Selected Group Exhibitions
2015 AA Bronson’s Sacre Du Printemps | Grazer Kunstverein | Austria
2014 The Botanica | Carroll and Sons | Boston, MA
2014 The Botanica | Invisible Exports | New York City, NY.
2014 EROS/ON, Bay Area Now 7 triennial, with [2nd floor projects] | Yerba Buena Center for the Arts | San Francisco, CA.
2014 Hard Times: 3 years of FIAR | Leslie-Lohmann Museum Annex | NYC, NY.
2014 Queer Objectivity | University of Maryland, Stamp Gallery | Baltimore, MD.
2013 The Temptation of AA Bronson | Witte De With Center for Contemporary Art | Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2013 Translocura | Marin Headlands Center for the Arts | Sausalito, CA.
2013 As You Are: A Decade of ‘You Are Beautiful’ | Green Exchange | Chicago, IL.
2012 Point of No Return | Southern Exposure | San Francisco, CA.
2012 UNCENSORED: Queer Art and the Church | Leslie-Lohman Annex | New York, NY.
2016 Gordon Hall’s Holding The Room As An Aside | University of California Berkeley | Department of Art Practice | Berkeley, CA.
2012 Ashes to Ashes | Collaborative performance with AA Bronson, The Meatrack, Fire Island, New York.
2012 A Jaunt through the Forest with Two Spirits | Collaborative performance with Jade Yumang, Fire Island, New York.
2012 FML | Collaborative installation with Xandra Ibarra, CounterPulse, San Francisco, CA.
2010 Curious Silence | Collaborative construction for Jennifer Bastian’s participatory installation/archive "Sustain/Apart," | Brand Museum Gallery, Glendale, CA.
2008 Group Effort: Collaboration as Process & Form | UCLA Wight Biennial, Collaborative installation for Jennifer Bastian’s participatory archive "Can You Record the Feeling of Contact?" | Los Angeles, CA.
2012 Fire Island Artist Residency | Cherry Grove, New York
2014 EROS/ON | Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Bay Area Now 7 triennial | San Francisco, CA. Assisted [2nd floor projects] in curation.
2011 SAVE KUSF | Right Window Gallery | San Francisco, CA
2014 Sleeves on Hearts, KUSF in EXILE public radio. Guest DJ/artist talk.
2004 Issues in Figuration: Sex and Death, Three week seminar by request of Susanna Coffey | School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) | Chicago, IL.