Solo Exhibitions

 

2003

“Gene(isis): Contemporary Art Explores Human Genomics” at The Berkeley Art Museum. Solo exhibition entitled “G-commerce” as part of the larger exhibition, lectures and film series. Curated by Alla Effimova (United States).

 

2007

“Geo/Genome”, exhibition at the Puffin Cultural Forum, curated by Tim Blunk (United States).

 

2008

“RYT Hospital-Dwayne Medical Center”, Exhibition at John Jay College Gallery, New York City, curated by Mary Ting (United States).

 

2009

“Cardiorobonanoplasty: Billions of Robots Heal the Human Heart,” solo exhibition at the International House gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, curated by Sean Stoops (United States).

 

2014

“Medical Avatar” at The Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, VA, and the Perspective Gallery of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA, curated by Robin Boucher (United States).

 

Group Exhibitions

1996

“National Showcase Exhibition,” The Alternative Museum, New York City (United States).

 

1996

“NY International Independent Arts Exhibition,” New York City (United States).

 

1997

“Corporeal Self” at MIX Mexico, Mexico City (Mexico), and MIX Brasil, San Paolo (Brazil).

 

1997

“Corporeal Self” at Outfest Film Festival at The Director’s Guild, Los Angeles, California (Brazil).

 

1999

“Expansion Arts,” The Alternative Museum, New York City (United States).

 

1999

“Slant,” curated by Angie Eng, made possible by an Artists Space Independent Project Grant (United States).

 

1998

“Godzilla Retrospective,” The New Museum, New York City (United States).

 

1998

“Corporeal Self” at the MIX Festival, New York City (United States).

 

1998

“PaperVeins 1998,” Gallery 128, New York City (United States).

 

1998

“Corporeal Self” screened at The Berkley Museum and Film Archives, Berkley, California (United States).

 

1997

“Prosthetic Houses,” Gallery 128, New York City (United States).

 

2000

“FILE – International Electronic Festival,” Museum of Image and Sound, San Paulo (Brazil).

 

2000

“PaperVeins Biennial,” HERE Arts Center, New York City (United States).

 

2000, 1998

“Day Without Art,” Creative Time, New York City (United States).

 

2000

“GenoChoice,” The Alternative Museum, New York City (United States).

 

2000

“Corporeal Self” screened at the Ars Electronica Festival, Linz (Austria).

 

2001

“Labyrinth of Pleasure” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei. Sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Taipei and Contemporary Art Foundation (Taiwan).

 

2001

“At the Edge of Knowing: Artists’ Response to the Genome”, Eloise Pickard Smith Gallery, Santa Cruz, California (United States).

 

2001

“InteractivA 01,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Yucatán, curated by Raul Ferrera-Balanquet (México).

 

2001

“Gender Play,” Brooklyn Brewery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (United States).

 

2001

“Anthem” screened for the Global Education Workshop and Faculty Development Seminar in Kansas City, Missouri on November 15 by Robert C. Ernst, President of Northcentral Technical College (United States).

 

2001

“Anthem” screened at the Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (United States).

 

2002

“Cirque de Médecine: PaperVeins Biennial 2002” at the HERE Arts Center, New York City (United States).

 

2002

Brooklyn Arts Festival, Open Studio Exhibition in DUMBO, Brooklyn (United States).

 

2002

Sundance Film Festival, official selection curated by Shari Frilot. Park City, UT (United States).

 

2002

“BioVision: In vitro-In vivo” at the World Human Rights Art Festival in Athens. Featured artist (Greece).

 

2004

“AC: Anatomically Correct” at the 473 Broadway Gallery in SoHo, New York City. Curated by Kóan Jeff Baysa, MD, curatorial fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art (United States).

 

2004

“ReproTech: Building Better Babies” at The New York Academy of Sciences, Gallery of Art and Science, New York City. Curated by Suzanne Anker (United States).

 

2005

“Put On Your Blue Genes”, Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (New Society for Fine Arts) in Berlin. The exhibition focused on art and biotechnology and includes installations by the Critical Art Ensemble, Symbiotic A / The Tissue Culture and Art Project, Paul Vanouse and others (Germany).

 

2005

“ARTSTAR” exhibition at Deitch Projects, New York, NY (United States).

 

2005

“ABC No Rio 25th Anniversary Exhibition”, Deitch Projects, New York City, artists included Kiki Smith, Hans Haacke, Claes Oldenburg, and Jenny Holzer (United States).

 

2005

“Bling Bling Ka-Ching! Made in America”, The Pickled Arts Center in Beijing. Organized and curated by Kóan Jeff Baysa, curatorial fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and Ryan Harris (China).

 

2005

“Corporeal Self”, screening at the Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (United States).

 

2006

“Metabodies: Medicine and Media”, two artist exhibition at the Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, Harper Center for the Arts in Clinton, South Carolina. Presented in collaboration with the Annual Arnold Symposim, “Brave New World: The Effects of Media on Medical Research and Development” (United States).

 

2006

“The Days of Science and Biotechnology”, exhibition at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. Curated by Denisa Kera, Center for Global Studies, Charles University, and the International Center for Art and New Technologies (Czechoslovakia).

 

2007

“HIV Law Project”, exhibition at Moti Hasson Gallery in New York City, curated by Kóan Jeff Baysa, MD (United States).

 

2007

“Orion’s Belt: Health, Technology, and Mythology”, exhibition in Reno, Nevada, curated by Marjorie Vecchio, PhD (United States).

 

2009

“Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR) 17,” exhibition in Long Beach, California, curated by Kóan Jeff Baysa, MD (United States).

 

2009

“HomeBase IV,” exhibition at an abandoned medical center in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, curated by Anat Litwin (United States).

 

2009

“The Immunological Paradox of Pregnancy and the Art of Biomedical Realism,” featured project for an event at the Exit Art gallery in New York City, presented by Irina Aristarkhova, Ph.D. (United States).

 

2009

“A Celebration of the Arts” at the Macy Gallery of Columbia University, New York City, curated by Jonathan Lewis (United States).

 

2009

“2009 Cyberfest: Sonic Self” at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, curated by Anna Frants and Kóan Jeff Baysa, M.D. (Russia).

 

2010

“ADHD (Art Diagnostics and Healing Devices)” at the JAUS Gallery in Los Angeles, CA, curated by Kóan Jeff Baysa, M.D. (United States).

 

2011

“Medicine Meets Virtual Reality (MMVR) 18” in Newport Beach, California, curated by Kóan Jeff Baysa, M.D. (United States).

 

2012

“Seeing Ourselves,” exhibition on art and neuroscience at the Center for Photography and the Moving Image in New York, NY, curated by Kóan Jeff Baysa, M.D. (United States).

 

2012

“Portrait of the Artists with Black Glasses” at the Not Festival exhibition at the Dansehallerne in Copenhagen, curated by Luis Lara Malvacias (Denmark).

 

2013

“Pulse: Art and Medicine, A Not-So-Clinical Study of Medicine as Inspiration for Art, Creative Processes and Art Forms” at Strathmore Fine Arts in North Bethesda, MD, curated by Harriet Lesser (United States).

 

2014

“Medical Avatar: Imaging to Promote Education, Health and Well-Being” as The Heinz Stephen Weens Memorial Lecturer at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia (United States).

 

2015

“How a Selfie Can Help You Get Healthy” at the American Heart Association’s Health Sciences Innovation Investment Forum, New York City (United States).

 

2015

“Demos: Apps, Bots and Analytics”, The New Jersey Tech Council HealthTech Conference at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ (United States).

 

2015

“Medical Avatar: Healthy Selfie Cube and Body Interact”, BIO2015 at Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA (United States).

 

2015

“Virtual Reality: How A Simulated World Can Transform Medical Care” at Weill Cornell Medical College, presented by Innovation Forum New York (United States).

 

2015

“The Art, Science and Technology of Designing for Health” at the Connected Health Symposium, Partners Healthcare in Boston, MA (United States).

 

2016

“Designing Motivational Interventions for Health Behavior Change” at the HXRefactored Annual Health Conference in Boston, MA (United States).

 

2016

“Better World by Design” at Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI (United States).

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