An art and design course I developed and taught that spans both studio and theory. The course contextualizes new media practice within the history of contemporary art, emerging technology and digital culture.
A document of dialogue and reflection from a resistant self who enters the networked space of Facebook. I use myself as a research subject to explore the self’s relationship to social networks. Selfpost is the outing of the artist’s self to one's many social networks within Facebook; Postself is the documentation of this experience on a blog that serves as a place to explore questions about the make-up of selves after Facebook.
An interactive social practice art and exhibition project I created with fellow artists Lois Klassen, Elisa Yon, and Adam Stenhouse. The project existed as a 10-day school-within-a-school at Emily Carr University of Art & Design in December, 2011 and online at http://qruopenschool.ca/. Participants were presented with a series of questions about their relationships with art, learning and technology.
I was the Co-Coordinator and Web & Social Media Coordinator for the All State Art Symposium held in Columbus, Georgia for 4 consecutive years (2013-2016). An annual program for Georgia high school art students with 600-900 annual artwork submissions.
From 2005 to 2012, I was an active member of the(Laura Jamieson Housing Co-operative located in East Vancouver, BC. The main roles I performed were: Board member for 2 years, Coordinator of flooring renovations for 3 years, and Newsletter editorial team for 5 years. I also was one of the main organizers of a neighbourhood block party which involved closing off the street to live music, food and children's games.