AWARD + VISITING FACULTY
Caltech-Huntington Art + Research Residency, Pasadena, CA
Airlie Research & Innovation Award, American University, Washington, DC
“Queer Data Surrogacy: Activating Conservation Datasets with AI”, Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Conference, Honolulu, HI / online
“Practices at the Eco-Technical Interface” University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
“The Generative and the Generational.” In catalogue, Michelle Ellsworth: Evidence of Labor. The Experimental Media and Performing Center (EMPAC), Troy, NY.
“Salvaging Birds: Expanded Nonfiction about Brow Birds, Queer Ecologies, and Data.” In Deep Horizons: A Multisensory Archive of Ecological Affects and Prospects. eds. Erin Espelie and Brianne Cohen, Amherst College Press.
School of Communication Faculty Award, American University, Washington, DC
Greenberg Faculty Fellow, American University, Washington, DC
GROUP EXHIBITION + PANEL DISCUSSION
a time to tear and a time to mend, Wönzimer, Los Angeles, CA
FEELERS: Towards Reciprocal Sensing, Tetrapod Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Part of Fulcrum Festival 2022
DIY Methods Conference, Low-Carbon Methods Research Group
A-Z West, Joshua Tree, CA
“The Eco-Technical Interface: Attuning to the Instrumental”
With Laura Devendorf, CHI ‘22
Material Ethics of Computing Workshop
CHI ‘22, New Orleans, LA/Online
Creator Development Fund
For “Salvaging Birds”, with JP Merz, New Music USA
SciArt Ambassador Program 2022-2023
SUPERCOLLIDER, Los Angeles, CA
“Feminist Data Practices: Conversations with Catherine D’Ignazio, Lauren Klein, and Maya Livio”
Facilitated by Sabine Niederer and Gabriele Colombo, Diseña, (19)
Colby Summer Institute in Environmental Humanities, Waterville, MA
“Social Justice, Activism, and Environmental Media Studies”
Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS), Online
“Earthly Digital Art: Thinking Environmentally in Media-Based Practice”
College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference, Online
Nature Club, Femmebit, Los Angeles/Online
EXHIBITION & COLLECTION
Winter of the Climate-Haunted Globe Issue
Labocine, Imagine Science Films
RedLine Contemporary Art Center and Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts
Research & Innovation Seed Grant
Handbook for Feminist Labs project, Co-PI
"Towards Feminist Labs: Provocations for Collective Knowledge-Making"
Maya Livio and Lori Emerson
Critical Makers Reader, Institute of Network Cultures (November 2019)
"On Pikas and Purity"
SLSA Conference, Irvine, CA
(November 7-10, 2019)
Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Conference, New Orleans, LA
(September 4-7, 2019)
Making & Doing
4S, New Orleans, LA (September 4-7, 2019)
"Version Control: Roundtable on Female-Identifying Artists in New Media"
TRANSFER Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
(July 30, 2019)
"Exploring Noticing as Method", co-organized
DIS 2019 Conference, San Diego, CA
(June 23-28, 2019)
MediaLive at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
(April 25-May 27, 2019)
"Feminist Labs: A Case Study"
HASTAC Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada
(May 16-18, 2019)
"Media Art as Critical Intervention"
Front Range Community College, Fort Collins, CO
(April 24, 2019)
What is a Feminist Lab?
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
(April 17-18, 2019)
Anthropocene Resonance: Interdisciplinary Approaches
CU Art Museum
(February 8, 2019)
"A Rough Sketch on Thermoregulation, Technology, and the American Pika"
Multispecies Storytelling Conference
Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden
(January 23–25, 2019)