Residency and exhibition at Transformative Arts, with Edgar Arceneaux, Kendell Carter, April Banks, Manuel Lopez and Veronica de Jesus. Curated by jill moniz. September 2021.
Of Warriors and New Kinships, new digital work included in the Every Woman Biennial, London/New York, June/July 2021, and in Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, “Inner/Outer Exile in Contemporary Venezuelan Art,” Review 103: Literature and Arts of the Americas, País Portátil: Contemporary Venezuelan Writing and Art, guest-edited by Javier Guerrero (Routledge, The City College of New York, Fall 2021).
New solo work on The Hoosac Institute Journal #7, a wondrous interdisciplinary project curated by Jenny Perlin.
Work acquired by the Stiftung Konzeptuelle Kunst, Germany, Oct 2020.
Equal Rights (ER) Guide, a participatory mapping project released by the Unconfirmed Makeshift Museum (UMM), September 2020.
Residency at the Kodokan Judo Institute, Tokyo, Japan. Supported by a Hoff Family Foundation grant. November-December, 2019.
Infinite Unbalancing Directions, a performative installation. SUR: Biennial, part of the section titled Southern Geometries: Contemporary Non-Objective Art curated by James MacDevitt at Cerritos College Art Gallery. August 26 – October 4, 2019.
The Pink Elephant in the Room Disrupts Patterns with a Mix of Stubbornness and Unapologetic Didacticism / El Elefante Rosado en la Habitación Interrumpe Patrones con una Mezcla de Testarudez y Didactismo Impenintente. In These Creatures, at the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Cindy Rehm. September 9 – November 23, 2019.
Presentation at “Martial Arts, Culture and Politics,” 5th Annual Martial Arts Studies Conference, Chapman University, May 23-24, 2019. Organized by Paul Bowman (Cardiff University) and Andrea Molle.
drj – dr. julius | ap, CENTURY. idee bauhaus, a drj project contributing to 100 jahre bauhaus. Berlin, April through June 2019.
El Elefante Rosado en la Habitación Aprende a Responder Agudamente ante Situaciones Hostiles / The Pink Elephant in the Room Learns to Respond Sharply to Hostile Situations, part of the series The Pink Elephant In The Room. For El Mañana No Existe, curated by Lorena Gonzalez for the Galería Beatriz Gil in Caracas, Venezuela, through March, 2019.
Solo show: Everyday Grappling Operations, Orange County Museum of Art, November 3, 2018, through March 17, 2019.
Rema Hort Mann Foundation 2019 Emerging Artist Grant nominee
CIFO 2020 Grants and Commissions Program nominee