Selected curatorial projects

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A magenta lit photograph showing a screen, and red and blue racing car seatbelts strapped at a vertical diagonal across the space. On the screen are the words "GLAND PRIX" overlaid on a backdrop of moving flesh. A window reflects another screen on the bottom of the image, with the following mirrored word "SCREWED" overlaid on top of a spinning set of giant motor wheels.

Jenson Leonard: GLAND PRIX

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2022.

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A photograph of Squeaky Wheel’s window gallery, covered in a blue light. Two vertical screens are visible, with rose petals on the floor.

SHAWNÉ MICHAELAIN HOLLOWAY: i would’ve said goodbye if i thought you loved me back

Exhibition and online project at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2021–2022.

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A spiky, orange and purple globe over a black screen. Underneath is the text "Don't you see what a wonderful thing this can be?" On the top left, in three rows, is the following text: "Twenties. Indian. 861/1484."

Johann Diedrick: Dark Matters

Exhibition and online project at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2021.

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A photograph by Carolyn Wachniki of SPACE Gallery. A large sculptural textile work by Eniola Dawodu is hanging from the ceiling. You can also see clothing made by Charlie Best, and a variety of screens and ephemera by Betty Yu.

Punctures: Textiles in Digital and Material Time

Touring exhibition at SPACE (Portland, ME), 2021.

Special thanks to to Carolyn Wachniki and Kelsey Halliday Johnson.

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A grid of nine videos from a live recording. There are people cooking, animations of the same people cooking, and other people speaking.

Public Visualization Studio: Passing through the Heart

Exhibition and online project at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2020–2021.

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A gif of a screencapture featuring several mouse cursors and typing. There is text placed in little colorful boxes. They all respond to the question "What does 'COVID' look like in the future to you?"

Timelines of Care

Online event series at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2020.

Featuring Lana Lin (with Dessane Lopez Cassell), Hala Lotfy, Jordan Lord (with Emily Watlington), What Would a HIV Doula Do?, and Taraneh Fazeli (with Amalle Dublon).

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The words "Punctures: Textiles in Digital and Material Time" in a stylized logo designed by Kelly Walters.

Punctures: Textiles in Digital and Material Time

Exhibition and event series at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2019–2020.

Exhibition of work by Betty Yu, Cecilia Vicuña, Charlie Best, Eniola Dawodu, Kite, and Sabrina Gschwandtner.

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A gallery room. There are projections on the wall and television screens playing videos. Various collages are on the wall, as is an Ipad. A glass podium is in the middle of the room.

Black Quantum Futurism: On The Edge Of The Bush / A Long Walk into the Unknown

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2019.

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A mannequin's hand holding an ipad. There is a white chain holding them together, on top of a podium. The Ipad is showing a 3D animation of an office.

Yvette Granata | #d8e0ea: post-cyberfeminist datum

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2018.

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A photograph of a room with a projection. Within the projection is also a television. The projection is showing a bouquet of flowers. The screen is showing the layout of a court room.

belit sağ: Let Me Remember

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2018.

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A film still of a tiled floor from Nazlı Dinçel's film "Shape of a Surface". Two legs and feet can be seen on the left.

Shape of a Surface: Recent Work from Turkey

Screening at Echo Park Film Center (Los Angeles, CA), 2017. With work by Dilek Aydın, Cana Bilir-Meier, Beyza Boyacıoglu, Burak Çevik, Nazlı Dinçel, Can Eskinazi, Yoel Meranda, belit sağ, Fern Silva, and Deniz Tortum & Carmine Grimaldi. Special thank you to Dicky Bahto.

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Four computers on a table with Angela Washko's video game ready to play. On the wall are grids of images from the video game.

Angela Washko | The Game: The Game 2.0

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2017.

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A blue room. The entirety of one wall is covered in a lava like projection of flesh. In the corner is an elliptical machine, with three lcd screens. In the middle screen is an animation of a Black person. The other two screens are blue.

Sondra Perry: flesh out

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2017.

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A photograph of a tiny screen in the middle of the image, looking down a large glass-like tube. On the screen is a person with a red backdrop.

Kathy High: Soft Science

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2016.

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A photograph of a room. A microphone is hanging in the corner. On the wall, is a projection of linguistic symbols like exclamation marks, and of Chinese language characters.

Wenhua Shi: A Year from Monday

Exhibition at Squeaky Wheel (Buffalo, NY), 2016.

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A photograph of a screen with a film, Permutations by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, projected on to it. On the screen is Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's sister, looking directly in the the camera.

Tell Even Us: Videos by Theresa Hak Kyung Cha

Screening & reading at Grayduck Gallery (Austin, TX), presented by Experimental Response Cinema. Co-curated with Nayantara Bhattacharya. 2015.

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