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Work in Progress

BIOMETRICAL DATA, A FAMILY PORTRAIT

BIOMETRIC SELF PORTRAIT

WHITE WORK for 169 SYRIAN CHILDREN

GENETIC INHERITANCE

Grants

  • 2018-19
    • US Embassy Santiago Chile Public Affairs Grant
      ASKXXI: Arts and Science Knowledge Building in the XXI Century
      Santiago, Chile
  • 2018-19
    • Art and Science Residency, Friday Harbor Marine Biology Research Station, Friday Harbor, Washington
      Summer 2018
  • 2018-19
    • Art and Science Exhibition; Universidad Catolica de la Santísima Concepción, CIBAS
      Santiago, Chile, Spring 2019
  • 2018
    • Nominated, USA Artist Award 2018
      One of 500 American Artist Nominated

      “USA’s 2018 Fellows were selected by a panel of experts in each discipline, then approved by the organization's board. They were drawn from a peer-nominated pool of over 500 outstanding applicants. This year’s Fellows come from Alaska and Puerto Rico, from New Mexico and Maine, and everywhere in-between. Among their number are luminaries in their fields and rising stars, emerging voices and long-heralded experts. What unites them is the profound respect of their peers and the excellence of their work.

Lectures

  • 2018
    • School of Art | Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.
  • 2017
    • Ecological Society of America, Presentation with Thesis student Leila Pyle, I'm a salmon: the role of Oncorhynchus spp. in storytelling and place-making the Pacific Northwest and implications in a changing climate. Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon.
    • BAM, The Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho.
  • 2016
    • Mellon Foundation American Association of Liberal Art Colleges; Designing Curriculum and Exhibitions on Art and Science; Swarthmore, Vassar, Reed, Grinnell, Oberlin, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa.
    • The Institute for Systems Biology and Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, Washington.
    • Evergreen College, Olympia, Washington.

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2017
    • Chromosome Painting Edition II and Gene Chips, The Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho.
  • 2016
    • The Origins of Bio Metric Data, Cornish College, Presidents Gallery, Seattle, Washington.
    • Tracing Genetic Inheritance: Recent Work by Geraldine Ondrizek, Evergreen College Gallery, Olympia, Washington.
    • Translocations, Cellular and Chromosome Painting, Musrara Mix Festival, Nassir School of Art Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • 2015
    • Open Studio, MOMENTUM AIR, Berlin, Germany.

Group Exhibitions

  • 2018
    • Quartett, no. 4- Diary Lex Experimental Art and Literature, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
  • 2017
    • Plant Cure a Collaborative project with The New York Academy of Medicine, Haber Space a Gallery for Art and Science, New York, New York .
    • Natura Mathmatica, Central Booking, Haber Space, New York, New York.
  • 2016
    • Quartett, no. 4- Diary Lex Experimental Art and Literature, Museum Schloss Burgk, Burgk, Germany.
    • 9e2 Nine More Evenings - Fifty More Years, King Street Station, Seattle, Washington.

Board Member

  • 2012-18
    • Emerging Art Space, an International Art Organization Hosting Exhibitions and Serving Young Artists World Wide.Crossing Borders 2014: San Francisco, California;Tijuana, Mexico; Seoul, KoreaTranslations 2016: Reed College, Portland, Oregon; Kolkata, IndiaBuilding Bridges 2018:  Kolkata, India; Tanzania, Africahttp://emergentartspace.org/about/

Future Collaboration

Dr. Shizuko Takahashi ‘95

Former student and doctor of obstetrics in Tokyo, Shizuko will be doing research at the University of Chicago on the ethics of genetic selection.

She has invited me to join her in the lab to look at the process and work on a set of images.

“Everyone has a recessive genetic disease that could be passed onto their children. When we are able to screen for everything, and that is coming soon, it will be inevitable for parents to accept some segments of what the child inherits genetically. Parental responsibility (doing what is responsible as a parent)/procreative liberty (accepting for what it is) in whole genome screening on embryos is what I would be working on in the future.”

Her past work: The decision-making process for the fate of frozen embryos by Japanese infertile women: a qualitative study  Shizuko Takahashi,1,2 Misao Fujita,#2 Akihisa Fujimoto,#1 Toshihiro Fujiwara,#3 Tetsu Yano,#1 Osamu Tsutsumi,#3 Yuji Taketani,#1 and Akira Akabayashi#2

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3405475/