TV Guide, an exhibition curated by Auxiliary Projects for Spring/Break New York, March 5 - 11. More info/tickets here.
Group exhibition: The Value of Sanctuary: Building a House Without Walls, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, Feb. 14 - June 30. Full press release here.
One night stand: With Higher Standards, a collaboration between Et al. Gallery and Syndicate, February 11th, Mexico City. Images and text here.
Et al. Gallery at Material Art Fair, Frontón México, Mexico City, March 7 - 10.
Exhibition: Between Here and the Machine, an exhibition with Bean Gilsdorf and Rhonda Holberton at Carnation Contemporary, Portland, OR from 12/1 - 12/24/2018. Information and images here.
Writing: I wrote something on magic and technology for the Wattis Institute, you can read it here.
Group Exhibition: When the Sun Emanates More Energy than the Eye Can Absorb: Glaring Sights, an exhibition curated by Kim Cordova and Fabiola Iza, featuring work by María Isabel Arango, Anthony Discenza, Jimmie Durham, Carmen Huízar, Lorena Mal, Rufino Tamayo, Armando Rosales and Marie Voignier, CruCru Brewery, Mexico City, 6/30/18 - 8/18/18. More information here.
Commission: The Companions: Sounds for a Lost Screenplay, a project created in collaboration with Gary Rydstrom and Josh Gold of Skywalker Sound for the de Young Museum's Hamon Tower Observatory, San Francisco, 6/17/18 - 9/4/18. More info about the project here.
Group Exhibition: Butterfly's Nautilus, presented by Et al. Gallery at Celaya Brothers, Mexico City, 4/14 - 5/5/18, part of CONDO 2018. More info here.
Group Exhibition: On Struggling to Remain Present When You Want to Disappear, curated by Marie Martraire and Wang Dan, at OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shanghai, 4/7/18 - 6/10/18. Press release here.
Writing: I recently contributed a short text to a collection of essays that explore the work of Seth Price for The Wattis Institute, as part of its year-long inquiry into Price's practice. The essays can be found here.
Book: A Series of Minor Defeats Hinting at Greater Cruelties, a collaboration with Joseph del Pesco and Kadist Foundation that reimagines a number of past text-based works in the format of a pulp paperback. Currently available here as a free eBook; the print version is available here through Owl Cave Books