Looking forward to being a much improved faculty member after my leave! Thanks Youngstown State for supporting my work (and allowing me to take off the spring semester 2016 to make more of it)!
ARTICLE: Why are we eternally fascinated by serial killers? Michael Bond for BBC Future. http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20160331-why-are-we-eternally-fascinated-by-serial-killers. 31 March.
I was honored to have my work in Terratory Journal and discussed by Ryan Nemeth in the article STEPHEN CHALMERS – The Incredible Shrinking City. January 2016.
My work was included in the Women and Methamphetamine Exhibit [9 Modalities], along with the work of Pauline Sameshima, Patricia Maarhuis, John-Paul Chalykoff & Victoriua Bolduc.
→ Traveled to: The LAIR (Lakehead Arts Integrated Research) Gallery. Thunder Bay, Ontario. November 2015 – January 2016, and Baggage Building Arts Centre. Marina Park, Ontario. September – November 2015.
Thank you, Christine Long, for your mention in your article “CSI art: forensics enters the gallery” for the Australian Visual ArtsHub. http://visual.artshub.com.au/news-article/features/visual-arts/christine-long/csi-art-forensics-enters-the-gallery-248768.
Dr. Rebecca Scott Bray included a discussion of work from Unmarked in her piece Rotten Prettiness? The Forensic Aesthetic and Crime as Art in the Australian Feminist Law Journal, 40:1, pp 69-95 – published 6 October 2014.
I’m honored to have my work be part of her research.
An article, written by Dustin Livesay, about my class-photo project (which occurs at the end of each class I teach) was featured as the front-page story in the Youngstown State University student newspaper. It included two photos of my students and I: “Dexter” and “Alice in Youngstown”.
Click the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the front page, or read the full article here: http://www.thejambar.com/photographic-memories/