28 January 2018 I can call this progress to halt book launch and screenings at LACE including Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri, Marwa Arsanios, Alejandro Cesarco, Chto Delat, Michelle Dizon, Shadi Habib Allah, Adham Hafez, Shoghig Halajian, Sharon Hayes, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Maha Maamoun, Rosalind Nashashibi, Joanne Nucho, Raqs Media Collective, Georgia Sagri, Jalal Toufic, and Kandis Williams, edited by Suzy Halajian.

27 January 2018 Annex at M+B grand opening with Hand Soaps by Ethernet (collaboration with Ben Boatright) and also including work by Kelly Akashi, Derya Akay, Josef Albers, Ramsey Alderson, Alex Arzt, Spencer Ashby, Michael Assiff, Bjarne Bare, Andrew Berardini, Ross Caliendo, Fabien Cappello, Maurizio Cattelan & Myriam Ben Salah, Brice Chatenoud, Melisa Chhan, Courtney Coll, Alan Crocetii, Salvador Dali, Darner socks, Ludovic de Saint Sernin & Adam Iezzi, Cirilo Domine, Olivia Erlanger, Jamie Felton, Anna Fidler, James Flemons, AGF Hydra (Ana Gloria Flores), Niki Ford, Pedro Friedeberg, Lukas Geronimas, David Gilbert, Piero Golia, Sam Gordon, Grau01 (Timon & Melchior Grau), Mina Hammal, Greg Ito, Patrick Jackson, Hadrien Jacquelet, Elizabeth Jaeger, Lisa Jo, Dane Johnson, Charles Hollis Jones, Natalie Jones, Jenna Kaes, Tiziana La Melia, Cult Gaia, Cat Lauigan, Lazaros, Ann Leese, Glenn Lewis, Candice Lin, Daniel Long, Nevine Mahmoud, Marion Mailaender, Morgan Mandalay, Elana Mann, Etienne Marc, Ian Markell, Fabian Marti, Alex Miller, Simon Miller, Brittany Mojo, Carter Mull, Jill Mulleady, Dina No, Ben Wolf Noam, Alexandra Noel, Dominic Nurre, RileyO’Neil, Eugene Ong, OOIEE, Mona Palmer, Michael Parker, Morgan Peck, Alina Perkins, Cara Marie Piazza, Pablo Picasso, Oren Pinhassi, Rebecca Pinto, Matthew Porter, Cima Rahmankhah, Willy Reed, Mariah Robertson, Ry Rocklen, Scarlett Rose, Lucas Samaras, Max Hooper Schneider, Bailey Scieskza, Jesse Stecklow, Rodger Stevens, Sophie Stone, Studio 65, Naoki Sutter-Shudo, Sweetflag (Luren Jenison & Lydia Okrent), Kazuki Takizawa, Alexander Tieghi-Walker, Alison Veit, Torbjorn Vejvi, Megan Whitmarsh, Jessica Williams, Y/Project, Rosha Yaghmai, Phillip Zach, John Zappas and more organized by Jay Ezra Nayssan

15 December 2017 Writing Bodies book release at Days 

Interview in Out of Order magazine UNREAL issue 09 out now

Hand Soap by Ethernet now for sale at MOCA Store

19 November do you feel the siren reading series with Suzy Halajian, Edgar Fabian Frias, Shoghig Halajian, Julie Tolentino, Jheanelle Garriques, and Carolina Caycedo organized by Meital Yaniv and Nora Beckman at Days 

16 November 2017 ROOTS LIKE SNAKES BRING PRAYERS TO LAKES with Brody Albert and Olivia Booth at AWHRHWAR

Writing Bodies catalogue featuring Dean Daderko, Jess Arndt, robbinschilds, EJ Hill, Michelle Boulé, Katherine Hubbard, Simone White, keyon gaskin and edited by Litia Perta 

August 3-6 2017 Pool with Erika Vogt at the Seattle Art Fair Special Projects

Conversation with EJ Hill for The People Podcast

July 8-15 2017 Summer Forum for Inquiry and Exchange residency: Persevering in One’s Existence: Entanglement, Looking Around, and Radical Kinship

21 May 2017 LADWP with Ben Boatright as Ethernet and performances by Cirilo Domine, Tala Mateo, Corey Fogel, and LA Fog for Anna Sew Hoy's Psychic Body Grotto public sculpture opening hosted by LAND at Los Angeles State Historic Park

2 April 2017 performance in I can call this progress to halt at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions:


a guided somatic writing object exercise
a non knowing now practice
a lateral improvised texture together
a performance with no audience
a choreography reimagining parts and labor and care
20 spots, please RSVP at info@welcometolace.org if you would like to participate


22 March 2017 Re:Pilot TV: Experimental Media for Feminist Trespass in Public Access/Open Networks at BRIC Media Arts with Alex Bag, Colab, Jaime Davidovich, Tom Kalin, Glenn O’Brien, Nam June Paik, Paper Tiger Television, Raindance, Doug Hall, Chip Lord, Jody Procter, TVTV, Tony Ramos, and Martha Rosler. Contemporary artist projects by: Natalie Bookchin, E.S.P. TV, Ann Hirsch, Jayson Musson, Jon Rubin, and URe:AD Press (Shani Peters and Sharita Towne).

8 March 2017 I can call this progress to halt at LACE with Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri, Marwa Arsanios, Alejandro Cesarco, Michelle Dizon, Shadi Habib Allah, Sharon Hayes, Jessika Khazrik, Rosalind Nashashibi, Nashashibi/Skaer, Georgia Sagri screenings looped weekly include Chto Delat, Phil Collins, Jibade Khalil-Huffman, Maha Maamoun, Raqs Media Collective, Jalal Toufic, Jessika Khazrik, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Joanne Nucho, and Kandis Williams curated by Suzy Halajian

5 February 2017 Ours is a City of Writers at LAMAG with Litia Perta, Kelly Akashi, Scott Benzel, Andrew Berardini, Dan Bustillo, Dori Carter, Kabir Carter, Sylvia Chivaratanond, Neha Choksi, Srijon Chowdhury,  Ginny Cook, Karon Davis, Antonio Trecel Diaz, Travis Diehl, Michelle Dizon, David Evans Frantz,  Adam Feldmeth, Patricia Fernandez, Kathryn Garcia, Ramón García, Amy Gerstler, Natalie Graham, Katie Grinnan, Raquel Gutiérrez, Michael Ned Holte, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Douglas Kearney,  Gelare Khoshgozaran, Kristina Kite, Alex Klein, Nick Kramer, Young, Joon Kwak. Viet Le, Sarah, Lehrer-Graiwer, Robin Coste Lewis, Candice Lin, Lauren Mackler, Stacie Martinez, Sharon Mizota, Sohrab Mohebbi, Kavior Moon, Fred Moten, Alison O’Daniel, Michael O’Malley, Susanna Newbury, Gina Osterloh, Hannah Sanghee Park, Anthony Pearson, Vanessa Place, Selene Preciado, Claire Rifelj, Miller Robinson, Judith Rodenbeck, Kim Schoen, Nizan Shaked, David Shook, Susan Silton, Virginia Solomon, Jenni Sorkin, Courtney Stephens, Jacob Stewart-Halevy, John Tain, Anuradha Vikram, Kate Wolf, Terry Wolverton, Suné Woods, and Kim Ye, curated by Suzanne Hudson, Simon Leung, and James Nisbet

2 February 2017 I Am the Organizer of My Own Archive with Stephanie Comilang, Sara Cwynar, Maria Lassnig, Krista Belle Stewart, and Martine Syms at Dazibao curated by cheyanne turions

22 January 2017 panel at the Hammer Museum with Noura Wedell in conversation with Erika Vogt and collaborators Madison Brookshire, Shannon Ebner, and Mark So about the Artist Theater Program as part of At night the states curated by Shoghig Halajian and Suzy Halajian

29 October 2016 Performing live video essay for closing night of Protuberances at LAXART with keyon gaskin, laub & Jennifer Moon, and Bashir Daviid Naim

24 September 2016 Futurist Myths at Leonard and Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University with Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme, Noor Abed, Kristin Li, Cauleen Smith and Malena Szlam curated by Nasrin Himada 

17 September 2016 Protuberances at LAXART in Los Angeles with A.K. Burns & Katherine Hubbard, Johanna Breiding, Leidy Churchman, Harry Dodge, keyon gaskin, Aimee Goguen, Matthew Page Greene, Naotaka Hiro, laub, Benny Merris, Jennifer Moon, Bashir Naim, Litia Perta, Jam Rostron, Tschabalala Self, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Sarah Zapata curated by Jess Arndt and Catherine Taft

15 September 2016 Interview with Ashley Stull Meyers on Duty Free for Portland Institute of Contemporary Art Blog

14,15 September 2016 Duty Free premieres at Portland Institute of Contemporary Art as part of Make-Up On Empty Space, curated by Kristan Kennedy for TBA16

6 September 2016 Somethings Gonna Soon by EMR (collaboration with Math Bass) is playing on Video Data Bank TV as part of Channeling, curated by Latham Zearfoss and Ethan White

21 July 2016 Open Sessions 7: Hibernating Plan at The Drawing Center in New York with Danilo Correale, Micah Hesse, Omar Mismar, Alison O’Daniel, Julie Orser, Sreshta Rit Premnath, Cauleen Smith, Daniel Wickerham & Malcolm Lomax, Tuguldur Yondonjamts, curated by Lisa Sigal and Nova Benway

15 July 2016 Introducing: Victoria Fu and Dylan Mira published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, moderated by Marco Braunschweiler

NEW DATE::: 14 JULY 2016 CUNNT, INSTEAD OF WRITING WORKSHOP, 7PM at Del Vaz Projects, organized with Rachelle Sawatsky & Amanda Joy, special thanks to Jennifer Piejko

8 July 2016 A Woman is Not A Woman is streaming on Moca.org until July 22

9 June 2016 Open Window at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles featuring Victoria Fu, Devin Kenny, Nicole Miller, Sondra Perry, Hito Steyerl and Martine Syms and Kahlil Joseph, organized by Marco Kane Braunschweiler. Screening is followed by a Q+Q with Victoria Fu and me

1 June 2016 The Fraud that Goes Under the Name of Love at Audain Gallery featuring Billy-Ray Belcourt, Hannah Black, Rebecca Brewer, Anne Boyer, Maggie Groat, Johanna Hedva, Hanna Hur, Skeena Reece, Mika Rottenberg and Rachelle Sawatsky, curated by Amy Kazymerchyk and cheyanne turions

30 May 2016 SO THEY STUTTER: Video Screening at Al Ma'mal with Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz, Alejandro Cesarco, and Jibade-Khalil Huffman curated by Suzy Halajian and Shoghig Halajian

22 April 2016 Just Speak Nearby: The Politics and Practices of Art Writing at 356 Mission including Trinh T. Minh-ha, Johanna Breiding, Cog•nate Collective (Misael G Diaz + Amy Y Sanchez-Arteaga), Bridget Cooks, Michelle Dizon, Dynasty Handbag, Anne Ellegood, Katherine Hubbard, Simon Leung, Amanda McGough, Maggie Nelson, Tyler Matthew Oyer and organized by Litia Perta

15 April and 17 April 2016 Closing weekend of A New Job to Unwork At including discussion with Johanna Hedva on Sick Woman Theory and I have organized a video program, The net the accidents collect, featuring Basma Alsharif, Fannie Sosa, Hannah Black, Lisa Tan, Martine Syms, and Sarah Abu Abdallah

14 April 2016 Home Theater Systems at The Mini Microcinema in Kentucky with Claire Arctander, Mary Helena Clark, Rami George, curated by Latham Zearfoss

31 March 2016 New Herring Press reading at Los Angeles Contemporary Archive with Lanka Tattersall, Harry Dodge, Amanda Davidson, Amy Scholder and more

2016 Shandaken Residency at Stormking

9 March 2016 A New Job To Unwork At opening event at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions with Rafa Esparza, Shoghig Halajian, Lee Relvas, Patrick Staff, alexia welch and curated by Andrew Kachel and Clara López Menéndez

2016 Los Angeles Artadia Award Finalist

29 February 2016 Somethings Gonna Soon with Math Bass as EMR in Radiant Visions: Media Art from SAIC 1965 - Now, Channelings Screening at Gene Siskel Film Center

14 February 2016 Rob Pruitt's Flea Market presented by Los Angeles Nomadic Division

Performing in Aphrodisiacs by Marty Windhal for Girls Like Us, Issue #7: Body

14 January 2016 Together / Alone at Embassy with A.L. Steiner & Nicole Killian, Adam Miller, Ariane Vielmetter, Ariel Herwitz, Becca Lofchie, Ben Schonberger, Cameron Crone, Carey Loren, Daniel Greenberg, Emma Kohlmann, Erica Mahinay, Erin Schneider, Haynes Riley, Hesse Press, Ian James, Isaac Resnikoff, Jacqueline Laurita Cortese, Jason Roberts Dobrin, Jaye Fischel, Jennifer Moon, Jonathan Campolo, Kate Hall and Rachelle Sawatsky, Katelyn Reeves, Keith Rocka Knittel, Kristin Cammermeyer, Lauren Satlowski, Laurie Weeks, LAZY MOM, Leigh Ledare, Liz Cohen, Matt Siegle, Margaret Haines, Margaret Honda, Martha Wilson, Mary Rasmussen, Michael Dopp, Mike Kelley Foundation, Morgan Fisher, Peradam Press, Petra Cortright, Saewon Oh, Sam Davis, Sara Rara, Sayre Gomez, Steve Kado, Suzanna Zak, Total Luxury Spa, Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal, Violet Hopkins

3 December 2015 Artist Theater Program at ICA Miami with Erika Vogt and Shannon Ebner

12 and 13 November 2015 Artist Theater Program at Performa 15 with Erika Vogt, Math Bass, Shannon Ebner, Lauren Fisher, Silke Otto-Knapp, Adam Putnam, Nora Slade

24 October 2015 One After Another, In Succession at Charlie James Gallery with Carmen Argote, Johanna Breiding, Harry Dodge, Charles Gaines, Ken Gonzales-Day, Tyler Matthew Oyer, Julie Tolentino, Alice Wang, Kim Zumpfe. Curated by Johanna Breiding with an accompanied text written by Hanna Wildow, edited by Litia Perta

Fall 2015 Portland Institute of Contemporary Art Creative Exchange Lab Artist in Residence

9 September 2015 Writing Bodies opening night at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space with Jess Arndt, Michelle Boulé, Dean Daderko, keyon gaskin, EJ Hill, Katherine Hubbard, robbinschilds, and Simone White, curated by Litia Perta

8 September 2015 Somethings Gonna Soon by EMR (Math Bass and Dylan Mira) and A Call and An Offering by Latham Zearfoss and Dylan Mira screening in The First Five Years / The Last Five Years, part of Platforms: 10 Years of Chances Dances in Chicago

13 July 2015 Untitled (Agua Viva) screening in Your Words Give Me a Headache, part of Dirty Looks: On Location NYC, with Kajsa Dahlberg and Mariah Garnett

June 2015 As Above So Below Zero Zero Zero Artforum Critic's Pick by Litia Perta

2015 recipient of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation YoYoYo Artist Grant

7 May 2015 As Above So Below Zero Zero Zero solo exhibition opens at Artist Curated Projects

18 May 2015 Untitled (Agua Viva) at Film Society of Lincoln Center in Print Screen: Maggie Nelson, with Harry Dodge, A.L.Steiner, Zachary Drucker, Mariah Garnett, Van Barnes

28 April 2015 Untitled (Agua Viva) screening with Q+A at &Now Blast Radius Conference, Language in Video Art Now curated by Maggie Nelson, with Danielle Dean, Mariah Garnett, Harry Dodge and Tyler Matthew Oyer

21 February 2015 Untitled (Agua Viva) in Weird Fucks at Portland Institute of Contemporary Art with New Herring Press, Lynne Tillman, Amy Sillman, Donal Mosher, Stacey Tran, Kristin Bradshaw and keyon gaskin

10 December 2014 Initiation release party at Otherwild with Math Bass, Akina Cox, Ania Diakoff, Zackary Drucker, Lauren Davis Fisher, Eve Fowler, Anna Sew Hoy, Molly Larkey, Lauren Mackler, MPA, Taisha Paggett, Shauna Steinbach, A.L. Steiner, Julie Tolentino, Kimberly Varella, Erika Vogt, Suzanne Wright

21 August 2014 screening of Untitled (Agua Viva) in Afterglow curated by Harry Dodge and Aimee Goguen with Camila Romero, Sadie Benning, Moises Jimenez,Kinkey Dolores with text by Audrey Wollen, Patrick Michael Ballard and Michael Richards, Brooks Krichmar, Kerry Tribe, Taralyn Thomas, Von Curtis, Alison Peery, Zach Vidal, Brent Weinbach, Tala Madani, and Johanna Breiding

2 August 2014 A Meerkat's Whistle opens at 3 Days Awake with Arianna Vielmetter, Isabel Theselius, Rachelle Sawatsky, Kathleen Ryan, Brigitte Nicole Grice, Sarah Mcmenimen, Nevine Mahmoud, Julia Kouneski, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Kirby Mages, Amanda Joy, Merideth hildebrand, Mette Hersoug, Lydia Glenn-Murray, Lila DeMagalhaes, Akina Cox, Abigail Collins, Minkyung Choi, Lindsay August-Salazar, Shagha Ariannia, Karen Adeleman, Kelly Akashi

10 June 2014 screening Untitled (Agua Viva) and reading Gertrude Stein’s Many Many Women at LAND's Nomadic Nights With Eve Fowler, Math Bass, Zoe Crosher, Shannon Ebner, Anna Sew Hoy, Lauren Mackler, Litia Perta, Rachelle Sawatsky, Erika Vogt, and Kate Wolf

6 April 2014 screening Untitled (Agua Viva) at The Chicago Underground Film Festival

Dylan Mira is women liminally Los Angeles. Her project used to influence this accident and to grant autonomy to knowledge. His work has been exhibited in nature- LAXART, LA Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, ICA Miami, Performa, depressed and magazines, and including the preservation of the artist Anthology Film on display posting normal a wide screen space. It is the Art Institute of Chicago School Video BFA and UCLA she holds a MBA in new genres.


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