Vassar College did a really nice piece on Intersections. Click here to see it on their site.
Intersections went up! and came down...at Vassar College. It was well received and I am glad I had this opportunity to work with Susan Reiser and the Creative Arts Across Disciplines program.
Working on new work for an exhibition to open September 11 with reception on September 15, 2017!
I am honored to be included in this beautiful new book !
Seton Hall University produced a nice write up on my University Research Council award. Click here to read more.
NY SILVER: Then & Now opens at the City Museum of New York on Wednesday, June 28. It will be on view through June 2018.
I am Artist-in-Residence at Vassar College in the Creative Arts Across Disciplines (CAAD) program. Work completed this summer will be exhibited September 2017.
April 8, 2017: Layer Chiffon at Vassar College
I am currently working on a project as a Seton Hall University Digital Humanities Fellow. Check out the progress here (Layer Chiffon Process) and see it live April 7-9 at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. (click images to see progress)
I was interviewed for How Design Magazine about 3D printing. Read the article here: Close Encounters of the 3D Kind: The Rise and Future of 3D Printed Design, by Jason Tselentis.
February through July 2016
Clever on Sunday is now on view in the exhibition Made for You: New Directions in Contemporary Design curated by Jennifer Scanlan. The exhibition runs February 6 - July 10, 2016 at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art @ SUNY New Paltz.
Bubble Wrap (2008) has been acquired by the Mint Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina.
I was invited to be a part of the ACC Symposium: Making Meaning in the Marketplace with Dena Molnar at the Savannah College of Art and Design. The symposium included a talk and panel discussion at the SCAD Museum and a day-long workshop with students. The outcome of the workshop can be seen here: www.postdigitalcollaboration.wordpress.com.
I am now Assistant Professor of Fine and Digital Art at Seton Hall University!
I was a participant in a NSF funded workshop CITA (computing in the arts) at the College of Charleston in May 2015.
I presented a paper with Marguerite Doman at the SIGCSE (computer science education) conference in Kansas City. I was also awarded one of 6 travel grants that were presented to first time attendees. Read more about it here: http://www.cs.middlebury.edu/sigcse/bulletin.47.3.pdf