Prospect New Orleans: Navin Party, Jazz Funeral, Prospect 1, 2011.

Danspace: Will Rawls's "decumulation" at Performing the Precarious: Day Into Night curated by Judy Hussie-Taylor at Industry City, December 6, 2013.  Photo by Elyssa Goodman.

651 Arts: Stephanie Mei – Ling, EXIT/EXIST presented by 651 ARTS and MAPP International.

Art21: Production still from ART21 "New York Close Up" © 2014 ART21, Inc. (Louise Despont).


Artists Space: Photography by a student of Expanded Art Ideas, Artists Space’s art in education program. P.S. 140 Nathan Straus, 2014.

Triple Canopy: where’s my fucking peanut, an artist edition by Rachel Harrison, published by Triple Canopy, 2012.

Sculpture Center: Installation view, Katrín Sigurdardóttir: Foundation, SculptureCenter, 2014. Photo: Ron Amstutz.

BOMB: Joan Jonas: Reading Dante, performance view. Performa 2009, New York.

Socrates: Zaq Landsberg SkyWatch Spider, 2014 Wood, steel, Plexiglass 17’ x 28’ x 28’. Deployed in New York City neighborhoods since 2006, the New York Police Department’s SkyWatch towers have traditionally been used as a police tactic to curb criminal activity through aerial video surveillance. Looming over the park’s grounds, Zaq Landsberg’s SkyWatch Spider is a replica of an NYPD’s SkyWatch tower, made more ominous by a new feature: eight arachnid legs.

Participant: Edgar Oliver performing The Hermit, a monologue, in Helen Adelson's The Lunar Landing, Participant Inc, September 22, 2014. Photo: Rona Yefman.

Pelican Bomb: Moviehouse NOLA: Photo by Ryn Wilson.

TICAH: 2011.

Harlem Stage: Gregoire Maret. Photo credit: Marc Millman.

Creative Capital: If a Tree Falls, Sam Cullman & Marshall Curry (2008 Film/Video): This project is a documentary that offers a behind-the-curtain look at the Earth Liberation Front (ELF) and tells the story of Daniel McGowan, an ELF member from Queens who found himself facing life in prison for “eco-terrorism.”

The Kitchen: 2014.

Prospect New Orleans: Prospect 1.5, Max Toth, 2011.

Chocolate Factory: 2015.