Practice, Practicing, and the Perpetual Becoming of Performance

Petrichor Performance Collective and Panoply Performance Lab present a discursive exhibition of performative works in Brooklyn and Boston in conjunction with panel discussions on the legacy of performative practices and collective engagement in both cities. This exchange is curated/organized by Helina Metaferia, Esther Neff, and respective members of Petrichor and Panoply.

Friday, November 7
Panel Discussions 6pm, Performances @ 7-11pm
Saturday, November 8
Performances @ 7-11pm

Participating Artists:
Danielle Abrams, Leah Rafaela Ceriello, Dell M. Hamilton , Tiara Jenkins, Ryan McMahon, Helina Metaferia, Cris Schayer, Bryana Siobhan, Kledia Spiro, Nathaniel Wyrick

I will be performing a piece titled "Searching for the Perfect Gentleman I" on Saturday November 8th at 7:00 pm.

More can be found on the collective website at

365 Artist, 365 Days Project

The 365 Days, 365 Artists is a project launched by the Frank Juarez Gallery (Sheboygan) and the Greymatter Gallery (Milwaukee). 

"The aim of this project is to share with you daily a diverse selection of contemporary visual artists working today from across the country and perhaps the world."

On August 1st, 2014 I was the featured Artist. You can check out the interview and some snippets about my work.

|The Interview|

Not Obtuse if you Think Harder, Piano Craft Guild Gallery, Boston MA

Two evenings of performance art that feature a mixture of durational and non-durational pieces.

My performance piece Oh Death, Oh Death will take place Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm.

Doors will open at 6:00 pm with refreshments and performances beginning at 6:30 pm.

The Gallery at the Piano Craft Guild (also more popularly known as the Piano Factory) is located at 793 Tremont St in Boston, MA. 

Exhibition Catalog forthcoming

New England Photography Biennial

"Every two years, the Danforth Art Museum celebrates contemporary photography through a highly selective exhibition of photographers who live or work in New England. Juried by Francine Weiss, Curator and Loupe Editor at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston, the New England Photography Biennial 2013 showcases exciting and innovative photography by both established and emerging artists."

Two of my emulsion lift pieces, Contemporary and Travel, can be seen at the museum from September 8th – November 3rd, 2013. A gallery talk by Francine Weiss, juror and the Curator and Loupe Editor for the Photographic Resource Center in Boston, will be held Wednesday, October 9th at 12:30pm.