SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
21C Museum/Hotel, Burnouts, Louisville, KY (2014)
Center for Ongoing Research and Projects, Burnouts, Columbus, OH (2014)
Powerhouse Gallery, Surplus Rising, Cleveland, OH (2011)
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, The Unsung Torsos: An Opera in Thirteen Parts, live video/sound performance by Julia Christensen and Sarah Paul, Cleveland, OH (2010)
Banvard Gallery (Ohio State University), Surplus Rising, Columbus, OH (2010)
Richmond Center for the Visual Arts (Western Michigan University),Your Town Inc.: Julia Christensen, Kalamazoo, MI (2010)
Miller Gallery (Carnegie Mellon University), Your Town Inc.: Julia Christensen, Curated by Astria Suparak, Pittsburgh, PA (2008)
Gallery at the Green Building, Big Box Reuse: Julia Christensen, Louisville, KY (2008)
Center for Land Use Interpretation, Big Box Reuse, Troy, NY (2005)

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Ronald Feldman Gallery, Wave & Particle, New York, NY (2015)
CAUE de la Haute-Savoie, Beginning of the XXI Century: New Landscapes, Annecy, France (2015)
Bushwick Open Studios, Virgo Hardware, Brooklyn, NY (2015)
Eyebeam, Second Sight, off-site exhibition of the Moving Image Fair, New York, NY (2014)
Gallery Nova, It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, (traveling exhibition), Zagreb, Croatia (2014)
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Realization is Better Than Anticipation, Cleveland, OH (2013)
Gallery 400 (University of Illinois–Chicago), It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, (traveling exhibition), Chicago, IL (2013)
Pori Art Museum, It’s The Political Economy, Stupid, (traveling exhibition), Pori, Finland (2013)
Center for Cultural Decontamination, It’s the Political Economy, Stupid, (traveling exhibition), Belgrade, Serbia (2013)
Austrian Cultural Forum, It’s the Political Economy, Stupid, (traveling exhibition), New York, NY (2012)
Center of Contemporary Art, It’s the Political Economy, Stupid, (traveling exhibition), Thessaloniki, Greece (2012)
Artisphere, Beyond the Parking Lot, Arlington, VA (2012)
Spaces Gallery, …in a most dangerous manner, curated by Steven Lam and Sarah Ross, Cleveland OH (2010)
Yale University, Architecture Galleries, Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes, New Haven, CT (2009)
Walker Art Center, Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes, Minneapolis, MN (2008)
Carnegie Museum of Fine Arts, Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes, Pittsburgh, PA (2008)
Hudson Valley Community College Teaching Museum, Here and There, curated by Tara Fracolossi, Troy, NY (2007)
DUMBO Art Center, Point of Purchase, Brooklyn, NY (2006)
IAO Gallery, in collaboration with Rhizome/Eyebeam/Turbulence, The International Net Art Retrospective: D.Y.I. or DYE, Oklahoma City, OK (2006)
Center for Photography at Woodstock, Triennial of the Photographic Arts and Related Media, Woodstock, NY (2005)
The Hite Art Institute (University of Louisville), Light Construction: Blinking, Theme and Variation, Louisville, KY (2005)
Lincoln Center, Playing with the Elements, New York, NY (2003)

SELECTED HONORS AND GRANTS
MacDowell Fellowship (2015)
Ohio Arts Council, Individual Excellence Award (2015)
Sundance Institute, New Frontiers Story Lab Fellowship, Nominee 2014
Creative Capital Grantee, Emerging Fields (2013)
Association of American University Presses, Best of Category, Best of Design, Big Box Reuse (2009)
New England Book Show, Best of Category, Best of Design, Big Box Reuse (2009)
Amazon.com “Best of 2008: Top 10 Art Books,” Big Box Reuse (2008)
Amazon.com “Significant Seven Books of December 2008,” Big Box Reuse(2008)
Turbulence.org, Net Art commission (2007)
Networked Music Review, Net Art commission (2007)
Rockefeller/Renew Media Artist Fellowship, Nominee (2007)
New York State Council on the Arts Grant, Special Opportunities Stipend (2007)
Oberlin College, Research Status Award, 2015-2016 (2015)
Oberlin College, Faculty Grants-in-Aid (2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007)

ARTIST RESIDENCIES
MacDowell Colony (2015)
Wexner Center for the Arts, Film / Video Studio Residency, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (2013, 2014)
Tasara Centre for Creative Weaving, Beypore, Kerala, India (2012)
Experimental Television Center, Owego, NY (2010)
Contemporary Artist Center, North Adams, MA (2005)

WRITING BY CHRISTENSEN
Big Box Reuse (MIT PRESS), text and photographs by Christensen (Fall 2008)
Hyperallergic, “Before Protesting at the Republican National Convention, Learn to Protect Your Phone,” by Julia Christensen (July 18, 2016)
Hyperallergic, “During the RNC, Two Art Projects Amplify the Voices of Ohio’s Citizens,” by Julia Christensen (July 19, 2016)
Cabinet Magazine, “Burnouts,” essay and images by Christensen, (Summer 2014)
Print Magazine, “Big Box, New Life,” article and photographs by Christensen (Feb. 2009)
Architect Magazine, excerpt, Big Box Reuse (October 2008)
Slate Magazine, “For Sale: 200,000 Square Foot Box,” article and photographs by Christensen (November 19, 2008)
Orion Magazine, “Redemption Center,” article and photographs by Christensen (Jan/Feb 2006)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS OF CHRISTENSEN’S PHOTOGRAPHY
Slate Magazine, Print Magazine, Architect Magazine, The New York Times, Dwell Magazine, Photography Quarterly, The San Diego Union-Tribune, The Miami Herald, Preservation Magazine of the National Trust, Polar Inertia Journal of Nomadic and Popular Culture, Plenty Magazine, Orion Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Treehugger Journal of Green Design, The Albany Times-Union, The Box Tank, The Globe and Mail, Rensselaer Alumni Magazine

INVITED LECTURES
Columbia University, Sound Art MFA Program, New York, NY (2016)
Machine Project, Los Angeles, CA (2016)
San Diego State University, Weber Honors College (2016)
Harvestworks, New York, NY (2016)
Shiv Nadar University, Art Department, New Delhi, India (2015)
21C Museum, Louisville, KY (2015)
Idea Festival, Louisville, KY (2014)
New York Arts Practicum, New York, NY (2014)
University of Oregon, School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Eugene, OR (2013)
Kent State University, Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, Cleveland, OH (2011)
Srishti School of Art, Design, and Technology, Bangalore, India (2011)
Jaaga Art Space,Bangalore, India (2011)
Georgia Institute of Technology, Architecture Department, with support from the Kiang Gallery, Atlanta, GA (2011)
American Institute of Architects, Architecture & Design Month, Cleveland, OH (2011)
Urban Land Institute, National Conference, Washington, DC (2010)
Ohio State University, Architecture Department, Columbus, OH (2010)
Western Michigan University, Art Department, Kalamazoo, MI (2010)
Sculpture Center, panel discussion for exhibit, “All You Can Eat,” Cleveland, OH (2009)
University of Massachusetts Boston, Art Department, Boston, MA (2009)
San Francisco Art Institute, Visiting Artists and Scholars Series, San Francisco, CA (2009)
Carnegie Mellon University, University Lecture Series, Pittsburgh, PA (2008)
Akron State University, Art Department, Akron, OH (2008)
Glassworks Gallery, University of Louisville, Sustainable Cities Series, Louisville, KY (2008)
University of Iowa, Intermedia Arts Program, Iowa City, IA (2008)
Southern Illinois University, Art Department, Carbondale, IL (2007)
University of Cincinnati, Art and Architecture Departments, Cincinnati, OH (2007)
Cornell University, Art Department, Ithaca, NY (2006)
University of Oklahoma, Art Department, Norman, OK (2006)
Upgrade! International Media Arts Symposium, Oklahoma City, OK (2006)
State University of New York, Buffalo, Visual Arts Department, Buffalo, NY (2006)
University of Texas, Arlington, Architecture Department, Arlington, TX (2006)
National Arts Club, New York, NY (2005)
Yale University, School of Architecture, New Haven, CT (2005)
Contemporary Artist Center, Artist’s talk, North Adams, MA (2005)
The Center for Land Use Interpretation, Northeast Regional Office, Troy, NY (2005)
State University of New York, Albany, Art Department, Albany, NY (2005)
Virginia Commonwealth University, School of the Arts, Richmond, VA (2005)
Appalshop Arts Center, Whitesburg, KY (2005)
University of Louisville, Studio Art Department, Louisville, KY (2005)
New York University, with The Yes Men, New York, NY(2005)
Bard College, Music Department, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY (2005)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Architecture Lecture Series, Troy, NY, 2005
Russell Sage College, Law School, Troy, NY (2005)
The Los Angeles Forum on Architecture and Urban Design, Keynote speaker at book launch, The Dead Malls Competition, Los Angeles, CA (2004)
Stanford University, Art Department, Palo Alto, CA (2004)
University of California, Santa Cruz, Art Department, Santa Cruz, CA (2004)

INVITED CRITIC: ARCHITECTURE AND ART REVIEWS
Columbia University, Sound Arts MFA Studio Visits, New York, NY (2016)
University of Oregon, MFA Studio Visits, Eugene, OR (2013)
California College of the Arts, MFA Studio Visits, 2009 (San Francisco, CA)
San Francisco Art Institute, MFA Studio Visits, San Francisco, CA (2009)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Third Year Architecture Review, Troy, NY (2007)
Southern Illinois University, MFA Studio Visits, Carbondale, IL (2007)
Cornell University, Second Year Architecture Review, Ithaca, NY (2007)
Cornell University, MFA Final Critiques, Ithaca, NY (2007)
University of Houston, MFA Studio Visits, Houston, TX (2006)

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
BOOKS AND CATALOGS:
It’s the Political Economy, Stupid (Pluto Press), Gregory Sholette and Oliver Ressler (Spring 2013)
Realization is Better than Anticipation, (Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, online), “Building Blocks,” by Megan Lykins Reich (Spring 2013)
Younger Than Jesus Artist Directory, (New Museum/Phaidon), ed Massimiliano Gioni, Laura Hoptman, Lauren Cornell (Spring 2009)
Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes, includes article, “The Afterlife of Big Boxes: A Conversation with Julia Christensen,” interview between Christensen and Andrew Blauvelt, ed. Andrew Blauvelt, DAP PRESS/Walker Art Center (Spring 2008)
Upgrade! International Catalog, (Turbulence/Rhizome/DIY), Upgrade! International New Media Symposium, Net Art Retrospective, (Fall 2006)

MAGAZINES/JOURNAL ARTICLES
Art in America, “It’s the Political Economy, Stupid: Review,” by David Markus (March 2012)
Afterimage, The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism, “Not Politics as Usual” Review, ‘It’s the Political Economy, Stupid,’” by Sabrina DeTurk (Vol. 39, No. 6)
Afterall Journal, “Adaptive Reuse: New response to the Housing Crisis,” by Claire Barliant (Spring  2010)
Journal of Architectural Education, “Big Box Reuse by Julia Christensen,” Georgeen Theodore (Volume 63, Issue 1, p. 151)
Journal of American Culture, “Big Box Reuse by Julia Christensen,” Ray B. Brown (Vol. 32 No. 2, pp 167)
Architectural Science Review, “Reuse of Vacant Retail Stores,” by Peter R. Smith (June 2009)
New York Times Magazine, “Repurpose-Driven Life,” by Rob Walker (June 14, 2009)
Icon Magazine, “Review: Big Box Reuse,” by William Wiles (April 2009)
Bookforum, “Alien Nation,” by Tom Vanderbilt (March/April 2009)
Dwell Magazine, “Big Box-Ology 101” (March 20, 2009)
New York Review of Books, “Do Schools Have to Be Boring?” by Alison Lurie (December 18, 2008)
New York Magazine, “Approval Matrix,” “Highbrow” and “Brilliant” Quadrant (December 8, 2008)
BluePrint Asia, “Your Town Inc.,” by Adele Chong (December 2008)
Architect’s Newspaper, “Inside the Box,” by Phil Patton (December 10, 2008)
Library Journal, “LJ Talks to Julia Christensen,” by Cynde Suite (December 8, 2008)
Foreword Magazine, “Big Box Reuse,” by Aimee Houser (December 2008)
Readymade Magazine, Dust Jacket, “Big Box Reuse,” by Matt Dorville (Oct/Nov 2008)
Library Journal, “Big Box Reuse, Xpress Review—Starred review,” by Cynde Suite (October 21, 2008)
Publisher’s Weekly, “Big Box Reuse, Starred Book Review” (September 29, 2008)
Architectural Record, “Book Review: Worlds Away, New Suburban Landscapes,” by Eva Hagberg (September 2008)
Dwell Magazine, “Suburban Subversion,” by Amber Bravo (Jan/Feb 2008)
Plenty Magazine, “Trying to Fit In: The Look of Wal-Mart Stores In the Suburbs,” by Lisa Selin Davis (Nov/Dec 2005)
Preservation Magazine of the National Trust, “Who’s News: The Work of Julia Christensen,” by Michele N. Schwartz (Jan/Feb 2006)
Photography Quarterly, “2006 Honorees of the Triennial of Photographic Arts,” by the Center for Photography at Woodstock (Winter 2005)

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
Columbus Dispatch, “Tiny Space Illuminates Big Picture of Cosmos,” by Melissa Starker (March 30, 2014)
Chicago Reader, “The Art of Making History,” by Aimee Levitt (October 28, 2013)
New York Times, “Big Box Store Has New Life as an Airy Public Library,” by Sonia Smith (September 1, 2012)
Washington Post, “The Story Behind ‘The Survivors,’” by Stephanie Berry (August 31, 2012)
Village Voice, “Best in Show,” review of It’s the Political Economy, Stupid, by Robert Shuster (February 8, 2012)
Kalamazoo Gazette, “Exhibition at Western Michigan University Looks at Urban Landscapes,” by Rebecca Bakken (February 14, 2010)
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, “Supermärkte in Amerika: Zu Gericht im Wal-Mart” (June 20, 2009)
Chicago Tribune, “Empty Boxes: Mounting Number of Vacancies Leave Huge Holes to Fill in the Retail Landscape,” by Sandra M. Jones (April 26, 2009)
New York Times, “Art Review: From Malls to Homes to Cars, the Transitioning of the Suburbs,” by Benjamin Gennochio (April 16, 2009)
Los Angeles Times, “Big Box Blight or Community Salvation?” by Ann Brenoff (February 25, 2009)
Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, “Big Boxes Go Empty—Will They Be Reborn?” (February 1, 2009)
Philadelphia City Paper, “Now Read This,” by Andrew Zitcer (December 2, 2008)
San Francisco Chronicle, Book Review, “Holiday Books,” by John King (Novemeber 21, 2008)
New York Times, Design Op-Ed, “What Will Save the Suburbs?” by Allison Arieff (November 9, 2009)
Washington Post, “Big Box and Beyond,” by Joel Garreau (November 16, 2008)
Cleveland Plain Dealer, “The Modern Art of Big Box Renovation,” by Steven Litt (November 16, 2008)
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, “Artist Looks at the Reuse of Former Retail Sites,” by Kurt Shaw (November 7, 2008)
Pittsburgh City Paper, “A new art exhibition looks at life after retail for abandoned big box stores,” by Charles Rosenblum (November 4, 2008)
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Art Preview: Artist shows how communities are reusing big box stores,” by Patricia Lowry (November 3, 2008)
USA Today, “Towns Recycle Abandoned Stores,” by Haya El Nasser (August 26, 2008)
The Globe and Mail, “Wal-Mart by the Numbers,” Toronto, Canada (April 25, 2006)
New York Times, “Thinking Inside the Big Box,” by Eve Kahn, NYC, NY, House and Home Section, Front Page (May 12, 2005)
The Miami Herald, “Thinking Inside the Big Box (Stores)”, Miami, FL (July 10, 2005)
San Diego Union-Tribune, “Artist Thinks Inside the Big Box,” San Diego, CA (May 29, 2005)
The Day, “Inside The Big Box,” New London, CT (May 22, 2005)
Bay Area Guardian, “Top Ten Arty Websites of 2006,” Glen Helfand (December 2006)
Louisville Courier-Journal, “Artist Studies ‘Big Box’ Projects,” by Chris Poynter, Louisville, KY (September 25, 2005)
The Times-Union, “Finding Life in Void Big Box Stores Leave Behind,” by Kenneth Aaron, Albany, NY, (March 23, 2005)

WEBSITES
Vice / The Creator’s Project, “We Talked to the Artist Turning E-Waste Into Star Maps,” by Willa Koerner, 10/16/14
Make Zine, “Julia Christensen’s Upcycled iPhone Art Project,” by Andrew Salomone (October 11, 2014)
Bomb Magazine, “Julia Christensen,” by Kris Paulsen (March 27, 2014)
Creative Capital Blog, “Artist-to-artist: Cory Arcangel and Julia Christensen on Media Fluidity and Obsolescence” (February 27, 2014)
Hyperallergic, “Under Construction: Engaging with Art from the Ground Up,” by Thomas Michelli (July 27, 2013)
Art21, “5 Questions for Contemporary Practice: It’s the Political Economy, Stupid,” by Thom Donovon (April 16, 2012)
The Art Blog, “‘It’s the Political Economy, Stupid’ in New York and Grayson Perry’s ‘The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman’ in London,” by Andrea Kirsch (February 14, 2012)
New York Times, Opinionator, “What Will Save the Suburbs?” by Allison Arieff (January 11, 2009)
Rhizome, “Exploring Big Boxes, In and Out of the White Cube,” by Marisa Olson (September 3, 2008)
Dwell Magazine, “Big Boxology 101,” by David A. Greene (March 10, 2009)
The Daily Dish, Atlantic Monthly, “Taking Back the Big Box,” Andrew Sullivan (November 23, 2008)

Other online publications that have discussed Christensen’s work:
Sierra Club, Salon.com, Dwell Magazine, Good Magazine, Print Magazine, Slate Magazine, Readymade Magazine, Rhizome @ the New Museum, Kottke.org, We Make Money Not Art, Craftivism, Microrevolt ReBlog, BuyHandmade,.org, Treehugger Journal of GreenDesign, Eyebeam Reblog, Interior Design Magazine, CNN.com, House and Garden, Center for Land Use Interpretation, Archinect, NBC, CBS, NPR, Yahoo.com homepage, Netscape homepage, Walker Art Center, Bob Edwards Show, E-Flux

RADIO, TELEVISION, PODCAST INTERVIEWS
NBC Cleveland, Nightly News, “1930’s ‘Torso Murders’ Remembered in Experimental Opera” (October 30, 2011)
Bomb Magazine, Podcast Interview, “Surplus Rising: Julia Christensen” (March 24, 2010)
NPR, Environment Report, “Seeing Abandoned Buildings Through a New Lens,” reported by Shawn Allee (September 24, 2009)
NPR, Your Call, Live with Julia Christensen (August 17, 2009)
NPR, Southern California Radio, Patt Matthews Show, “Re-Burbia!” (July 13, 2009)
NPR, The Bob Edwards Show, “Salon.com’s Holiday Book Recommendations” (December 20, 2008)
MIT Press, Podcast, Episode 15, Interview with Julia Christensen, (September 2008)
NPR, All Things Considered, “Once A Wal-Mart,” reported by Elizabeth Blair (October 20, 2008)
NPR, On Point with Tom Ashcroft, “Retail in the Coming Storm” (October 22, 2008)
NPR/ WMMT, Appalachian Community Radio Interview (October, 2005)
NPR/ KPFL, The State of Affairs, guest of hour-long call-in talk show (September 27, 2005)
NPR, To The Best of Our Knowledge, Interview (September 2005)
NPR/KDHX, “Earthworms Radio,” Ozark Community Radio, St. Louis, MO
CBC, The Marketplace, Canadian Broadcast Corporation, Interview, Ottawa (April 29, 2005)
CBS, NBC, Capital News Nine, “Finding Life in Big Box Stores”, Albany, NY (March 23, 2011)

CURATORIAL/PRODUCTION WORK
Ellen Johnson Lecture Series
Christensen has produced lectures and/or workshops by the following artists at Oberlin College, as a part of the Studio Art Department’s Ellen Johnson Lecture Series; all events are free/open to the public): Cory Arcangel, Juan William Chavez, Howie Chen, Nick Hallett, Penny Lane, Alan Licht, Christopher Lynn, Yael Kanarek, Michael Mandiberg, Jennifer McCoy, Ayanah Moor, Marisa Olson (2011-ongoing)
Transformer Station/CMA Ohio City Stages
Summer Film Series curated by artists, Cleveland, OH (Christensen chose films by Penny Lane and Jim Finn for this summer film series) (2013)
The Margin Release New Media Lecture Series
Christensen has produced lectures and/or workshops by the following artists at Oberlin College, as a part of the Luce Professorship Margin Release Lecture Series; all events are free/open to the public): Atul Bhalla, Nao Bustamante, Jacob Ciocci, Roger Conover (Executive Editor, MIT Press), Matthew Coolidge (Center for Land Use Interpretation), Paul DeMarinis, Jim Finn, Jo-Anne Green (Turbulence), Chris Hill, Bevin Kelley, Steve Kurtz, Lo-Vid, Nathan Martin (DeepLocal), Miya Masaoka, Cat Mazza, Trevor Paglen, Rick Prelinger, Lucy Raven, Steve Badgett & Matt Lynch (Simparch), Brian Springer, Deborah Stratman, Chris Taylor (Land Arts of the American West), Nato Thompson (Creative Time), Michael Trigilio (Neighborhood Public Radio), The Yes Men (2007-11)
Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH, “Soundings,” OH Multi-media exhibition including work by Marisa Olson, along with students from departments of Cinema Studies, TIMARA, and Studio Art. Co-produced with Brett Kashmere. (2010)
Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, “Plum Academy: Institute for Situated Practices,” Christensen served on the board of this experimental “school,” held in Cleveland’s long-standing contemporary art gallery, Spaces. Christensen coordinated visiting artists that were co-hosted by Oberlin and Spaces Gallery, including Deborah Stratman, Lucy Raven, and others. (2009)
Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH, “Diversify or Decay: The Rust Belt Buckles,” field trip and exhibition with students in collaboration with the Center for Land Use Interpretation. (2008)
Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH, “FMemory,” event created by Neighborhood Public Radio in collaboration with Julia Christensen and her students. (2008)
Fisher Gallery, Oberlin, OH, “Here Comes Everybody,” Multi-media extravaganza of new student work at Oberlin, featuring work by special guest Jacob Ciocci (2007)
The Thursday Night Specials
Christensen produced performances by the following musicians as a part of the Thursday Night Special performance series at Mills College:
Fred Frith, Pauline Oliveros, Robert Ashley, Scott Smallwood, Stephan Moore, Tomie Hahn, Curtis Bahn, Miya Masaoka, Shelley Burgeon, Trevor Dunn, Noah Jorgenson, Joanna Newsome, Gail Wight, Steven Matheson, Paul DeMarinis, Chris Brown, Laetitia Sonomi, Alvin Curran, Maryanne Amacher, Michael Trigilio, Jorge Boehringer, Maggi Payne, Christopher Willets, Matt Ingalls, George Lewis (2002-05)

EDUCATION
M.F.A., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, Integrated Electronic Arts (2005)
M.F.A., Mills College, Oakland, CA, Electronic Music and Recording Media (2003)
B.A., Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, Integrated Arts (2000)

HIGHER EDUCATION TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Oberlin College and Conservatory,
Associate Professor of Integrated Media, Studio Art Dept. (2007-current)
Pratt Institute, Campus at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Museum, Lecturer (2007)
Stanford University, Experimental Media Arts (EMA) Department, Lecturer (2006)
California College of the Arts, Core Department, Lecturer (2006)
State University of New York Albany, Art Department, Adjunct Professor (2005)

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