winter Course: Design for the Web)

2013 Marymount Manhattan College, Department of Art, New York, NY (Spring Course: Digital Imaging)

2011 Stanford University, Art & Art History Department, Palo Alto, CA (Spring Courses: Art & Biology; Digital Art)

2005 Mills College, Intermedia Arts Department, Oakland, CA (Spring Course: Electronic Arts)

2009 Northgate High School, Walnut Creek, CA (Senior Art Project Mentor)

2007-08 San Francisco Art Institute, School of Studio Practice, Low Residency MFA Program, San Francisco, CA (Instructor for Independent Study)

2005-04 California College of Art, Fine Arts Department, MFA Program, San Francisco, CA (Studio Practice Instructor)

WORKSHOPS

2023 Genspace Community Bio Lab, Brooklyn, NY (Workshop—Sticky Settings: Molecular Worldbuilding in Blender with artist Laura Splan)

2022 Tang Teaching Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY (Workshop—Spinning Down: A Yarn Workshop with Laura Splan)

2021 Fredrickson Family Innovation Lab, in partnership with the Quick Center for the Arts, in collaboration with Dr. Daniel Fried (Workshop—Tickling the Bonds: Creative Engagement with Molecular Visualization Tools)

2021 Museum of Arts & Design, Presented by CAA ARTexchange, New York, NY (Workshop—Precarious Structures: Collaborative Unraveling & Weaving Project)

2020 Coalesce Center for Biological Arts, University at Buffalo, NY (Bioart Workshop—Transgressing Boundaries: Bacterial Transformation)

2019 AS220 Industries, Providence, RI, NEA Digital Arts Fellowship Workshops, Supported by National Endowment for the Arts
Reimagining Craft Through Code: Intro to Processing
Sensors and Interactive Circuits: Intro to Arduino

2012-13 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, NY (Digital Media Workshops for Imaging and Video)

2012 Morbid Anatomy Library’s Observatory, Brooklyn, NY (Workshop & Lecture: Dissection as Studio Practice)

2009 Shakerag Workshops, St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School, Sewanee, TN (Summer Studio Intensive—From Pixel to Print:  Digital Imaging and Inkjet Printing)

2002 Center for Electronic Arts, San Francisco, CA (Web Design Workshops)

1996-2012 Bay Area Video Coalition, Education Department, San Francisco, CA (Staff Instructor for Digital Media Workshops, MediaLink, YouthLink, Private Tutorials)

STUDIO PRACTICE ADVISING

1996–Present Plexus Creative: Radical Imagination+Practical Skills, Online & Onsite (Studio Practice Instruction & Advising for organizations and individuals)

2023 NEW INC XR Track, New Museum, New York, NY (Professional Practices Presenter & Discussant)

2022 NEW INC, New Museum, New York, NY (Cultural Incubator Mentor)

2023 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, Lien Truong’s MFA Teaching Practicum (Professional Practices Workshop / Studio Visits with Graduate Students)

2021 Austin Peay State University, Department of Art + Design, Senior Thesis Projects, with Professor Evie Woltil Richner (Visiting Artist Q & A)

2021 The Crit Lab, New York, NY (Visiting Artist & Critic)

2021 Arts Council England, Advisor for DYCP Awardee (Private Studio Practice Advising)

2021 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, Lien Truong’s MFA Teaching Practicum (Professional Practices Workshop / Studio Visits with Graduate Students)

2020 University of Connecticut, Art & Art History Department, Online (Studio Visits with Graduate Students)

2011 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, Department of Art & Art History, Professional Art Practices Graduate Seminar (Visiting Artist/Discussant)

STUDIO VISITS WITH VISITING INSTITUTIONS

2023 LUCA School of the Arts, Brussels, BE, Studio Visit & Artist Talk (Brooklyn Studio)

2021 Austin Peay State University, Department of Art + Design, Senior Thesis Projects, with Professor Evie Woltil Richner (Online Q & A)

2017 Alfred University, School of Art and Design, Interactive Media Studio with Professor Barbara Lattanzi (in Institute for Electronic Arts studio)

2016 University of Georgia, School of Art, Interim Semester Seminar with Professor Marni Shindelman’s Class (Brooklyn Studio)

2016 University of North Texas, Department of Studio Art, New Media Art with Professor Liss LaFleur’s Class (Brooklyn Studio)

2010 San Francisco State University, Art Department, Graduate Seminar with Professor Lewis deSoto’s Class (Brooklyn Studio)

CURATORIAL PROJECTS, SELECTION COMMITTEES

2017–Present Plexus Projects, Brooklyn, NY, Artists: Mark Ramos, Ziyang Wu, Lee Tusman, Dakota Gearhart, Danielle Ezzo, others (Founder/Director: Studio Curatorial Projects including exhibitions and residencies)

2023 GUI/GOOEY, Group Exhibition, Plexus Projects, Brooklyn, NY, Artists: Elaine Whittaker, Mark Ramos, Ziyang Wu, others (Curator)

2018 ACRE Residency, Selection Committee for Summer Residency Program, Steuben, WI (Juror)

2018 Apparatus, Group Exhibition, Plexus Projects, Brooklyn, NY (Curator)

2018 Permeable Boundaries, Group Exhibition, Plexus Projects, Brooklyn, NY (Curator)

2018 Future Artifact 2, Creative Tech Week Digital Art Group Exhibition, Plexus Projects, Brooklyn, NY (Curator)

2016 Future Artifact, Creative Tech Week Digital Art Exhibition, Dose Projects, Brooklyn, NY, Artists: Sophie Barrett-Kahn, Julia Buntaine, Snow Yunxue Fu, Bang Geul Han, others (Curator)

2013 The Dose Makes the Poison, Dose Projects, Brooklyn, NY, Artists: Bert Bergen, Carolyn Monastra, Debra Ramsay, John Andrew, Kimberly Witham (Group Exhibition)

2013–17 Dose Projects: Artists+Causes, Brooklyn, NY, Artists: Karen Azoulay, Leah DeVun, Riitta Ikonen, Bill Durgin, Lien Truong, Amelia Bauer, others (Founder/Director: Studio Curatorial Projects including group and solo exhibitions)

2011 Byrdcliffe Artist-in-Residence Program, Woodstock, NY (Juror)

2001 Residual Images, Studio Z Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Co-Curator w/Karen Kirchhoff, Artists: Megan Cump, Jennifer Fiore, Heather Johnson, Steven Barich, Reuben Lorch-Miller, others (Curator)

1997 Stimulus Transmit: Independent Media Art, City Visions Public Access TV, San Francisco, CA, Artists: Tamiko Thiel, Vicky Funari, Lenn Keller, Shanna Maurizi, others (Co-Curator w/Jeannie Finley)

1993-1996 Beehive, Art and Poetry Zines, (Co-Curator w/Allyson Shaw)

interdisciplinary artist Laura Splan in her Brooklyn studio