Streetscapes, June 1–4, 2023
the beauty of something ripped, May 11-June 18, 2022
Fleeting / Aftermath, September 2-26, 2021
Double Exhibition - May 22-September 19, 2021
The double exhibition Distillé / Searching for Emma takes place this summer, May 22 - September 19, 2021 at the Centre d'art contemporain de la Matmut near Rouen, France.
Distillé Book Launch - Lancement de livres
January 11, 2020 will be the book launch for Distillé Chez George Sand and The Gray Book at the literary café La Tour Morillon in Saint-Amand-Montrond, France at 5pm.
Distillé @KCUA, Kyoto
Distillé concluded its successful exhibition at the Kyoto City University of the Arts Art Gallery in August 2019.
Distillé at the Maison de George Sand
Distillé was presented at the Maison de George Sand in Nohant, France, from October 7 - November 26, 2017. In homage to the profound and complex friendship between George Sand and Gustave Flaubert, this iteration of Distillé was an intervention into Sand's home, where Flaubert and many others were guests of one of the 19th century's most remarkable women. A concurrent exhibition of 11 photographs selected from Distillé was presented at the Palais Jacques Coeur in Bourges.
DISTILLÉ in Rouen
DISTILLÉ was presented as a preview exhibition at Porte 10 in Rouen, France, which opened January 19, 2017 as part of "La Ronde," a program sponsored by the Metropole Rouen Normandie. This preview exhibition included ten photographs, a video, and drawings made circa 1885 by Albert Fourié on loan from the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen.
The complete exhibition of DISTILLÉ will be held in Rouen, France in 2021.
Dark Water in Pisa
Past and continuing events
"DISTILLÉ" opened at the Abbaye de Noirlac – Centre culturel de rencontre, Bruère-Allichamps, France, 20 March - 16 May 2016. The vernissage included a conversation with Flaubert scholars Yvan Leclerc, Massimo Fusillo, Jeanne Bem, Françoise Meltzer, Arden Reed, and Rebecca West.
"A Feast of Astonishments: Charlotte Moorman and the Avant-Garde, 1960s-1980s," opened at the Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, 16 January -17 July 2016; and included early performance documents related to my participation in Charlotte Moorman’s Annual Avant-Garde Festival of New York 1974, 1975, 1978 and panel discussion. The exhibition continued at the Grey Art Gallery in New York City, and at The Museum der Moderne Salzburg.