an exposition of queer visions of the future
a special multimedia event of Frameline's 19th San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, 1995.
Co-produced with Jeffrey Winter, Jose Guevara, David Averbach, Cary Boisvert, Bert Green and Nicole Scheller
co-presented by Please Louise Productions, Museo Contempo, Frameline and Southern Exposure
Incorporating the work of over 100 artists in six main exhibition areas: the Safer Sex Visitors Center, The Hal 2000 Social Plan, The CyberExpo, ZöLoft, a cyber-pirate space-ship rave installation, and the Bargain Basement.
THE MOTHERSHIP: ASTRAL BLACKNESS
(travels in afrofuturism)
Currently in development, opening Fall 2020
Oakland Museum of California
Curator, “Radical Monarchs” section.
Oakland Museum of Art
Currently in development, opening Spring 2020.
Cinema of the Anthropocene
8-week screening series, The Panorama Collective
Co-curated with Isabelle Carbonell
UC Santa Cruz, Fall 2017.
The Urban Landscape
10 week screening series
UC Santa Cruz, Winter 2016.
A 12-evening film program
inspired by Samuel Delaney's Times Square Red Times Square Blue.
Co-curated with Marc Francis Newman
UC Santa Cruz, Winter, 2014
Are You Together?
MIX/NY 2005 | Experimental Queer Shorts program, curated with EE Miller
Total Running Time: 70 minutes
The shorts in this program share queer relationships between image and sound. The conversations between what you see and what you hear structure explorations of changing landscapes, real and imagined times and places. Featuring New York premieres of Diane Bonder's "You Are Not From Here," Bill Basquin’s “Martin,” two new videos by Paula Cronan, and Samuael Topiary/EE Miller's "Gum and Tea."