He recorded a CD of his work in 2001. In 2006, he contributed the text for the exhibition Shared: Blue Bikes at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. In spring, 2007, his video installation for the 800 square-foot video screen at Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago was exhibited.
He was recipient of a full poetry fellowship from the Illinois Arts Council. He holds a BFA in Photography from Temple University, Philadelphia, and lives in Chicago.
“I HATE AMERICA (i love america) – 10-Hour Event in London and Chicago – November 30, 2013
CHICAGO: Defibrillator, 7AM – 5PM | LONDON: The Glass Factory, 1PM – 11PM
(live 10 hour conversation between UK and US, 10 hour video program)
CHICAGO: Defibrillator Gallery
1136 N. Milwaukee Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642 USA
Bus: Division / Milwaukee / Ashland
Train: Blue Line (Division stop)
LONDON: The Glass Factory
9a, Queens Yard, White Post Lane
London E9 5EN UK
Bus: 26 / 30 / 236 / 388 / 488
Train: Hackney Wick Overground
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