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Object of Her Affection, Puppetry Journal

The Fall 2021 Edition of The Puppetry Journal profiled the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival, including Object of Her Affection, which performed as part of the festival.

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Object of Her Affection, Chicago Tribune

On December 30, 2021, The Chicago Tribune covered the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival where I performed Object of Her Affection, a puppet and object-based performance art piece in which a woman develops intimate relationships with inanimate objects. While in Chicago, I also presented at the symposium, Staging the Non-Human Character: Animal, Alien, or Architecture.

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Reimagine Public Art, Vol. 2 (virtual exhibition)

On October 7, 2021, the prologue from Automata: Selections from the Permanent Collection, a documentary I began during a socially distant residency at Automata, was part of a virtual exhibition, Reimagine Public Art, Vol 2., curated by the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. The online exhibition runs through March 19, 2022.

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Model Killer, American Puppet Theater Today, New York

September 29 to October 10, 2021, a photograph from a workshop of Model Killer: Giant Crimes + Tiny Cover-ups was part of the exhibition, American Puppet Theater Today: The Photography of Richard Termine. The exhibit was presented by the Jim Henson Foundation at La MaMa Galleria in New York City.

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Simone Gad (1947-2021)

I first became aware of Simone Gad running into her at art openings where she was often accompanied by Sheree Rose. I heard that Simone was a former child actor and outsider artist, but didn’t know her all that well. That all changed one day when Sean Meredith suggested we partner for an exhibition at Track 16.

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