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Curriculum Vitae

ROMEO ALAEFF

 

Born
New York City

 

Education
1996  MFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA
1993  BA, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA

 

Selected Exhibitions / Publications / Screenings

 

2012
Benefit Exhibition & Silent Auction, International Print Center (IPCNY), New York City, USA
One Night Stand, Kim, Berlin, Germany
Turtle Salon, Meter Room, Coventry, UK
Turtle Salon, Grey Area, Brighton, UK
New Prints, International Print Center (IPCNY), New York City, USA
Cut25 Exhibition, Yigal Azrouël, SoHo Flagship opening, New York City, USA
Believe, Culture Unplugged Film Festival

 

2011

Book Launch and Exhibition, Powerhouse Arena, Dumbo, Brooklyn, USA
Book Release: “I’ll be dead by the time you read this: The Evolution of Despair” (Plume/Penguin, Dec, 2011)

 

2010
Benefit Auction, First Presbyterian Church Nursery School Benefit Auction Housing Works New York City, USA
10thAnniversary Benefit Auction, International Print Center (IPCNY), New York City, USA
Book: “Stuck up Piece of Crap, Sticker: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art” von DB Burkeman, Shepard Fairy, Carlo McCormic & Monica Locascio (Rizzoli, 2010)

 

2009
Traveling Show: New Prints 2009/Winter, International Print Center (IPCNY) at Columbia College, Chicago and the Southern Graphics Council Conference
The Sonic Self II, The State Hermitage Museum / Center for Contemporary Arts, St. Petersburg, Russia & Chennai, India
Solo Show, Samuel Owen Gallery, Marfa, TX, USA

 

2008
New Prints, (Kuratiert von Jane Hammond), International Print Center (IPCNY) & The New York School of Interior Design, New York City, USA
The Sonic Self II, The Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, USA
Solo Show, Samuel Owen Gallery, Marfa, TX, USA
Collected Unconscious, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Brooklyn, USA
Momma’s Boy, Bait Banamal, Comme-il-faut Center, Tel Aviv, Israel

 

2007
Made at DCA, Collaborative Artist Print Editions, Dundee Contemporary Arts Center (DCA), Abertay University Gallery, Dundee, Scotland
Exibition, Glenfiddich Gallery, Dufftown, Scotland

 

2005
Wrong Way (Video Selections, Vlatka Horvat), Galerija Nova, Zagreb, Croatia
April Meetings, V.I.P. Gallery, Belgrad, Serbia

 

2004
Based on a True Story, Artists Space, New York City, USA
Around Narrative, Kino Tuškanac, One Take Film Festival, Zagreb, Croatia

 

2003
Home-made: Video Screenings (Forced Entertainment), Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
16th Annual Dallas Video Festival, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA
The Sonic Self, Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, USA
Screening, Sugar, New York City, USA
Pop Music & Art, Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York City, USA
The Illuminated Self, Aquatic Creations, New York City, USA

 

2002
My Father Told Me, Suite 106 (Popiashvili & Newman Gallery), New York, NY
Motion, 450 Gallery, New York City, USA
Photo 2002, Monique Goldstrom Gallery, New York City, USA
Monique Goldstrom Gallery Exhibition, Queensborough Community College, New York, USA
Screening, Halcyon, Brooklyn, USA
Video Lounge: Narrative, Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam, Holland

 

2001
Biennale d’Art Contemporain de Lyon 2001, Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon, France
Traveling Show: Bodywrappinc. (Kollaboration mit Annette Meyer), Spiral Garden (Spiral Wacoal Art Center), Tokyo, Japan; Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Niederlande; Kyoto Art Center, Kyoto, Japan
Inaugural Exhibition, Suite 106 (Popiashvili & Newman Gallery), New York City, USA

 

2000
Somewhat Corrupt, Plaza Gallery, Fordham University, New York City, USA
American Living Room Film and Video Salon, HERE Art Center, New York City, USA
Black Box Video Shorts, The College Art Gallery, Ewing, NJ, USA

 

1999
Nomadic Nights: Home Screen Home, Cartier Foundation (Foundation Cartier Pour l’Art Contemporain), Paris, France
Sitcom: Compromising Positions, Galerie Montenay-Giroux, Paris, France
Home Screen Home, John Baldessari 4RMS W VU, National Museum (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia), Madrid, Spain
The Photographic Persona, University of Louisville, Allen R. Hite Art Institute, Louisville, KY, USA
Knotes on Moving Images: Speaking in Public, 57 Hope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Sitcom: Compromising Positions, Anton Weller Gallery, Paris, France

 

1998
Home Screen Home, John Baldessari 4RMS W VU, Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Barcelona, Spain
Einzelausstellung, Osmos, Berlin, Germany
Home Screen Home, John Baldessari 4RMS W VU, Witte de With (in association with the International Film Festival), Rotterdam, Holland
Knotes on Moving Images: Speaking in Public, 57 Hope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Space-Time Discontinuum, Taos Talking Picture Festival, Taos, NM, USA
The Computer in Art, Edison State College, Piqua, OH, USA

 

1997
Film Society of Lincoln Center: 6th Annual Video Festival: High Tech-Lo Fi, Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theater, New York City, USA
10th Annual Dallas Video Festival, The Texas Show and Jewish Families, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA
12 Minutes Max: The Text and Image, Diverse Works, Houston, TX
Rhode Island School of Design Alumni Show, Fishbone Gallery, Atlanta, GA, USA
4th Annual Jewish Film Festival, Judah Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA, USA
Providence Filmmaker’s Film Festival, AS220, Providence, RI, USA
Film Society of Lincoln Center: Lunchtime at the Wall, Thundergulch: Arts & Technology Bldg., 55 Broad Street, New York City, USA

 

1996
Reconstructions: New Alternative Documentaries, Mobius, Boston, MA, USA
PhotoVideo, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA
MFA Exhibition, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA
From Fact to Fiction, Video Space, Boston, MA, USA

 

1994
Photography Biennial, Woods Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI, USA
Art by the Inch, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI, USA

 

1993
Art for Art’s Sake, Icons Gallery, New Orleans, LA, USA

 

 

Selected Academic Screenings/Course Curriculums

 

2006
Masters Thesis Seminar (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons, New York City, USA

 

2004
More than One (Christian Rattemeyer), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA

 

2001
Masters Thesis Seminar (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons, New York, NY, USA

 

1999
American Studies: Religion & Society in American Literature (Bryan Stone), University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA

 

1998
Video Techniques & Technology (Ruby Baresch), New York University, New York City, USA
The Displaced Person, Literature Beyond the Canon (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA

 

1997
Screening, Williams College (Anita Davis), Williamstown, MA, USA

 

1996
Independent Feature Film (John Carstarphen), Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA

Selected Bibliography/Book Reviews

 

2011
Oprah’s Book Club, Leigh Newman, “11 books you thought you’d read, but will fall in love with instantly.”, (Oprah.com, December 2011)
New York Review of Books, Renee C. Fountain, “Review: I’ll Be Dead by the Time You Read This: The Existential Life of Animals”, (November, 2011)
[defective] GEEKS, Space Pirate Queen, “Book Review: I’ll Be Dead by the Time You Read This: The Existential Life of Animals”, (November, 2011)
Book: “I’ll be Dead by the Time You Read This: The Existential Life of Animals”, (Plume/Penguin, December, 2011)
Press-Citizen.com, Jake Nelson, “If Animals Could Speak They’d Need Therapy Too”, (November, 2011)
Our Town Down Town, Our Town East Side & The West Side Spirit (Manhattan Media), Aspen Matis, “Romeo Alaeff Examines the Human Animal”, (November, 2011)
Antenna Magazine, Ashley Conde, “Evidence: Romeo Alaeff”, (November, 2011)
Berlin Art Link.com, Monica Salazar, “On the Road Series: Artist Studio Visit”, (February, 2011)

 

2010
Book: “Stuck up Piece of Crap, Stickers: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art” by DB Burkeman, Shepard Fairy, Carlo McCormic & Monica Locascio (Rizzoli, September. 2010)
New York Press, Rachel Reeves, “Catching Up with Romeo Alaeff”, (October 7, 2010)
Antenna Magazine, Erika Yorio, “Romeo Alaeff: Case Study”, (August, 2010)
Gopher Illustrated Online, Michu Benaim, “Romeo Shows Us His Tapeworm”, (July, 2010)
Gopher Illustrated, Print Pull Out Stickers (“Issue #1,” June, 2010)
Paper Magazine, Alexis Swerdloff, “The subversive and the sticky”, (Summer, 2010)

 

2007
The Scotsman, Susan Mansfield, “Vintage Works”, Schottland, (September 21, 2007)
The Dundee Messenger, Donna Holford-Lovell, “Made at DCA”, Schottland, (August 28, 2007)
Priority Life ,“Art Symposium”, Taiwan, (p.78, Autumn 2007)
Artist, Taiwan, (No.390, p.396, November 2007)
CANS, Taiwan (No.31, p.86, August 2007)
IW, Taiwan (No.56, p.38, July 2007)
Men’s Uno ,“Artistry Spirit”, Taiwan (No.98, p.385 October 2007)
Madame Figaro, Taiwan (p.10, July 2007)
Beverage Media: Metro New York, “News Front”, New York, NY (August 2007)

 

2003
Vacarme, Anne Bertrand, “John Clare, forét, amours, folie-poésie” (Photo, p.100), Paris France, (Autumn, 2003, n.25)
NY Arts Magazine, Nuit Banai, “Mobilizing Difference”, New York, NY, (p.42 June, 2003)
Zycie Pabianic , Andrzej Adamczewski, “Zakrecona”,Pabianice, Poland (p.6 April 3, 2003)
Dallas Morning News, Manuel Mendoza, “Dallas Video Festival-Worth Watching this Weekend”, Dallas, TX (p.4J March 21, 2003)

 

2002
NY Arts Magazine, Pal Moore, “Motion”, New York, NY, ( Vol.7, April, 2002)
2001
Biennale de Lyon, Connivence, 2001 Catalog, Anne Bertrand, “Un Monde, Lyon, Frankreich” (pp.27-28, September, 2001)

 

1999
Parachute Magazine, Anne Bertrand, “Home Screen Home. Programme de Videos Realisees par des Artists Pour la Television Entre 1970-1999”, Montreal, Quebec, (No.96, p.62, Oct/Dec., 1999)
Visual Arts, Bruce Nixon, “The Photographic Persona”, Lousiville, KY, (p.42, December 8, 1999)

 

 

Awards / Scholarships / Residencies

 

2008
Artist Residency, Marfa, Texas, USA
Artist Residency, Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgum

 

 

2007
Artist Residency, Glenfiddich, Scotland

 

2001-2004
Fiscal Sponsorship, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA): “Gabriel-Ten Years in the Life of a Boy”

 

1997
2nd Place, “Family Portraits”, Judah Magnes Museum’s 4th Annual Video Competition, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA, USA

 

 

Teaching/Lecture/Critique/Panels

 

 

2006
Presentation/Lecture, Masters Thesis Development Program (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons School of Design (The New School), July, 2006
2004
Artist Panel, Based on a True Story, Artist’s Space, October 23, 2004
Visiting Artist, More than One (Christian Rattemeyer), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, October 14, 2004
2003
Presentation/Lecture, Jewish Heritage Program, New York, NY, October 24, 2003
2001
Visiting Artist, MFA Program (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons School of Design (The New School), December, 2001
Presentation/Lecture, Masters Thesis Development Program (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons School of Design (The New School), October, 2001
1999
Jury, Best of New York 1999 Addy Awards, Hill Holiday, New York, NY, February 19, 1999
Guest Critic, Masters in Design & Technology Thesis Review (Colleen Macklin), Parsons School of Design (The New School), January 20, 1999
1988
Visiting Artist, Photography I (Sue Wrbican), Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY April 13, 1998
Visiting Artist, Special Topics in Photography (Ron Jude), University of Georgia, Athens, GA, January 14, 1998
1997
Presentation/Lecture, Educational Psychology: Understanding and Facilitating Adult Learning, Graduate College of Education (Dr. Dennis Thompson), Georgia State University, April 13, 1997
1996
Photography Instructor, Bending Oaks High School, Dallas, TX, Fall 1996
Photography Lab Instructor, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1996
Visiting Artist, Photography II (Sue Wrbican), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1996
1995
Photography II Instructor, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Fall, 1995
Assistant Teacher, Photography I (Henry Horenstein), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1995
Guest Critic, Photography II (Vivian Poey/Barbara Columbo), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1995
1994
Guest Critic, Hypertext (Bob Arellano), Brown University, Providence, RI, Fall, 1994

ROMEO ALAEFF

Geboren
New York City

Ausbildung
1996 MFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA
1993 BA, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA

Ausgewählte Ausstellungen / Publikationen / Filmvorstellungen

2012
Benefizausstellung und Stille Auktion, International Print Center (IPCNY), New York City, USA
One Night Stand, Kim, Berlin, Deutschland
Turtle Salon, Meter Room, Coventry, UK
Turtle Salon, Grey Area, Brighton, UK
New Prints, International Print Center (IPCNY), New York City, USA
Cut25 Ausstellung, Yigal Azrouël, SoHo Flagship opening, New York City, USA
Believe, Culture Unplugged Film Festival

2011
Buchvorstellung und Ausstellung, Powerhouse Arena, Dumbo, Brooklyn, USA
Buchveröffentlichung: “I’ll be dead by the time you read this: The Evolution of Despair” (Plume/Penguin, Dec, 2011)

2010

Benefiz-Auktion, First Presbyterian Church Nursery School Benefit Auction Housing Works New York City, USA

10-Jährige Jubiläum Benefiz-Auktion, International Print Center (IPCNY), New York City, USA

Buch: “Stuck up Piece of Crap, Sticker: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art” von DB Burkeman, Shepard Fairy, Carlo McCormic & Monica Locascio (Rizzoli, 2010)

2009

Mobile Ausstellung: New Prints 2009/Winter, International Print Center (IPCNY) at Columbia College, Chicago and the Southern Graphics Council Conference

The Sonic Self II, The State Hermitage Museum / Center for Contemporary Arts, St. Petersburg, Russland & Chennai, Indien

Einzelausstellung, Samuel Owen Gallery, Marfa, TX, USA

2008

New Prints, (Kuratiert von Jane Hammond), International Print Center (IPCNY) & The New York School of Interior Design, New York City, USA

The Sonic Self II, The Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, USA

Einzelausstellung, Samuel Owen Gallery, Marfa, TX, USA

Collected Unconscious, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Brooklyn, USA

Momma’s Boy, Bait Banamal, Comme-il-faut Center, Tel Aviv, Israel

2007

Made at DCA, Collaborative Artist Print Editions, Dundee Contemporary Arts Center (DCA), Abertay University Gallery, Dundee, Schottland

Ausstellung, Glenfiddich Gallery, Dufftown, Schottland

2005

Wrong Way (Video Selections, Vlatka Horvat), Galerija Nova, Zagreb, Kroatien

April Meetings, V.I.P. Gallery, Belgrad, Serbien

2004

Based on a True Story, Artists Space, New York City, USA

Around Narrative, Kino Tuškanac, One Take Film Festival, Zagreb, Kroatien

2003

Home-made: Video Screenings (Forced Entertainment), Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland

16th Annual Dallas Video Festival, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA

The Sonic Self, Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, USA

Screening, Sugar, New York City, USA

Pop Music & Art, Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York City, USA

The Illuminated Self, Aquatic Creations, New York City, USA

2002

My Father Told Me, Suite 106 (Popiashvili & Newman Gallery), New York, NY

Motion, 450 Gallery, New York City, USA

Photo 2002, Monique Goldstrom Gallery, New York City, USA

Monique Goldstrom Gallery Exhibition, Queensborough Community College, New York, USA

Screening, Halcyon, Brooklyn, USA

Video Lounge: Narrative, Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam, Niederlande

2001

Biennale d’Art Contemporain de Lyon 2001, Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon, Frankreich

Mobile Ausstellung: Bodywrappinc. (Kollaboration mit Annette Meyer), Spiral Garden (Spiral Wacoal Art Center), Tokyo, Japan; Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Niederlande; Kyoto Art Center, Kyoto, Japan

Inaugural Exhibition, Suite 106 (Popiashvili & Newman Gallery), New York City, USA

2000

Somewhat Corrupt, Plaza Gallery, Fordham University, New York City, USA

American Living Room Film and Video Salon, HERE Art Center, New York City, USA

Black Box Video Shorts, The College Art Gallery, Ewing, NJ, USA

1999

Nomadic Nights: Home Screen Home, Cartier Foundation (Foundation Cartier Pour l’Art Contemporain), Paris, Frankreich

Sitcom: Compromising Positions, Galerie Montenay-Giroux, Paris, Frankreich

Home Screen Home, John Baldessari 4RMS W VU, National Museum (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia), Madrid, Spanien

The Photographic Persona, University of Louisville, Allen R. Hite Art Institute, Louisville, KY, USA

Knotes on Moving Images: Speaking in Public, 57 Hope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Sitcom: Compromising Positions, Anton Weller Gallery, Paris, Frankreich

1998

Home Screen Home, John Baldessari 4RMS W VU, Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Barcelona, Spanien

Einzelausstellung, Osmos, Berlin, Deutschland

Home Screen Home, John Baldessari 4RMS W VU, Witte de With (in association with the International Film Festival), Rotterdam, Niederlande

Knotes on Moving Images: Speaking in Public, 57 Hope Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Space-Time Discontinuum, Taos Talking Picture Festival, Taos, NM, USA

The Computer in Art, Edison State College, Piqua, OH, USA

1997

Film Society of Lincoln Center: 6th Annual Video Festival: High Tech-Lo Fi, Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theater, New York City, USA

10th Annual Dallas Video Festival, The Texas Show and Jewish Families, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX, USA

12 Minutes Max: The Text and Image, Diverse Works, Houston, TX

Rhode Island School of Design Alumni Show, Fishbone Gallery, Atlanta, GA, USA

4th Annual Jewish Film Festival, Judah Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA, USA

Providence Filmmaker’s Film Festival, AS220, Providence, RI, USA

Film Society of Lincoln Center: Lunchtime at the Wall, Thundergulch: Arts & Technology Bldg., 55 Broad Street, New York City, USA

1996

Reconstructions: New Alternative Documentaries, Mobius, Boston, MA, USA

PhotoVideo, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA

MFA Exhibition, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA

From Fact to Fiction, Video Space, Boston, MA, USA

1994

Photography Biennial, Woods Gerry Gallery, Providence, RI, USA

Art by the Inch, Sol Koffler Gallery, Providence, RI, USA

1993

Art for Art’s Sake, Icons Gallery, New Orleans, LA, USA

Ausgewählte Akademische Filmvorstellungen / Curriculums

2006

Masters Thesis Seminar (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons, New York City, USA

2004

More than One (Christian Rattemeyer), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA

2001

Masters Thesis Seminar (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons, New York, NY, USA

1999

American Studies: Religion & Society in American Literature (Bryan Stone), University of Texas, Austin, TX, USA

1998

Video Techniques & Technology (Ruby Baresch), New York University, New York City, USA

The Displaced Person, Literature Beyond the Canon (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA

1997

Screening, Williams College (Anita Davis), Williamstown, MA, USA

1996

Independent Feature Film (John Carstarphen), Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA

Ausgewählte Bibliografie / Buchrezensionen

2011

Oprah’s Book Club, Leigh Newman, “11 books you thought you’d read, but will fall in love with instantly.”, (Oprah.com, December 2011)

New York Review of Books, Renee C. Fountain, “Review: I’ll Be Dead by the Time You Read This: The Existential Life of Animals”, (November, 2011)

[defective] GEEKS, Space Pirate Queen, “Book Review: I’ll Be Dead by the Time You Read This: The Existential Life of Animals”, (November, 2011)

Book: “I’ll be Dead by the Time You Read This: The Existential Life of Animals”, (Plume/Penguin, December, 2011)

Press-Citizen.com, Jake Nelson, “If Animals Could Speak They’d Need Therapy Too”, (November, 2011)

Our Town Down Town, Our Town East Side & The West Side Spirit (Manhattan Media), Aspen Matis, “Romeo Alaeff Examines the Human Animal”, (November, 2011)

Antenna Magazine, Ashley Conde, “Evidence: Romeo Alaeff”, (November, 2011)

Berlin Art Link.com, Monica Salazar, “On the Road Series: Artist Studio Visit”, (February, 2011)

2010

Book: “Stuck up Piece of Crap, Stickers: From Punk Rock to Contemporary Art” by DB Burkeman, Shepard Fairy, Carlo McCormic & Monica Locascio (Rizzoli, September. 2010)

New York Press, Rachel Reeves, “Catching Up with Romeo Alaeff”, (October 7, 2010)

Antenna Magazine, Erika Yorio, “Romeo Alaeff: Case Study”, (August, 2010)

Gopher Illustrated Online, Michu Benaim, “Romeo Shows Us His Tapeworm”, (July, 2010)

Gopher Illustrated, Print Pull Out Stickers (“Issue #1,” June, 2010)

Paper Magazine, Alexis Swerdloff, “The subversive and the sticky”, (Summer, 2010)

2007

The Scotsman, Susan Mansfield, “Vintage Works”, Schottland, (September 21, 2007)

The Dundee Messenger, Donna Holford-Lovell, “Made at DCA”, Schottland, (August 28, 2007)

Priority Life ,“Art Symposium”, Taiwan, (p.78, Autumn 2007)

Artist, Taiwan, (No.390, p.396, November 2007)

CANS, Taiwan (No.31, p.86, August 2007)

IW, Taiwan (No.56, p.38, July 2007)

Men’s Uno ,“Artistry Spirit”, Taiwan (No.98, p.385 October 2007)

Madame Figaro, Taiwan (p.10, July 2007)

Beverage Media: Metro New York, “News Front”, New York, NY (August 2007)

2003

Vacarme, Anne Bertrand, “John Clare, forét, amours, folie-poésie” (Photo, p.100), Paris France, (Autumn, 2003, n.25)

NY Arts Magazine, Nuit Banai, “Mobilizing Difference”, New York, NY,  (p.42 June, 2003)

Zycie Pabianic , Andrzej Adamczewski, “Zakrecona”,Pabianice, Poland (p.6 April 3, 2003)

Dallas Morning News, Manuel Mendoza, “Dallas Video Festival-Worth Watching this Weekend”, Dallas, TX (p.4J March 21, 2003)

2002

NY Arts Magazine, Pal Moore, “Motion”, New York, NY, ( Vol.7, April, 2002)

2001

Biennale de Lyon, Connivence, 2001 Catalog, Anne Bertrand, “Un Monde, Lyon, Frankreich” (pp.27-28, September, 2001)

1999

Parachute Magazine, Anne Bertrand, “Home Screen Home. Programme de Videos Realisees par des Artists Pour la Television Entre 1970-1999”, Montreal, Quebec, (No.96, p.62, Oct/Dec., 1999)

Visual Arts, Bruce Nixon, “The Photographic Persona”, Lousiville, KY, (p.42, December 8, 1999)

Preise / Stipendien / Künstlerresidenz

2008

Künstlerresidenz, Marfa, Texas, USA

2008

Künstlerresidenz, Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgien

2007

Künstlerresidenz, Glenfiddich, Schottland

2001-2004

Fiscal Sponsorship, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA): “Gabriel-Ten Years in the Life of a Boy”

1997

2nd Place, “Family Portraits”, Judah Magnes Museum’s 4th Annual Video Competition, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA, USA

1993

Stipendium, Sidney E. and Ruby Shayn Blumenthal

1992

Kunststipendium, Richard Koch

Lehrtätigkeit / Vorträge / Kritik / Podiumsdiskussion

2006

Präsentation / Vortrag, Masters Thesis Development Program (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons School of Design (The New School), July, 2006

2004

Künstlergespräch/Podiumsdiskussion, Based on a True Story, Artist’s Space, October 23, 2004

Visiting Artist, More than One (Christian Rattemeyer), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, October 14, 2004

2003

Präsentation / Vortrag, Jewish Heritage Program, New York, NY, October 24, 2003

2001

Visiting Artist, MFA Program (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons School of Design (The New School), December, 2001

Presentation/Lecture, Masters Thesis Development Program (Cay Sophie Rabinowitz), Parsons School of Design (The New School), October, 2001

1999

Jury, Best of New York 1999 Addy Awards, Hill Holiday, New York, NY, February 19, 1999

Gastkritiker, Masters in Design & Technology Thesis Review (Colleen Macklin), Parsons School of Design (The New School), January 20, 1999

1988

Visiting Artist, Photography I (Sue Wrbican), Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY April 13, 1998

Visiting Artist, Special Topics in Photography (Ron Jude), University of Georgia, Athens, GA, January 14, 1998

1997

Präsentation / Vortrag, Educational Psychology: Understanding and Facilitating Adult Learning, Graduate College of Education (Dr. Dennis Thompson), Georgia State University, April 13, 1997

1996

Fotografie Lehrbeauftragte, Bending Oaks High School, Dallas, TX, Fall 1996

Fotografie Labor Lehrbeauftragte, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1996

Visiting Artist, Photography II (Sue Wrbican), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1996

1995

Fotografie II Lehrbeauftragte, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Fall, 1995

Studienassistent/Tutor, Fotografie I (Henry Horenstein), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1995

Gastkritiker, Photography II (Vivian Poey/Barbara Columbo), Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Spring, 1995

1994

Gastkritiker, Hypertext (Bob Arellano), Brown University, Providence, RI, Fall, 1994

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