Antenna Gallery | Louisiana Open Call 2017 Exhibitions

  Interiors, Icons, Inheritance Louisiana Open Call 2017, Cycle 1 Curated by Danny Orendorff September 9, 2017 to October 8, 2017 Antenna (New Orleans, LA) […]

NEWS | Charlotte Street Foundation 2013-14 Curator-in-Residence

  I am **SO** excited to announce that I have been selected as the 2013-14 Curator-in-Residence for The Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City, MO. While […]

Other People’s Pixels | Look at Them Please

  Recently, the good folks at Other People’s Pixels – a terrific website service dedicated to artist’s needs – commissioned an essay from me based […]

Recent Press | Chicago Magazine: Six Young Art Curators You Should Know

  I was incredibly flattered to be recently selected as one of Chicago’s ‘Six Young Art Curators You Should Know‘ by Chicago Magazine and, in […]

Bad at Sports | Out of Time: Matt Wolf’s Smalltown Boys

Out of Time: Matt Wolf’s Smalltown Boys | Posted to Bad at Sports4.12.13 It’s April, and if you’re like me, you’ve probably been busy tying […]

Exhibition Essay | Jessica Hyatt: Singulate | threewalls gallery

  I had the great pleasure of writing the gallery brochure/exhibition essay for Jessica Hyatt‘s solo exhibition ‘Singulate‘ at threewalls gallery here in Chicago. Put […]

Bad at Sports | Travelogue: Craft & (Queer) Kinship

  Craft & (Queer) Kinship – published to Bad at Sports, 3/15/13 Family was most certainly on my mind as I traveled to the Southwest […]

Catalog Contribution: ‘How Do I Look?’ Group Exhibition | Roots & Culture Gallery

  I was pleased to be asked to contribute some writing to the catalog for the recent group exhibition ‘ How Do I Look?‘ at […]

Claire Ashley’s frizzflopsqueezepop

  Claire Ashley is such a fascinating artist and a pure delight to work with. I had the opportunity of including 3 of her pieces […]

Mary Patten Remembers ‘Schizo Culture’ – Profile for Art in America Online

  I’m pretty jazzed to be once again writing about Chicago arts going-ons for Art in America Online, and couldn’t be happier to have my […]

Edie Fake’s Ecstatic Afterlives

  Edie Fake’s Ecstatic Afterlives Posted to Bad At Sports, 1/11/13 On view currently at Chicago’s Thomas Robertello Gallery are 15 pen, ink, and gouache […]

All Good Things Become Wild & Free Reviewed on Hyperallergic

  All Good Things Become Wild & Free was reviewed on Hyperallergic by local arts writer, and dedicated supporter of queer arts, Alicia Eler! Update! […]

Exhibition Review: “Mythologies” at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries

  I’ve recently joined up with the terrific contemporary arts outlet Bad at Sports as a monthly contributor to their blog! I’ve been a long […]

Tamms Year 10 Photo Request from Solitary: Assignment Complete!

  When I attended the opening of the Tamms Year 10 project at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries earlier this Fall, I was blown away at the […]

Upcoming Lectures at American University & James Madison University

  I’ll be heading out to Washington, D.C., and then off to Harrisonburg, VA, to give some talks on my work and research, mostly having […]

They’re Here – All Good Things Become Wild & Free Catalogs!

In conjunction with All Good Things Become Wild & Free at the HF Johnson Gallery of Art at Carthage College, I produced a full-color, illustrated […]

All Good Things Become Wild & Free Screening & Conversation

As part of the exhibition All Good Things Become Wild & Free at the HF Johnson Gallery of Art at Carthage College, I screened a […]

Parade Float Demo

  Lately I’ve become very obsessed with the idea of parade float destruction. This is part and parcel of a much larger project I’m getting […]

TAMMS Prisoner Art Project

  I’m very excited about contributing to the ‘Photo Requests from Solitary’ project currently underway as part of the TAMMS Year Ten Campaign Office exhibition […]