FAITH HOLLAND

Faith Holland, Geyser, 2015, GIF, edition of 3

FAITH HOLLAND

Faith Holland is an artist and curator whose practice focuses on gender and sexuality’s relationship to the Internet. She received her BA in Media Studies at Vassar College and her MFA in Photography, Video, and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts. Her work has been exhibited at Elga Wimmer (New York), Axiom Gallery (Boston), the Philips Collection (Washington, D.C.), DAM Gallery (Berlin), and File Festival (São Paulo). Her work has been written about in Artforum, The Sunday Times UK, Art F City, Hyperallergic, Artnet, The Creator’s Project, and Dazed Digital. She was a 2014 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship Finalist in Digital/Electronic Art. She had her first solo show at Transfer Gallery in 2015.

Education
2013 School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
Master of Fine Arts in Photography, Video, and Related Media
2007 Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies with Honors

selected exhibitions
2015
Stealing from the Real: Simulation and Sense Making, curated by Georgina Lewis, Machines with Magnets, Providence, RI
DRKRM, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Notre avenir dans l’air, curated by Fabio Carnaghi, Antiquarium Alda Levi, Milan, Italy
Porn to Pizza, curated by Tina Sauerländer, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Exquisite Corpse, Fuse Art Space, curated by Sarah Faraday, Bradford, UK
Technophilia (solo exhibition), Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Stealing from the Real: Simulation and Sense Making, curated by Georgina Lewis, Boston Cyberarts Gallery, Boston, MA
Configured, Onishi Gallery, New York, NY

2014
State Abed, curated by Nataša Kadin, DC Rojca, Pula, Croatia
A Personal Thing, curated by David Willis, 184 Projects, Brooklyn, New York
Spaced Out: Migration to the Interior, curated by Phong Bui, Red Bull Studios, New York, NY
Art in Odd Places: The Artifacts, curated by Claire Demere, Spontaneous Interventions, Governor’s Island, NY
Ways of Something, curated by Lorna Mills, TRANSFER Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“influx” (arrival and inward flow of a large amount of something), part 2, curated by Mark Dorf, CR10 Arts, Hudson, NY
Screensavers: Travels in Sleep, curated by Shireen Abrishamian and Jenny Gerow,
BRIC Arts Media House, Brooklyn, NY
The One Minutes, curated by Ineke Bakker and Jiang Hong Qing, Power Station of Art, Shanghai, China
Hotter Than July, curated by Savannah Spirit, New York Studio Gallery, New York, NY
Science Fiction: New Death, FACT, Liverpool, UK
Exuberant Politics, Public Space One, Iowa City, IA
Try to Forget, curated by Jay Gambit, The Rat Factory Gallery, Hollywood, California
The Last Brucennial, Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York, NY
State Abed, curated by Nataša Kadin, Gallery of Fine Arts, Split, Croatia
Digital Storytelling, Berlin Directors Lounge X, Berlin, Germany

2013
Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1, curated by Phong Bui, Brooklyn, NY
MFA Photography, Video & Related Media Thesis Exhibition, curated by Bonnie Yochelson, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
OFFLINE ART: new2, curated by Aram Bartholl, Xpo Gallery, Paris, France
Collision18:present, Boston Cyberarts Gallery, Boston, MA

2012
10.-22.-38 Astoria 2, curated by Fictilis, the Lab, San Francisco, CA
Backlash: On Women’s Basic Rights and Freedoms, Soho20, New York, NY
Between Two Thoughts, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
Screen Capture, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Interlife Crisis, Fictilis, Seattle, WA
Collision17:transformer, AXIOM Center for New and Experimental Media, Boston, MA

2011
Piece of Mind, Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York, NY

2008
The Bulletin Board, White Columns, New York, NY

selected festivals / screenings / online exhibitions
2015
Extra Teats, curated by Rebecca Goyette, Satellite Art Fair, Miami, FL
Two-person booth, Transfer Gallery, Pulse Miami Beach, Miami, FL
The Others, curated by Benoit Palop, The Wrong, New Digital Art Biennale, the Internet
La Petite Mort du Blingee, curated by Lorna Mills, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Internet Yami Ichi, organized by exonemo, IDPW.org, Chris Romero, and Eri Takane, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY
T33[ch/N±0]-bond[age]ing, curated by g(URL) FREAX, 1-800-Space, Chicago, IL
Sun Screening Volume II, curated by Claudia Bitran, Videology, Brooklyn, NY
Sad.gif, The Temple of the Cosmic Mothership, Richmond, VA and the Internet
Prism Pipe: Herbal Essences, curated by Sarah Zucker, Pehrspace, Los Angeles, CA
Art F City’s 10th Anniversary Power Women Benefit, Light Box, New York, NY
Democracy, 15 Folds, the Internet
X+1, organized by Erin Gee, Benoit Palop, Sabrina Ratte, and Tristan Stevens, Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Quebec
Body Anxiety, curated by Leah Schrager and Jennifer Chan, the Internet
Digital Sweat, curated by Christian Petersen, Digital Sweat Gallery, the Internet
Ways of Something, curated by Lorna Mills, Project Space six d.o.g.s, Athens, Greece; Transmediale, The Canadian Embassy, Berlin, Germany; The Photographers Gallery, London, UK; Western Front, Vancouver, Canada; Vivid Projects, Birmingham, UK

2014
Fullframe Retrospektive, Schikaneder Kino, Vienna, Austria
Nadja, curated by Domenico Quaranta, Hypersalon, Miami, FL
URLove, curated by Valentina Fois, DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Master/Slave, Art Hack Day, Expose Gallery, Providence, RI
Clusterfuck Zoo, curated by Lorna Mills, The Long Winter, The Great Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Maid in Cyberspace REVISITED, The HTMlles 11, Montreal, Quebec and the Internet
#Post2, curated by Valentina Fois, La Scatola Gallery, the Internet
Cipher: Refraction, curated by Giselle Zatonyl, Culturehub, New York, NY
The Limits of Cinema, curated by Antoni Karwowski, 9th Szczecin European Film Festival, Szczecin, Poland and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany
After Hours: DTV GIF Art Takeover, curated by Rea McNamara, The Drake Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Limited Collection, curated by Valentina Fois and Rózsa Farkas, the Internet
Basement Media Festival Tour, curated by LJ Frezza and Nicholas Tamburo, Spectacle Theater, New York, NY; Sight Unseen, Baltimore, MD; Mobius, Boston, MA; Open City Cinema, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Regional Support Network, Toronto, ON; Microlights, Milwaukee, WI; The Nightingale, Chicago, IL; Experimental Response Cinema, Austin, TX; Exploded View, Tuscon, AZ; AS220, Providence, RI
BYOB Studio & Gallery Closing, curated by Chris Romero, +81 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Cloud Makers and Open Tech, curated by Eric Rzepka, MakerLabs, Vancouver, Canada
I never promised you a real garden, curated by Gioula Papadopoulou, Video Art Festival Miden, Kalamata, Greece
Ways of Something, curated by Lorna Mills, Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Gray Area Art + Technology, San Francisco, CA; PAF (Festival of Film Animation), Olomouc, Czech Republic
Refraction, curated by Giselle Zatonyl, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
How Are We Not Crushed by the Weight of Being Watched?, curated by Angela Washko, Sunview Luncheonette, Brooklyn, NY
Vagina 2.0, curated by Doris Jauk-Hinz, Vaginamuseum, the Internet
Sun Screening, curated by Claudia Bitran, Videology, Brooklyn, NY
Re/Mixed Media Festival, The New School, New York, NY
Theorizing the Web, Windmill Studios, Brooklyn, NY
Video Nite, curated by Erika Yeomans, Specials on C, New York, NY
Cloaque, curated by Carlos Saez and Claudia Maté, the Internet

2013
Net VVorth, curated by Daniel Temkin, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Crazy Sexy Cool, curated by Jennifer Chan, Studio XX, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
LOLCat Party Fundraiser, curated by Nora O Murchú, Galway Arts Centre, Galway, Ireland
Anatomize, curated by Rollin Leonard, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Now: The Body and the Screen, curated by Jennifer Chan, Gene Siskel Film Center, School of the Art Institute Chicago, Chicago, IL
Shadow Box, curated by Rollin Leonard, The Wrong, New Digital Art Biennale, the Internet
Number, Art in Odd Places, New York, NY
String Literal, curated by Carla Gannis and Justin Petropoulos, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Finishing School, curated by Ania Moussawel, Dimensions Variable, Miami, FL
Card 13: Faith Holland, curated by Anthony Antonellis, Credit Card Curation, the Internet
Clusterfuck Zoo, curated by Lorna Mills, Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Carte Blanche à Streaming Festival, Festival Oodaaq, Rennes, France
Remote Webjay-Surfing Apero/Demo, curated by Anne Roquigny, Galerie des Ecluses, Paris, France

2012
Emergence: Opinions, The HTMlles 10, La Cinémathèque Québécoise, Québec , Canada
RE/Mixed Media Festival, Brooklyn, NY
AND 2012 Shorts: Programme 1, Abandon Normal Devices, Cornerhouse, Manchester, England, UK
FILE, Electronic Language International Festival at SESI-SP, Sao Paulo, Brazil
MODEL, Art in Odd Places, New York, NY
MAshRome Film Fest, Acquario Romano Casa Dell’Architettura, Rome, Italy
Experimental Media 2012 Video Screening Series, curated by Max Kazemzadeh and Jonah Brucker-Cohen, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC and Artisphere, Arlington, VA
Fullframe Kunstfilmfestival, Gartenbaukino, Vienna, Austria
DL Selection III, The 8th Berlin International Director’s Lounge Festival, Berlin, Germany
Video Vaudeville Presents Kairos Interruptus, Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn, NY

2011
Streaming Festival, Sixth Edition, The Hague, Netherland and Milan, Italy
15th International Video Festival Videomedeja, Novi Sad, Serbia
Videoholica: International Video Art Festival, Varna, Bulgaria

Awards
2014
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship Finalist for Digital/Electronic Arts

2011-2013
Graduate Student Assistantship Scholarship, School of Visual Arts MFA
Photography, Video, and Related Media

2011
Honorable Mention at 15th International Video Festival Videomedeja, Novi Sad, Serbia

2009
White Columns Curated Artist Registry, New York

Talks / Presentations
2015
Artist’s Talk, Hunter College Art Department, New York, NY

2014
“Performing Her, Him and They: Identity and Performance in the Age of Social Networking and Screen Based Culture,” panelist, Pratt Upload Digital Arts Festival, Pratt, Brooklyn, NY
“Talking about Writing about Art,” panelist, Machines With Magnets, Pawtucket, RI

2013
“Internet as Pussy/Pussy as Internet,” Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction, panelist, Theorizing the Web Conference, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY

2012
Artist’s Talk, Revolutionizing Desire: A Reclamation of Representation for its Affective Potential, Arcadia Missa, London, UK
Artist’s Talk, HEJ 1 Launch Event, Artbook at MoMA PS1, New York, NY
Artists’ Talk/Closing Event, Collision17:transformer, AXIOM Center for New and Experimental Media, Boston, MA

2011
“The Pixel Museum: The Crop/Cut/Paste of the Meaning of Paintings in Google Art Project,” Information Art, panelist, Critical Information: Mapping the Intersection of Art and Technology Conference, School of Visual Arts, New York

curatorial experience
2015
Curator, “GIFs to Have Sex By,” TRANSFER, Brooklyn, NY and Digital Sweat Gallery, the Internet
Co-Curator with Seth Watter, “Providence & Friends,” UnionDocs, New York, NY
Co-Curator with Nora O’ Murchú, “Click Click Click,” Gray Area Art + Technology, San Francisco, CA

2014
Co-Curator with Seth Watter, “The Local Show,” Magic Lantern Cinema, Cable Car Cinema, Providence, RI
Curator, “From the Cloud,” DAM Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Co-Curator with Nora O’ Murchú, “Click Click Click,” NEoN Digital Arts Festival, Hannah Macclure Centre, University of Albertay, Dundee, Scotland
Co-curator with Nora O’ Murchú, “Coded After Lovelace,” NEoN Digital Arts Festival, Hannah Macclure Centre, University of Albertay, Dundee, Scotland, UK
Curator, “Digital Oracles,” Spaced Out: Migration to the Interior, Red Bull Studios, New York, NY
Co-Curator with Nora O’ Murchú, “Click Click Click,” Magic Lantern Cinema, Cable Car Cinema, Providence, RI
Co-Curator with Nora O’ Murchú, “Click Click Click,” Whitebox Art Center, New York, NY
Co-Curator with Nora O’ Murchú, “Coded After Lovelace,” Whitebox Art Center, New York, NY
Curator, “From the Cloud,” Spectacle Theater, Brooklyn, NY
Curator, “Technolust,” Magic Lantern Cinema, Cable Car Cinema, Providence, RI
Co-organizer, Magic Lantern Cinema, Providence, RI

2013
Curator, “From the Cloud: Video in Cyberspace,” Magic Lantern, Cable Car Cinema, Providence, RI

selected bibliography
Hannah Gregory, “Porn to Pizza,” Post Matter, October 20, 2015
Char Jansen, “We’re Not Gonna Need Clones Cos We’re Only Gonna Be Clones,” ArtSlant, October 1, 2015
Amy Binny Binding, “Faith Holland,” Independent Collectors, September 29, 2015
Johanna Thompson, “Porn to Pizza: Domestic Clichés at DAM Gallery, Berlin,” SFAQ, September 16, 2015.
Tilman Baumgärtel, “The Cat as Queen of the Internet,” Die Tageszeitung, September 14, 2015 (print)
Brooklyn Magazine Editors, “Best of Brooklyn: Art and Performance,” Brooklyn Magazine, September 9, 2015 (print)
Elspeth Mitchell, “Review: Exquisite Corpse, Fuse Art Space, Bradford,” Corridor8, August 24, 2015
Benoit Palop, “A New Show Explores the ‘4P’: Porn, Pets, Plants, and Pizza,” The Creators Project, August 21, 2015
E.A. Hyde, “Forging Digital Identities: Low Museum’s Second Lowennial,” Burnaway, August 6, 2015
Adam Lehrer, “Not Fleshy Enough Performance at Faith Holland’s Solo Exhibition Technophilia @ Transfer Gallery in Brooklyn,” Autre Magazine, July 28, 2015
Alison Nastasi, “A Visual Mixtape of Explicit ‘GIFs to Have Sex By,'” Flavorwire, July 26, 2015
T.s. Flock, “Mind Candy: Digital Sweat Presents ‘GIFs to Have Sex By,” Vanguard Seattle, July 21, 2015
Florence Abitboule, “L’amour en GIF et en Abstraction,” Le Tag Parfait, July 10, 2015
Michael Anthony Farley, “GIF of the Day: GIFs to Have Sex By, Part Three,” Art F City, July 10, 2015
Corinna Kirsch, “GIF of the Day: GIFs to Have Sex By, Part Two,” Art F City, July 9, 2015
Lauren Glading, “Sexy GIFs: Safe for Work,” Topical Cream, July 9, 2015
Trey Taylor, “Does this GIF make you feel like having sex?” Dazed Digital, July 9, 2015
Corinna Kirsch, “GIF of the Day: GIFs to Have Sex By, Part One,” Art F City, July 8, 2015
Alicia Eler, “From Cum Shots to Orgasmic GIFs, a Playful Take on Virtual Sex,” Hyperallergic, July 8, 2015
A.i.A Editors, “The Agenda: This Week in New York,” Art in America, July 7, 2015
Benoit Palop, “40 Artists Create ‘GIFs to Have Sex By,'” The Creators Project, July 6, 2015
Emma Laramie, “Technophilia,” New York Minute Magazine, July 2, 2015
Korin Miller, “Meet the Woman Who Makes Art Out of Semen,” Women’s Health, July 1, 2015
Claire Warner, “‘Ookie Canvas I’ by Artist Faith Holland is a Painting Made Out of Money Shots–Yes, THAT Kind of Money Shot,” Bustle, June 30, 2015
DJ Pangburn, “Our Bodies, Our Machines: Inside the ‘New Intimacy’ of the Digital Age,” Fast Company, June 29, 2015
Frank Kobola, “This Artist Made a Painting Out of Semen,” Cosmopolitan, June 29, 2015
Joel Kuennen, “Faith Holland’s Cum ‘Paintings’ Aren’t Your Usual Cum Paintings,” ArtSlant, June 19, 2015
Audrey Phillips, “An Interview with Faith Holland,” Atractivoquenobello, June 17, 2015
Nora O’ Murchu, “#digital feels,” Technophilia catalog, June 13, 2015 (print)
Seth Watter, “IT CAME FROM HOLLAND,” Technophilia catalog, June 13, 2015 (print)
Benoit Palop, “Sex Penetrates Art at the ‘Technophilia’ Exhibition,” The Creators Project, June 13, 2015
Amanda Quick, “This GIFs Are About Sex: ‘Technophilia’ Art Show Looks at Sexuality in the Internet Age,” Technically Brooklyn, June 12, 2015
Cate McQuaid, “The Art of Provocation,” Boston Globe, June 9, 2015 (print)
Tish Weinstock, “Investigating Porn with Feminist Artist Faith Holland,” i-D Magazine, May 19, 2015
Gene McHugh, “Episode 2: Faith Holland, Shaving Cream on RedTube (2014),” Net Art Hell, April 18, 2015 (podcast)
Charlotte Jansen, “Artists’ Desks,” ArtSlant, April 13, 2015
George Vanunts, “American Artist Collects Cum Shots for Her Art Project,” Furfur, April 13, 2015
Zing Tsjeng, “This artist would like you to send her your cum shots,” Dazed Digital, April 10, 2015
Katie Waddell, “Faceless Cum Shots Wanted,” Art F City, April 9, 2015
J Pangburn, “These GIFs explore democracy in mesmerizing ways,” Konbini, April 6, 2015
Johanna Fateman, “Women on the Verge: Art, Feminism, and Social Media,” Artforum, April 1, 2015 (print)
Corinna Kirsch, “GIF of the Day: Faith Holland’s ‘Equivalents,'” March 30, 2015
Josephine Bosma, “‘Body Anxiety:’ Sabotaging Big Daddy Mainframe, via online exhibition,” Rhizome, January 26, 2015
Liz Sales, “Faith Holland Chatrooms III: Click, Click, Click,” Camera Club New York Blog, January 14, 2015
Whitney Kimball, “This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Good Reasons To Put on Pants,” Art F City, January, 12, 2015
Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball, “GIFs That Made Our Year,” Art F City, January 2, 2015
Joseph Henry, “Year in Review: The Women Represented,” MOMUS, December 31, 2014
Christian J Petersen, “An Interview in GIFs: Faith Holland’s Internet Explorations,” Societe Perrier, December 18, 2014
DJ Pangburn, “Code as Bureaucracy: Art Hack Day Takes on Artificial Intelligence,” The Creator’s Project, December 1, 2014
Jon Feinstein, “Faith Holland is Obsessed with the Internet,” Humble Arts Foundation Blog, November 7, 2014
Rachel Levine, “A Feminist Touch to the Cyberfuture: HTMlles Festival,” Montreal Rampage, November 6, 2014
Romina Cameron, “The HTMlles Festival: A Guide to the Obsolete Future,” Shameless, November 5, 2014
Carroll / Fletcher, “Critical Perspectives on Pornography,” Carroll / Fletcher Onscreen, October 21, 2014
Ben Davis, “Work of Art in the Age of… Something,” Artnet News, October 17, 2014
Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch, “What Does an ‘Ello’ GIF Look Like?,” Art F City, September 26, 2014
Emma Tucker, “Coded After Lovelace,” Riposte Magazine, September 10, 2014
Jillian Steinhauer, “Tracing a Lineage of Tech-Minded Women Artists,” Hyperallergic, September 2, 2014
“Click Click Click @ Whitebox Art Center, Sep 2,” AQNB, September 1, 2014
“Coded After Lovelace (2014) Exhibition Photos + GIFs,” AQNB, August 27, 2014
Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch, “This Week’s Recommended Shows: Old Tech and Boobs,” Art F City, August 25, 2014
“Coded After Lovelace @ Whitebox Art Center, Aug 14 – Sep 2,” AQNB, August 14, 2014
Henry Kaye, Corinna Kirsch, and Andrew Wagner, “This Week’s Must See Art Events: Future Perfect,” Art F City, August 11, 2014
“Faith Holland’s Visual Orgasms,” Juxtapoz Magazine, August 1, 2014
Nicole Disser and Kate Beaudoin, “Now Showing: Kickstarter Film Fest, Complimentary Absinthe, and More,” Bedford and Bowery, July 18, 2014
DJ Pangburn, “The Web’s Darkest Found Footage Finds a Place on the Silver Screen,” The Creator’s Project, July 17, 2014
Whitney Kimball, “Faith Holland’s Visual Orgasms,” Art F City, July 15, 2014
Sophie Weiner, “Found Footage ‘Films’ in the Internet Age Screening at the Spectacle,” Animal NY, July 15, 2014
Hrag Vartanian, “ArtRx NYC,” Hyperallergic, July 15, 2014
Paddy Johnson, Whitney Kimball, and Henry Kaye, “This Week’s Must See Art Events: Artists Anonymous and Jimmy Cater’s Cat,” Art F City, July 14, 2014
P.J. Rey, “Sex Work and the Limits of American Libertarianism,” Cyborgology, May 10, 2014
Charlotte Raven, “For Our Eyes Only,” The Sunday Times UK, April 27, 2014 (print)
Marina Galperina, “Inside BHQF’s Women Artists Only Last Brucennial,” Animal New York, March 14, 2014
Erin Gee, “January 2014 Interview – Faith Holland,” Future Femmes, January 27, 2014
“Seduction 2.0: Faith Holland, Creator of the Website VVVVVV.XXX,” Bookmagazine, January 12, 2014
“’Crazy, Sexy, Cool’ Online @ .DPI Now,” AQNB, December 16, 2013
Rachel Levine, “The Curator of the Gendered .gif,” Montreal Godzilla, December 5, 2013
Jennifer Smith, “AiOP Number: Faith Holland’s binary,” Art in Odd Places Blog, October 20, 2013
“String Literal @ Transfer Gallery, Sep 20,” AQNB, September 17, 2013
Whitney Kimball, “This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Every Nerd Loves a Book Fair,” Art F City, September 16, 2013
“Faith Holland @ Credit Card Curation,” AQNB, August 22, 2013
Christine Jun, “DA-Zed Guide to Porn Art,” Dazed Digital, August 2, 2013
“Monday Links: All Great Art Should Make You Nervous,” Art F City, June 24, 2013
Marina Galperina, “Artist’s Notebook: Faith Holland,” Animal New York, May 20, 2013
Marina Galperina, “The World’s First Abstract XXX Porn Art Site?” Animal New York, May 2, 2013
Allison Meier, “Exploring Art in Odd Places,” Hyperallergic, October 18, 2012
Bryanne Leeming, “Everyday Makeup with Faith Holland,” Art in Odd Places Blog, October 11, 2012
“Interview with Faith Holland,” Streaming Festival, 2011
Briana McKinnell, “Faith Holland,” Humble Arts Foundation Blog, August 25, 2011
PUBLICATIONS
“Pursuit of Happiness: Internet Cats as Anti-FOMO,” Alicia Eler ed., Art21 Magazine, 2015.
“IMG MGMT: Cosmetic Masochism, Metal on Flesh,” commissioned essay with Seth Watter, Art F City, 2015.
“Artist’s Pages: VVVVVV,” Millennium Film Journal, No. 60, Grahame Weinbren, Kenneth White, eds. (Brooklyn, NY: Millennium Film Workshop, 2014).
Emergency INDEX, Volume 2: 2012, Yelena Gluzman, Sophia Cleary, eds. (New York, NY: Ugly Duckling Presse, 2013).
RIP Geocities, Journal of Short Film (DVD), vol. 28, Brian Hauser, Kris Paulsen, eds. (Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Film Studies Program, 2012).
“Internet as Pussy/Pussy as Internet,” Open Office Anthology, Tom Clark, Rósza Farkas, and Harry Burke, eds. (London, England: Arcadia Missa, 2013): 184-187.

DRKRM, DAM Gallery, 30 October 2015 – 16 January 2016

PORN TO PIZZA – DOMESTIC CLICHÉS, DAM Gallery, 5 September – 24 October 2015