Christopher Robbins works on the uneasy cusp of public art and international development, creating sculptural interventions in the daily lives of strangers. He uses heavy material demands and a carefully twisted work-process to craft awkwardly intimate social collaborations.

He has lived and worked in London, Tokyo, West Africa, the Fiji Islands, and former Yugoslavia, built his own hut out of mud and sticks and lived in it while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Benin, West Africa, spoke at a United Nations conference about his cross-cultural work in the South Pacific.

As a way of probing the troubling power dynamics he witnessed in his cross-cultural work, he co-founded the Ghana ThinkTank in 2006. With the mission “Developing the First World," they collect problems in the so-called "Developed" world, and send them to think tanks they established in Cuba, Ghana, Iran, Mexico, El Salvador, and the U.S. prison system to analyze and solve (the network continues to grow.)

Then they work with the communities where the problems originated to implement those solutions - whether they seem impractical or brilliant.

His recent work has been featured in major international exhibitions such as the Venice Biennial of Architecture; the National Museum of Wales; Hong Kong/Shenzhen Biennale in Shenzhen, China; ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany; New Museum Festival of Ideas; the Foundation for Art and Technology, Liverpool, UK; Nikolaj Kunsthallen/Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center; and Eyebeam Center, New York, and has been awarded residencies or fellowships from Skowhegan, MacDowell Colony, Haystack, Penland and Anderson Ranch, among others.

The Ghana ThinkTank was awarded a Creative Capital Grant in 2013, and spoke at the 2014 Creative Time Summit.

Christopher Robbins has an MFA from RISD Rhode Island School of Design, and teaches sculpture and art for social change at SUNY Purchase College School of Art & Design.

 

SELECTED RESUME

 

EDUCATION

 

2009 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

2007 MFA Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).

2000 Dropped out of Pratt Institute to move to London and Fiji.

1995 BA University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

1994 Tokyo International University. Japan.

 

EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

2016
Counter Current 16, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, Houston, Texas. April 12-16.
Art, Architecture and Urban Change. Passage Gallery, SUNY Purchase College, New York. February 13-March 16.

2015
The Collection Museum, Lincoln, UK. Freedom Lies. Oct-Feb 2016.
Urban Künste Ruhr, Germany. Connecting Cities: In/ Visibility.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. Connecting Cities: In/ Visibility. Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT). Build your Own.
Museum Lakenhal. Leiden, Netherlands. Global Imaginations.
Franklin StreetWorks. Stamford, CT. Acting on Dreams.
New Museum Ideas City, with Art in Odd Places, May 28-30.
Fusebox Festival, Austin TX, April 1-13.

2014
Ghana ThinkTank at Creative Time Summit, Stockholm, Sweden.
Museum Arte Util, Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Ghana ThinkTank at the Mexican Border, ToroLab, La Granja, Tijuana, Mexico.

2013
Between Bodies, USC Roski School of Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA. April 20 - May11, 2013
Come in, We're Open. Curated by Edith Abeyta, Owen Driggs, and Carol Zou. LACC, Los Angeles, CA.
Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good. Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL. May 24-Sep 1.

2012
Ghana ThinkTank at 13th International Venice Architecture Biennale. Official U.S. Presentation - Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good. Organized by the Institute for Urban Design. August-November, 2012.
The Ripple Effect: Currents of Socially Engaged Art. Ghana ThinkTank at Art Museum of the Americas. October 25, 2012 - January 13, 2013.
The Protest that Never Ends. Ghana ThinkTank at Artisterium - 5th Tbilisi Annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition. Tblisi, Georgia. October 2012.
Hong Kong & Shenzen bi-city biennale, The Ghana ThinkTank. Dec. 2011-Feb. 18, 2012.
ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art. The Global Contemporary: Art Worlds After 1989. Sept. 17th, 2011–Feb. 5th, 2012

2011
Insite: Art+Commemoration at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC). Sep, 2011.
Ghana Think Tank at Tania Bruguera's Immigrant Movement International. June 5, 2011.
Queen's Museum of Art, Creative Time Open Door Commission. May 8 - Aug 14, 2011.
Creative Time presents Ghana Think Tank at the New Museum Festival of Ideas for the New City. May 7, 2011.
Squat The Condos! Workshop at Trade School, New York, NY. April 10, 2011.
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. Sculptural Event/ Action Research in Trade School's A Coincidence of Wants. March 25, 2011.
Next Time Almost - a miniature statue of liberty. Chashama at the Donnell, 20 West 53 St (across from MoMA).

2010
Dumbo Arts Festival 2010: Collective Consumption.
Paradise, VOX POPULI Gallery. Philadelphia, PA. September 2010.
Eyebeam, New York, NY. Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus. June-August 2010.
Cambridge Arts Council Public Art Award 2010, Exhibition of Finalists (WPA-2010 with John Ewing and Carmen Montoya)

2009
LAND/ ART New Mexico. Pause. Harwood Art Center, New Mexico.
The National Museum of Wales, May you live in interesting times, Ffotogallery, Cardiff, Wales. The Ghana Think Tank.
Queens Museum of Art, NYC. Queens International 4. The Undiscovered Atoll of Flushtopia. As Anti-Fascist Culture Club.
RISD New England Alumni Biennial 2009, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown, Massachusetts.
FACT, Foundation for Arts and Creative Technology, Liverpool, UK. Climate for Change, group show on sustainability including Stefan Szczelkun,N55, Eyebeam, Melanie Gilligan and AIDS-3D. Curated by Heather Corcoran.

2008
Optimism. Westport Art Center, CT, USA. Curated by Michael Connor.
13th Pancevo Biennial of Art, Serbia.

2007
PERFORMA07, Action painter in re-doing of Allan Kaprow's 18 Happenings in 6 Parts. Deitch Studios, NY.
Nikolaj Kunsthallen / Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Denmark. The Tent Show.
RISD Museum. Providence, RI. Sitings 2007 Installation Commission.

2006
Duo Multicultural Art Center. Translations: Misguided Machines and Cultural Loops. New York, NY. Curated by Christiane Paul.
Pixileration Biennial, Autumn 2006. Providence, RI.
Provflux 2006. Mad Crow Collective. Psychogeographical art festival in Providence, RI.
Responsive Environments, Subtle Technologies Symposium Exhibit, Innis Townhall, Toronto, ON.
Sol Koffler Gallery. Providence, RI. Phenomenon.
Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology, CT. Connectivity: The Tenth Biennial on Arts and Technology.

 

AWARDS & RESIDENCIES

2016
Ghana ThinkTank honored at Artistic Noise 15 year celebration (art program with incarcerated youth)

2015
SUNY Arts and Humanities Network of Excellence Award
Eugene and Emily Grant Award
Puffin Foundation

2014
The Kindle Project Fund

2013
Creative Capital Grant in Emerging Fields, Ghana ThinkTank
Artist Residency at Outpost Artist's Resources, Ridgewood, Queens/ Bushwick, Brooklyn.

2012
Nominated for 2012 Sargent Shriver Distinguished Humanitarian Award, National Peace Corps Association
smARTpower - an initiative of the Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, administered by The Bronx Museum of the Arts.
New York State Council on the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts Strategic Opportunity Stipend through Garrison Art Center.

2011
CEC Arts Link award
Puffin Foundation
Black Rock Arts Foundation
New York Art Residency and Studio Foundation, Brooklyn, NY.

2010
Frieze Foundation Cartier Award Finalist, for The Ghana Think Tank.
Ghana Think Tank awarded Creative Time / Queens Museum of Art Public Art Commission
Artist in Residence, The Wassaic Project. Wassaic, New York.

2009
Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Skowhegan, ME.
Finalist, RGASA, NY Studio Gallery, New York, NY.

2008
New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) awarded Fiscal Sponsorship for project 'Dirt for Nauru.'
Artist in Residence, Parfyme Harbor Laboratory, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2007
MacDowell Colony, Fellowship, Peterborough, NH.
Anderson Ranch, Brooks Fellowship. Snowmass, CO.
Artist in Residence, Kala Art Center, Berkeley, CA.
Artist in Residence, Nebraska Art Farm, Marquette, NE.
Haystack School of Crafts, Mary B. Bishop/ Francis S. Merritt Fellowship, Deer Isle, ME.
SITINGS Installation Commission Award, RISD Museum, Providence, RI.

2006
Rhode Island School of Design Award of Excellence, Fine Arts.
Stein Experiential Art Prize, Cross Cultural Cross-Media Art in Ghana.
Haystack School of Crafts, Mad Crow Fellowship Recipient.
Penland School of Crafts, Work-study scholarship recipient.
Artist in Residence, Kokrobitey Insitute of Art, Ghana.

 

PRESS & PUBLICATIONS

ARTS+CULTURE Magazine, Texas. Transformation & Surprise: CounterCurrent Stretches Houston’s Art Expectations. March 17, 2016. (link)

Developing the First World: Exploring the Other Side of Good Intentions. Sara Frizzell, The Banff Centre. March 24, 2016. (link)

Carolina Planning Journal, The Department of City and Regional Planning, UNC Chapel Hill

Transfers, Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies. Volume 6(1), Spring 2016. (link)

The Telegraph, UK. Can Lincoln's Frequency Festival rejuvenate the city's digital side? October 31, 2015

PBS NEWSHOUR: Art Beat. When streets signs tell you to walk, yield and stop racism. Sep 10, 2015. (link)

SudInfo.be (Belgian news site): Des panneaux de signalisation contre le racisme rappellent à l'ordre dans les rues new-yorkaises ('Signs against racism in New York'). September 7, 2015. (link)

HYPERALLERGIC: #BlackLivesMatter Street Signs Coming to New York This Fall. August 31, 2015. (link)

Bmore Art: How to Make Better Art. August 19, 2015. (link)

ArtNet News: Bold ‘Black Lives Matter’ Street Signs Are Coming to New York City.  August 12, 2015. (link)

Brooklyn Magazine: “Black Lives Matter” Street Signs Coming to NYC. August 10, 2015.

ARTslant Worldwide: Turning the Tables on Global Self-Evidence. by Edo Dijksterhuis. July 20, 2015.

NRC Handelsblad (Dutch Newspaper):  Monument voor tolerantie (“Monument to Tolerance”). July 16, 2015.

Ruhr Nachricten (German newspaper): Urban Lights Ruhr - Menschen aus Ghana lösen mit Kunst Probleme in Hagen. July 9 2015. (link)

East Magazine (Italian News Magazine). Art and Architecture: Visioni Globali, Celebrazioni Locali. I Paesi Bassi chiamano a festeggiare la prima Università Olandese di Leiden. July 4, 2015.

Museum Tijdschrift (‘Museum Magazine’ – Dutch Magazine). Leiden Opent Deur Naar Wereldkunst (Leiden opens door to World Art).
July 3, 2015.

Vrij Nederlands (Dutch Weekly News Magazine). ‘Derde wereld’ adviseert de ‘eerste’ Waarom de‘Anne Frank Moskee’ er toch niet kwam (“Third World” advises the “First.” Why the “Anne Frank Mosque” never came to be). June 26, 2015.

Leidsch.nu: Impressies van een tumultueuze aardbol (‘Impressions of a Tumultuous Globe’). June 25.

Univeristy of Leiden. Lustrumexpositie Global Imaginations ontregelt en verbindt (‘Anniversary Exhibition Global Imaginations disrupts and links’). June 25, 2015.

Policy, Prisons, and Pranks: Artists Collide with the World. Grantmakers in the Arts Reader, Vol 25, No 1

Noordhollands Dagblad (Dutch Newspaper). Ghana denktank op zoek naar Leidse problemen ("Ghana ThinkTank wants Leiden's problems"). Jan 9, 2015. (link)

ARTFORUM Diary: Suddenly Next Summit, by Hili Perlson. November 23, 2014. (link)

Dagens Nyheter (Swedish Newspaper). De låter världen lösa svenska problem ("They let the world solve Sweden's problems"). Nov 13, 2014. (link)

What We Want Is Free, Second Edition: Critical Exchanges in Recent Art. Edited by Ted Purves and Shane Aslan Selzer. SUNY Press, 2014.

Hopscotching, Traipsing and Waving in Passing: The Weak Ties of the Networked Art World and the Loss of Criteria. X-TRA Contemporary Art Journal. Summer 2014. (link)

Die Kunst der Infiltration (The Art of Infiltration). Wina Magazine. July 27, 2014. (link)

Time Out Tel Aviv, Ghana ThinkTank. May 26, 2014

Infiltrating our view of asylum seekers. Ghana ThinkTank on Radio TLV1, Tel Aviv, Israel. (link)

Act II: Misguided Machines, by Jay Kirk. The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. (link)

Ghana ThinkTank at the Kindle Project. (link)

The Art Assignment, PBS Digital Studios, Episode 1. (link)

Policy, Prisons, and Pranks: Artists Collide with the World. Grantmakers in the Arts Reader, Vol 25, No 1 (Winter 2014). (link)

Doing it Backwards, Delusions of Development. March 10, 2014.(link)

Your 'Art Assignment,' Should You Choose to Accept it. KQED Arts. February 25, 2014. (link)

New Web Series Will Challenge Your Narrow Definition Of Art. The Huffington Post. February 22, 2014. (link)

Will you accept Sarah Urist Green's 'Art Assignment'? February 17, 2014. (link)

An Assignment You Won’t Refuse. Flashcard Magazine. (link)

Ghana ThinkTank at Museum Arte Util, Eindhoven, Netherlands. (link)

Cross-Cultural Think Tank, RISDNews, 06/06/2013. (link)

Ghana ThinkTank: Solving 'First' World Problems. One Loud Bellow, 5/3/2013. (link)

The Global Contemporary and the Rise of New Art Worlds. Edited by Hans Belting, Andrea Buddensieg, and Peter Weibel. The MIT Press (March 8, 2013)
Art Forum: Creative Capital Announces 2013 Emerging and Performing Arts Grantees. January 10, 2013.
Artinfo: Creative Capital Grants Upwards of $4-Million to 46 Projects for 2013. January 11, 2013.
The Washington Post. Artists go beyond the gallery walls. By Michael O'Sullivan. November 2, 2012. (link).
Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawing of Buildings. Edited by Matt Bua and Max Goldfarb. Laurence King Publishers (October 31, 2012)
On New Creative Time Website, Artists Report From Around the World. Gallerist NY/ The Observer. October 10, 2012. (link).
Ghana ThinkTank's Top Five on CREATIVETIME REPORTS. October 5, 2012. (link).
NYTimes.com - Guerilla Art Fair: Art in Odd Places Returns to 14th Street. September 4, 2012, at (link).
Art Week - Washington Project for the Arts and Art Museum of the Americas Announce The Ripple Effect: Currents of Socially Engaged Art. September 1, 2012. (link).
A Study in Access: A Review of Nicholas Cohn’s Art and Social Activism. chashama. August 8, 2012. (link).
Interview: Christopher Robbins on Ghana ThinkTank. In Provisions Library: Arts for Social Change. July 24, 2012. (link).
Kony This: 'Ghana ThinkTank' Turns the Tables on White Saviors. Colorlines Magazine. March 22, 2012. (link)
Q8 CSPA Quarterly / Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts: The International Issue: The Sea is Rising, July 2012. (link)
Art in America Magazine: Heading up the Biennial Department: Q+A With Terence Riley. December 29, 2011. (link).
Shenzhen's Strada Novissima. Stylepark. 21 December 2011. (link)
World Architecture News: 2011 Shenzhen and Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture programme announced. December 2, 2011. (link).
Design Boom: shenzhen & hong kong bi-city 2011 biennale of architecture\urbanism. (link).
Architecture Daily: Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture. November 5, 2011. (link).
Brian Lehrer Show, CUNY TV 75, October 18, 2011. (link).
Team America: Artists As Cultural Ambassadors. Art in America, October 2011. (link).
The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC.ORG: InSite: Art + Commemoration (link).
Ghana ThinkTank in the LandFill Archive. September, 2011. (link).
Straight Talk with Nigel Hollis: What brands can learn from the Ghana Think Tank. (link).
ARTNews: It's Not Just a Museum, It's a Think Tank. (link).
NYC ARTS: Ghana ThinkTank in Corona. (link). The Utopianist: Big Ideas in The US, Festival of Ideas Features Mobile Art Studio, Interactive Think Tank and More (link).
Ghana ThinkTank is Black Rock Arts Foundation 2011 Grantee (link).
Community Toolbox/ bringing solutions to light: The Ghana ThinkTank. June 3, 2011. (link).
Ghana ThinkTank at Immigrant Movement International. (link).
Purchase Professor Uniting Communities Through Art. Harrison Patch, May 13, 2011. (link).
New York Post: His students know 'squat', April 11, 2011. This article sparked a minor tabloid furor that spread to the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, and the right-wing blogosphere. (link).
ARTINFO: The Art of Squatting: New York Art Professor Teaches Students How to Live Off the Man. April 12, 2011. (link).
Taking Matters Into Your Own Hands: Revitalising The WPA With Action Research. PSFK: Piers and Simon (Fawkes and King). (link).
Ghana Think Tank in Ma'ariv (Isarael), February 2, 2011. (link)
Wall Street Journal: Judgment Day in Queens, Five Artists Present Ideas for the Borough's Next Public Project.
July 31, 2010. (link)
The Roosevelt Institute: A DIY, Modern-day WPA Program. July 30, 2010. (link)
Art 21 interview with Christopher Robbins (link)
Queens Chronicle – Residents team up for a public project. August 12, 2010. (link)
Gangemi Design: Ghana Think Tank - Turning Aid and Innovation on their Heads. May, 2010. (link).
GOOD Magazine: Bringing Back the WPA, Because the Government Hasn't. April 26, 2010. (link)
Boing-boing.net: Ghana Think Tank - the World Majority Solves the First World's Problems. (link)
Deepcraft Interview with Christopher Robbins (link)
Rhode Island State Council of the Arts (RISCA) The inappropriate covers show. April 8, 2009. (link)
Lawrence Weiner Redux. In Migrating Reality. KHM - Kunsthochschule für Medien, Cologne, Germany.
Shedworking. Christopher Robbins: Albatross House. October 2008. (link)
Annual Art Harvest a cross-cultural artistic experience. The Grand Island Independent. Oct 26, 2007. (link)
Friday Live, October 26, 2007 program from Nebraska NPR. (link)
Newly sited. Cover Article, RISDviews, Spring 2007.
944/Phoenix. 2007. (link)
Arvore de Contraplacando. DIF Magazine. (link)
Next.now. The Providence Phoenix. May 23, 2007. (link)
Hi_res Magazine. (link).
Mocoloco. (link)
Turbulence.org / Networked Performance. April 19, 2006. (link)
We make money not art. April, 2006. (link)
Netdiver Interview with Christopher Robbins: thinker, author/activist + (web) designer. 2001. (link)
The Austin Chronicle, March 16, 2001. SXSW Web Awards. (link)

 

LECTURES/ VISITING ARTIST
2016
Ghana ThinkTank Workshop, University of Houston, Texas. April 10.
Panelist, RISD Rhode Island School of Design Digital+Media Program, February 20, 2016.
Panelist, New York University Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, February 9, 2016.

2015
Ghana ThinkTank at Banff Centre Talks, Banff, CA. December 7. (link)
Artist talk. Eugene Lang College, the New School. Manhattan, New York.  February 20, 2015.
Artist talk. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. March 3, 2015.

2014
Ghana ThinkTank at Creative Time Summit, Stockholm, Sweden. November 16, 2014. (link)
Ghana ThinkTank at The CUNY Graduate Center, The City University of New York. October 28, 2014.
Artist Talk. The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Philadelphia, PA. March 27, 2014.
Artist Talk. Artport Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel. May 30.
Critical Referent. "Freehouse: Radicalizing the Local," an international symposium, workshop and deliberation organized by Jeanne van Heeswijk, Ashraf Osman and Pablo Calderon. Afrikaanderwijk, Rotterdam, Netherlands. January 15, 2014.
Artist Talk. Pratt Institute. Critical & Visual Studies program. Brooklyn, New York. February 19, 2014.
Workshop with Urban Bush Women, SUNY Purchase College, October 5, 2013.
Summit of Practical Utopias. Brioni, Croatia. September 26-29, 2013. (link)

2013

Artist talk/ workshop with Ghana ThinkTank at Open Engagement | Art + Social Practice, Portland State University, Portland, OR. May 17, 2013.
Artist talk with Ghana ThinkTank at California Institute of the Arts, in Valencia, California. April 18, 2013.
Artist talk with Ghana ThinkTank at University of Southern California Roski School of Fine Arts, Los Angeles, California. April 20, 2013.
Artist talk at Tyler School of Art. Philadelphia, PA. March 28, 2013.
In conversation at Eyebeam Center for Art & Technology, 540 W 21st St. New York, NY. March 20, 2013 7-8:30PM. "Who gets to speak up?" A candid conversation about collaboration and participation with Huong Ngo,Christopher Robbins, and Kerry Downey. Part of the conversation series "Fucking Up: Learning from Mistakes in Art and Education."
Artist talk at Parsons the New School for Design, New York, NY. March 19, 2013. "Design Paradigms + Practices."
Distinguished Speaker Series, New Hampshire Institute of Politics, Manchester, NH. Jan 17, 2013.
In conversation with Valentina Curandi and Nathaniel Katz of the Pacifist Library, Nina Katchadourian, and Elizabeth Demarray, at Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert Gallery 523 W 19th St, Chelsea, NYC. Jan 23, 2013.

2012

Christopher Robbins in Conversation with Mary Flanagan, Parsons The New School for Design. March 20, 2012.
Guerilla Public Art, Trade School at the Museum of Art and Design, New York. March 15, 2012. With Aaron Krach.
Public Project series on Collaborative Social Practice, Pratt Institute w18th Studio. March 6, 2012. With Aaron Krach.
How to be an Outsider, Artist talk at Tishman Auditorium, Parson's The New School for Design, New York, NY.
Audacity and innovation across cultures, at Wolff Olins Brand Consultants, New York, NY.

2011

Hubs and Spokes Panel at Bronx River Art Center, New York, November 22, 2011.
Presenter, Design at Scale: Building a Rigorous Ecosystem. DMI Design/Management Annual 36, New York, NY. October 25-26, 2011.
Congress of Collectives, Oct 1-23, various locations througout New York City.
Ghana ThinkTank presentation, exhibition and interventions at MobilityShifts Conference, Vera List Center for Art and Politics, The New School, October 10-16, 2011.
Guest Speaker. Woodstock Digital Media Festival, Woodstock, VT. June 18, 2011,
Resident Artist Presentation, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY. June 15, 2011.
Artist Talk, ArtGate Gallery, 520 W 27th St #101 New York, NY. June 4th, 2011.
Ghana ThinkTank presentation at MOMENTA. May 6, 2011.
City as Lab. Presentation at New School for Social Research, New York, NY. march 24, 2011.
Faculty Colloquium, New Faculty, New Work, SUNY Purchase College. April 12, 2011.
Squat The Condos: How to be a counter-culture dilettante, Trade School, NYC. April 10, 2011.

2010Sensing the Global. Presentation at New School for Social Research, New York, NY. October 14, 2010.
The Ghana Think Tank: Developing the First World. In DESIGN>ED, South Africa. (No. 2, 2010, pp160-165) (link)
Panelist, Studio Fuse Artist Residency Roundtable. August 10, 2010. (link)
WPA 2010: Action Research Workshop. Eyebeam Atelier, New York, NY. (link)
Think Tank the Think Tank (with Ghana Think Tank). Eyebeam Atelier, New York, NY. (link)
Panelist, On Networked Solidarity. Eyebeam Atelier, New York, NY. (link)
Artist Talk. Barnard College, Columbia University, Urban Studies program, New York, NY.
Artist Talk. Cambridge Arts Council. Cambridge, MA. New Hampton School.
Community Action Research techniques. Trade School. New York, NY.

2009Artist Talk. University of New Mexico Fine Arts program, Albuquerque, NM, USA.

2008Techniques for multi-ethnic community collaborations: Working Across Cultures. U.S. State Department Speaker's Program. US Embassy Belgrade, Serbia.

The Cinema Works Again! on panel "Da li smo uradili to što smo mislili?" (Do you practice what you preach?). Old Military Theatre, Vranje, Serbia.

Cinema Snacks - Chico State’s short-film fest focuses on the narrative. November 6, 2008. Chico News and Review, Chico, CA. (link)

2007Artist Talk. MacDowell Colony. Peterborough, NH. December, 2007.

Crossing Conventions in Web-Based Art: Deconstruction as a Narrative Device. Leonardo, Vol. 40, Issue 2. Cambridge: MIT press.

Other people's flowers: some personal reflections on researching as an outsider. In Indigenous Encounters: reflections on relations between people in the Pacific, Center for Pacific Islands Studies Occasional Paper Series, University of Hawaii, No. 43.