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Education:

2014-2011 MFA Studio Art, Hunter College, New York, NY
2006-2002 BA Photography, Webster University, St. Louis, MO, Cum Laude

Exhibitions and Performances:

2017 Whitney Houston Biennial, curated by Christine Finley, New York, NY
2015 Moving Mass performed in BACON FRIDAY Performance Series No. 1, Present Co. curated by Irvin Morazan, Brooklyn, NY
2015 Immediate Female, Judith Charles Gallery, curated by Robert Dimin, New York, NY
2015 Behind the White Walls, curated by norton, Carmen Herrero, Elisabeth Sherman and Hazel Santino, BFP Creative Brooklyn, NY
2015 Tonal Vision White Box, curated by norton and Elisabeth Sherman, New York, NY
2014 Sex Without Bodies and performance of Variation X:  _about sex and the world #ferguson Temporary Agency, Queens, NY
2014 And there is… The making of gray, Hunter College Spring 2014 Thesis Exhibition, New York, NY
2014 Whitney Houston Biennial, curated by Christine Finley, Brooklyn, NY
2013 Text for A Guest in the Cavern, A Northside Town Hall Community and Cultural Center, Brooklyn, NY
2010 Violence, Los Caminos, curated by Cole Root and Francesca Wilmott, St. Louis, MO http://www.loscaminosart.com/
2008 In This Place, Webster Groves Christian Church Gallery, St. Louis, MO
2006 Idaho, Webster University Library, St. Louis, MO
2005 Thailand 360°, 1608 Gallery, St. Louis, MO

Publications:

2015 Tongue, Taste, Appetite, Issue 1, Temporary Agency Publishing, New York, NY

Events:

2015 Curator, Suzanne Jackson: Suggestions from Nature, Co-moderator with Kiran Chandra, Dominika Ksel and Amanda Pohan, Liberating Notions of Art: Past/Present/Future of the Artist-Run Space, Panel discussion with Suzanne Jackson (Gallery 32), Sarada Rausch (Heliopolis), Joan Snitzer (A.I.R. Gallery) and Austin Thomas (Hansel and Gretel Picture Garden Pocket Utopia), Temporary Agency Queens, NY
2014 Organized and Co-moderatored with Rotem Linial, Liminal Languages: Complexity and Emotion in Art, Panel discussion with Jennifer Doyle, Sarah Schulman, and Dawn Lundy Martin of YAMS Collective, Hunter College, NY.

Press:

“Inside the Whitney Houston Biennial: Brooklyn’s Witty, All-Female Alternative to the Whitney Biennial”
by Annie Malamet, Flavorwire.com 2014
“Shock and Awe at Hunter College’s MFA Open Studios” by Emily Colucci, Hyperallergic.com 2013