Cranbrook Academy of Art, MFA in Painting, 1999
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, BFA in Painting and Drawing, 1994
HONORS, AWARDS, COMMISSIONS
San Jose Public Arts Commission: for 'South Bay Talent Center". San Jose, 08
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit / Shrinking Cities: for 'PIONEERS'. Detroit, 07
Creative Work Fund. NPR collaborates with Southern Exposure to present Audio Tours, State of Mind Stations, and Talking Homes. 2006-07
Oakland Arts Council. Grant for a publication project based on material gathered at Laney Flea Market, with Lisa Mezzacappa. 2007
Meet the Composer. Grant award for a Graphic Scores Workshops and live performance in the Bowerbird series. Philadelphia, PA. 2006
Commissioned to create a soundtrack to play continuously for six months of SHOPSHOP, by Anthony DeLuca. NY 2006 - ?
Richmond Art Center. Commissioned to create a public project for the RAC's 70th anniversary exhibition (Field Reports). Richmond, CA, fall 2006
Deep Listening Institute. Invitation for solo performance of new work. Tokyo, 2006
ISEA / Zero One. Community Domain commission award for NPR for the San Jose event, summer 2006
Novi Sad Contemporary Museum. NPR is commissioned to create an experimental radio broadcast. Serbia. 2005
CEC ArtsLink Award. Neighborhood Public Radio goes to Eastern and Western Europe. 2005
Thingamajigs 8. Commissioned, in collaboration with Wayne Grim, to create new instruments and compositions for T8. 2005
Critic’s Pick on Artforum.com. “Sliv & Dulet’s Summer Line.” San Francisco, CA. 2003
Commissioned to create a unique tour of the Bay Area for Toby Amies, host of DCI's "Six Degrees" International Television. 2005
The Presidio Trust. Commissioned to create a human-powered flying machine from garbage. Crissy Field Center, SF. 2003
Poplack Scholarship for Painting, 1997
Three time winner of the front cover of UTC’s bi-annual arts and literary magazine, Sequoya Review, 1994-1995
Art Accent Award in Painting, 1994
Headlands Center for the Arts. NPR in the project space mid-August to mid-September. Sausalito, CA 2007
Southern Exposure. NPR's 'Radio Cartography' project in residence, supported by the Creative Work Fund. SF, 06-07
Amity Works. 'Amity Radio' for the Temescal neighborhood. Oakland, 2006
City of Hamburg International Residency sponsored by HFBK. Hamburg, Germany, 2006
SPACE 538. Resident artist on the occasion of Vendetta Retreat: The Walk-In Revenge Clinic. Portland, Maine, 2005
Kuda.org. Presentations, discussion, workshops, and public broadcasts. Novi Sad, Serbia, 2005
Artist’s Residency at Sanitary Fill Company. San Francisco, CA, 2002
ARTIST TALKS, PRESENTATIONS
Residence College @ SAIC, presentation and crits for Judith Brotman. Chicago, IL. 2008
SAIC. Visiting Artist / Critic for Christy Matson and Maryanne Fairbanks. Chicago, IL, 2008
Princeton University. Sonic Fragments, panel discussion and walking tour project. Princeton, NJ, 2008
SAIC. Guest artist for Lora Lode's 'Alternative Curatorial Practice' class. Chicago, March 2008
University of Delaware. Studio visits and a talk at the invitation of the inimitable LANCE WINN. Newark, DE, 2008
Cranbrook Academy of Art. Studio visits and a public talk. Take that, ivory tower! Bloomfield Hills, MI, 2008
Lisa Dent Gallery - workshop with young brilliant minds from IYEL & World Savvy for 'Global Warming Hut'. SF, CA, 2007
College for Creative Studies. 'Pioneers, BYOBW, and other social works'. Detroit, MI, 2007
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. 'Pioneers' and other works. Detroit, MI, 2007
The Rotunda. A "Meet the Composer" funded presentation / workshop on graphic and textual scores. Philadelphia, PA 2006
Southern Exposure. Presentation and discussion of 'Radio Cartography'. NPR. SF 2006
USF. Presentation and discussion of works. Susan Miller's 'Art Business' class. SF 2006
Therapy Room. NPR presents Potluck Confessional with live performances by local bands and such! Hamburg, 2006
New College. Demonstration and discussion of the 'New music' genre. SF, 2006
California State University of Hayward. Presentation and discussion of solo projects. Hayward, CA. 2005
Space. Presentation and discussion of solo projects. Portland, Maine. 2005
Arena. NPR presents and broadcasts during "The Free Will", a media arts event. Berlin, 2005
Novi Sad Museum of Contemporary Art. Presentation. Novi Sad, Serbia. 2005
B92 Rex Center. "Neighborhood Public Radio" presentation and discussion. Belgrade, Serbia. 2005
Zrenjanin Cultural Center. "NPR" presents its community media practice followed by group discussion. Zrenjanin, Serbia. 2005
Kuda.org. Presentation and discussion of NPR. Novi Sad, Serbia. 2005
Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art / Goethe Institute / Pro.Ba. "Lost In Transition". NPR presentation / discussion. Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina. 2005
Richmond Art Center. Artist's talk and discussion on the occasion of my solo show "Door To Door." Richmond, CA. 2005
California College of the Arts. Visiting artist for Charles Goldman's "Nomadic Studio". 2005
Zhou B Center. NPR presents during Version's NFO-XPO. Chicago, IL. 2005
UC Santa Cruz. Guest lecturer. “Neighborhood Public Radio.” Santa Cruz, CA. 2004
Stanford University. Guest lecturer. “Digital Art in Public Spaces.” Palo Alto, CA. 2004
Center for Creative Studies. Guest lecturer. “DIY Performance.” Detroit, MI. 2004
Southern Exposure. Panel discussion on the occasion of "The Way We Work". SF. 2004
The Sky Dive. 'OPEN HOUSE' (w Sarah Wagner). Houston, 2009
Fringe. 'Monsanto's Workshop - Kernel Square Wave'. LA, CA, 08
Steven Wolf. 'Monsanto's Workshop: Cream Corn & Dark Data'. SF, 08
Kavi Gupta Project Space. NPR presents /FRELAB/ (w Lee Montgomery and Michael Trigilio). Chicago, 08
Lisa Dent Gallery. 'Global Warming Hut' and 'Grossly Modified Objects'. November. SF, CA, 07
21 Grand. 'Gold Record Studios - Live at Laney Flea Market' (w Lisa Mezzacappa). Oakland, CA, 06
Homie. 'Lepidopterists', (w Lee Montgomery and Sarah Wagner). Berlin, 06
Riviera Gallery. 'Strip Club' (w Matt Blake and Enis Sefersah). Brooklyn, 06
Space 538. 'Vendetta Retreat.' Portland, ME, 05
Richmond Art Center. 'Door to Door.' Richmond, CA, 05
Buzz. "The Center for Innovation" (w Marc Horowitz). Oakland, 04
AVA. 'Crossover' (w Sarah Wagner). Chattanooga, TN, 2004
Tangent Gallery. 'Vendetta Retreat.' Detroit, MI, 03
Sanitary Fill Co. Clone Reaction. SF, CA, 02
Amoeba Records. Window 3. Berkeley, CA, 02
Door.7.Gallery. Bring Your Own Big Wheel. Oakland, CA, 02
Donna’s. 'Gum'. Baltimore, MD, 97
Metro Gallery. Small Forms. Chattanooga, TN, 94
SOLO GIGS / PERFORMANCES / ONE-DAY EVENTS
DeYoung Museum. NPR broadcasts as part of the SOEX Offsite Symposium. SF, 07
Koen-dori Classics. Van Boven sponsored by the Deep Listening Institute. Tokyo, 06
IN-F. Van Boven with Umezu Kazutoki, Tatsuo Kondo, and Tada Yoko. Tokyo, 06
Novi Sad Contemporary Museum. Neighborhood Public Radio. Serbia, 05
Pacific Film Archive. 'Busy Signals', curated by Steve Seid. Berkeley, 05
Market Street Bridge. Traffic Conduction. With Sarah Wagner. TN. 2004
YBCA. 'Sliv & Dulet's Sixty Second Symphonies' with Marc Horowitz. SF, 04
Market Street Bridge. 'Traffic Conduction' with Sarah Wagner. TN, 04
Pacific Film Archive. Solo performance in “The Key of Z” series. Curated by Steve Seid. Berkeley, 04
The Sony Metreon. The New Bobby Sextet. SF, 03
'Gold Record Studio - Live at Laney Flea Market'. With Lisa Mezzacappa and 124 others! Oakland, CA, 2007
Afterhours 23 Article Compilation. 'Tributaries' by Jon Brumit, Joe Goldring, and Sean Meadows, trt 19:02. Tokyo, 2006
Van Boven, Duo with Wayne Grim, "I.E.D." Edgetone Records #4029. 2006
"Bloom." Rent Romus and Thollem Mcdonas duo, featuring Stephen Baker and myself. Edgetone Records #4036. 2006
Solo release, "Vendetta Retreat - Motion Picture Soundtrack." Edgetone Records #4031. 2005
Solo release, "PILEDRIVER - Recordings from the San Francisco Dump" 2003
Sliv & Dulet, "2003 Reel." including "C.A.R.E. - Detroit." DVD, 2004
Appleton Arts Center’s Found Sound Compilation CD. Curated by Todd Midvedt. 2004
Solo release, "Wimbledome." An album made entirely with the tone generator in SoundEdit16. 2000
Solo release, "Loops to Shorts". Video and Performance Archive on video. Edition of 30. 1999
Solo release, “Choc Electrique.” Four track loop tape recordings. 1998
Chemical Imbalance. Issue 4 CD, track 21. "Ubiquitous Tennessee Artifact". 1997
KKR/Magic Eye Singles. "Capt. 40 / Invertebrate", with Boondoggle. 1993
"Half-Cocked Motion Picture Soundtrack", with Boondoggle. Matador. 1995
PRESS / PUBLICATIONS / BIBLIOGRAPHY
Penthouse Magazine. BYOBW: Future / Culture, by Liane Yvkoff. March 09
LA Times. 'This Ear of Corn Captures the Eye', by Sharon Mizota. October 08
Women's Wear Daily. 'Neighborhood Public Radio ... ' April 08
Oakland Tribune. 'Gentlemen, Start Your Big Wheels', by Scott Van Velsor. March 2008
National Public Radio. 'Another NPR ... Whitney Biennial'. Karen Michel, March 2008
SF Chronicle. 'Big Wheel, Steep Hill' by Paul Kilduff. March 2008
New York Times. 'Quiet Please?' by James Freed, March 2007
Today Show and MSNBC. 7th Annual 'BYOBW' goes national! (link soon)
Canal Plus. 7th Annual 'BYOBW' goes international! (link soon)
7x7 mag ... green design article on some furniture my friend mike farruggia and i made .... 2007
Oakland Magazine. 'Oakland Sound Bites' by Wanda Hennig. November 2007
mix online .. audio bites ... 'live at laney flea market' (with Lisa Mezzacappa, Oakland, 2007
Metro Times. 'radio free detroit', by Chris Handyside, February, 2007
detroit news. 'pioneers' feature (w/ tour map and sample program mp3) by Michael Hodges, January 2007
model d. 'pioneers' gets a nod! Dave Krieger, February 2007
hamtramck star. 'talking homes' in hamtramck! February 6, 2007
oakland press. 'pioneers' reaches the suburbs! by Liz Voss, January 2007
nunovo.org.uk. 'shrinking cities' and 'pioneers' in the UK. 2007
fargo observer. byobw is still out there
noe valley voice. 'talking homes' gets a healthy nod! 2006
metro times. 'bloom' tour hits detroit's bohemian national home. oct 2006
SF Chronicle. Lance Armstrong - Eat Your Heart Out by Steve Rubenstein. April 2006.
USA Today blog action.
Flickr Blog. BYOBW, also an expanding collection of incredible photos!
BoingBoing, Geek Entertainment, and ...
SFist. Big Wheels Keep on Turnin by Rita Hao. April, 2006.
Touching Extremes. Review of Vendetta Retreat, by Massimo Ricci. 2006
Punk Planet. "The End of Radio?" Interview with Neighborhood Public Radio by Roman Mars. September/October, 2005.
Dusted. I get a great nod in a 'highly recommended' list from Sean Meadows of Lungfish. 2005
Ultra--PDX. I get a mention in the midst of the haps in the Red 76 'Ghosttown' occurence. 2006
Associated Press. Break Out the Big Wheel , by Ron Harris. April, 2006
A&A #271. Review of Vendetta Retreat, by Jon Worley. 2006
Electro-music. Review of the Vendetta Retreat CD Release Concert, by Robert Edgar. 2006
Jazz e Arredores. Review of Vendetta Retreat, by Eduardo V Chagas. 2006
Vital Weekly. Review of Vendetta Retreat, by Frans de Waard. 2005
KFJC online. Review of Vendetta Retreat by Spidey. 2006
Portland Phoenix. "Best Medicine: Jon Brumit Sets up at Space" by Maggie Knowles. August 5, 2005.
ATA Webzine, Issue #4. Critical writing by Sarah Lockhart on solo works and NPR. 2005
San Jose Metro. The Ebay Art Show. August 2005
Stretcher.org. Form/Reform at the Oakland Art Gallery, by Sarah Lockhart. August 3, 2005.
Portland Forecaster. "Taking up Space: An Artist Installs Himself on Congress Street" by Kate Bucklin. August 3, 2005.
Portland Phoenix. "Dirty Work" by Amy Martin. July 21, 2005.
SF Chronicle. "The Art of Taking No for an Answer" by Rick Delvecchio. May 2005.
Oakland Tribune. "Art of a Sale" by Monique Beeler. April 2005
East Bay Express. "Post-Canvas". Stefanie Kalem. 2005
Danas. "Neighborhood Public Radio U Novi Sadum" by M.J. June 2005.
Gradanski List. "NPR at Gradiliste" by Maja Vuckovic. July 15, 2005.
Artmagazin. NPR gets a mention. 2005
Chicagoist. "Cos da fat cats don't own dem airwaves" by Sam Bakken. April 2005.
SeeCult.org. "Aktivisti NPR U Resku." June 2005.
SFist. "Bay Blogger Thursday interview with NPR" by Jackson. June 2005.
Artforum.com. San Francisco Critic's Picks, by Glen Helfand. July 2003. (new office photo)
Chicago Reader. NPR at Version>5. April 29, 2005.
Metro Detroit. "Who Gives A Dam" by Rebecca Mazzei. August 2005.
Metro Times. MORE at the Detroit Artists Market. Nick Sousanis. April, 2005
Detroit News. "MORE Exhibit Doesn't Add Up." Joy Colby. April 2005.
KQED TV's "Spark". "Value Added - Sliv & Dulet" By Richard Berge. (commentary by Ted Purves and Susan Miller). October 1, 2003.
Connections. Richmond Art Center's monthly newsletter. 2005
Artforum. Pamela M. Lee's Top 10 of 2004. "The Way We Work," at Southern Exposure. "Neighborhood Public Radio" SF. December, 2004.
Artweek. Review of Tucker Nichol's exhibit mentioning S&DE's Summer Line show, by Colin Berry. 2004
East Bay Express. "Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction" by NPR at 21 Grand. January 12, 2005
Wired Magazine. "Boomboxes Again" by Elisabeth Biddlecomb. October, 2004
Discovery Channel International's "Six Degrees," featuring Sliv & Dulet Enterprises. Air date: Spring 2005.
East Bay Express. Review of "The Way We Work" 2004.
SF Weekly, Review of "The Way We Work" 2004.
ReadyMade Magazine. “A Great Day in Oakland.” September, 2004.
Evening Magazine. “Experimental Music with Found Objects” by James Reid. August 2004.
Evening Magazine. “Mobile Coffee Cart” by Karl Norberg, featuring “The Broadcast Bike”. August 2004.
KNTV. “Performance Artist Plays the Golden Gate” by Bob Redell. July 1, 2004.
NBC 11. Live performance on “NBC Today.” Live interview with Bob Redell. July 1. 2004.
KALX. Studio performance for Peter Criminns’ “Notes on Film.” June 26, 2004.
KPFA. Live interview by Chris Brown for his “New and Unusual Music Show.” June 14, 2004.
Contra Costa Times. “Breaking sound barriers” by Anita Amirrezvani. June 2, 2004.
San Jose Mercury News. “Breaking sound barriers” by Anita Amirrezvani. June 2, 2004.
East Bay Express. “From Ex to Z: Far-out instruments on film” by Jason Victor Serinus. June 2, 2004.
Voice of Dance. “A Dance Double Header” by Raachel Howard. May 24, 2004. (piledriver)
Dance View Times. “A Companionable Double Header” by Rita Feliciano. May 24, 2004. (piledriver)
SMAC! Defunct. Zine and Exhibition Catalog, Issue 5. Show notes by Marisa S. Olson. (mineflora)
BAM / PFA. UC Berkeley. Art & Film Notes. The Key of Z, by Steve Seid. May / June 2004.
AVA’s summer brochure. May 2004. (Crossover)
Pulse. “Car Music“ by Ruth Engles. May 23rd, 2004.
WRCB. “Making Music with Cars” by Ted Dunbar. May 23rd, 2004. (traffic conduction)
Pulse. “Crossover“ by Ruth Engles. April 28, 2004.
WGN Chicago. Morning News. April 22, 2004. (“That’s the Brakes” video with Marc Horowitz)
Chattanooga News Free Press. “Crossover”, by Ann Wilson. April 17, 2004.
Chicago Tribune. Free Dinner in the Name of Art, by Matt McGuire. April 20, 2004.
21 Grand’s March 2004 calendar. (Gastrument)
Detroit Metro Times. “Golden Gate Takes Over Tangent” by Lisa M. Collins. March 31, 2004.
KALX. Live interview by Lee Montgomery. November 24, 2003.
The Bear Deluxe. "Dump of the Bay", by Lolly Merrell. Fall 2003. ("Item Discarded from Thug Mansion"}
WNYC. Radio Lab's "Silence and Noise Pollution" by Jad Abumrad. July 20, 2003.
SF Bay Guardian. Critic's Choice. By Lindsey Westbrook. July 9, 2003. (research lab photo)
Real Detroit Weekly. "Step out of your world", by Natalie Haddad. June, 2003.
Stretcher.org. Sliv and Dulet, by Cheryl Meeker. July 10, 2003.
ArtWeek. "Sliv & Dulet Present The Summer Line at New Langton Arts." June, 2003 (research lab photo)
SF Weekly, "House of Tudor" by Silke Tudor. May 7, 2003. (New Bobby)
East Bay Express' Billboard. "Uneasy Listening at 21 Grand" by Stefanie Kalem. May 7, 2003.
SF Weekly, "Laugh or We Kill the Lobster". February 2003.
The Art of Recycling. Sanitary Fill Company. 2003. (Gastrument)
SF Weekly, "Night and Day". "Fantasy Junction" at 21 Grand. January 17, 2003.
Evening Magazine, "Big Wheels Down Lombard Street". January 3, 2003.
SF Examiner, "Making Junkyard Art", by Joyce Nishioka. November 7, 2002.
ABC, "Recycling in San Francisco". November 2002.
SF Weekly, "Caught on Tape” by Silke Tudor. October, 2002.
KPSZ, "ArtWatch", by Jackie Barchak. October, 2002.
NBC, "Tech Now”. October 5, 2002. (Marquee Looper, Dance to the Radio, Gastrument)
SF Weekly, “Idiocy, Inc.” by Jeremy Mullman. August 9, 2002. (Time Trials, Creative Counseling, BYOBW)
SF Weekly, “Little Flap Over Big Wheels” by Jeremy Mullman. June 2002.
Juxtapoz #39, "Current" by Annie Tucker. June 2002. (start line of Easter 2002 BYOBW)
SFSU Summer AC/CE Schedule. 2002. (Squeaky Shoes)
One Zine, SF. April 2002. (video stills from BYOBW)
Oakland’s Urban View. March 2002. (race shot from Easter 2001 BYOBW)
The Oakland Tribune, "Flash Craft". August 10, 2001. ("Shining a Bright Light on a Broken Object")
WAWL. 7 absurd weather forecasts, one broadcast daily. 10 seconds each. Winter 1990.
WUTC. Tony Hopple’s “Unradio.” First broadcast of my music! June1990.
The Claw. "Dadaism: What does it think it is?" by Jeff Logue. Chattanooga, TN. 1989.
What’s Next. Cranbrook Art Museum’s Calendar. January 1999. (Detail of "Trophies")
Chemical Imbalance. Issue 4. "Ubiquitous Tennessee Artifact".
Sequoya Review. Chattanooga, TN. 1993 and 1994. ("Countdown" and "Untitled Unit, Size Small")
Chattanooga News Free-Press. Chattanooga, TN. 1993. (Metro Gallery)
Distort Zine. 1990. (centerfold! and some writing)
The Claw. 1989. (Dada performance)
GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES
Hunter Museum of American Art. Polymer, curated by Jessica Westbrook. Chattanooga, TN, Spring 09
Flippo Gallery at Randolph Macon College. Sights / Sounds, curated by Katie Shaw. RIchmond, VA, 09
Whitney Museum of American Art. Whitney Biennial. NPR in the house! Acts of Radio Wave Making Demonstrations! NYC, 2008
Chelsea Art Museum. 'Nature Interrupted', curated by Elga Wimmer. NYC, 08
Edgetone New Music Summit. 2 sets with 2 very different ensembles, 'Van Boven' and 'Bloom' with special guests Liz Albee and Tatsuya Nakatani. Oakland, CA, 07
Headlands Center for the Arts. 'Close Calls'. Sausalito, 07
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. 'Pioneers' a radio-based audio driving tour project featured as part of 'Shrinking Cities'. Detroit, 07
Cranbrook Art Museum. 'Pioneers' featured as part of 'Shrinking Cities' exhibit. Bloomfield Hills, 07
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. 'Vendetta Retreat' will operate during 'East Side Story'. SF
Headlands Mystery Ball. An evening of interactive and competitive games and projects. Curated by Lisa Mezzacappa. Sausalito
Southern Exposure. 'Radio Cartography' including my 'Talking Homes' project and much more! SF
Oakland Art Gallery. 'Drawn'. Oakland
301 Bocana. 'GIFT'. SF
Palaisideal and Old Ironsides. A Split Lip Sunday Double Header. Chico, Sacramento
Illuminated Corridor. NPR projects, performs, and broadcasts from yet another stoner fantasy van around 23rd - 25th streets. Oakland
Richmond Art Center. 'Field Reports'. Richmond, CA
Bloom Tour. Hardcore and semi-psychotic free jazz tour with Rent Romus and Thollem Mcdonas. Krannert Museum and others. St Louis to Philly, Detroit !
FSK. '2006 BC'. Hour-long radio exhibitions every Thursday in July. Hamburg
0047. 'All Together Now'. 0047's last show in Berlin (before moving to Oslo!) curated by Fiona Bates and Joel Mu. Berlin
Current Gallery. 'Notebook'. Exhibition on the occasion of Creative Capitalism's second book release. Baltimore
21 Grand. FESTEVIL. A sonic celebration of the date, with local and virtual components. June 6, 2006. Oakland
Acuna Hansen Gallery. Van Boven and friends join Tao Urban for the grand finale of his solo show "It's not me ...It's you". LA
Bucheon Gallery. Performance with Jake Klotz and special guests. SF
Riviera Gallery. 3rd Anniversary Show. Brooklyn, NY
Headlands Center for the Arts. Lisa Mezzacappa's "Gymnasium Music" performance for Open Studios. SF
IN-F. Duos, trios, and more with Wayne Grim, Umezu Kazutoki, Tatsuo Kondo, and Tada Yoko. Tokyo
The Stone. I'll play drums in two Moe!kestra sets. NYC
Luggage Store. Van Boven CD release event. SF
Old Ironsides. Van Boven with special guest Lisa Mezzacappa. Sacramento
Southern Exposure. Monster Drawing Rally. Debut of my "Handshake Drawing Machine" during my shift. SF
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. "A Perfect Day" curated by Courtney Fink. SF
The Lab. 10th Annual Auction and benefit sale. "Parade Float in your Honor". SF
Ghosttown Clothing Exchange. NPR participates in Red 76's 'Ghosttown' project. Portland, OR
Luggage Store Gallery. Vendetta Retreat CD release event. SF
CCA. Timken Hall. Poet's Theater Jamboree. Performance entre-acts with my Typewriter Piano. SF
Mama Buzz. Split Lip with special guest Joe Rut! Oakland
ISEA 2006. Neighborhood Public Radio is commissioned to create new work! San Jose
FSK Radio. NPR produces a month-long series of public radio experiments. Hamburg
Musician's Union Hall. SIMM Series. Duo with Rent Romus.
ATA. NPR hosts a special "Fund Drive" for ATA and is also featured in both written and audio publications produced by ATA on the occasion. SF
Luggage Store Gallery. Split Lip (Suki O'Kane, Lucio Menegon, Wayne Grim, and myself) with special guest Rent Romus. SF
Starry Plough. Split Lip pays tribute to Joe Rut, and also performs my 'JEMIS KRISP - THE ORIGINAL HOLY CHOCOLATE BAR' score. Berkeley
Old Ironsides. Debut of "Split Lip," a two drums / two guitars improv "band". Sacramento
Richmond Art Center. Holiday Show. Richmond
New Langton Arts. A one-night revenge clinic at "Circa 75", their 21st Annual benefit exhibition event. SF
Luggage Store Gallery. Improv Lotto (with 9 others) during the "Creative Music Series". SF
ATA. Press conference on the release of "Jemis Krisp" during the "Group show with a common denominator of humor" curated by Suzanne Husky. SF
Luggage Store Gallery's 11th Annual "In The Streets Festival." Interviews and field recordings for an audioblog project. SF
Independent School of Art. Black Market Auction. Hayes Valley Market. SF
Illuminated Corridor. With Lucio Menegon, Joe Rut, and the Cinepimps. September 10, Oakland
True Vine. Presentation of collaborative sound works and more from the revenge clinic. Baltimore
EXIT Festival. Improvised harsh noise soundcheck made with electronics and a plastic corncob through a 10,000 watt pa. Novi Sad, Serbia
Works/San Jose. Michael Rosenthal's "EBAY Art Project." The sound of the "Booty" painting +2 more. San Jose
Zrenjanin Cultural Center. Duo with Lee Montgomery. Zrenjanin, Serbia
B92 Rex Center. Improvised music with Lee! Belgrade, Serbia
Fadai-at. Improvised music with Lee M! during the event in the castle courtyard. Tarifa, Spain
Oakland Metro. Thingamajigs Festival. With Wayne Grim. Debut of four newly-made instruments. Oakland
Oakland Art Gallery. Form / Reform. Oakland
Version Festival. NPR presents "Wicker Park and Beyond". Chicago, IL
Buddy Gallery. Rotten Milk vs.Jon Brumit, live improvised music for radio broadcast. Chicago, IL
Southern Exposure. 30. "Parade Float in Your Honor". This unique product/service offer did not sell! Ridiculous! SF
Detroit Artists Market. M.O.R.E. Curated by Mitch Cope. Detroit, MI.
21 Grand. Improv trio with The Shakin Ray Levis' Dennis Palmer, and the Bay Area's Gino Robair. Oakland
Artists Television Access. NPR - Indecency. SF
SoEx. 5th Annual Monster Drawing Rally. SF
Discovery Channel International. Sliv & Dulet Enterprises give Toby Amies a tour of SF
21 Grand. Neighborhood Public Radio turns 1 year old! (Walter Benjamin). Oakland
New Langton Arts. Creature Comforts. S&DE's "Sculpture Party at Your House." SF.
LOBOT. Kitchen Sink Magazine 2nd Anniversary Benefit. S&DE's "Portable Mall". Oakland.
CCA. Fritz Haeg's Special Delivery. Mobile Backyard. SF.
Luggage Store Gallery. Improv with Joshua G. Churchill and Allesandro Olla. SF. (#1 on a top ten shows list for 2004!)
21 Grand. Discrete Palettes. Curated by Aurora Josephson and Darren Jenkins. Oakland.
Southern Exposure. The Way We Work. “Neighborhood Public Radio” with Lee Montgomery. SF.
Flux Factory. UBISAC 1.0. Curated by James Rouvelle. NYC.
SF MOMA. SMAC!: Defunct. Curated by Marisa S. Olson and Grace Hawthorne. SF.
The Brewery. Slug & Bullet’s Shooting Gallery. (w/ SRL, and others) Curated by Susan Joyce. LA.
21 Grand Art Space. Duck and Cover: Radical Reinterpretations of Hits. Oakland.
Appleton Arts Center. ‘Found Sounds Compilation CD and Show’. Appleton, WI.
Henry Miller Library. BSXMF 4. Big Sur, CA.
Rx. Multiverse. Drums and Processing Duo with Bob Boster. SF.
21 Grand Art Space. 4th Annual Art Benefit. Oakland.
Mimi Barr. The Big Picture. SF.
Luggage Store Gallery. Creative Music Thursdays featuring Van Boven. SF.
Detroit Art Space. Improvised music made with contents of a DAS garbage can. Detroit.
Tangent Gallery. The Bay Area Show. Curated by Sasha Eckes. Detroit.
The Lab. “Sliv & Dulet’s Dollar Store” for the 8th annual benefit. SF.
Remote Lounge. The Big Question. Curated by Susan Joyce. NYC.
21 Grand. Found Object Night. Organized by Matt Davignon. Oakland.
Buzz. Vol-Mit. Improvisation with Matt Volla on trumpet. Oakland.
Make Out Room. KML’s Cabaret. Sonic destruction of Joan Rivers using the FAT. SF.
Buzz. FAT debut. Two hours of sonic love with the Four-Armed Turntable. Oakland.
Make Out Room. Killing My Lobster’s Kabaret. Sound piece with a Bill Cosby record. SF.
21 Grand. Neighborhood Public Radio’s Experimental Music Night. Curated by Lee Montgomery. Oakland.
The Stray Show. Represented by Tangent Gallery. Chicago.
21 Grand. The 4th Annual Mad Scientist's Ball. Van Boven's debut. Oakland.
Crissy Field Center. Centennial of Flight. Experimental Spacecraft and The Swatter Copter. SF.
The Sony Metreon. The New Bobby Sextet Live. SF. 2003
1040 61st Street. Lisa Carrol's House Project. Enchanted Forest / Bathroom. Oakland.
Sanitary Fill Co. AIR Program Retrospective. SF.
Jazz House. Skronkathon 3. TwamMatt, NwojJon (w Matt Davignon). Oakland.
Luggage Store Gallery. Creative Music Thursdays Presents: New Bobby Boombox Show. SF.
21 Grand Art Space. Matt Davignon’s “Himp Hoxp” (Experimental Hip Hop Show). Oakland.
Luggage Store Gallery. Matt Davignon’s Suitcase Ensemble. SF.
964 Natoma. Field Effects 12: Strung Up, Thrown Out (w Luke Powell). SF.
New Langton Arts. Sliv & Dulet Present: The Summer Line (w Marc Horowitz). SF.
Henry Miller Library. The Big Sur Experimental Music Festival. Big Sur, CA.
21 Grand Art Space. The New Bobby Sextet, Live. SF.
Aloft. Katy Bell's Center of Attention. Live Percussion for Live Sex. SF.
Lombard Street. 3rd Annual Easter Sunday BYOBW. SF.
The Make Out Room. Killing My Lobster's Cabaret. “Captain and Doctor Show” (w T Waugh). SF.
21 Grand Art Space. 3rd Annual Art Benefit. Oakland. (+New Bobby as house band)
The Lab. 7th Annual Auction. SF.
Buzz. Greatist Hits. Oakland.
21 Grand Art Space. Take A Number. Fantasy Junction (w Marc Horowitz). Oakland.
New Langton Arts. New Langton Arts 18th Annual Auction. SF.
Cress Gallery of Art. Art Accent Award Show. Meat Hat and S & D’s Reel. Chattanooga, TN.
The Haight. Creative Counseling and Time Trials. SF.
21 Grand Art Space. The Duct Tape Festival (w Marc Horowitz). Oakland.
Various locations. Mobile Backyard. CA.
Lombard Street. 2nd Annual Easter Sunday BYOBW. SF.
Somarts. DADAFEST. A Smoothie for the Afterlife (Sliv & Dulet) SF.
21 Grand Art Space. Organoff. Oakland.
The Great Highway. Stuffed Animal Golf Over The Great Highway (w Marc Horowitz). SF.
Last Laugh Cafe. Film and Video Night #2. SF.
Mills College Concert Hall. Auspicious Day, Living Motion Picture Soundtrack 3: Lottery. Oakland.
Pro Arts Gallery. Borderbend, LMPS 2: Fruit. Oakland.
Lombard Street. 1st Annual Easter Sunday BYOBW. SF.
Up to My Neck. Documentary Video Night. Oakland.
Last Laugh Cafe. Film and Video Night. SF.
Your Local Gallery. The One Minute Show. Oakland.
Open Studios. LMPS 1: Bridgescore. Berkeley.
MIlls College Concert Hall. Funambules, Piece for Three Pianos. (w Wayne Grim) Oakland.
SOMA District. Where's Art. SF.
Mills College Chapel. CardioGraphic Improvisations. (w Eric Glick Reiman) Oakland.
MIlls College Concert Hall. The Glen Spearman Festival. (Contemporary Performance Ensemble) Oakland.
Lombard Street and Fort Mason. BYOBW events 1-2. SF.
Cranbrook Museum of Art. “Where Is Here” release. (w Scott and Laurie Makela). Bloomfield Hills, MI.
The Gold Dollar. Saturday Night Sunbather. Detroit.
Revolution Gallery. Billboard Project. Ferndale, MI.
Cranbrook Museum of Art. Film and Video Screening # 2. Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Cranbrook Museum of Art. Thesis Show. Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Network Gallery. Clarity of Seduction II. Pontiac, MI.
AEROSTART. Grand Opening. Birmingham, MI. 1999.
Forum Gallery. Perforumance. Bloomfield Hills, MI. 98
School 33 Art Center. Sixth Annual Benefit Exhibition. Baltimore. 97
Catonsville Community College. Unclassified. Baltimore. 96
Cress Gallery. Juried Exhibition. Juror: Louisa Macintosh. Chattanooga, TN. 95
AVA. Group Show @ Waterhouse Pavilion. Chattanooga, TN. 94
Uusio Gallery. Introductions. Chattanooga. TN, 94
AVA. All Member Exhibition, Chattanooga, TN. 94
Cress Gallery. Senior Show. Chattanooga, TN. 94
Grand Opening of Metro Gallery. Chattanooga, TN. 1993.
Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport. AVA’s annual juried show. Juror: Denise Frank. 93
New Moon Gallery. S.T.A.M.P.S. St. Elmo, TN. 93
C.C. Bond Gallery. Annual Show. Chattanooga, TN. 91
New Moon Gallery. Group Show of Young Artists. St. Elmo, TN. 90
21 Grand, Bay Area, & Intl .. FESTEVIL .. a sonic celebration of the date, with local and virtual components. Oakland, June 6, 2006
The Luggage Store's Creative Music Thursdays. Final Thursdays of the Month, emphasizing hybridity in new music. SF, 2005
Catch and Release. An experimental sound series for radio broadcast. 2004 - 2006
Southern Exposure. Evenings & Weekends (for Neighborhood Public Radio) with Lee Montgomery & Michael Trigilio. SF, 2004
Neighborhood Public Radio. Ongoing. Locations variable, 2004 - present
The New Bobby Sextet. Sound Art Performance Project (with numerous special guests) SF Area, 2003 - 04
New Langton Arts. Sliv & Dulet Present: The Summer Line. With Marc Horowitz. SF, 2003
The Greater Detroit area. “AerostArt: The Ford Aerostar Art Museum.“ Greater Detroit Area, 1998-99
Sanitary Fill Company. Clone Reaction. A night of musical and other performances with CD release too! SF, 2003
Amoeba Records. CD Compilation using my homemade instruments for broadcast from Window #3. Berkeley, 2002
21 Grand. “The Duct Tape Festival” (with Marc Horowitz), with DT Fashion Show, DT Music, and Demonstration of new uses for Duct Tape. Oakland, 2003
ReadyMade Magazine. “A Great Day in Oakland,” a two-page photo of Experimental Musicians, Oakland, 2004
21 Grand. “Organoff.” Improvised Electric Organ Competitive Soundtrack Event for a found Jenny Craig diet video. Oakland, 2002
Metro Gallery. I was Co-founder and co-curator for this artist-run space. Chattanooga, TN, 1993-4
Lombard Street. 1st - 6th Annual BYOBW. SF. Ongoing since 2001
The Mission District. Stuffed Animal Golf, Hole 2. (S & D) SF. 2003
Greater Bay Area. Mobile Backyard - A Portable Lawn Project. 2002.
Ocean Beach. Creative Services at Ocean Beach (S & D) SF. 2002
Fillmore Street & various other touristic / shopping locations. Drum On My Face. SF. 2002-2004
Ocean Beach. Stuffed Animal Golf over the Great Highway. SF. 2001
Grand Opening of the Ford Aerostar Museum. Birmingham, Michigan. 1999