Panelist: "The Space of Art" featuring Montserrat College of Art, Professor of Humanities Kate Farrington in conversation with artist John Preus. Monserrat College, February 15, 2018
Paper: "Place' through a Feast of the Five Senses: A Philosophical Consideration of Robin Kahn's 2012 art project dOCUMENTA (13): 'Dining in Refugee Camps: The Art of Sahrawi Cooking.'" in the panel, "Uneasy Feasts" at Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition Conference (PACT) 7th annual meeting, Seattle University, September 24-26, 2015, Seattle, WA
Group Exhibition: "Reclassified at Warehouse XI," Somervile, MA, June 2015
Paper: "Letters in the Landscape: Word and Image and Aesthetics of Place in 'Dear Markus (2011)." Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition (PACT) Conference, Los Angeles, CA, October 2014
Paper: “The One Hotel and the Aesthetics of Place at dOCUMENTA(13)” on the panel “The Rise of the Artist Curator”, 2014 College Art Association (CAA) Conference. Chicago, IL, February 2014
Contributor:“The Rise of the Artist-as-Curator” edited by Gabrielle Gopinath
Published: “The Phoenix and the Shaker Chair: A Comparison of Xu Bing’s The Phoenix Project and Chen Zhen’s The Opening of the Closed Center." Big, Red, and Shiny.
Panel Moderator, “The Non-Places of Art." Pacific Association of the Continental Tradition (PACT) Conference. San Francisco, CA, September 2013
Published, “The Failure of Aesthetics in the Occupy Movement, seen through the lens of the 7th Berlin Biennale” in artcore journal Volume 1, Issue 2, January 2013
Paper: “The Failure of Aesthetics at the 7th Berlin Biennale” at Art as Activism Symposium, Montserrat College, Beverly, MA, October 2012
Public art project: “Facing the Towers: Not a Memorial” (2011), a collaboration with artist Richard Cutrona. The outdoor sculpture was installed at Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg, Massachusetts in 2011, and at Governor’s Island, New York in 2012
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