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wide shot of ceramic mosaic The Worlds We Speak at LaGuardia Airport
The Worlds We Speak installed at LaGuardia Airport’s new Terminal C

SCREENINGS & TALKS

*My feature film What We Left Unfinished is now streaming on the Criterion Channel for home viewers and Docuseek for educational. Contact Dekanalog for licensing or theatrical; Good Docs to book an educational or museum screening in the US/UK/AUS/NZ, and Arsenal to book screenings elsewhere.

*The City & The City screens at Maysles Documentary Center on Thursday July 26th at 7:30 pm as part of Prismatic Ground Presents: Christopher Harris, along with shorts by Christopher Harris and Cauleen Smith, followed by a Q&A with me, Chris, and Michael B. Gillespie.

*My new short The Fire This Time, commissioned by Field of Vision, will screen at the BlackStar Film Festival in person at the Montgomery Theater/Penn Live Arts on August 6th at 1 pm, and online via Eventive on August 6th at 2 pm.

PUBLIC PROJECTS

*The Worlds We Speak – a ceramic mosaic based on a data visualization of linguistic diversity in the NYC metro area – can be found in baggage claim in Terminal C of LaGuardia Airport as of June 2022.

ONLINE

*Some coverage of my recently unveiled commission for LaGuardia Airport (June 2022)

*I interviewed Rahraw Omarzad about the future of Afghan arts for Frieze (March 2022)

*A conversation with Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb and Chitra Ganesh on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 for The East is a Podcast (September 2021)

*An interview with Perwana Nazif about What We Left Unfinished for Artforum (September 2021)

*A conversation with Erin Ellen Kelly, Theresa Bautista, Philip Velinov, Dean Otto and Miranda Lash about When the Spirits Moved Them, They Moved, for the Speed Art Museum (October 2020)

*An interview with Marisa Mazria Katz and the New Models podcast about the ideas behind my film-in-progress Dis-Ease (November 2019)

*An interview about and glimpse into the research process for Dis-Ease, for the Wellcome Collection in September 2018

*The Garden of Forked Tongues, originally commissioned by the Queens Museum of Art in conjunction with Nonstop Metropolis: The Remix. A collaboration with the Endangered Language Alliance, Effi Ibok and Josh Begley.

*Rhizome preserved the 2004 web project How Do You See the Disappeared? A Warm Database as part of Net Art Anthology (now a book); Chitra and I had a conversation with Michael Connor about it and I was also on a New Museum panel about net art, dispersion and disappearance after 9/11 with Eva & Franco Mattes, David Joselit, and Aria Dean in November 2017.

*A conversation about art, activism, and how to win by losing with Vince Warren, director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, moderated by curator Amara Antilla, in August 2017

*Interview for the Guggenheim MAP about A Brief History of Collapses (May 2016)

*I’m also (rarely) on Twitter and Instagram.

PRESS

*Press coverage of What We Left Unfinished 

*Dis-Ease in Contagion Live (May 2019) and The Art Newspaper (May 2020)

*A profile in The Guardian for the UK premiere of What We Left Unfinished (June 2019)

*A profile in the Suddeutsche Zeitung (German, April 2019)

*When the Spirits Moved Them, They Moved in The New York Times (January 2019)

*Five artists you need to know, in Elle India (June 2018)

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