Exhibitions

A selection of exhibitions, 2001 onwards:

“Dustbox and AirKit.” Installation of Citizen Sense Dustbox and AirKit material for the physical and online exhibition, “Climate Care: Reimagining Shared Planetary Futures, a MAK exhibition.” Curated by Anab Jain. Vienna Biennale for Change 2021: PLANET LOVE. Climate Care in the Digital Age. Vienna, Austria (28 May – 3 October 2021).

“Citizen Sense Dustbox.” Installation of Citizen Sense Dustbox materials for the “London Gallery” as part of the exhibition, “City Now City Future.” Museum of London (14 July 2017 – 2 January 2018).

“Dustbox” and “Frackbox.” Citizen Sense installation for the exhibition, “The New Observatory.” FACT, Liverpool, UK (22 June – 1 October 2017).

“Sphygmograph.” In exhibition, Evil Media Distribution Centre, Developed by YoHa. Transmediale, Berlin, Germany (29 January – 2 February 2013).

Forecast Factory.” Snow globe and pamphlet exhibition for BiPolar book launch at the Society for Royal Antiquaries. Commissioned through the “Curating Climate Change” project, developed by Kathryn Yusoff and Arts Catalyst. Funded by Arts Council England (20 June 2008).

“Media in the Dump: Global Geographies of Electronic Waste.” Exhibition on electronic waste. Interdependence Day 2006. Royal Geographic Society, London. Sponsored by the Geography Discipline, Open University, and ESRC/NERC (1 July 2006).

The Art of Salvage. Essay and postcard project for USED/Goods exhibition. Organized by Cut Rate Collective at Salvation Army, Montréal, Canada. Reviewed in La Voir, November 2004 (5-24 November 2004).

“Space Gardens” (“Glovebox Gardens”). Online exhibition and essay for Jardins Virtuel. New Media Group Show. Studio XX, Montréal, Canada. Originally hosted at signalspace.net (27 September 2002).

Please Take the Ticket.” Parking lot installation in collaboration with landscape architect Nathan Anderson, Jerome Foundation, Temporary Public Art on Campus, Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, US (25 October – 30 November 2002).

“Transit.” Book art bus schedule and installation. Jerome Foundation fellows exhibition. Minnesota Center for Book Arts. Minneapolis, US (2001).