Artist | Writer | Critic
Work about drones and surveillance using video, poetry, and drawings
Ok, I think it wants to fly — yes, it wants to fly
A contest between new technology and the human hand
Why can’t drones help us get hook up or get laid?
Which drones are girls and which ones are boys?
Tell me something about that guy across the courtyard!
Drone in the classroom: looking at it looking at us
Using the drone to spy on myself: what can you see about me in my car?
A dead cow appeared in Umar Ashraf's nightmare
One of Kathy Acker's dreams in Blood & Guts took place in Merida, Mexico
A recurring dream in which I feel the vibration my mobile phone
Figuring out your real friends and your false ones
When horrible things that you can't control happen
Monsters aren't always who you expect or where you expect them
A collaborative project on fruit, neighborhoods, and the public
A year at LACMA with an exhibition, installations, and a performance event
Fallen Fruit began by mapping the fruit growing in public space
Two views of public space and two very different publics
A series of wallpapers, each a portrait in fruit of a specific place and time
A public project to make collective, improvised fruit jams without recipes
If you put your neighborhood in a bottle, what would it taste like?
Distributing fruit trees to be planted on the margin of public and private space
Curating Utah art to examine the cultural resonance of fruit
An installation featuring the year-long, durational performance of a fruit tree
The instructional, the experiential and the ephemeral woven together
Video portraits of teenagers around the world eating fruit for the camera
The most popular fruit in the world, the banana, is also the cheapest, but why?
Lingonberries, salmonberries and blueberries growing in the Arctic
Working quietly to think about fruit and use it as a social tool
Local words inscribed on a set of picnic tables for everyone
A boy leaves home to wander and finds bright yellow plums growing wild
Tomatoes planted rogue on the streets of LA, left for people to discover
The urban fruit action in Madrid took an unexpected turn
Direct, participatory plantings of fruit trees in public space in Tijuana
The first public fruit park created in California
Objects fashioned from domestic items, with comments from visitors
Strange gestures that evoke intimacy, dependency, and control
Three experiments in the delicious, the delirious, and the disguised
A pedagogical experiment with the plant most manipulated by humans