Presented current research surrounding monumentally scaled contemporary artwork in relation to physical space, access, social function, and agent of change.
In conversation with K. Wayne Yang (Ethnic Studies, UC San Diego). Departures, Deviations, Detours is a series of conversations meant to address the urgent and timely questions of historians of art.
Contributor to a publication from Radius Books that is third in an ongoing series of limited edition photography projects. Written response to the artwork of Deborah Roberts.
College Art Association, Conference Panel Co-Chair: “Reframing Aesthetics: Diaspora, Historicity, and The Myth of Truth”
“Negro Expositions: Portrait Photography in the Nineteenth And Twenty-First Centuries” 2013
San Francisco Art Institute Commencement 2013
Six artists from the US and Canada have been invited to re-visit and re-interpret the famous 1963 speech, “I have a dream” through their own lenses and experiences.
The Link newspaper
“Debauchery and David Lynch: SFAI’s 2012 MFA Exhibition” KQED Arts Review, Mark Taylor