CINDY BERNARD

Born San Pedro, California

 

EDUCATION
1985
California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), Valencia, CA,  M.F.A.

1981
California State University, Long Beach, B.A.

 

TEACHING AND OTHER ACTIVITIES
Adjunct Professor, Graduate Fine Art, Art Center College of Art and Design, Pasadena
Founding Director, SASSAS

 

SOLO MUSEUM AND GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
2017
Things Change, Things Stay the Same, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

2014
Fralin Museum of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

2013
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

2011
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

2008
Tracy Williams LTD, New York
Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston

2005
Tracy Williams LTD, New York

2004
Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The Suburban, Chicago

2002
Lemon Sky Projects + Editions, Los Angeles

2000
MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler House), Los Angeles

1997
Lotta Hammer, London

1996
Air de Paris, Paris

1995
James Hockey Gallery, WSCAD, Farnham, England; traveled to: Viewpoint Gallery, Salford, England

1993
Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson; traveled to: Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona, Florida

1992
Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery, Santa Monica

1991
Air de Paris, Nice, France

1990
Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery, Santa Monica

1988
Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles

 

SOLO SCREENINGS AND PERFORMANCES
2013
Human Resources, Los Angeles

2010
SASSAS, Fiesta Hall, Los Angeles

2009
USC School of Cinema, Los Angeles

2005
Tonic, New York

2004
University of Nevada, Los Angeles

2001
Goldman-Tevis Gallery, Los Angeles*
Beyond Baroque, Los Anglees*

2000
MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler House), Los Angeles

1999
Santa Monica Museum of Art*
*projections+sound w/Joseph Hammer

GRANTS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2017
UCross Residency

2016
MacDowell Fellowship / Residency

2013
Ruffin Distinguished Artist In Residence, McIntire Dept. of Art, University of Virginia

2012
Faculty Enrichment Grant, Art Center College of Art

2011
CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists, mid-career

2010
ARC Grant, Durfee Foundation
Harpo Foundation Fellowship
Center for Cultural Innovation, Investing in Artists Fund

2004
Los Angeles COLA Individual Artist Fellowship

2002
Creative Capital (w/Joseph Hammer)

2001
ARC Grant, Durfee Foundation

2000
Smithsonian American Art Museum New Media/New Century Award

1998
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Anonymous Was A Woman
California Arts Council

1996
Art Matters Inc.

1988
J. Paul Getty Trust Fund for the Visual Arts (now the CCF Emerging Artist Fellowship)

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS, PEFORMANCES, SCREENINGS (selected)
2016
Don’t Look Back: MOCA in the 1990’s, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
In the Cut, Gallery Luisotti, Los Angeles
Camouflage: In Plain Sight, Anchorage Museum, Alaska

2015
Walkers: Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact, Museum of the Moving Image, New York

2014
Another Cats Show, 356 S. Mission Rd., Los Angeles
Social Photography IV, Carraige Trade, NY
What’s Your Favorite Idea, The Institute of Jamais Vu and Short House at the Bolsky Gallery,
Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles

2013
Hitchcock & Co: A La Mediatheque Le-Corbusier Val-De-Reuil, FRAC Haute-Normandie, Normandie, France
Social Photography III,  Carriage Trade, NY

2011
Long Range, LTD, Los Angeles
Social Photography, Carriage Trade, NY
Act Natural Listening Party, organized by Taft Green, Human Resources, Los Angeles

2010
The City Proper, Curated by James Welling, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
The Artists’ Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
California Dreamin’, Arte 10 Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal and vicinity
Beer Drinking Sonata (for 13 players), Tom Marioni, participant, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

2009
Collection: The First 30 Years, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
The Anniversary Show, Tracy Williams LTD, New York

2008
Index: Conceptualism in California from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
(dis)concert, Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles
Video Programme, Brandenburgischer Kunstverein, Potsdam
20 Years Ago Today: Supporting Visual Artists in L.A., Curated by Rita Gonzalez and Kris Kuramitsu, Japanese American National Museum
Under the Influence, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and the Girls Club, Florida

2007
Radio Daniéle, organized by Christopher Williams and John Kelsey, broadcast by Citta del Capo Radio Metropolitana, in collaboration Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, Radio Citta del Capo, Italy; traveling to: Kunsthall Zurich, Switzerland, Performa07, New York
Telecom Prospect 2007: New Art New Zealand, City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand

2006
Les Peintres De La Vie Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Suspension, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas

2005
Visual Music, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Echo/Anti-Echo, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin

2004
Cindy Bernard, Richard Dupont, Judy Ledgerwood, Tracy Williams Ltd., New York
COLA 2004 Individual Artist Fellowships, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
Mail in show, London Street Projects, Los Angeles
100 Artists See God, curated by John Baldessari and Meg Cranston, sponsored by Independent Curators International; traveling to: Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco; the Laguna Museum, Laguna Beach, CA;, Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Contemporary Art Center of Virginia; Albright College Freedman Art Gallery, Reading, Pennsylvania; Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville

2003
The sonic residue on these walls is only imagined, otherwise it would be taboo,
collaboration w/Gean Moreno and Jesse Bransford, Ingells & Associates, Miami
Artist’s Gifts, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

2002
soundCd no. 1, 1301PE, Los Angeles
Art/Women/California: Parallels and Intersections, 1950-2000, San Jose Museum of Art

2001
Recasting the Past: Beneath the Hollywood Tinsel, CSU, Fullerton, California

2000
Made in California, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Alfred Hitchcock and Art: Fatal Coincidences, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; traveled to: Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

1999
One Night Stand, Park Plaza Lodge, Los Angeles
Notorious, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, England; traveling to:  Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario; Kunsthalle Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense; Fondació “la Caixa,” Madrid; Tokyo Opera City Art Museum, Tokyo; The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma; Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima;  Millenium Art Gallery, Sheffield; Provinciaal Centrum voor Beeldende Kunsten, Hasselt, Belgium
Bodies of Work: Series and Obsessions, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson
Multiplicity, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica
Software ’99, Three Day Weekend @ The Suburban, Chicago (collaboration with Joseph Hammer)
Interactive Frictions, Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California
Objects in the Mirror May Be Closer Than They Appear, Max Hetzler Galerie, Berlin
Moving Images, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany
O Hitchcock, Kunsthalle Tirol, Switzerland
The Cinema Project, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
Ghost Story, Künstlerhaus, Vienna
Three Day Weekend @ Art and Appenzell, Appenzell, Switzerland
Instants paysagers, La Gallerie De Petit Chåteau, Sceaux, France
Sonopticon, Foundation for Art Resources@Action Space, Los Angeles

1998
Point Blank, Charim-Klocker, Vienna
Remake, L’École D’Art de Grenoble, France
Air de Paris, Paris
Lotta Hammer, London
Woman Artists Read Their Favorite Children’s Stories, Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA

1997
Developing a Collection: The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation and the Art of Photography, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
On Space, Memory and Metaphor, Maison de la culture Frontenac, Montreal, Canada
Fictions, Caisse des Dépots et Consignations, Paris
Le petit Setland, Shed im Eisenwerk, Fraenfeld, Switzerland
Just A Minute, Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies
West Coast, du Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain Poitou-Charentes, France

1996
Just Past: The Contemporary in the Permanent Collection, 1975-96, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Hall of Mirrors: Art and Film Since 1945, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; traveling to: Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio; Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Oeuvres de la Collection du Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain Poitou-Charentes, Centre d’Art contemporain Rur’Art, Rouille, France
Nature Redux: Photographs by Ten Artists, Channing Peake Gallery, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Found Footage, Klemens Gasser und Tanja Grunert GmbH, Koln, Germany

1995
Biennale d’ Art Contemporain de Lyon 95, Musee d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France
L’Effet Cinema, Musee du Luxemborg, Paris
Assembled Images, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Collection, fin XXe, FRAC Poitou-Charentes, Angouleme, France
Smells Like Vinyl, Roger Merians Gallery, New York
The Big Night, The Bradbury Building, Los Angeles
P.L.A.N. (Photography in Los Angeles Now), Los Angeles County Museum of Art

1994
In the Field: Landscape in Contemporary Photography, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
Contemporary Collections, Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies

1993
Screening Space, Jan Kesner Gallery, Los Angeles
A Room With Some Views, Sonnabend, New York
Not Painting: Photography in the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
The Return of the Cadavre Exquis, The Drawing Center, New York; traveling to: Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., Fundacion para el Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, Miss.
Salad Days, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
Futura Book Collection, Air de Paris, Nice, France
Points De Vue et Images Du Monde, Galerie Pierre Nouvion, Monte Carlo

1992
Exhibit A: Eight Artists from Europe and America, The Serpentine Gallery, London
Tattoo Collection, Air de Paris (a Paris), Paris, France; traveled to: Daniel Buchholz, Koln, and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
Speaker Project, traveled to: Molteplici Culture, Convento de S. Egidio, Rome, Italy and ICA, London
Still, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
Vers Une Attitude Photographique, Caisse de Depots, Paris
Hollywood, Hollywood: Identity Under the Guise of Celebrity, Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA

1991
John Baldessari, Cindy Bernard, Fischli-Weiss, Hirsch Perlman, Monika Sprüth Galerie, Köln, Germany
Group Show, Air de Paris (á Paris), Paris, France

1990
Nachschub: The Köln Show, Monika Sprüth Galerie, Köln, Germany
Spiel der Spur: The Poetry of Chance, Shedhalle, Zurich, Switzerland
Catalogue, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York
Biennial I, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, California

1989
Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
The Photography of Invention: American Pictures of the Eighties,
National Museum of American Art, Washington DC.; traveled to Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Cinderella Rockefeller, Feature, New York
Strange Attractors: The Spectacle of Chaos, Dayton Street, Chicago

1988
Abstraction in Contemporary Photography, Fred L. Emerson Gallery,
Hamilton College, Virginia; traveled to Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University
CalArts: Skeptical Belief(s), Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California
Information as Ornament, Feature, Chicago
After Abstract, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California
Recent Art from Los Angeles, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Near Mis, Feature, Chicago
Contention, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, California

1987
The Hallucination of Truth, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, PS1, New York
Spiral of Artificiality, Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York
New Photography, Feature, Chicago
Cindy Bernard, Richard Rezac, Kay Rosen, Nancy Shaver, B. Wurtz, Jan Baum Gallery, Los Angeles
Breaking Through the Looking Glass: West, Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles
Breaking Through the Looking Glass: East, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
CalArts: Skeptical Belief(s), Renaissance Society, Chicago
Room 9, Tropicana Motel, Los Angeles

1986
TV. Generations, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (L.A.C.E.), Los Angeles

1985
Woman Photographers in America 1985, The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles

1984
The Cotton Exchange Show, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (L.A.C.E.)

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2017
Jean Black, Ezrha, “Cindy Bernard – Things Change, Things Stay the Same”, Artillery, (online), June 8, 2017
Mizota, Sharon, “Review: Turning the Quilt into a Powerful Symbol of Choice”, The Los Angeles Times,  May 27, 2017
Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter, “Art Talk: Chris Finley, Benjamin Wissman, and Cindy Bernard”, KCRW (radio), June 29, 2017

2016
Muenzer, David, “Critics’ Picks: In the Cut,” Artform.com, September 2016,
http://artforum.com/picks/id=63189

2015
Rubin, Robert, Walkers: Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact, ill. (November)

2014
Sprengler, Christine, Hitchcock and Contemporary Art, New York: Palgrave MacMillan,
2014, pp. front/rear cover, 10-11, 26-30, 76-79, 83, 171, ill.
Scott, Peter, Social Photography, Carriage Trade, 2014, ill.

2013
YouTube Curated By, MOCA TV, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, April 2013
Boehm, Mike and Finkel, Jori, “LACMA’s bid for MOCA gains support,” Culture Monster Blog, Los Angeles Times, 3/8/213
Finkel, Jori, “Artist, former trustee react to possible LACMA/MOCA merger.” Culture Monster Blog, Los Angeles Times, 3/8/213
Halperin, Julia,“MOCA Mobilization Speaks Out About Possible LACMA Merger,” In The Air Blog, Blouoin Artinfo, 3/8/2013
“Southland billionaire Eli Broad now at center of LACMA-MOCA merger discussions,” KPCC, Los Angeles, Air date 3/9/13
Olney, Warren, “MOCA, LACMA,  and the Future of Art in Los Angeles,”
Which Way LA, KCRW, Los Angeles, Air date 3/13/2013
Boehm, Mike and Finkel, Jori, “MOCA board says museum will stay independent,” Culture Monster Blog, Los Angeles Times, 3/20/213

2012
Cunningham, Douglas, The San Francisco of Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo: Place, Pilgrimage
and Commemoration, Scarecrow Press, 2012
Cunningham, Douglas, “Its All There, It’s No Dream: Vertigo and the Redemptive Pleasuresof Cinephilic Pilgrimage,” pp. 104-106, 112, 114, ill.
Cunningham, Douglas, “Proposed Locations: On Postmodern Tribute to Vertigo and Place:
Cindy Bernard in conversation with Douglas Cuningham, pp. 211-225, ill.
Sprengler, Christine, “The Vestiges of Vertigo in Contemporary Art,” 227, 230, 232-234, 236, 239-240, 242-243, ill.

2011
Tumlir, Jan, The Long Range, http://www.ltdlosangeles.com/past_exhibition_longrange.html
Knight, Christopher, Art Review: ‘The Long Range’ at Ltd. Los Angeles, Los Angeles Timeshttp://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2011/10/art-review-the-long-range-at-ltd-los-angeles.html, October 27, 2011
Lefebvre, Martin, “Landscape and Narrative Cinema,” Canadian Journal of Film Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1, Spring 2011 pp. 66 – 70, ill.
Tuck, Geoff, “Congratulations to CCF Fellows, part one,” Notes On Looking, July 21, 2011, http://notesonlooking.com/, ill.
Tuck, Geoff, “Thursday night so far,” Notes On Looking, July 28, 2011, http://notesonlooking.com/

2010
Poundstone, William, “A Prehistory of Cindy Bernard’s Security Envelopes,” Los Angeles County
Museum on Fire, William Poundstone on Art and Chaos, ARTINFG, November 15, 2010
Knight, Christopher, “Art Review: ‘The Artist’s Museum’ @ MOCA’, Los Angeles Times, October 31, 2010
Grabner, Michelle, et al., Can I Come Over to Your House? The First Ten Years of the Suburban, Poor Farm Press, pp. 89 – 99, ill.
Goldstein, Ann, “The Museum Revisited,” Artforum, Summer 2010, pp. 292-293

2009
McQuaid, Cate, “Postcards from the Edge,” The Boston Globe, January 28, 2009, ill.
Haithman, Dianne, “A Year in the Life of Mt. Washsington.” The Los Angeles Times, September 19, 2009

2008
Haithman, Diane, “Culture Monster:  MOCA Bailout praised but…,” The Los Angeles Times, December 24, 2008, Section B3
Wyatt, Edward and Finkel, Jori, “$30 Million Rescue for Los Angeles Museum,” The New York Times, December 23, 2008
Garza, Evan, “Instant Messages: Cindy Bernard at the Mills Gallery,” The Boston Phoenix, December 9, 2008
Haithman, Diane, “Culture Monster: MOCA Mobilization 2.0,” The Los Angeles Times, December 5, 2008
Finkel, Jori, “Public Shows Support for California Art Museum,” The New York Times, November 23, 2008
Haithman, Diane, “Culture Monster:  More than 400 turn out at the Geffen Contemporary to
support troubled MOCA,” The Los Angeles Times, November 23, 2008
Roderick, Kevin, “MOCA Mobilization on Sunday, LA Observed, November 22, 200, www.laobserved.com
Baker, R.C., “Voice Choices: Cindy Bernard: Silent Key,” The Village Voice, October 24, 2008, Ill.
Harvey, Doug, “Reviews, “ THE magazine, Sept. 2008, pg 50, ill.
Cornand, Brigitte, Radio Nova, “Interview with Cindy Bernard on Silent Key,” Original broadcast on Radio Nova, Paris, Sunday, September 21, 2008
“Interview with Cindy Bernard,” The Lament Project: Texts, virelnet.org, May 2008, ill.
Cunningham, Douglas, “’It’s all there, it’s no dream’”: Vertigo and the redemptive pleasures of cinephilic pilgrimage,” screen, Vol. 49, Number 2, Summer 2008,  pp. 123-141, ill.
Wappler, Margaret, “SASSAS merges sound and vision.” LATimes.com, August 15, 2008

2007
Molon, Dominic, et al., Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967, Yale University Press, pg. 171
Haruko Tanaka, New York: Cue Art Foundation, pp. 2-6, 17, 19
Woodard, Josef, “Humming with history and experimental tones,” Los Angeles Times, August 27, 2007, Section E, pg. 4 (SASSAS)
Haithman, Diane, “A Patron at the Helm?,” Los Angeles Times, January 7, 2007, Section F, pp.1, 8

2006
Kelley, Mike, “Top Ten,” Artforum, December 2006 (SASSAS)
Carpenter, Dave, “Creative Financing for Struggling Artists,” Associated Press, August 2, 2006
Swed, Mark, “An ode to ‘Forbidden Planet,’ Los Angeles Times, August 28, 2006, Section E, pg. 8 (SASSAS)
Maxwell, Mark, radio interview, broadcast December 17, KPFK 90.7 FM, Los Angeles, (SASSAS)
Schlegel, Eva, LA Women: Artists and Architects, Vienna: Schlebrügge.Editor, pp. 10-11, 136.
Bluhm, Eric, “Petra Haden/Stephen Prina,” artUS, Dec-Feb 2006, pg. 9, ill. (SASSAS)

2005
Visual Music: Synaesthesia in Art and Music Since 1900, New York:  Thames and Hudson,         Hirshhorn Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 198, 203, ill. pp. 180, 198-201.
Cornell, Lauren, “Cindy Bernard/Tracy Williams Gallery,” Time Out New York, Dec. 1-7, 2005 1. 72, ill.
Burk, Greg, “Go: Kelan Phil Cohran,” LA Weekly, July 29-August 4, 2005, pg. 142 (SASSAS)
Holte, Michael Ned, “Scene and Herd: Petra Haden and Stephen Prina,”Artforum.com, July 8, 2005 (SASSAS)
Tumlir, Jan, “Cindy Bernard/Margo Leavin Gallery.” Artforum, March 2005, pg. 244-245, ill.
Knight, Christopher, “What Color is Music?” Los Angeles Times, February 27, 2005, Section E, 1. 37, 44
Harvey, Doug, “The Colors! The Colors!” LA Weekly, February 25-March 3, 2005, pp. 28-30
Frank, Peter, “Cindy Bernard at Margo Leavin Gallery,” Artweek,  February 2005, pg. 19, ill.
O’Sullivan, Michael, “Visual Music’s Colorful Cacophony,” The WashingtonPost, July 1, 2005, pg. WE 48

2004
100 Artists See God, New York: Independent Curators International, ill. pg. 107
Bell, Clive, “The Compiler,” The Wire, December 2004, pg. 64 (SASSAS)
Artner, Alan, “Successful variations on a theme in Oak Park,” Chicago Tribune,
March 5, 2004, section 7, pg. 17, ill.
COLA 2004 Individual Artist Fellowships, Los Angeles: City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department, pg. 12-15 ill.
Deville, Patrick, “Esquina Tacon, KM 37,” Beaux Art Magazine, ill.

2003
Burk, Greg, “Live in LA: Exquisite Corpse at the Schindler House.” LA Weekly,” July 30, 2004 Pg. 34 (SASSAS)
Schneider, John, radio interview, broadcast July 15th, KPFK 90.7 FM, Los Angeles
The Suburaban, The Early Years 1999-2003, Chicago: The Suburban, pg. 24
Heinz Peter Schwerfel,  Kino und Kunst – Eine Liebesgeschichte,  Köln: DuMont Literatur und Kunst, ill pg. 82-83
Art and Photography, David Campany, Ed., London: Phaidon Themes and Movements series, ill pg. 119.
Taylor, James, “Polar Cats Revel in Originality,” Los Angeles Times, July 28, 2003

2002
Durant, Sam, “Top Ten,” Artforum, November 2002, ill. (SASSAS)
Harvey, Doug, “Sound and Beyond: The music of art, the art of music,”  LA  Weekly, July 19-25, 2002, pg. 36 (sound./SASSAS)
Frank, Peter, “Pick of the Week: sound. at the Schindler House, Works by John Cage,” LA Weekly, June 28-July 4th, pg. 88, ill. (sound./SASSAS)
“Arts Feature – sound.”, broadcast July 22-26th, KUSC 91.5  FM , Los Angeles (sound./SASSAS)
Schneider, John, radio interview, broadcast June 20th, KPFK 90.7 FM, Los Angeles (sound./SASSAS)
Farber, Jim, “Site and Sound,”, Daily Breeze Rave!, June 28, 2001, pp 34-35, ill.
untitled (gel/sound), Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority, brochure, ill.

2001
Taylor, Sue, “The Man Who Saw Too Much,” Art in America, June 2001, pp 36-41. ill. p. 39.
Museen Ohne Zukunft/Museums Without Futures, Peter Noever, ed., Vienna: MAK, pg. 14-15
Carles, Edwin, “Valse herinneringen,” Tijd, December 12, 2001
Fernandez, Victor, “La Fundacio La Caixa revisa en Lleida la obra de Alfred Hitchcock,” La Razon, 9/25/2001
Woodard, Joseph,  “This Old Sonic House,” Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar, July 10, 2001, pg. 10, 52-53, ill. P. 10,  p. 52.
Gardetta, Dave, “The Gong Show,” Los Angeles Magazine, September 2001,
Pg. 48-49, ill. pg. 48. (sound./SASSAS)
Schneider, John, radio interview, broadcast Sept. 27th, KPFK 90.7 FM, Los Angeles (sound. / SASSAS)
Hart, Jane, “Hollywood 101: deconstructing tinsel town,” Zing Magazine, curated artist project, Spring/Summer 2001
Harvey, Doug, “Scopophilial Pleasures,” LA Weekly, March 30-April 5, 2001, pg. 36
Farley, Maggie, “Alfred Hitchcock Becomes a Real Museum Piece,” Los Angeles Times, March 5, 2001, F1, ill.
“California Classroom: A Learning Link to LACMA,” Los Angeles Times, May 10, 2001, ill.

2000
Mouridsen, Bjarne, “når de indre dåaemoner slippes løs,” Blender DK, September 2000, 1. 65-70 ill. p. 69
Hitchcock and Art: Fatal Coincidences, Montreal/Milan: The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Mazzotta Press, ill. pg. 342.
Burk, Greg, “New Music Pick of the Week,” L.A. Weekly, July 21-27, 2000 (sound./ SASSAS)
Robbins, David, “Top Ten”, Artforum, March, p. 44, illus.
Dusini, Matthais, “Oh Hitchcock”, Camera Austria 68, pp. 80-81, illus.
Frank, Peter, “Installation of the Week”, LA Weekly, February 11-17, pg. 166, illus.

1999
Zellen, Jody, “Interactive Frictions,” Art Press 249, September 1999, pp. 269-70.
Labelle, Charles, “Escape Trajectory,”  World Art, Issue 20, pp. 40-45, illus. p. 42
Searle, Adrian, “Hitch and Run Tactics”, The Guardian, July 20, 1999, illus.
Notorious: Hitchcock and Contemporary Art, Oxford: Museum of Modern Art, pp. 11, 38-39, illus.
Strong, Gabie, “Nightstick: Cindy Bernard and Joseph Hammer”, New Times, July 15 -21, 1999 64.
Interactive Frictions,  Los Angeles: Annenberg Center for Communication at the University of          Southern California, pp. 26-7, illus.
“Selections from Matrix-L”, Extra, Spring 1999, pg. 15

1998
Auiler, Dan, Vertigo: The Making of a Hitchcock Classic, New York: St. Martins Press, 1.  184-85, 186, illus.
Ghost Story (nachbilder des kinos), Text by Alexander Horwath and Bert Rebhendl, Vienna: Künstlerhaus, illus.
Durden, Mark, “Screen Memories,” Architectural Design, March/April 1998, pp. 8-9, illus.
Alexander Horwath and Bert Rebhandl, “Brennpunkt Kino”, NOEMA, September-November   1998, pp. 69, 70.
Falter, “Das Kino auf der Couch”, February 1998 p.62.
Stefan Grissemann, “Frag Den Staub!”, SCHAUFENSTER, August 1998, pg.5, illus. pg 7.

1997
Sur l‘espace, la mémoire et la métaphore, Montréal: Vox Populi, pp.  5, 9-10, illus. pp. 20-21, 29.
Kunstforum, “Ästhetik Des Reisens”, February – May 1997, illlus. pp. 230-231
Smolik, Noemi, “Found Footage”, Kunstforum, February – Mai 1997, pp. 416-417
Ebner, Jörn, “Wer reichist, hat Geschichte,” Frankfurter Aligemeine Zeitung, April 26, 1997, 40. 40.
Herbert, Martin, “Cindy Bernard”, Time Out, April 16-23, 1997, pg. 46.

1996
Ferguson, Russell ed., Art and Film Since 1945: Hall of Mirrors, Los Angles/New York: Museum  of Contemporary Art and The Monacelli Press, pp. 131, 318, illus. back cover, pp. 130-131, 132.
Bleuve: Journal Schweizer Kunst Råume, “En Route”, October 1996, Illus. cover, pp. 2-4, 9,10, 19
Langford, Martha, “Heaven’s Gaze: The Filmic Geographies of Cindy Bernard”, Border Crossings, Fall 1996, pp. 50-55, illus. pp. 50, 53, 54.
Albera, François, “Cinema as Exhibit”, artpress, May 1996, pp. 51-55.
Albertini, Rosanna, “Hall of Mirrors: Art and FIlm Since 1945”, artpress, June 1996, pp. 76-78.
Knight, Christopher, “A Fun-House ‘Mirror’”, Los Angeles Times, March 19, 1996, pp. F1, F8-9.
Lunenfeld, Peter, “Focus: Hall of Mirrors: Art and Film Since 1945”, Artforum, Summer 1996, 3. 102-3, 136, 139, illus. pp. 2-3.
Seven Perspectives, Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art and Round Rock Productions,  film/video
Life and Times, April 18, 1996, Los Angeles: KCET, Television Broadcast

1995
Cindy Bernard,  Text by Mark Durden, Manchester: Viewpoint Gallery and James Hockey Gallery at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design with English Arts Council funding, 40pp., illus.
biennale de lyon, France: Reunion des Musees Nationaux, pp. 310-313, illus. pp. 275, 310-312
biennale de lyon (CD-ROM), France: Reunion des Musees Nationaux, illus.
Bureaud, Annick, “Subject-Body-Society”, artpress, December 1995, illus. pg. 36.
Douglas, Anna, “American Dreaming”, W.A.G., December 1995, illus.
P.L.A.N. (WWW), Los Angeles County Museum of Art, http://www.lacma.org/Exhibits/PLAN/PLAN.html

1995
Blind Spot,  Issue 5, Spring/Summer 1995
Greene, David A., “Photography Los Angeles? Not Now”, Los Angeles Reader, September 8, pp. 17, 22.
Bond, Henry, “Cindy Bernard:James Hockey Gallery”, Creative Camera, p. 35, illus.
Stallabrass, Julian, “Authentic Fakes”, Art Monthly, June 1995, pp. 12-15, illus.
Collection, fin XXe: 1983-1995 Dououze ans d’aquisition d’art contomporain en
Poitou-Charentes, France: FRAC Poitou-Charentes, pp. 16-17, illus.

1994
Color This!, Los Angeles: Foundation for Art Resources, 1994, illus.
Higgens, Gary, “Logic of Concealment: Cindy Bernard in Tucson”, Creative Camera, December/January 1994, pp. 43-44, illus.
Frank, Peter, “Art Pick of the Week: Screening Space”, L.A. Weekly, August 12-18
Pagel, David, “Reflections on Cinema Offers Tarnished Perspective”, Los Angeles Times, Section F, July 22, 1994

1993
Photographie D’Une Collection: Oeuvres Photographiques de la Caisse des Depots et
Consignations,  France: Caisse des depots et consignations, 1993, pg. 167, pp. 76-79 illus.
Troncey, Eric,  l’endroit ideal (ideal place,) Val de Reuil, France: L’lle de Roy, Centre d’art et Jardin, pp. 44-5, illus.
Cindy Bernard: Security Envelope Grid, Text by Trudy Wilner-Stack, Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, 1993, illus.

1992
Kandel, Susan, “Photographic Duality”, Los Angeles Times, March 5, 1992, Section F, pp. 4-6, illus
Bond, Henry ed., Exhibit A, London: The Serpentine Gallery, 1992, Vol 1 (Artist pages):  pp. 6-7,22; Vol 2 (critical texts): pp. 11-12, 24-27
“The Week in Focus: Opening Shots”, Time Out, May 6-13, 1992 , illus.
“Manipulating Images”, The New Line, May 15, 1992, pg. 9
Kent, Sarah, “Photocopies”, Time Out, May 20-27, 1992, pg. 35
Silver, Robert, “Exhibit A”, What’s On, May 27, 1992, pg. 35
Bush, Kate, “Exhibitions: Exhibit A”, Art Monthly, June 1992, pp. 15-16
Bond, Henry, “There is no democracy…”, Creative Camera, May 1992, pp 15-16, illus.Hall, Charles, “Exhibit A”, Arts Review, June 1992, pg. 243
Cotter, Holland, “Art in Review: ‘Still’”, New York Times, July 24, 1992,  pg. B7

1991
Hollywood, Hollywood: Identity Under the Guise of Celebrity, Pasadena: Pasadena Art
Alliance, 1992, pg. 12, ill. pg. 41
Clearwater, Bonnie,  Cindy Bernard, Mexico City: Centro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo AC,  illus.
Troncy, Eric, “Cindy Bernard: Air de Paris,” Flash Art, Summer 1991, pp. 142-3, illus.
Kornblau, Gary, “Cindy Bernard: Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery,” Art Issues,
February/March 1991, pg. 31, illus.
Troncy, Eric, “Cindy Bernard, Hirsch Perlman, Rodney Graham,”  Metropolis M, No. 4,  illus.

1990
Gardner, Colin, “Reviews: Cindy Bernard – Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery,”
Artforum,  December 1990, pg. 147, illus.
Cindy Bernard: Ask the Dust, Los Angeles: Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery, Fiction text by Benjamin Weissman, illus.
Curtis, Cathy, “Bernard Offers A Challenge to Reflex Viewing,” Los Angeles Times, October 5, 1990, Section F, Pg. 9
Spiel der Spur: The Poetry of Chance, Zurich, Switzerland: Shedhalle, 1990, illus. 1. 44-46, 52, Artist pages: 86-88
Grundberg, Andy, “A  Moment for Dusting Off Faded Reputations,”  New York Times, May 20, 1990, Section 2, pg. 35, 44
Nachschub (Supply), Köln: Germany: Spex Magazine and The Köln Show, 1990, illus. pg. 31
“Art:  LA/Orange County,” California, February 1990, pg. 39
Grundberg, Andy, “Abstraction Returns to Haunt Photography,” New York Times,
February 25, 1990, Section 2

1989
American Art Today: A View From the Whitney: 1989 Biennial Exhibition, New York:Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989, video
Abstraction in Contemporary Photography, Virginia: Virginia Commonwealth University and Hamilton College, 1989, pg. 9, illus. pg. 21
Brougher, Kerry, “Exposed Cinema: Art and Film in the Postmodern Era,” Visions, Summer 1989, pp. 28-31
Grundberg, Andy, “The Pendulum Swings Away From Cynicism,” New York Times,
October 22, 1989, Section 2, pg. 41, 45
Biennial I, Riverside: California Museum of Photography, University of California, 1989,  pg. 8, illus. pg. 9
McCracken, David, “Bringing Order to the Spectable of Chaos”, September 9, 1989,
Chicago Tribune (Accessed online: http://articles.chicagotribune.com/
1989-09-08/entertainment/8901110341_1_decorative-art-contemporary-art-cindy-bernard) Strange Attractors: The Spectacle of Chaos, Chicago: Kaos Inc., 1989, illus.
Deitcher, David, “1989 Biennial,” Artforum, September 1989, pp. 143-144
Leigh, Christian, “Opening Night at the Whitney,” Contemporanea, July/August 1989, 1. 84-85, illus.
Von Kunstadt, Theador.  “”Spotlight: Whitney Biennial: A Triumphant Commingling of
Heterogeneity and Blandness,” Flash Art, Summer 1989, pg. 139
1989, San Francisco: New Langton Arts, 1989, illus. pg. 31
Clearwater, Bonnie. “Our Gang,” Visions, Summer 1989, pg. 8-12, illus. pg. 12
Schjeldahl, Peter. “The Muses On Strike,” 7 Days,  May 17, 1989, pg. 67, illus.
Levin, Kim.  “The Whitney Biennial: Coming Up Empty,” Village Voice, May 9, 1989, 1. 99-100
Larson, Kay.  “The Children’s Hour,” New York, May 8, 1989, pg. 94-95
Knight, Christopher.  “Bland View of Art Served at Biennial,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner, May 7, 1989, Section E, pg. 1-2
Biennial, New York: Whitney Museum of American Art & W.W. Norton & Co., 1989, 1. 21, illus. pg. 20, 22-23

1989
The Photography of Invention: American Pictures of the Eighties, Washington DC.:
National Museum of American Art & MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1989,pg. 21, illus. pg. 41

1988
Frank, Peter.  “”After Abstract,” L.A. Weekly, October 28, 1988, pg. 45
Hugo, Joan. “Oppositions in Abstraction,” Artweek, October 22, 1988, pg. 3
After Abstract, Pasadena, California: Art Center College of Design, pg. 15, Illus. pp. 24-25
Information as Ornament, Chicago: Feature and Rezac, 1988, illus. pg. 27
Selwyn, Marc.  “New Art L.A.: Eight Young Artists Discuss Their Work,” Flash Art, Summer 1988, pp. 109-115, illus. pg. 111
Knight, Christopher.  “Pictures envelope traditions,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Weekend Magazine, May 13, 1988, pg. 30, illus.
Knight, Christopher.  “Focusing on the Hidden Meaning of ‘Untitled’ Works,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner, February 7, 1988, Section E, Pg. 2
Jalon, Allan. “ ‘Skeptical Belief(s)’ Exhibit Displays Varied Styles of CalArts Graduates,” Los Angeles Times (Orange County Edition), Calendar, January 24, 1988, pg. 49C-D
CalArts: Skeptical Belief(s), Newport Harbor Art Museum and the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, 1988, illus. pg. 21.

1987
Grundberg, Andy. “From New Talent, Bold New Images,” New York Times, November 13,  1987, pg. 17, 24
Huntington, Richard.  “At Hallwalls: Visiting Curators to Focus on Photo/Painting
Interplay,” The Buffalo News, November 1, 1987, pg. G1, G6
The Spiral of Artificiality, Buffalo, New York: Hallwalls, 1987, pg. 18., illus. pg. 22
Rugoff, Ralph.  “Art Pick of the Week,” L.A. Weekly, June 24, 1987, pg. 130
Knight, Christopher., “Sixties Sculpture relieves summer doldrums,” Los
Angeles Herald Examiner, Weekend Magazine, July 10, 1987, pg. 33, 37
Yood, James.  “Reviews – CalArts: Skeptical Belief(s), New Art Examiner, Summer 1987, pg. 45
Knight, Christopher. “ ‘Looking Glass’ reflects art’s new  identity,” Los Angeles  Herald  Examiner, Weekend Magazine, July 17, 1987, pg. 36
Conal, Robbie. “Good Times: View with a Room,” L.A. Weekly, March 27, 1987, pg. 62

1986
Martin, Tim, T.V. Generations, Los Angeles: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, illus. pg. 13
La Palma, Marina.  “Beware the Grids,” Artweek, March 29, 1986, pg. 1
Rugoff, Ralph.  “Artists on TV.,” L.A. Weekly, March 29, 1986, pp. 51-53
McKenna, Kristine.  “Techno-fest Opens Art Center,” Los Angeles Times, March 3, 1986, Part IV, pg. 1,6

1985
Woman Photographers in America 1985, Los Angeles: The Woman’s Building, Los Angeles, Illus. pg. 28

 

PUBLISHED WRITINGS
2015
“Untitled Poem,” Schindler Lab, online publication, 2015: MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House, Los Angeles

1999
“I  Have Gettyphobia”, Extra, Winter 1999, pg. 7
“Solid Eye: Fruits of Automation”, Great God Pan, Number 13, pp. 119-122.

 

PUBLIC PROJECTS
2002
untitled[gel/sound], Metrolab, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority                                        (collaboration w/Joseph Hammer)
Projection, “Location #2: Shot 15”, Warehouse No. 1, San Pedro, CA

2000
Projection, “Location Proposal #2: Shot 9”, Old Sante Fe Depot, Los Angeles, CA

1999
Projection, “Location Proposal #2: Shot 12”, Pt. Fermin Park,  San Pedro, California

1998
Projection, “Location Proposal #2: Shot 8”, Desert Christ Park, Yucca Valley, California
Projection, “Location Proposal #2: Shot 11”, Silverlake, Los Angeles
Projection, “Location Proposal #2: Shot 14”, Angels Gate Park, San Pedro, California
Projection, “Location Proposal #2: Shot 2”, Treptow, Berlin

1998
Projection, “Location Proposal #2: Shot 7”, Starkman Building, Los Angeles

1997
Windows on Wilshire”, Los Angeles County Museum of Art

1993
City of Manhattan Beach, Art in Public Places (completion date: Winter 1995)

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS (Selected)

Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona

Centre Pompidou, Paris

Coleccion Fotograficia de Fundacion Televisa, Mexico City

FRAC Poitou Charentes, Angouleme, France

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago

Museum of Modern Art, New York

Nouveau Musee d Art Contemporain, Lyon, France

Orange County Museum of Art

Princeton University Art Museum

Whitney Museum of American Art

 

EDITIONS
2002
SoundCd no. 1, special artists edition, collaboration w/Tom Recchion, published by SASSAS, Lemon Sky Projects and 1301PE

2000
space, climate, light, mood, single print in a portfolio with John Baldessari and James Welling, published  by Art Metropole, Toronto,

1999
Phantom Barn Raising, published by Side Street Projects, Los Angeles,
The MOCA Photography Portfolio, curated by Cindy Sherman, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1999

1997
Location Proposal #4, set of 7 iris prints, published by Muse-X Editions, Los Angeles

 

INTERNET AND WEB BASED PROJECTS
2015
http://sassas.org/archives/, archive of SASSAS and sound. concerts(1999 to present)

2004
soundCommons, collaboration w/Joseph  Hammer

2001
projections+sound[web], collaboration w/Joseph Hammer, Smithsonian Museum of American Art
corridor,  collaboration w/Joseph Hammer, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

2000
Location Proposal #6: Site Street, designed for Site Street, the web mag of Side Street Projects, Los Angeles (no longer on-line)
www.soundnet.org/sound, photographic archive of SASSAS and sound. concerts

1998
Matrix-L, a discussion list dedicated to issues in visual culture with an emphasis on contemporary art and theory (to 2002)

1996
Core, a weekly web site/commentary that ran news related buzz words through a search    engine to generate hit lists  (no longer on-line)
CURATING AND PRODUCING
2016
“sound.” concert series, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, artists included Bobb Bruno,Dan Clucas, Simone Forti

2015
“Bootleg LPs by Artists,” 1301PE, Pop up exhibition support SASSAS
“SASSAS Records Volume 1,” four LP collection with unreleased recordings paid with covers by
visual artists, participants include Aaron Dilloway/Dave Muller, Nels Cline/Sterling Ruby,
Lee Ranaldo/Sharon Lockhart and Alex Slade, Julia Holter/Analia Saban

2014
“sound.” concert series, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook; Kings Road Park Pavilion; players included Charles Curtis, composers included Elaine Radigue, Alvin Lucier, Southern California Sound Ecology, Matt Barbier

2013
“sound.” concert series, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook; 356 Mission Road, Eagle Rock Center
for the Arts; composers included Mural, Rangda Aaron Dilloway, Jason Lescalleet (SASSAS)

2012
“Welcome Inn Time Machine,” The Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival, producer, co-curator (SASSAS)
“Fix-It-Up Too,” Blum & Poe, Los Angeles (SASSAS)

2011
“sound.” concert series, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook; Schindler House, King’s Road Park Pavilion, composers included Stephanie Taylor, Alex Cline, Lady Noise, William Roper (SASSAS)

2010
“sound.” concert series, Fiesta Hall, King’s Road Park Pavilion, performers, artists and scholars include Luke Fowler, Scott Benzel, Wadada Leo Smith, Art Desano, Branden Joseph, Don’t Rhine, Bob Ostertag (SASSAS)

2009
“Mapping sound.: the SASSAS 10th Anniversary Concert, multiple artists and venues

2008
“soundCd no. 3,” CD compilation of live recordings from “sound.”, producer, SASSAS, publisher (April)
“The Lament Project,” on line sound project, Viralnet.net and the Center for Integrated Media, CalArts, co-curator with Kathy Brew, Beth Rosenberg, Martha Wilson and Tom Leeser
“sound.” concert series, MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler  House), Glow Festival,producer; co-curator w/ dubab (Glow), Tom Recchion, Joe Potts, Jeremy Drake, Danny Gromfin (MAK), performers and video artists included Cal Crawford, Jessica Bronson, White Rainbow, Steve Roden, Jozef Van Wissem (SASSAS)

2007
“Haruko Tanaka,” Cue Art Foundation, New York (catalogue)
“sound.” concert series, REDCAT, MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler  House), Steve Allen Theater, producer, co-curator w/ Jeremy Drake, Kathleen Johnson; performers include Jessica Rylan, Fred Frith, Ikue Mori, Zeena Parkins, David Watson, Jackie Stewart (SASSAS)

2006
“sound.” concert series, The Ford Amphitheatre and MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler  House), producer, co-curator w/Renee Petropoulos, Jeremy Drake, Joe Potts, Carl Stone; performers include Roscoe Mitchell, Tetuzi Akiyama, and Thomas Dimuzio (SASSAS)

2005
“sound.” concert series, The Ford Amphitheatre and MAK Center for Art and Architecture
(Schindler  House), producer, co-curator w/Carole Ann Klonarides, Renee Petropoulos, performers include Petra Haden and the Sell Outs, Stephen Prina, Kelan Philip Cohran, Tom Recchion , Michael Webster (SASSAS)

2004
“sound.” concert series, REDCAT and MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler House),
producer, co-curator w/Tom Recchion and Joe Potts, performers include Chas Smith, Petra Haden, Harold Budd (SASSAS)
“soundCd no. 2,” CD compilation of live recordings from “sound.”, producer, SASSAS, publisher

2003
“sound.” concert series, MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler House), producer
co-curator w/ Sam Durant and Christopher Williams, performers included Danny Cohen
Polar Goldie Cats, Rüdiger Carl, Raymond Pettibon, and Joseph Jarman (SASSAS)

2002
“soundCd no. 1,” double CD set of live recordings from “sound.”,  producer, SASSAS and 1301PE, publishers
“sound. @ Amoeba Music,”, in-store improviation featuring Nels Cline, Rick Potts, Heather
Lockie, Lynn Johnston, Michael Intriere, Rich West (SASSAS)
“sound.” concert series, MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler House), producer, curator; performers included Joe Potts, Carl Stone,  evening of John Coltrane
performed by Nels Cline and Gregg Bendian, evening of Cage performed by James  Tenney      (sound./SASSAS)

2001
“sound.” concert series, MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler House), producer, curator;  performers included Pauline Oliveros, Glenn Branca, William Winant performing works by James Tenney

2000
“sound.” concert series, MAK Center for Art and Architecture (Schindler House),
producer, curator;  performers included Kraig Grady,  Vinny Golia, Wadada Leo Smith,                    Carla Bozulich, Extended Organ
“sound.” experimental music series, performers included Mark Trayle, Nels Cline, Vetza, Bonnie Barnett, Joe Potts           Sacred Grounds, San Pedro, California

1999
“sound.” experimental music series, performers included Solid Eye, William Leavitt,
Lynn Johnston, Don Bolles, Joe Potts, Kraig Grady, Anna Homler, Sacred Grounds, San Pedro, California

1998
“angels gate. 8.16.98 dusk. : installations + trios pulled from a hat”,
participants included Sam Durant, Joseph Hammer, Joe Potts, Dave Muller,
Liz Larner, Marina Rosenfeld, Jim Shaw, Francis Stark, Mike Watt

1987
“Nothing Sacred,” (co-curator w/Brad Dunning), participants included Mike Kelley, Liz Larner, Louise Lawler, Clegg and Guttman, Stephen Prina, Chris Williams, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles

1986
“Media Shelter,” (co-curator w/ Liz Larner), Foundation for Art Resources, Los Angeles

1985
“Art Talk Art” lecture series, Foundation for Art Resources, Los Angeles

 

LECTURES (selected)
2012
Visiting Artist Lecture, Cardiff School of Art and Design, University of Wales
Visiting Artist Lecture, Department of Fine Art, Southampton Solent University
Visiting Artist Lecture, Department of Fine Art, University of California, Los Angeles
Visiting Artist Lecture and Graduate Studio Visits, CalArts

2009
Visiting Artist Lecture, University of California, Irvine
“Mitigating the Obvious Culture and the Search for Broader Humanity: Bridging the Gap Between Us and Them”, CAA Panel
Visiting Artist Lecture, California State University, Los Angeles

2008
Artist Talk, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts
Visiting Artist Lecture, “Studio Visits”, Art Center College of Art & Design, Pasadena Department of Fine Art

2007
Visiting Artist Lecture, University of Southern California

2006
“Telephones, Puddles, Saxophones and Motors: Two Evenings on Noise, Silence
and  Sound,” Visiting Artist Lecture, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Visiting Artist Lecture, California Institute of the Arts
Visiting Artist Lecture, “Pilot: Spheres of Interest, Experiments in Thinking and Action,” San Francisco Art Institute
Visiting Artist Lecture, “Global Experimental SOUNDSCAPES Now,” University of California, Los Angeles
Visiting Artist Lecture, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

2005
Visiting Artist Lecture, Otis College of Art and Design

2004
Visiting Artist Lecture, Department of Art Practice and Theory, Northwestern University, Evanston
Studio Visits, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

2003
Visiting Artist Lecture, Otis College, Graduate Fine Art

2000
Visiting Artist Lecture, “Studio Visits”, Art Center College of Art & Design, Pasadena Department of Fine Art

1999
Visiting Artist Lecture, Visiting Artist Series, California Institute of the Arts
Visiting Artist Lecture, “Advanced Photo”, University of California, Los Angeles
Visiting Artist Lecture, Dept of Studio Art, University of California, Santa Barbara

1998
Location Proposals: Landscape, Film and Memory”, lecture, Simon Fraser University,                     Vancouver, Canada

1995
Guest Lecturer, “Studio Visits”, Art Center College of Art & Design, PasadenaDepartment of Fine Art

1994
Guest Lecturer, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

1993
Guest Lecturer, “Studio Visits”, Department of Fine Art, Art Center College of Art & Design, Pasadena
Guest Lecturer, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona
Guest Lecturer, “Studio Visits”, Art Center College of Art & Design, Pasadena Department of Fine Art

1992
Panelist, “Hollywood, Hollywood: Identity Under the Guise of Celebrity”,  Art Center College of Art & Design, Toyota Lecture Series

1990
Guest Lecturer, “Graduate Seminar”, Art Center College of Art & Design, Pasadena, Department of Fine Art
Panelist, “Artist Survival Skills,” California Institute of the Arts, Valencia
Guest Lecturer,  Curator’s Council, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles

1989
Guest Lecturer, “Graduate Seminar”, Otis Parsons Los Angeles, Department of Fine Art

1988
Panelist, “Post-Radical Abstraction,” Art Center College of Art & Design, Pasadena

 

TEACHING
1999-present
Ongoing:  Adjunct Professor, Graduate Fine Art, Art Center College of Art and Design, Pasadena, CA

2017
Visiting Faculty, Department of Studio Art, California State University, Los Angeles, Spring Quarter (Grad)

2015
Visiting Faculty, Department of Fine Art, University of California, Los Angeles, Spring Quarter

2013
Ruffin Distinguished Artist-In-Residence, University of Virginia (academic year 2013/14z)

2012
Visiting Faculty, Department of Fine Art, University of California, Los Angeles

2009
Visiting Artist, Luckman Project, California State University, Los Angeles, Spring quarter

2007
Visiting Faculty, University of California, Riverside, CA

2006
Visiting Faculty, Department of Visual Art, University of California, San Diego, Winter Quarter

2005
Visiting Faculty, Department of Visual Art, University of California, San Diego, Winter Quarter

2004
Visiting Faculty, Department of Art Practice and Theory, Northwestern University, Evanston, Winter Quarter
Visiting Faculty, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Spring

2003
Visiting Faculty, Department of Visual Art, University of California, San Diego, Spring Quarter

2002
Visiting Faculty, Department of Visual Art, University of California, San Diego, Fall Quarter

2001
Visiting Faculty, Departments of Art (Photo) and Integrated Media, California Institute of the Arts, Spring Semester
Visiting Faculty, Department of Fine Art, University of California, Los Angeles, Fall Quarter

2000
Visiting Faculty, Loyola Marymount University
Visiting Faculty, Department of Fine Art, University of California, Los Angeles, Fall Quarter

1999
Visiting Faculty, Loyola Marymount University
Visiting Faculty, Department of Studio Art, University of California, Irvine, Winter Quarter, Spring Quarter

1998
Visiting Faculty, Department of Studio Art, University of California, Irvine, Fall Quarter
Visiting Faculty r, Department of Fine Art, University of California, Los Angeles, Winter Quarter
Adjunct Faculty, School of Fine Art, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

1997
Adjunct Faculty, School of Fine Art, University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Senior Lecturer, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles,  Fall Semester

1996
Lecturer, Graduate Advisor, Dept. of Fine Art, University of California, Los Angeles, Fall Quarter
Adjunct Faculty, School of Fine Art, University of Southern California
Lecturer, Dept. of Art Studio, University of California, Santa Barbara, Winter Quarter

1991
Lecturer, Art Center College of Art & Design, Pasadena, Department of Fine Art/Photography,
Spring Term

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND NON-PROFITS
2002 – present
The Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound (SASSAS), Founding Director

2012 – present
Faculty Council, Art Center College, Pasadena

2012 – 2016
Artist Council, ICA, Los Angeles (was Santa Monica Museum of Art)

2008
MOCA Mobilization, co-founder with Diana Thater (to 2014)

1999
“sound.” concert series, Founder, Director (incorporated as SASSAS in 2002)
College Art Association (to 2007)

1989
Treasurer, Founding Board Member, Coalition for Freedom of Expression, Los Angeles (to 1990)

1987
Board of Advisors, Foundation for Art Resources (FAR), (to 1990)

1985
Treasurer, Board of Directors, Foundation for Art Resources, Los Angeles (to 1987)