“In My Own Skin” interactive photography installation in VRChat for CPH: DOX immersive 4/21

Queerskins: Home Interactive Installation VRChat 9/20 to present

Queerskins: ARK Venice International Film Festival 9/20

“Blood and Chocolate,” a variation on Queerskins: ARK Tribeca Film Festival/CannesXR 6/20

Queerskins: a love story for VR with interactive site-specific installation and crowdsourced photography project  

Tribeca Film Festival 4/2018 

Seattle International Film Festival 5/2018

Toronto International Film Festival TIFF Lightbox Gallery monthlong solo exhibition 6/18

SIGGRAPH 2018 8/2018

L.A. Film Festival 9/18

Mexico City 10/18 monthlong installation at muvlab

Houston Cinematic Arts Festival 11/18

Geneva International Film Festival 11/18

Group Show “Possible Worlds” curated by David Clark, Halifax, Nova Scotia 11/18

V&A Museum , London 9/19

Reconstructing Mayakovsky

International Conference Digital Media and Texts and Exhibition “Shapeshifting Texts”, 3-5 Nov. 2016, Universität Bremen, Germany

Taught at University of Florida as example of experimental narrative game

Electronic Literature Association Show, Brown University, Providence, RI , 2009

Filmwinter, Stuttgart, Germany, 2010

Jury Pick, Arts Division, Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo, Japan 2010

Melbourne International Animation Festival, Melbourne, Australia, 2009

Queerskins: a novel

April 2018 VR experience inspired by online narrative premieres Tribeca Film Festival

2018 Taught at University College Cork, University of Bergen Norway,  University of Florida, Grinnell College–maybe some others as exemplary work of digital literature

Included in “QueerTech.io” part of three queer arts festivals in Australia in early 2017: Midsumma in Melbourne, Melt in Brisbane and the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras festival.

5th International Digital Storytelling Conference, Ankara, Turkey, 2013

Cherche Le Texte, Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France, 2013

“A Matter of Bits,” Stedman Gallery, University of Rutgers, Camden, NJ February-April, 2016

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