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‘Queer Theory Blob’
Blender V. 2.91.2.
Collecting the color data from the cover images from the some of the most popular academic queer theory the past two decades, this blobs creates a data visualution of contemporary queer, circulated, pedagogy.
‘I AM SEEN’
Split Gallery and Benson First Friday Nonprofit‘I Am Seen’ is the culmination of a mentoring partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands made possible by the Omaha Community Foundation, and part of Gen Q supports LGBTQIA2S+ artists & performers within BFF programming through paid opportunities, professional development, community partnerships, and other resources.
Blender V. 2.91.2.
‘Downtown Art Projections’
Funded Projects in collaboration with City of Eugene Cultural Services, Harmonic Laboratory, and Artcity Eugene
ARTD252: Interactive Digital Arts / Sound Remixing + Processing / University of Oregon / M. Mackey
ARTD250: Print Based Media / Illustration / University of Oregon / D. Bonner
ARTD250: Print Based Media / Illustration + Gameboard Print / University of Oregon / S. Goetze
ARTD252: Interactive Digital Arts / Makey-Makey + Processing / University of Oregon / K. F. Chu
ARTD252: Interactive Digital Arts / Making a Video Game in Processing / University of Oregon /W. Bolls
ARTD252: Interactive Digital Arts / Tangible Response/ University of Oregon / C. C. Lin
TA, ARTD199: Creative Coding / 3D Printed Code Abstraction Documentation / University of Oregon / M. Loebel
‘Writing on CFAR: Online Exhibitions’
Variable West Platform
Interveiw with Brian Gillis (Director of CFAR) and Eden V. Evans (Artist) about their work within online exhibitions and cultural labor in a post-pandemic context.
‘Writing and Presentation on: Internet Pedagogy’
Interve- Presentation and part of the exhibition (http://www:) revolving around the anniversary of the world wide web and its contemporary ontology. Curated by Hannah Newman.
Connection. Seclusion. A longing for warmth, for light, for something new, something familiar. We all get in our heads, in our shells, in our cocoons, get lonely, get bummed out. In “pink sheets” members of Tropical Contemporary are sinking into the winter blues and figuring out new ways to meet people there.”
‘EYE LOVE YOU’
Tropical Contemporary Gallery, Eugene, OR, USA: Features: Beki Basch, Eden V. Evans, Hasler Gomez, Laura Butler Hughes, Krista Raasch, Beth Robinson
Curated, of ‘EYE LOVE YOU’ the last physical show of the Tropical Contemproary artist run space in March 2020, right before the COVID-19 pandemic. The show, at the time, was meant to embrace aspects of materiality in homes along with aspects of care-taking, with a play on words in the title from ‘I’ to ‘Eye’ for visualizing aspects of labor that might not be embraced casually in gallery settings.
Commerical Software Knowledge, Design, and Output Processes (Adobe Suite, Cinema 4D, Blender, and more)