Please join us for the collaborative lithography show at the Tamarind Institute in May!
March 31, 2016 at UNM Art Museum, noon-1pm Meeting of the Minds is an informal series of lunchtime conversations and creative interventions that allow for more intimate exchanges with the artwork on view in the UNM Art Museum. Led by faculty, students, artists, curators, and community members – this program invites multiple perspectives and fresh
Albuquerque-based artist Marietta Patricia Leis shows her work with David Vogal at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts in Boone, North Carolina. The show, titled Melting, examines climate change from a personal point of view on a trip to Antarctica. I created the sound portion for Leis’ Drake Passage piece. Melting runs April
View I Echo You Across Time and Space for the first time in a show! The public opening will also include the premiere of a new performance related to the video piece, Mar. 19 from noon-1pm, performed by Kelly Davis and Zuhra Abbamin.
Graduate art show on view at the UNM Art Museum. Juror: Courtney Fink. Lecture: Courtney Fink, February 24, 5:30-7pm In this lecture, Courtney will talk about her curatorial vision and process for the juried exhibition as well as her work in the field of artists’ spaces over the past twenty years – highlighting projects that connect
(un) is my upcoming installation and performance on clearing oneself from feeling stuck. Exhibition: February 15 – 26, 2016 Closing Reception: Friday, February 26, 5 – 7 pm, with a performance at 5:30pm John Sommers Gallery Art Building #84, Room 202 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 9pm – 4:30pm
As part of my job for the Center for Southwest Research, I made this research guide for J.B. Jackson. Documentation of the Photo Paysage/ Landscape Representation Conference will be available here.
Pleased to announce the inclusion of some documents of my fieldwork from Land Arts of the American West in the Center for Art + Environment Archive at the Nevada Museum of Art.
I’ll be doing research at Getty Research Institute Library on the Long Beach Museum Video Archive in January. See you in L.A.!
Honored to announce that I was nominated as a SITE Scholar for the 2015-2016 year. Inauguration at SITE Santa Fe on December 11, 2015 in conjunction with the current scholars show. Photographs: Kate Russell
River sound performance for Basia Irland‘s Retrospective at the Museum Het Domein, Sittard, Netherlands November 2015
This fall, I will be participating in the Land Arts of the American West program as an artist and as the Digital Tech Archivist which includes facilitating the Land Arts blog. We will be remote and off-line more often than not, so sign up for updates!
I work in the archives at the Center for Southwest Research and will be co-curating an exhibit for the exciting J.B.Jackson Conference this fall.
Here’s the archive of the show that aired in Totnes, England on Soundart Radio at 13:30 (London time zone) on June 18th. 30 minutes. Expanded version of Highway Confessional sound art piece by Erin Fussell includes a conversation between the artist and Aziza Murray at Route 66 Diner in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The extended version of Highway Confessional includes a conversation mash-up with Aziza Murray at the Route 66 Diner in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Pleased to announce that it will air on June 18th on Soundart Radio in Totnes, UK as part of the Hildegard to Hildegard showcase on female composers. Have a listen if you’re in the area
I interviewed Native American Art Historian Dr. Aaron Fry and contemporary Pueblo Potter from Ohkay Owingeh Professor Clarence Cruz on all the ways broken pieces of ceramic pottery represent and connect Pueblo people to the land, to history and their ideology. These interviews are part of the Albuquerque Sound Booth in the exhibition Visual Sound
Pleased to announce that the project exploring choreography and technology, called g_olo_g, that I worked on in collaboration with Andrea Polli, Rachel McCaulley and Steven Tainsh has been accepted to ISEA2015, the 21st International Symposium on Electronic Art in Vancouver, B.C. this August! Watch our performance: