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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
Center for the Humanities, Department of Geography
February 16, 2017
Wesley Gallery, Coral Gabels, FLA

"Crocker Land: A Mirage in the Archive"
In collaboration with Carolyn Dinshaw, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
Department of Art History

March 18 5:30pm-7:30pm
Past Imperfect Seminar
Seminar Room 3/4, 2o Gordon Square, London

'Inverted Lands and Queer Objects': Mirages, Digital Maps and the Historical Problem of Location"
In collaboration with Carolyn Dinshaw, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University

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U.C. BERKELEY
Center for New Media | Center for the Study of Sexual Culture
12 October, 2015 | 12:00-2:00 pm | 370 Dwinelle Hall

"NON-EXISTENT AT 82° 30? N 108° 22? W: MIRAGES, DIGITAL MAPS, AND THE HISTORICAL PROBLEM OF LOCATION"

In collaboration with Carolyn Dinshaw, Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University

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THE CENTER FOR LAND USE INTERPRETATION
"THE COUNTRY TURNING UPSIDE DOWN"

CLUI Wendover, Exhibit Hall 1
July, 2015-to present

This past week, I installed a forty-eight foot paneled photograph of a mirage in Exhibit Hall 1. Opposite the photo panels are texts about mirages gathered while I was a resident at CLUI last August. The texts are plucked from high and low culture; from sources as temporally disparate as Aristotle, The Three Stooges, and Warren Buffett.

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DIGITAL QUEERS CONFERENCE
The New School & Goldsmiths

June 25-June 27, 2015

Keynote Presentation: "Non-Existent at 82° 30° N 108° 22° W: Mirages, Digital Maps, and the Historical Problem of Location” with Carolyn Dinshaw

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THE CENTER FOR LAND USE INTERPRETATION
Wendover, Utah

August, 2014

This August, I’ll be a resident at The Center for Land Use Interpretation, where I’ll be photographing mirages, as well as building and operating a public "Mirage Viewing Station" on the Bonneville Salt Flats.

REMOVING FRANCO
(OMG THIS IS SO EASY!)

Spring, 2014

A response to James Franco’s New Film Stillscurrently on view at Pace Gallery. PDF (3.8MB)

NYU INSTITUTE, ABU DHABI
Artist Talk with Carolyn Dinshaw
March 30, 2014
"Exploring Nowhere: Mirages, Digital Maps, and the Historical Problem of Location"

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PETER FINGESTEN GALLERY
"OBLIQUE STRATEGIES"

January 27 – February 21, 2014
Reception: Feb 5, 2014 6-8pm
Pace University
1 Pace Plaza, New York

REANIMATION LIBRARY| GOWANUS BRANCH
Proteus Gowanus

Jan 4-March 16, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 11

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PROTEUS GOWANUS
Artist Talk with Carolyn Dinshaw

Sunday, February 23, 2014 4:00 pm
"Exploring Nowhere: Mirages, Digital Maps, and the Historical Problem of Location"

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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
MIRAGE | TIME

Theory in Dispute II
October 19, 2013

Carolyn Dinshaw (NYU, Department of Social and Cultural Analysis) and Marget Long (Visual Artist) will be giving a collaborative presentation on mirages, photography, medieval maps of Paradise and Geographic Imaging Systems (GIS) such as Google Earth.

ARTS, LETTERS & NUMBERS
“MIRAGE | HORIZON"

July 27, 2013

I will be giving an artist's talk and participating in a conversation/workshop this weekend on the topic of horizon at Arts, Letters & Numbers, an interdisciplinary space in upstate New York. My talk will present ideas, images and texts around the idea of live landscapes, virtuality, vanishings, and photography from my project on mirages.

DIXON PLACE
"Otherwise: Queer Scholarship into Song"

New York, New York
April 4, 2013

Musician and composer Terry Dame and I collaborated on a piece for the book event 'Otherwise: Queer Scholarship Into Song.' Terry composed a brilliant percussive track inspired by my book Flash + Cube (1965-1975) using flashcube, flashpot and camera shutter sounds.

ICP-BARD | CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES
"Memories Can't Wait"

School at ICP
1114 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York
December 14–December 15, 2012
I will be speaking at this two-day symposium on art and the archive on December 15th at 11:30pm. All of the lectures a free and open to the public.

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
Center for Visual Cultures

November 1, 2012

"The Medium is the Mirage
(Notes on Encounters with Slow Photography)"

This talk uses the mirage as both photographic material and analytical object to think about the physical and temporal experience of photography today. I draw on a wide range of sources: an historic account of “Crocker Land”, the arctic continent that never was; film clips of classic “mirage narratives”; GLOWFLOW, an early experiment with Artificial Reality, as well as works by contemporary artists Phil Chang, Barb Choit, Pradeep Dalal and John Neff, all of whom engage with “slowed” photographic practices that subtly resist the technological mandate of speed that governs image processing today.

BABEL BIENNIAL CONFERENCE
"Cruising the Ruins"
Northeastern University, Boston

September 22, 2012
4:15-5:30

I'm very excited to be presenting the final plenary session in collaboration with Carolyn Dinshaw at the BABEL Working Group's Biennial Conference. Our talk is entitled "Unearthly Paradise" and will be at the Gordon Chapel at Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street.

HASTED KRAEUTLER
“31 Women in Art Photography”
Opening Thursday, July 26th

537 West 24th Street
New York, New York
One of the "Walk-In Portraits" that I made under Mathew Brady's skylight is in this exhibition.

BROOKLYN MUSEUM
"Raw/Cooked: Ulrike Müller"
June 29–September 9, 2012

Elevator Lobbies, Floors 2–5
I have a drawing in this exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.

KUNSTHAUS BREGENZ
Bregenz, Austria
"Herstory Inventory: 100 Feminist Drawings"
April 21-June 24, 2012

My drawing is included in Ulrike Müller's collaborative drawing project now on view at the Kunsthaus Bregenz.