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Casey REAS (a k a Casey Edwin Barker Reas, C. E. B. Reas)
Born 1972 in Troy, Ohio. Lives and works in Los Angeles.

Reas' software, prints, and installations have been featured in over one hundred solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Recent venues include the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago, and recent commissions have been awarded by the Whitney Museum of American Art and the New World Symphony in Miami. Reas' work is in a range of private and public collections, including the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Reas is a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. He holds a masters degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Media Arts and Sciences as well as a bachelors degree from the School of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati. With Ben Fry, Reas initiated Processing in 2001. Processing is an open source programming language and environment for the visual arts.

Reas recently co-wrote and designed the book 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 (MIT Press, 2013). Reas and Fry published Processing: A Programming Handbook for Visual Designers and Artists, a comprehensive introduction to programming within the context of visual media (MIT Press, 2007). With Chandler McWilliams and Lust, Reas published Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010), a non-technical introduction to the history, theory, and practice of software in the visual arts. Reas' Process Compendium 2004—2010 documents six years of his work exploring the phenomena of emergence through software.

Solo, Two-Person Exhibitions

There’s No Distance. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 10 Sep – 16 Oct 2016. Debut of Still Life software.

Tox Screen. Chronus Art Center. Shanghai, China. 6 Sep – 4 Oct 2015.

Linear Perspective. Charlie James Gallery. Los Angeles, CA. 5 Sep – 17 Oct 2015. Debut of Today's Ideology, KTTV, AYFABTU, Linear Perspective.

Yes No. Pasadena City College. Pasadena, CA. 23 Jan - 29 Mar 2014. Debut of Tox Screen.

ULTRACONCENTRATED. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 5 Sep – 12 Oct 2013.

CENTURY. Gallery [DAM]Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 29 Sep - 27 Nov 2012. Debut of Yes No, Network C, Signal to Noise (Software 1) and related prints.

Process. BCA Center. Burlington, VT. 9 Mar - 28 Apr 2012. Process 18 software with related prints and objects, Process 16 (Software 3), Network B.

Process Compendium 2004 - 2010. Gallery [DAM]Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 10 Sep - 3 Nov 2010. Process Compendium archive prints and selection of Process 18 prints.

Transfers and Actions: C. E. B. Reas and Ellie Harrison. Mejan Labs, Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Stockholm, Sweden. 15 Apr - 7 Jun 2009. Exhibited Process 18.

CODE and FORM: C. E. B. Reas & Marius Watz. Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Pittsburgh, PA. 7 Feb - 19 Apr 2009. Exhibited works from the Process series, curated by Golan Levin.

Process / Form. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 6 Mar - 12 Apr 2008. Debut of new work from the Process series.

The Protean Image. <>TAG. The Hague, Netherlands. 19 Sep - 3 Nov 2007. Debut of The Protean Image Machine.

Microstates: C. E. B. Reas & Austin Heitzman. James Edward Carlos Gallery, University of the South. Sewanee, TN. 16 Nov 2007 - 9 Jan 2008. Exhibited Process 14 and 18.

C. E. B. Reas & Suzung Kim. bitforms gallery. Seoul, Korea. 15 Dec 2006 - 27 Jan 2007. Debut of new work from the Process series.

Natural. BANK gallery. Los Angeles, CA. Two-person exhibition with Betsy Davis, exhibited TI.

Process / Drawing. [DAM] Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 2 Oct - 23 Nov 2005. Exhibited work from the Process series.

Process / Drawing. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 4 Mar - 3 Apr 2005. Debut of the Process series, including collaborations with Ben Fry and Doug Bennett.

TI, Telic Arts Exchange, Los Angeles. 15 May 2004. Debut of TI.

The Art of Code: Casey Reas and Golan Levin. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 21 Feb - 20 Mar 2002.

Selected Commissions

KNBC. Silver Street Studios. Houston, TX. 19 - 20 Dec 2015. Commissioned by Day for Night Festival.

One-Point Perspective. Covington & Burling LLP. Washington, D.C. Opened 8 December 2014. Commissioned for a new building, this software mural is displayed on a thirty-six panel main screen with six peripheral screens.

A Mathematical Theory of Communication. University of Texas. Austin, TX. Opened 10 October 2014. Printed mural commissioned by the Computer Science department as a part of the University's Landmarks program. There is a Sol LeWitt wall drawing in the building and a sculpture in the courtyard. The Landmarks collection contains work ranging from Antoine Pevsner to James Turrel.

Casey Reas Loves Los Angeles, a commission for the Textile Room by P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S and North Sails for the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA.)

Mistaken for Strangers. Software and video to tour internationally with The National. The work was created for the song Squalor Victoria.

Field Guide Poster Series for The Machine Project Field Guide to L.A. Architecture. Created a silkscreen print for a set of ten prints that feature notable architectural sites in Los Angeles.

Fragrant World. Live visual media and sculptures for Yeasayer's 2012 tour. Commissioned by The Creators Project. In collaboration with Aranda\Lasch, Nick Gould, and Yoshi Sodeoka.
http://youtu.be/HYOBgS7QeHk

THINK. Led a team in developing generative images for the IBM THINK installation at Lincoln Center. Collaborated with IBM scientists, Mirada and Motion Theory creative directors and designers, and SYPartners art directors to develop five data stories and visualizations for a 123' × 11' LED wall. 23 September - 23 October 2011.

Signals. Commissioned mural for building 76 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In collaboration with Ben Fry. Premiered February 2011.

Maharam Digital Projects. Created and licensed five large format images (10' × 16' 8") for the textile manufacturer Maharam.

Chronograph. Site-specific software mural for the Frank Gehry-designed home of the New World Symphony in Miami. In collaboration with Tal Rosner. Premiered January 2011.
https://vimeo.com/37634624

Whitney Museum Gala 2010. A software installation for the 2010 Whitney Gala. Live software images were projected onto sixteen two-sided panels suspended from the ceiling of the museum's third floor.

{Software} Structures. Software and text about Sol LeWitt for the Whitney Museum of American Art's ArtPort.
http://artport.whitney.org/commissions/softwarestructures/map.html

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016

DATAstream. Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery. Blacksburg, Virginia. 18 Feb - 17 Apr. Curated by Margo Ann Crutchfield. KTTV (August 2015), AYFABTU (Followers), https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=adventuretime.

CODE and NOISE. El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe. Santa Fe, NM. 10 - 26 Jun 2016. Curated by Christine Duval. Today's Ideology. Exhibition subsequently presented at Arena 1 in Santa Monica, CA 10 Sep - 8 Oct 2016.

Code + Poetry. DAM Gallery. Berlin, Germany. 9 Apr - 4 Jul 2016. Path (Software 1).

DIGITRA. Treviso Ricerca Arte. Treviso, Italy. 15 May – 5 June. Curated by Ennio Bianco. Pfft!
Cat Heroicus Sublimis. Online. https://newhive.com/peertospace/catheroicussublimis. Curated by Tina Sauerländer and Peggy Schoenegge. Americans! (GIF excerpt).


2015

Day for Night. Silver Street Studios. Houston, TX. 19 - 20 Dec 2015. Debut of KNBC. Curated by Alex Czetwertynski.

Short Cuts. CentrePasquArt. Biel, Switzerland. 18 Apr – 6 Jun 2015. Curated by Daniel Sciboz. CENTURY.
Istanbul Light Festival. Zorlu Center. Istanbul, Turkey. 13 - 19 Nov 2015. Curated by Adam Eeuwens and Rebeca Méndez. Linear Perspective and Today's Ideology.

Aesthetica. DAM Gallery. Berlin, Germany. 30 May - 1 Aug 2015. Debut of RGB plotter drawings.

The Dematerialized Auction: A Fluxus Fundraiser for George. New York, NY. 10 Jan 2015. Organized by Jordan Carter and Anitra Lourie. Finite Distributed Network.


2014

ARTMIX. Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Boulder, CO. 19 Sep 2014. Donated One Non-Narcotic Pill A Day to BMoCA's annual fundraising auction.

NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial. Museum of Arts and Design. New York, NY. 1 Jul 2014 – 12 Oct 2013. Primitives, this could be an extraordinary find, a collaboration with Aranda\Lasch.

EXEMPLARY, 150 Years of the MAK From Arts and Crafts to Design. 11 Jun 2014 – 5 Oct 2014. MAK Center. Vienna, Austria. Processing.

//the ART_of_DATA. Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Boulder, CO. 24 Apr - 6 Jul 2014. Curated by Steven Sacks.

Coding the Body. apexart. New York, NY. 20 Mar - 10 May 2014. Collaboration with Cait Reas. Curated by Leah Buechley.

Presentism: Light as Material. Young Projects. Los Angeles, CA. 31 Jan - 8 Mar 2014. Debut of Even the Greatest Stars Discover Themselves in the Looking Glass, An Allegory of the Cave for Three People.


2013

No Message Whatsoever. DAM Gallery. Berlin, Germany. 16 Nov 2013 - 23 Jan 2014.

Zeitzünder. DAM Gallery. Frankfurt, Germany. 9 Nov 2013 - 1 Feb 2014. Network C.

Film Lab, 6th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival. Made in NY Media Center, New York, NY. 13 Oct 2013. Network B software.

Paddles ON!, a benefit auction for Rhizome. Phillips. New York, NY. 5 - 12 Oct 2013. Curated by Lindsay Howard

Shifting Paradigms of Identity. Kent State University Museum, Kent, OH. 26 Sep 2013 – 31 Aug 2014. Tissue Collection, Tissue software.

Autonomous. Gallery@Calit2, University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 9 Oct – 13 Dec 2013. Network B software.

ArchiLab. FRAC Centre. Orléans, France. 14 Sep 2013 – 2 Feb 2014. Process 13, MicroImage prints and software.

Poetic Mathematical Rhymes. Boston Cyberarts Gallery. Boston, MA. 5 Sep 2013 – 6 Oct 2013. Path software.

void loop. Antenna Gallery. New Orleans, LA. 10 Aug – 8 Sep 2013. MicroImage software, Path software.

do it 2013. Manchester Art Gallery. Manchester, UK. 5 Jul - 22 Sep 2013. Yes No.

//the_ART_of_DATA. The Resnick Gallery. Aspen, CO. 16 Jun – 2 Sep 2013. Signal to Noise (Software 5). Curated by Steven Sacks and Peter Hirshberg.

A New Sculpturalism. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA. 16 Jun – 16 Sep 2013. Textile Room. Collaboration with P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S and North Sails.

Run Computer Run: Examining Aesthetics. Rua Red. Dublin, Ireland. 24 May - 13 Jul 2013. Curated by Nora O' Murchú. Network D software and prints, Signal to Noise software.

Click. Helsingør, Denmark. 2013. 8-11 May. Signal to Noise software.

Back to Back. Gallery [DAM]Frankfurt. 20 Feb - 27 Apr 2013. Process 18 (Software 4), Signal to Noise (Software 4).

Decenter. Abroms Art Center. 17 Feb - 7 April 2013. Curated by Andrianna Campbell and Daniel S. Palmer. Signal to Noise (Software 1).

Poetic Codings. Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Jody Zellen. 26 Jan - 29 Mar 2013. Premiere of Signal to Noise (Software 3). Exhibition subsequently presented at the Boston Cyberarts Gallery 26 Apr - 2 Jun 2013 and San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art 31 May - 6 Sep 2014.

Infinity +1, part 1. Arena 1 Gallery. Santa Monica, CA. Curated by Christine Duval. 12 Jan - 9 Feb 2013. Process 14 (Software 3).


2012

AI Plus. National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. 24 Nov 2012 - 17 Feb 2013. Curated by Hui-Ching HSIEH.

Microwave International Media Art Festival. Hong Kong, China. 10 Nov - 18 Nov 2012. Signal to Noise (Software 1, 2).

Field Conditions. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA. Curated by Joseph Becker. 1 Sept 2012 - 6 Jan 2013. Debut of Process 18, 2012.

Multiversités Créatives. Centre Pompidou, Paris, France. 3 May - 6 Aug 2012. Process 13.

World on a Wire. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 28 Jun - 3 Aug 2012. Curated by Laura Blereau. Process 18 prints.

Rethinking Typologies. The Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL. 3 Mar - 29 Jul 2012 . Custom Tissue mural.

Random Access: Data as Art. Montserrat Gallery, Montserrat College of Art. Beverly MA. 3 Feb - 31 Mar 2012. Process 14 (Software 3).

The Creators Project. Fort Mason. San Francisco, CA. 17-18 Mar 2012. Process 16 (Software 3).

Codings. The Pace Digital Gallery. New York, NY. 28 Feb - 30 Mar 2012. 10 PRINT.


2011

Expect Big Delay. 405 Freeway. Los Angeles, CA. Curated by Johanna Reed. Debut of Data Capsule (Carmageddon).

Think Line 2. Gallery [DAM]Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 16 Nov 2011 - 14 Jan 2012. Debut of Tissue installation.

Seeing/Knowing. Graham Gund Gallery, Kenyon College. Gambier, OH. 29 Oct 2011 - 4 March 2012. Process 18 (Software 2), Process 18 (Object 1, 2), Process 4 (Installation 3).

Deep Surface. CAM Raleigh. Raleigh, NC. 24 Sep 2011 - 2 Jan 2012. Maharam Digital Projects Process 6.

Ornamental Structures. Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken. Saarbrücken, Germany. 20 Aug - 30 Oct 2010. Network B.

File Type. Gallery 400. Chicago, IL. 17 Jun - 30 Jul 2010. Pre-process Hex, Pre-process Execution.


2010

Hyperlinks: Architecture and Design. Art Institute of Chicago. 11 Dec 2010 - 20 July 2011. Immuring and Clad.

Quotidian Architectures. 12th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Hong Kong Pavillion. Venice, Italy. Clad, a set of sculptures by davidclovers, in collaboration with Casey Reas.

Machinic Processes. Architecture Biennial Beijing 2010. Beijing, China. 15 - 31 Oct 2011. Curated by Elena Manferdini. Immuring.

Swarm Intelligence: Architectures of Multi-Agent Systems. University of Hong Kong Faculty of Architecture Shanghai Study Centre. Shanghai, China. 17 Jul - 22 Aug 2010.

Immuring. SCI-Arc Gallery. Los Angeles, CA. 4 Jun - 18 Jul 2010. Debut of Immuring, a set of sculptures by davidclovers, in collaboration with Casey Reas.

E-Volve. Gallery [DAM]Cologne. Cologne, Germany. 24 Apr - 24 Jun 2010. Network A.

Process as Paradigm. Laboral Centro de Arte y Creatión Industrial. Gíjon, Spain. 23 Apr - 27 Sep 2010. Curated by Susanne Jaschko and Lucas Evers. Process 18 software with objects and prints.

Code:Craft. Millennium Gallery. Sheffield, UK. 27 Jan - 16 Jun 2010. Network A.


2009

Decode: Digital Design Sensations. Victoria & Albert Museum, Porter Gallery. London, UK. 8 Dec 2009 - 11 April 2010. Exhibited TI.

Vida_Origen. Museu del Montsià. Amposta, Spain. 7 Nov - 8 Dec 2009. Exhibited Network B.

OPEN. Gray Area Foundation for the Arts. San Francisco, CA. 1 Oct - 18 Nov 2009. Exhibition of C.E.B. Reas, Camille Utterback, and Stamen. Debut of Surface, Network A, Network B, and a selection of prints and objects from the Process series.

Collider: Interactivity and New Media. Emily Davis Gallery, Myers School of Art. Akron, OH. Debut of Protean Image Machine 2009.

HelloWorld.show();. CreateHere. Chattanooga, TN. 31 Jul - 12 Sep 2009. Exhibited Pre-process Execution and Pre-process Hex.

Art and Electronic Media. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 16 Jun - 10 Jul 2009. Exhibited Process 8 (Image 1).

Incognito 2009, Santa Monica Museum of Art. Santa Monica, CA. 2 May 2009. Debut of a new drawing.

Loops. MIT Museum. Cambridge, MA. 24 Apr - 10 May 2009. Debut of Merce, an interpretation of a motion-captured performance of Merce Cunningham performing Loops.

Abstract Cinema. Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami. North Miami, FL. 26 Mar - 10 May 2009. Exhibited Process 16, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, in association with Kevin Arrow.

I'll be your mirror. BANK gallery. Los Angeles, CA. 21 Feb - 28 Mar 2009. Exhibited Fissue, curated by Lorraine Molina.

Scalable Relations. Beall Center for Art + Technology. Irvine, CA. 9 Jan - 14 Mar 2009. Exhibited Process 16, curated by Christiane Paul.


2008

eLandscapes. Zendai Museum of Modern Art. Shanghai, China. 19 Oct - 16 Nov 2008. Exhibiting MicroImage as a large projection, curated by Richard Castelli.

Algorists 2008. Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP), University of California, Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara, CA. Opened 25 Sep 2008. Curated by Jean-Pierre Hebert.

Processing Light. Todays Art Festival 2008. The Hague, Netherlands. 26 - 27 Sep 2008. Maxalot curated light projections onto the VROM building, across from the central station in The Hague.

Matters of Sensation. Artists Space. New York, NY. 24 Sep - 15 Nov 2008. Exhibited 07 Masses, an architectural model developed in collaboration with the architecture studio davidclovers.

Breeding Objects. C.STEM 2008. Turin, Italy. 19 - 27 Sep 2008. Exhibited Tissue Collection, a collaboration between 1 of 1 Studio and C.E.B. Reas. Other arists and designers include Ammar Eloueini, Ebru Kurbak and Mahir Yavuz, Adrian Bowyer, Nervous System, MOS, Marc Fornes, Fluid Forms, and Susanne Stauch.

5th Seoul International Media Art Biennale. Seoul, Korea. 12 Sep - 5 Nov 2008. Exhibiting TI. Other artists include Julien Maire, Anish Kapoor, and Olafur Eliasson.

Alt_CHP: Platform for Nordic Non-profit Art Spaces. 19 - 21 Sep 2008. Showed Network 2008 as a projection in association with Mikrogalleriet, DK.

Media Cabaret at the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. Philadelphia, PA. 29 Aug - 13 Sep 2008. Large ambient projections of Process 14 and Process 16, curated by Lars Jan.

Imaging by Numbers: A Historical View of the Computer Print. Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University. Evanston, IL. Curated by Deborah Wood and Paul Hertz, surveys the use of computers in printmaking and drawing through approximately 60 works created by nearly 40 North American and European artists from the 1950s to the present. Exhibited Process 6 (Image 3) and Path 17.

Space, Color, and Motion. Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University. Evanston, IL. 18 Jan - 6 Apr 2008. Curated by Deborah Wood. Exhibited TI along with work from Manfred Mohr and James Paterson.

Project(or) Art Fair, Art Rotterdam. Rotterdam, Netherlands. 6 - 10 Feb 2008. Exhibited The Protean Image Machine.

Impermanent Markings. Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York. 6 Mar - 17 Apr 2008. Curated by Linda Lauro-Lazin, features work from Jean-Pierre Hebert, Ana Mendieta, Oscar Munoz, The OpenEnded Group: Marc Downie, Shelley Eshkar, and Paul Kaiser, Carolee Schneemann, and Camille Utterback.

At Random? Netwerken en kruisbestuivingen. Museum De Paviljoens. Almere, Netherlands. 5 Mar - 6 Apr 2008. Exhibited The Protean Image Machine.

Holy Fire. iMAL Center, Brussels. 18 - 30 Apr 2008. Exhibited Process 5, curated by Yves Bernard and Domenico Quaranta.

Digital Senses. Center for Contemporary Art, Kiev, Ukraine. 18 Apr - 11 May 2008. Exhibited Tissue software in an exhibition curated by Ars Electronica.

Expanded Box at ARCO 2008. Madrid, Spain. 13 - 18 Feb 2008. Exhibited TI.


2007

Ars Electronica - Digital Art and Magic Moments. Shanghai eArts Festival 2007. 20 Oct - 10 Nov 2007. Shanghai, China. Exhibited Tissue software.

Tissue Collection. Concrete Image Store. Amsterdam, Netherlands. 19 Sep - 3 Nov 2007. Debuted the Tissue Collection, a series of garments created in collaboration with 1 of 1 Studio.

Ephemeral: Explorations in Light. Claremont Museum of Art. Claremont CA. 16 Sep - 30 Dec 2007. Exhibited TI, curated by Pilar Tompkins.

Scriptedbypurpose. FUEL Collection. Philadelphia, PA. 7 - 20 Sep 2007. Exhibited Process 8 (Image 2) and Process 14, curated by Marc Fornes and Skylar Tibbits.

Summer Group Exhibition. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 25 May - 20 Jun 2007. Exhibited Process 11.

Taste, 28th Annual Benefit Auction. LACE. Los Angeles, CA. 19 May 2007. Donated a Process 6 (Puff) print.

Persee: Orchestrated Perception. Regent Theater. Los Angeles, CA. 10 May 2007. Live visual performance of Process 11, in collaboration with Drew Schnurr.

FEEDBACK. Laboral Centro de Arte. Gijón, Spain. 30 Mar - 30 Jun 2007. Debuted Process 4 (Installation 1) at inaugural exhibition for a new art center in northern Spain. Curated by Christiane Paul.


2006

Design Life Now: National Design Triennial. Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution. New York, NY. 8 Dec 2006 - 29 Jul 2007. Traveled to Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (28 Sep 2007 - 6 Jan 2008) and Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (26 Jan - 20 Apr 2008). Exhibited Process 6 (Image 4) and Processing.org.

Cybernetic Sensibility. Daelim Contemporary Art Museum. Seoul, Korea. 26 Oct 2006 - 21 Jan 2007. Exhibited Process 6 (Image 3).

Texelectronica. UNT Fort Worth ArtSpace. Fort Worth, TX. 26 - 28 Oct 2006. Debuted Process 9 (Installation 1).

Further Processing. Kunstverein MEDIENTURM. Graz, Austria. 23 Sep - 11 Nov 2006. Exhibited Process 9. Curated by Marius Watz. With Pablo Miranda Carranza, Fabio Franchino, Ben Fry, Golan Levin, Lia, Mark Napier, Karsten Schmidt, and Martin Wattenberg.

Interferenze New Arts Festival. Naturalis Electronica. San Martino Valle Caudina, Italy. 3 - 5 Aug 2006. Exhibited a triptych projection of Process 6, 7, and 8.

Drawing / Painting / Sketching. CCCB. Barcelona, Spain. 11-12 May 2006. Curated by Jose Luis de Vicente, held on conjunction with the OFFF festival. Exhibited a triptych projection of Process 6, 7, and 8.

Our Distance from Things. Telic Arts Exchange. Los Angeles, CA. 17 Mar - 7 Apr 2007. Exhibited video of MicroImage.

Drawing Conclusions on the Wall. Chapman University. Orange, CA. Spring 2006. Exhibited Process 6 (Puff) prints.

ARTEFACT Festival. STUK Arts Centre. Leuven, Belgium. 13 - 18 Feb 2006. Exhibited MicroImage software as a projection.

Software Art. DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA. 28 Jan - 16 Apr 2006. Exhibited Articulate and Tissue software.

Second Natures. UCLA. Los Angeles, CA. 14 Sep - 26 Oct 2006. UCLA Design Media Arts faculty exhibition curated by Christiane Paul for the opening of the Broad Art Center. Exhibited Process 4.

Manifesto: GenArt. DesignBlok. Prague, Czech Republic. 25 Sep - 20 Oct 2006.

La Noche en Blanco. Madrid, Spain. 23 Sep 2006. Projected Process 7 during this one-night festival.

Living Culture. Eyebeam. New York, NY. 27 Jul 2006. Screened video of MicroImage, curated by Melanie Crean and Sophie Springer.


2005

Forty Winks: Mini-Theater. Ego Park Gallery. Oakland, CA. 2 - 23 Dec 2005. MicroImage.

Swarm. Fabric Workshop and Museum. Philadelphia, PA. 3 Dec 2005 - 18 Mar 2006. Process 4, Process 6 prints.

Moving Pictures: Digital Paintings. The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art. Dallas, TX. 4 Nov - 23 Dec 2005. Process 4.

Bioart. Gallery António Prates. Lisbon, Portugal. 23 Sept - 18 Oct 2005. Process 6 software and prints.

Generator.x. National Museum for Art, Architecture and Design. Oslo, Norway. 24 Sept - 16 Oct 2005. Process 8 (Software 2).

Ars Electronica Animation Festival 2005. Linz, Austria. 2 - 6 Sept 2005. TI animation.

Thick Works. School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL. 16 Aug - 28 Sept 2005. Thick Process 5.

Abstraction Now in White Noise. Australian Centre for the Moving Image. Melbourne, Australia. 18 Aug - 23 Oct 2005. Articulate.

8 Abstractions, Now. Á La Carte Digital Art. Sónar. Barcelona, Spain. 13-16 Jun 2005. Articulate.

Lines and Curves, LIMN Gallery. San Francisco, CA. 18 Jun - 30 Jul 2005. Tissue, MicroImage, Path.

Fresh, Museum of Contemporary Art Auction 2005. Los Angeles, CA. 4 Jun 2005. Process 5.

Generative X @ onedotzero. Institute for Contemporary Art. London, UK. 27 May - 6 Jun. Articulate.

Rhizome ArtBase 101, New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, NY. 23 Jun - 10 Sept 2005. {Software} Structures.

Exit Festival. Créteil, France. 30 Mar - 2 Apr 2005. MicroImage.

Exposition Inventeurs! Via Festival International. Maubeuge, France. 10 - 21 Mar 2005. MicroImage.

Artware3. Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano. Lima, Peru. 28 Apr - 5 Jun 2005. Tissue, MicroImage, MicroImageBW.


2004

Art Life. Seeing Gallery, San Francisco Exploratorium. San Francisco, CA. 14 Oct - 6 Feb 2005. Tissue software.

Touch and Temperature. Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX. 2 Oct - 30 Nov 2005. Dakadaka.

Sonic Acts X. Paradiso. Amsterdam, Netherlands. 23-25 Sept 2004. Seoul A.

L’Espace temporel. Ars Electronica Festival 2005. Linz, Austria. 2 - 7 Sept 2005. Images for 18 Musicians.

Digital Selections. Kendall College of Art and Design Gallery. Grand Rapids, MI. 12 Oct - 6 Nov 2005. MicroImage BW.

Algorithmic Revolution. ZKM. Karlsruhe, Germany. 31 Oct - 27 Feb 2004. Seoul A, Seoul B.

Microwave International Media Art Festival. Hong Kong, China. 28 Oct - 20 Nov 2004. Seoul A, Seoul B.

Runtime Art. Multimedia Institute. Zagreb, Croatia. 1 - 6 Jun 2004. MicroImage.

Touch and Temperature. Bitforms. New York, NY. 24 Jun - 31 July. Curated by Michael Rees. Dakadaka.

Á La Carte Digital Art. Sónar. Barcelona, Spain. 17 - 19 Jun 2004. D-Cell.

This is Today. Triennale, Palazzo dell’Arte. Milan, Italy. 24 - 29 Apr 2004. Processing.

Art Brussels, One Man Show. Brussels, Belgium. 1 - 5 Apr 2004. MicroImage.

Softwarekunst. [DAM]Berlin and Transmediale’04. Berlin, Germany. 29 Jan 2004. Articulate.


2003

Seven Wonders. Chromosome Gallery. Berlin, Germany. 12 Dec 2003. MicroImage.

Uijeongbu International Digital Art Festival. Seoul, Korea. 31 Oct - 16 Nov 2003. Tissue.

Cluster. Mole Antonelliana. Turin, Italy. Nov 2003. MicroImage, Tissue, Articulate.

CODE. Ars Electronica. Linz, Austria. 7 - 9 Sept 2003. MicroImage, Tissue.

Abstraction Now. Kunstlerhaus Wien. Vienna, Austria. 29 Aug - 28 Sept 2003. MicroImage, Articulate.

Danish Film Institute. Copenhagen, Denmark. May 2003. MicroImage, Seed, Mediation videos.


2002

Digital Showcase 18. Amoda. Austin, Texas. 10 Dec 2002. MicroImage, Mediation animation.

Translations/Transgressions. University of Rhode Island. Kingston, RI. 17 Oct - 8 Dec 2002. Tissue.


2001

Bitforms Inaugural Group Show. bitforms gallery. New York, NY. 15 Nov - 2 Dec 2001. Path prints.

Interaction ’01. IAMAS. Ogaki, Japan. 26 Oct - 4 Nov 2001. RPM.

Animations. P.S.1. Queens, NY. 14 Oct 2001 - 13 Jan 2002. Dakadaka.

Workspheres. MoMA. New York, NY. 8 Feb - 22 Apr 2001. Atmosphere, collaborative project with the Aesthetics + Computation Group at MIT.


2000

New York Digital Salon. New York, NY. 6 Nov - 9 Dec 2000. Egg Machine.

Projects from the ACG. Cooper Union. New York, NY. Plane Modulator, Reactive Box.

Print on Screen. Ars Electronica Center. Linz, Austria. Dakadaka.