Emergent Tributaries  (2018)    Emergent Tributaries   was an exhibition and culmination of an artist fellowship with the  American Arts Incubator in Kyiv, Ukraine  in partnership with IZOLYATSIA. It was an international cultural exchange initiative of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs that is administered by ZERO1.  Shown at  IZOLYATSIA

Emergent Tributaries (2018)

Emergent Tributaries was an exhibition and culmination of an artist fellowship with the American Arts Incubator in Kyiv, Ukraine in partnership with IZOLYATSIA. It was an international cultural exchange initiative of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs that is administered by ZERO1.

Shown at IZOLYATSIA

  Onion Routing AR Walking TOR  (2017)    Onion Routing AR Walking TOR   was a participatory interpretation of the inner workings of onion routing and the TOR browser using augmented reality and location-based virtual markers. Geolocated models representing servers as waypoints formed a simulation of onion routing where the user represents a programmatically routed data packet.   Shown at  Radical Networks

Onion Routing AR Walking TOR (2017)

Onion Routing AR Walking TOR was a participatory interpretation of the inner workings of onion routing and the TOR browser using augmented reality and location-based virtual markers. Geolocated models representing servers as waypoints formed a simulation of onion routing where the user represents a programmatically routed data packet. 

Shown at Radical Networks

  Ubiquitous City  (2017)   Ubiquitous City  is a multi-layered Internet based experience about global supply chain infrastructure told through a series of interactive scenes and puzzles, guiding you through the tentacular networks of the global marketplace and the world wide web. Made in collaboration with  Donald Hanson .  Shown at the  Museum of Capitalism

Ubiquitous City (2017)

Ubiquitous City is a multi-layered Internet based experience about global supply chain infrastructure told through a series of interactive scenes and puzzles, guiding you through the tentacular networks of the global marketplace and the world wide web. Made in collaboration with Donald Hanson.

Shown at the Museum of Capitalism

 
  REE-minder Phone Cases      (2016)    REE_minder Cases   are 3D printed phone cases that use designs based on topology maps of the Bayan Obo Mining District, China, where the largest deposits of the world's Rare Earth Elements (REE) are found and sourced.   Shown at  ISEA2016 Hong Kong , International Symposium for Electronic Art; part of the ongoing work  Conversation Pieces: REEs

REE-minder Phone Cases (2016)

REE_minder Cases are 3D printed phone cases that use designs based on topology maps of the Bayan Obo Mining District, China, where the largest deposits of the world's Rare Earth Elements (REE) are found and sourced. 

Shown at ISEA2016 Hong Kong, International Symposium for Electronic Art; part of the ongoing work Conversation Pieces: REEs

  Infrastructure Fabrics  (2015-2016)   Infrastructure Fabrics  is an ongoing exploration of imagery, textile designs and garments that translate and remix publicly shared pictures of infrastructures related to data flow, signal traffic and global networks using machine learning and texture synthesis techniques based on AI neural networks. 

Infrastructure Fabrics (2015-2016)

Infrastructure Fabrics is an ongoing exploration of imagery, textile designs and garments that translate and remix publicly shared pictures of infrastructures related to data flow, signal traffic and global networks using machine learning and texture synthesis techniques based on AI neural networks. 

 Costume Design for  "Intensities"  for  Surabhi Saraf  (2016)  Designed costumes in collaboration with Surabhi Saraf for her single channel video installation   Intensities  , shown at Mills College Art Museum, a part of the Art + Process + Ideas (A+P+I) Program

Costume Design for "Intensities" for Surabhi Saraf (2016)

Designed costumes in collaboration with Surabhi Saraf for her single channel video installation Intensities, shown at Mills College Art Museum, a part of the Art + Process + Ideas (A+P+I) Program

 
 Textile + Costume Design for  "Unpatentable Multi-touch Aerobics"  (2016) for  Liat Berdugo  and Phoebe Osborne  Created fabric designs and costumes based on un-patentable multi-touch gestures on touch responsive interfaces which have been patented by Apple, Inc. Commissioned for a performance and  ongoing project  for Liat Berdugo and Phoebe Osborne, and shown at  Transmediale , Berlin

Textile + Costume Design for "Unpatentable Multi-touch Aerobics" (2016) for Liat Berdugo and Phoebe Osborne

Created fabric designs and costumes based on un-patentable multi-touch gestures on touch responsive interfaces which have been patented by Apple, Inc. Commissioned for a performance and ongoing project for Liat Berdugo and Phoebe Osborne, and shown at Transmediale, Berlin

 Costume Design for  Signal Works  (2015) for  Elia Vargas   Designed unique burlap, doe suede, cotton, and rope  costumes for a video work  and ongoing collaborative project  Signal Works , led by Elia Vargas

Costume Design for Signal Works (2015) for Elia Vargas

Designed unique burlap, doe suede, cotton, and rope costumes for a video work and ongoing collaborative project Signal Works, led by Elia Vargas

  "Cout Gif" Collection  (2015) - in collaboration with  Donald Hanson   Textile designer and seamstress for a small line of clothing with unique gif-based fabric designs created with  gifSlap  - a software written by  Donald Hanson . These images were made into textile designs and digitally printed, a re-sourcing of internet culture into couture. Shown at  Silicon Valley Fashion Week 2015

"Cout Gif" Collection (2015) - in collaboration with Donald Hanson

Textile designer and seamstress for a small line of clothing with unique gif-based fabric designs created with gifSlap - a software written by Donald Hanson. These images were made into textile designs and digitally printed, a re-sourcing of internet culture into couture. Shown at Silicon Valley Fashion Week 2015

 
  "Don't Panic" Short Film and Jumpsuit Series  (2014) - in collaboration with  Payam Imani    Co-designed and co-directed a  fashion film  based on a sci-fi narrative and filmed during Fashion Week (Spring) 2014 at various locations in Tokyo, Japan   

"Don't Panic" Short Film and Jumpsuit Series (2014) - in collaboration with Payam Imani 

Co-designed and co-directed a fashion film based on a sci-fi narrative and filmed during Fashion Week (Spring) 2014 at various locations in Tokyo, Japan

 

  Fiume Clothing Line  (2008-2012)  Designer + seamstress for a line of playful couture inspired by rainfall and the natural geological features it creates - rivers, waterfalls, and carved ocean cliffs.    Fiume   is Italian for river.

Fiume Clothing Line (2008-2012)

Designer + seamstress for a line of playful couture inspired by rainfall and the natural geological features it creates - rivers, waterfalls, and carved ocean cliffs.  Fiume is Italian for river.