OCTOBER 2019 – SAN FRANCISCO
MAY 2014 – BERLIN
NextBerlin – Presenter
APRIL 2014 – SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA
Body Language celebrates the body as the sign supreme.
Location: Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana
Opening: April 5th. Runs through May 17th
March 2014 – SAN FRANCISCO
Curated by: Susana Aragón and Indira Urrutia.
Location: Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts Gallery,
Opening: Wednesday, March 12, 2014. at 7 pm.
JULY 2013 – SAN FRANCISCO
Location: Fort Mason Center
WT (Wearable Technologies) is the pioneer and
worldwide leading innovation and market development platform
for technologies worn close to the body, on the body or even in the body.
MAY 9th, 2013 – SAN FRANCISCO
ARTTEA ART EXHIBITION
T.V. features her latest work.
JUNE 7-8, 2012 – ROME, ITALY
The meeting point of design, technology & everything interactive.
The Cyborg Consciousness:
How does our self-image / imagination change when technology is integrated in the body.
Aug. 2nd, 2011, 7-11pm
GROW A NEW EYE, SAN FRANCISCO Fundraiser
Location: Kunsstoff Arts, SF
July 31st, 2011, 7-11pm
GROW A NEW EYE, NEW YORK Fundraiser
Location: Brooklyn Winery, Brooklyn
JUNE 4th 2011, @ 12-6pm | After party from 6-10pm
Screening of short video piece about the Eye-Camera project at the TEDxSF event
ALIVE! Maximum Living as a Human
ALIVE! will examine the human lifecycle from many angles: vibrant aging, meaning, mission, family, identity, sexuality, living in community, parenting, coming of age, childhood, birth and conception.
JUNE 4th 2011
OCT. 7th 2010,
Filmmakers are artists, often with backgrounds in other disciplines and experts in collaboration, so it’s no wonder they look to other artists for inspiration and subject matter. Still, many questions remain. How does film/video help to promote artists’ work? How can artists collaborate effectively with filmmakers? How can a filmmaker stay true to an authentic vision while simultaneously honoring the artist? Diverse local artists and filmmakers come together to explore the possibilities that arise from creative collaboration.
Screening of clips of Eye-Camera Project Documentary
Panel Discussion featuring director Phoebe Tooke and artist, Tanya Vlach