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Selected Film Festivals, Exhibitions, and Awards

  • "The Limits of Photography," January 21–March 25, 2012), Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago, curated by Rod Slemmons. Screening of Print Generation; Sky Blue Water Light Sign shown as a video installation as part of the exhibition.
  • Early Monthly Segments Series, Toronto, Canada. Restored version of Print Generation screened, January 16, 2012.
  • Festival du Noveau Cinéma, Montreal, Canada (October 12–23, 2011). Print Generation screened as part of "Mechanical Reproductions" program, curated by Mark Toscano.
  • Museum of the Moving Image, New York City. Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of "The Cross Revolves at Sunset: Restored Experimental Film from the Academy Film Archive" (part of Avant–garde Masters), January 23, 2011.
  • William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis, MO. Highway Landscape shown as a looped installation piece in "Ab/Fig," a group show curated by Wendy Cooper, November 19, 2010–January 15, 2011. Other artists in the show included Gerhard Richter, Cindy Sherman, Ellen Gallagher, and Barnaby Furnas.
  • UCLA Film and Television Archive in conjunction with Los Angeles Filmforum. Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of program curated by Mark Toscano, August 28, 2010.
  • Transmediale 2010, Berlin Germany (February 2–7, 2010). Science Fiction screened as part of the festival.
  • 22nd Annual Images Festival, Toronto, Canada (April 2–11, 2009). Ice screened as apart of festival.
  • Light Industry, Brooklyn, New York. Sky Blue Water Light Sign shown as part of "Genre Trouble" program, curated by Su Friedrich. Fall 2008.
  • Bowdoin College Museum of Art (April 15–June 8, 2008), Brunswick, Maine. Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of a special exhibition on "Landscape" in the Media Gallery. Curated by Alison Ferris.
  • Vassar Experimental Film Festival (February 29, 2008), Poughkeepsie, New York. Featured speaker at the festival, which included screenings of Highway Landscape and Science Fiction.
  • WORK Gallery, Brooklyn, New York. Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of a film exhibition about "water." Curated by David Gatten.
  • Le Festival Vers le Monde (La Roche Sur Yons Film Festival), France. Science Fiction screened as part of film program curated by Marie Losier.
  • Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Sky Blue Water Light Sign and Highway Landscape screened as part of "The Forest in the Machine" exhibition, curated by Jane Gaines et al. Fall, 2005.
  • Oesterreichisches Filmmuseum, Vienna, Austria (November 2004). Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of "Moving Landscapes" exhibition, curated by Barbara Pichler and Andrea Pollach.
  • FotoFest 2004 (February 29–April 16, 2004), Houston, Texas. Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of "Film and Video Series on Water."
  • National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C. (February 23, 2003). Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of "Cinema as Trompe L’oeil" exhibition.
  • Virginia Film Festival (October 24–27, 2002). Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened as part of festival.
  • Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City. Sky Blue Water Light Sign screened in "The Cool World: Film & Video in America 1950–2000," as part of larger exhibition entitled "The American Century (Part 2): Art & Culture: 1950–2000." December 1999–February 2000.
  • Carolina Film and Video Festival, Greensboro, North Carolina (March 29–April 1, 1995). Attended festival to introduce and discuss Horicon.
  • South Korean Experimental Film Exhibition (December 6–9, 1994). Print Generation screened as part of the first major exhibition of experimental films in South Korea. Two screenings of the film were organized by the New Image Group at the University of Seoul. A small catalog accompanied the exhibition.
  • American Independent Films Abroad Program, Berlin Film Market, Germany (February 1994). Horicon screened as part of international market (2 screenings).
  • The Rivertown International Film Festival (1994), Minneapolis, MN. Attended festival to screen and discuss Horicon.
  • Arizona International Film Festival (1994), Tucson. Attended festival to introduce and discuss Horicon (2 screenings).
  • Women in Film International Film Festival (March 36, 1994), Los Angeles, CA. Horicon screened as part of festival.
  • The Virginia Festival of American Film (Oct 28–31, 1993), Charlottesville, VA. Attended festival to screen and discuss Horicon.
  • 43rd Annual Congress of the International Federation of Film Archives (May 17–19, 1987), West Berlin, Germany. Print Generation screened as part of program.
  • 48th Annual Exhibition: "Recent Filmmaking in Central New York" at Munson–Williams Proctor Institute (Spring 1986), Utica, New York. Movie Stills screened as part of program.
  • The Florence Film Festival (Dec 12–16, 1985), Italy. Attended festival to screen and discuss Frame of Mind.
  • Curated Exhibit: "Chance in Time: Random Operations in Film," San Francisco Cinematheque, June 1985. Ice screened as part of program.
  • Auckland Film Festival (1984), New Zealand. Science Fiction screened as part of festival.
  • Edinburgh International Film Festival (Aug 21–Sept 3, 1983), Scotland. Terminal Disorder screened as part of festival.
  • Wellington Film Festival (July 8–23, 1983), New Zealand. Science Fiction screened as part of festival.
  • Collective for Living Cinema, New York City. Print Generation screened as part of "Ten Years of Living Cinema" Exhibition (catalogue), October 6, 1982.
  • New York Film Festival (Sept 24–Oct 10, 1982). Science Fiction screened as part of festival.
  • Bellevue Film Festival (1982), Bellevue, WA. Science Fiction screened as part of festival.
  • Athens International Film Festival (1981), Athens, OH. Science Fiction received Special Merit Award.
  • Ann Arbor Film Festival (1981), Ann Arbor, MI. Science Fiction received Judge's Award (TOUR).
  • New York Film–Makers Exposition (1981), Brooklyn. Science Fiction shown as part of festival (TOUR).
  • The Great Lakes Film Festival (1980), Milwaukee, WI. Science Fiction received first place prize (experimental category).
  • Third International Avant–Garde Festival (June 9–17, 1979), London, England. Science Fiction screened as part of American program.
  • Filmworks 78–79 (May 1–3, 1979), The Kitchen Center, New York City. Science Fiction screened as part of festival.
  • Ninth International Forum of Young Cinema (Feb 22–Mar 3, 1979), West Berlin, Germany. Special guest of the festival to screen and discuss Movie Stills.
  • Documenta 6 (1977), Kassel, Germany. Print Generation screened as part of major international arts festival.
  • Edinburgh International Film Festival (Aug 24–Sept 9, 1975), Scotland. Print Generation screened as part of the North American Avant–Garde Program.
  • Fifth International Forum of Young Cinema (June 27–July 8, 1975), West Berlin, Germany. Special guest of the festival to screen and discuss Print Generation.
  • Fifth International Experimental Film Competition (Dec 25, 1974–Jan 1, 1975), Knokke–Heist, Belgium. Print Generation received a Centre Experimental du Cinema Price of 25,000BF.
  • Bellevue Film Festival (1973), Bellevue, WA. Judge's Award from James Broughton for In Progress.
  • Visions Festival of Contemporary Film (1973), Urbana, IL. Highway Landscape screened as part of "American Dreams and Nightmares" program.
  • Independent Film–Makers Competition (1972), Mt. Pleasant, MI. Judge's Awards for Highway Landscape, Ice, and In Progress.
  • Monterey Independent Film–Makers Festival (1972), Monterey, CA. Highway Landscape received a Judge's Award from James Broughton.
  • Bellevue Film Festival (1972), Bellevue, WA. Highway Landscape screened as part of festival.
  • Refocus Film Festival (1972), Iowa City, IA. Judge's Award for In Progress.
  • Yale Film Festival (1972), New Haven, CT. Highway Landscape screened as part of festival.
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