Schedule: MARCH-APRIL 2018 @ LOVELAND MUSEUM OF ART, LOVELAND, CO JUNE-AUGUST 2018 @ CENTER THEATER GALLERY AT THE JACKSON CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS, JACKSON, WY OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2018 @ TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY VISUAL ARTS GALLERY, KIRKSVILLE, MO SEPTEMBER-DECEMBER 2019 @ THE NICOLAYSEN ART MUSEUM, CASPER, WY
innate confluences is a critical exploration of human impact on the environment. Through a series of data-driven visualizations, live-video experiments, 3-dimensional reconstructions, and audience-responsive interactive pieces, innate confluences reflects, through many sizes, shapes and media, what Western North America looked like prior to and after humans appeared on the natural landscape, nearly 12,000-years-ago. innate confluences is predicated on evidence that human presence has altered the natural landscape and the species that are a part of it, through questions: how has the presence of humans altered the natural world, and how has the natural world influenced human culture? More...
NATURE & SPIRIT: A DIGITAL LENS OF GAY-MALE CULTURE
Hinterland Art Space, Denver, CO [May-June, 2015] URBNMEDIA @ The Temple Art Space, Denver, CO [April 2015]
Nature & Spirit explores how the culture-at-large (the mainstream culture) has specifically suppressed gay-male behavior, simultaneously fueling the formation of support networks and popular gay characteristics (e.g. lingo & speak, art, camp and drag). Revisiting 20th century expressions of gay-male culture through 21st century new media practices, Nature & Spirit decodes and interprets the interplay of identity politics and biological politics in dialogue with biomimetic creative practices. More...