"Literature is that which denounces and slashes apart the repressing machine at the level of the signified."--Kathy Acker
Recently I've begun experimenting with live storytelling. In addition to presenting work in writing or radio-essay format, I am increasingly drawn to storytelling culture. I am also currently working on “Pretending to Be Civilized,” a creative non-fiction project realized on the page, for performance, and in audio format.
Playing, Making, Thinking: Intersections with the Avant-Garde (PDF) Rijeka, Croatia. May, 2011.
Catalogue and exhibition essay for a collaboration between The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art/Muzej moderne i suvremene umjetnosti [MMSU], Rijeka and Osnovna škola Vežica. An introduction to the work of John Cage and Merce Cunningham. Project description (Croatian, only)
An Exquisite Balance (PDF) Nevada, USA. May, 2011.
A catalogue essay for artist Mark NeuCollins’ spring 2011 residency and exhibition with The Capital City Arts Initiative and St. Mary’s Art Center. Residency description.
“SOUP: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is”-article on microgrants for, and by, artists. Little Village Magazine, Matt Steele, ed. Issue 102. April, 2011.
On the Desire to Meet a Unicorn (PDF) On the artwork of Sarah Pager and the desire for the something more. GALERIE8, UK. 2010.
Performing the Role of An Object: Reflections on the Liverpool Biennial. 2010.
Radio Essay: The Smell of Eddie G’s Dad Lying Under the Xmas Tree After Pouring Concrete.
Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture. Winter 2010.
The Electoral College. 2009.
Daddy is a Punk Rocker. WAZEE: New Independent Writing. 2008.