A project that I am part of, Daughters of Hanford, was exhibited at the REACH Museum in Richland, WA from August 2015 – August 2016.  More information can be found here.



A few of my videos will be shown at the Flux Factory as part of the Strobe Network show/performance.  More information can be found here.


I have a work included in the next Particles on the Wall exhibition at Whitman College in Walla Walla.  Stop in and see the exhibit April 2 – May 9th.

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I am excited to be working on a new project, Daughters of Hanford, with Anna King and Kai-Huei Yau.

More information about the project:

Daughters of Hanford: Products of a southeast Washington nuclear reservation Def. Daughter products: Isotopes that are formed by the radioactive decay of some other isotope. In the case of radium-226, for example, there are 10 successive daughter products, ending in the stable isotope lead-206. – Source: U.S. NRC

The Hanford Nuclear Reservation outside of Richland, Wash., has dramatically transformed its desert landscape and the men and women of the Northwest. Through the Daughters of Hanford project, public radio correspondent Anna King, photojournalist Kai-Huei Yau, Washington State University Tri-Cities artist Doug Gast, and WSUTC undergraduate student Joe Jensen will highlight the historically underrepresented perspectives of women of the nuclear site. The Daughters project will include twelve radio feature stories, a multi-platform website, a geo-mapping application and an interactive large-scale portrait exhibition at the new $14-million Reach Interpretive Center in Richland in July 2015. Subjects include: A high-level whistleblower, a tank farm worker and a WWII-era secretary with top-secret clearance.


Look, our basic attitude is that we would like you to succeed. I have an old-fashioned view that friends ought to be supported… The quicker you succeed the better… We want a stable situation. We won’t cause you unnecessary difficulties.”

~US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to Argentine Foreign Minister, Admiral Cesar Augusto Guzzetti, 1976

My work, The Quicker you Succeed the Better, will be exhibited in Pullman for the Faculty Fine Arts Exhibition.  The performance will take place during the opening on August 22, 2013 between 6:00pm and ?.



My two-channel video Erasing the Contemporary Woman was screened recently at Double Vision II at the Herron School of Art and Design at Indiana University.

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Artists include: Charmaine Ortiz—Carolina Beach, North Carolina; Philippos Kappa—Athens, Greece; François Macré—Arrondissement of Gap, France; Adam Forrester—Athens, Georgia; Rembrandt Quiballo—Tempe, Arizona; Douglas Gast—Pullman, Washington; Stefan Petranek—Indianapolis; McLean Fahnestock—Long Beach, California; Malena Barnhardt—Tempe, Arizona; Thomas Lewis—Indianapolis; Emily-Jane Robinson—London, UK; Inese Verina—Riga, Latvia; Paul Wierbinski—Germany

Curated by Flounder Lee


My work is close to home!

See Particles on the Wall at Washington State University’s Tri-Cities Art Center, in Richland, WA from March 5 – April 5, 2013.



As part of Particles on the Wall my work is on exhibit at Central Washington University, in Ellensburg, WA. The exhibit will be open for viewing in the Museum of Culture & Environment on Wednesday through Saturday, from September 19 – December 8, 2012.


My new performance/installation at L.P.E.P. in Buenos Aires, Argentina: