Big Medium Coffee Chat: May 14th at 11 am | PURGATORIAL STASIS

Spring has sprung and we are quarantine, limited, unemployed, baffled. worried, isolated, quieted, safe.

An unprecedented time in the creative community and globally, we are all trying to stay safe and sane during the pandemic of the novel coronavirus CoVid-19. I hope that all of you are maintaining positivity as best you can and reaching out to loved ones and staying creative and lucid whenever possible. I am here to listen and advise for anyone who may need support and guidance. Feel free to reach out to me.

Clearly, my plans for a panel at SXSW and the screening of my film have been cancelled or postponed indefinitely.

I will, however, be doing a Coffee Chat with Jordan Gentry from Big Medium this THURSDAY, May 14th, 2020 at 11 am CST via Zoom, talking with her about my process, the current state of the world and the role of artists in dire times, with a Q&A at the end. Feel free to register for the info to join via zoom HERE. xoxox

SXSW panel: Subverting Narrative and Artmaking with the Audience

All SXSW badgeholders!

I will be doing my first panel EVER for South by Southwest festival on March 14th, 12:30-1:30 at the JW Marriott, Salon 3-4 with the fabulous Erica Nix and lovely Katelena Cowles aka Comfort Artist. You do need a badge to get it. Read more about our plans HERE.




2020: All Seeing Eye

New Year! New Decade! New Studio!

Got some new digs over at Canopy at long last. Finishing TMI my new video project, to be shown in May and working on some new projects. Room 212, free and open to studio visits in the coming month







Fall 2019: Sanctum, Warmly Persuasive and celebrations

Catching up on all recent activity here!
Last September, I curated a show at Big Medium called Sanctum brought together a collection of international artists to present work in conversation around the concept of genetic memory- Beili Liu, Birthe Piontek, Jaime Zuverza, Cordula Dity and Scott Campbell. Long fascinated with the idea that we inherit not only DNA but fear, habits, triumph, trauma and love, among other things from our ancestors, I gathered these artists to explore how this affects our collective cultural consciousness. Hailing from diverse practices and working in video, installation, photography, painting and sculpture, this show included an excerpt from my latest video TMI, which she filmed this past summer in Detroit.

Great press from Robert Faires and the Chronicle here.

Andy Campbell curated a fabulous group show in Los Angeles for the ICOSA Collective at TSALA called Warmly Persuasive.

Voyages Houston did a fun online interview with me. Read it here

And yours truly celebrated the BIG birthday, both with a house full of guests dressed in red and with family near and far in the deserts of Joshua Tree!


Summer 2019 News Flash

Greetings! Welcome to the new blog for updates on my projects and art plans. I am thrilled to announce that I was nominated, along with four other talented women, for the 2019 Best Artist category by the Austin Critic’s Table! An honor that I share in great company.

Following the Ultima Thule exhibition I created at ICOSA Gallery this past spring, I travelled north to Detroit to start work on my new film TMI. A small sample of the project will debut at a group show of the same name that I am curating this September at Big Medium. Stay tuned!