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A Guided Sublimation at Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium
immersive planetarium experience combining micro and macro worlds with animation and sound created in collaboration with theoretical biophysicist Adam Lamson
Syndemic Sublime in "La irrupció" at Santa Mònica for ISEA
data-driven molecular animation commissioned for International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) at Santa Mònica Arts Centre
generative 3D animations using COVID death data to disrupt amino acid residues on intertwined human and non-human proteins
Disentanglement and Doilies in "Triënnale Brugge: TraumA" at Musea Brugge
site-specific intervention commissioned for Bruges Triennial with animations and sculptures exploring theme of “trauma”
triptych sculpture with 3-channel synchronous animation of 3D models (coronavirus, human cells, non-human antibodies) created using models of the coronavirus, human cells, and non-human antibodies
Host in "Re/Presenting HIV/AIDS" at Van/Every Smith Gallery
multimedia installation with sculptures and works on paper commissioned for exhibition about representations of HIV/AIDS
Surface Tension in "Watching Hands" at David J. Sencer CDC Museum
graphite drawings with soap bubble residue commissioned for exhibition about disease prevention and public health
Trousseau in "Unravelling the Manor" at Preston Manor
site-specific sculptural interventions constructed from remnant cosmetic facial peel commissioned for group exhibition
computerized embroidery on sculpture made from remnant cosmetic facial peel
Fan (Anatomy of the Gaze)
computerized embroidery on remnant cosmetic facial peel with retina anatomy as decorative motif
Handkerchief (Anatomy of Tears)
computerized embroidery on remnant cosmetic facial peel with tear duct anatomy as decorative motif
remnant cosmetic facial peel sculpture cast from breasts
remnant cosmetic facial peel sculptures cast from artist's hands
Doilies and Trousseau in "Re/Formations" at Van Every/Smith Galleries
installation of tactile lace viruses and facial peel sculptures commissioned for exhibition about disability and female identity
lace drawing created using artist's blood as ink commissioned for private art collection
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