Born 1980 in Urbana, IL, United States
Lives and works in New York, NY


Universität der Künste, Berlin, Prof. Leiko Ikemura, 2002-2004
University of Chicago, BA in Visual Arts and English Language and Literature, 2001

Solo Exhibitions

• New iPhone (Self) Portraits, Kosmetiksalon Babette, Berlin, Germany
Negative Empire, Entwine, New York, NY
• Entwine, New York, NY
Find A New Illusion, Galerie Fridey Mickel, Berlin, Germany
The Dream Is Over, Kunstsalon, Berlin, Germany
Feels like Heaven, Galerie LaGiraffe, Berlin, Germany
Inside/Out, Windowlicker, Berlin, Germany
Spiegelreflex, Der Garten Galerie, Berlin, Germany
• Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin, German

Group Exhibitions

• South Bronx Independent Artists Coalition, 37 Bruckner Boulevard, the Bronx, NY

• ALL OR NOTHING: The Psyche of Sincerity, Long Island City Arts Festival, Queens, NY

• Smart Dust, Gallery SLA 307, New York, NY

• Published by the Artist, International Print Center New York, New York, NY
• Invitational, The Navy Yards, Brooklyn, NY

• It's a Bored Nation, Kunsthalle Projects, Brooklyn, NY
• The Invitational, Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY

• On-Looking, Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY
Thrills and Chills, Art Athina, Athens, Greece
• The Legend of the Shelves, Autocenter, Berlin, Germany
• Save As: Science, Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin, Germany
• The Lost Garden, Hermannstr. Courtyard, Berlin, Germany
• Dawn of the Hermetics, Kosmetiksalon Babette, Berlin, Germany

• Gift Shop II, Kosmetiksalon Babette, Berlin, Germany
Each Memory Recalled Must Do Some Violence to Its Origins - curateed by Aaron Moulton, undisclosed location, Utah, USA
• Miniature by Serendipity, Kosmetiksalon Babette, Berlin, Germany
Fax, Utah MoCA, Salt Lake City, Utah
Artists Merchandising Art, Wunderloch Kellerland, Berlin, What the Shop, Vienna, La Guillotine/Atelier Reflexe, Paris and Fluid Archives, Hamburg

Gift Shop, Kosmetiksalon Babette, Berlin, Germany
• Lark/Plunge, curated by Celina Basra, Atelierhof Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
YOU ARE FREE, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria
starving artist superstar, curated by the Freie Universität Berlin students in Curatorial Studies, Archive Books, Berlin, Germany
Curator's Choice, Tape, Berlin, Germany
a painting show, curated by Aaron Moulton, Autocenter, Berlin, Germany
Metrospective 1.0, Program Gallery, Beriln, Germany
Deconstruction/Construction, Tape, Berlin, Germany
Spätkauf, Kunstverein Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
New American Values, Atelierhof Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany

First Feinkost Triennial, Feinkost Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Harder But Still Easy, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
4art x 5days, 07. Berliner Kunstsalon, Berlin, Germany
• First Steps, Babette, Berlin Germany
• Videodrome, curated by Aaron Moulton, Autocenter, Berlin, Germany
Source/Resource, Wilde Gallery, Berlin, Germany
YOU ARE FREE, Tape, Berlin, Germany
Waking the Dead, Autocenter, Berlin, Germany

FMAB in NYC, Naiagra, Ave. A and 7th, NYC, USA
Less is More, curated by Margherita Belaief, Forgotten Bar Project, Berlin, Germany
Waking the Living, SN Studios, Berlin, Germany
Grand Opening, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to…, Berlin, Germany
Almost Made it to Mitte, Temporäre Kunsthalle Friedrichshain, Berlin, Germany
Duck & Cover, Tease Art Fair, Cologne, Germany

Summer Jam: Made in 08, Galerie T-40, Düsseldorf, Germany
Ausländer in Berlin, curated by Margherita Belaief, Citric Gallery, Brescia, Italy

• Magistrale Arts Festival, Berlin, Germany

Reflections, Temporary Art Space, Berlin, Germany

Underground, group exhibition with the Ikemura class of the Üniversität der Künste Berlin in the unfinished U5 Kanzleramt underground
Weapons of Mass Distraction, Mudd Club Workshop, Berlin, Germany

Transmissions from Across the Atlantic, Mudd Club Workshop, Berlin, Germany

Overkill, Heeresbaekerei, Berlin, Germany


• Autocenter, Catalogue, 2014
Interview with Daniel Kingery and Julie McKim, White Hot Magazine, 05.2010
Ausländer in Berlin, Catalogue, Citric Gallery, Brescia, 2008
White Cube Ambitions, Spex Magazine, 01.2008
Almost Nothing, New York Arts Magazine, 01.2007-02.2007