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  1. EXPERIMENTAL WRITING*

    "I Really Got You Wrong, Didn't I," Encyclopedia of Things, edited by Elizabeth Schmolarz and Michelle Levy, Spectre Books, (Leipzig, Germany), 2022.

    "An Impossibility," selected vignettes for "corporeal art experiment," Famous Chimps, 2020.

    "Revisiting the Text(s)," abridged version originally slated for ARTSLANT (unpublished due to AS closing), 2017.

  2. PERFORMANCES

    “the evangelicals,” performative talk, in conjunction with Pablo Helguera's The Incoherents, Hunter East Harlem Gallery, NY, Feb. 2017.

    “Through a Glass Dimly,” interactive written performance activated by sculpture, curated by Keena Gonzalez, Michael Berube, St. Paul’s Cathedral, NY, Sept. 11, 2013.

  3. READINGS*

    Forthcoming: select readings from Encyclopedia of Things, New York Art Book Fair, October 2022

    "Twelve Labors: #3," art + text performances, curated by Rachel Hillery, Hercules Art Center, Jan. 2020

    "Invitational #1," Williamsburg Brooklyn Public Library, poetry readings, curated by Diane Ludin, Nov. 19, 2019

    "Mimeo Microphone," St. Mark's Poetry Project, poetry readings, curated by Laura Henriksen, with Ama Birch, Janna Dyk, Stella Hayes, Adeena Karasick, Julia Knobloch,Diane Ludin, Murat Nemet-Nejat, Bob Rosenthal, Marina Tempkina, and Peter Valente, Nov. 4, 2019

    "Source Material," Art Seed, Marble House Project, art + text performance and curatorial talk, May 2017

    “To Tell You,” poetry reading, St. Mark’s Poetry Project, New York, Jan. 8, 2015

  4. TALKS

    "Redirect," panel discussion on technology and changing sociopolitical landscapes, with Lei Han, Joyce Lee, Ben Duvall, and Victoria Bradbury, RAMP, Asheville, NC, Jan 2020.

    "In Absentia, in Effigy," panel discussion on politics, images, perception, with Shahrzad Changalvaee, Janna Dyk, Clara Darrason, and Jennifer Houdrouge, about Changalvaee's exhibition, "In Absentia, in Effigy," The Chimney, February 17, 2019.

    "Memory, Images, Perception, & Queerness," panel discussion, with Osman Can Yerebekan and Cansu Korkmaz, SOHO20 +/- Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 6, 2019.

    "Artists investigate global politics via family histories,” talk + panel discussion, for "out of story: poetry, politics, and practice," 205 Hudson Gallery, April 2017

    "Family Archives, Travel, Politics," talk with Adam Golfer, Booklyn Artist Alliance, September 2016.

    "Interdisciplinary Programming," talk with Ken David Masur, Fanny Clamagirand, and cellist Marc Coppey, Chelsea Music Festival, NYCAMS Gallery, June 2012.

  5. "Redirect," panel discussion on technology and changing sociopolitical landscapes, with Lei Han, Joyce Lee, Ben Duvall, and Victoria Bradbury, RAMP, Asheville, NC, Jan 2020.

    "Redirect," panel discussion on technology and changing sociopolitical landscapes, with Lei Han, Joyce Lee, Ben Duvall, and Victoria Bradbury, RAMP, Asheville, NC, Jan 2020.

    "Memory, Images, Perception, & Queerness," panel discussion, with Osman Can Yerebekan and Cansu Korkmaz, SOHO20 +/- Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 6, 2019.

    "Memory, Images, Perception, & Queerness," panel discussion, with Osman Can Yerebekan and Cansu Korkmaz, SOHO20 +/- Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 6, 2019.

    "Source Material," Marble House Project Art Seed Talk, 2017

    "Source Material," Marble House Project Art Seed Talk, 2017

    Through a Glass Dimlyinteractive performance, St. Paul's Cathedral, New York,2013

    Through a Glass Dimly
    interactive performance, St. Paul's Cathedral, New York,
    2013

    "2012 Festival Interdisciplinary Programming," talk with conductor and festival Director Ken David Masur, violinist Fanny Clamagirand, and cellist Marc Coppey, Chelsea Music Festival, NYCAMS Gallery, June 2012.

    "2012 Festival Interdisciplinary Programming," talk with conductor and festival Director Ken David Masur, violinist Fanny Clamagirand, and cellist Marc Coppey, Chelsea Music Festival, NYCAMS Gallery, June 2012.

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      "Redirect," panel discussion on technology and changing sociopolitical landscapes, with Lei Han, Joyce Lee, Ben Duvall, and Victoria Bradbury, RAMP, Asheville, NC, Jan 2020.

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      "Memory, Images, Perception, & Queerness," panel discussion, with Osman Can Yerebekan and Cansu Korkmaz, SOHO20 +/- Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, Apr. 6, 2019.

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      "Source Material," Marble House Project Art Seed Talk, 2017

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      Through a Glass Dimly
      interactive performance, St. Paul's Cathedral, New York,
      2013

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      "2012 Festival Interdisciplinary Programming," talk with conductor and festival Director Ken David Masur, violinist Fanny Clamagirand, and cellist Marc Coppey, Chelsea Music Festival, NYCAMS Gallery, June 2012.

    Panel discussion and performance highlights, 2012 - present (or also, an archive of do's)

  6. *Additional works are available for publishing, readings, and commissions. Please contact me for details.