"Artists in Offices" podcast interview!

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of sitting down with Rebecca Bird Grigsby to talk about the balance between what I think of as “work work” and “art work” for her new podcast, Artists in Offices.

For the first season of the podcast, Rebecca interviewed artists who all have some kind of employment in addition to their artistic practice. Throughout the interviews, the artists (myself included) discuss how these two types of work intersect and support one another, or don’t. I loved listening to other folks discussing how they manage their lives as artists and professionals, and I think you will too!

You can listen to episodes and find out more about the podcast here.

Photo courtesy Sophia Schultz Rocha

Photo courtesy Sophia Schultz Rocha

"We have to talk about liberating minds"

We Have to Talk About Liberating Minds is currently on view at CTRL+SHFT Gallery in Oakland, CA. The exhibition showcases the work of current CTRL+SHFT Collective members, and was curated by guest curator Yomna Osman.

Being part of the CTRL+SHFT community has been one of the most meaningful experiences of my art practice and I am honored to be in such a stellar exhibition with my colleagues. The exhibition features eleven pieces including video, sculpture and drawing, as well as a live performance by Nina Wu and collaborators Rose Huey and Courtney Hope on Sunday, March 10th.

I hope you’re able to come check out the show, which is on view through March 16th. Gallery hours are every Saturday and Sunday, from 12 - 5pm.

CTRL+SHFT Collective 1430 34th St. Oakland, CA

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TAKEOVER: San Francisco / Alter Space Gallery

November 18 - 25, 2017
OPENING RECEPTION: November 18, 7 - 10PM

It was an honor to be included earlier this year in Serena Cole's TAKEOVER publication, which includes an essay I wrote and image of my work. I am equally honored to share with you all TAKEOVER: San Francisco, a group exhibition of thirty artists from the TAKEOVER zine. The opening reception on November 18th coincides with the official release of the publication, which is available here.

Alter Space Gallery is located at 1158 Howard Street in San Francisco.


Sabbath: The 2017 Dorothy Saxe Invitational opens this week!

I am so thrilled to be included in this exhibition, opening on Sunday. 

From the CJM:
The Dorothy Saxe Invitational, now in its eleventh iteration, gives contemporary artists from a variety of backgrounds the opportunity to delve into a Jewish tradition. While previous Invitationals have primarily focused around Jewish ceremonial and ritual objects, The 2017 Dorothy Saxe Invitational explores a Jewish idea—that of The Sabbath. 
Inviting fifty-seven artists to comment on Sabbath—the day of rest—gives the diverse group an opportunity to examine the depth of the fourth commandment, its influences, and its universality. A pillar of many religions and a staple of the modern workweek, the ideas in the Sabbath are integral to how time is viewed. All works of art in the exhibition are for sale; proceeds benefit the artists and The CJM exhibition program.