Experimental Television Center
I began my work with the Experimental Television Center in 2002, assisting with the Video History Project as a contributing editor. I soon developed an interest in the techno-cultural history of early electronic and video art and the collaborative work of artists and engineers based in Upstate New York, which became the basis of my masters thesis (SUNY Buffalo, 2006). In 2003 and 2005 I attended the International Student Workshop at the ETC, and in 2011, with my partner and long-time collaborator J.T. Rinker, I was one of the final artists in residence at the Center's studio.
I recently contributed interviews and new writing to "The Emergence of Video Processing Tools, Vol. 1 and 2" edited by Kathy High, Sherry Miller Hocking and Mona Jimenez, and published in 2014 by Intellect (UK), distributed by Univ. Chicago Press. I am currently working for the Video History Project, and with Kathy High and Sherry Miller Hocking, expanding the book project to become a web-based resource.
Volume 1 features an article I wrote about Jeremy Bailey, who is included in the landmark exhibition Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966) currently on view at Whitechappel Gallery in London, UK, a survey exhibition of over 70 artists.