Image Courtesy Brian Boltansky 

Image Courtesy Brian Boltansky 


Rachel Mason is an artist, musician and filmmaker from Los Angeles. Mason has recorded 13 albums, has toured, exhibited sculpture, video and performance at the Whitney Museum, Queens Museum, LACMA, Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art, School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Henry Gallery in Seattle, James Gallery at CUNY, University Art Museum in Buffalo, Sculpture Center, Hessel Museum of Art at Bard and Occidental College, Kunsthalle Zurich, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, The New Museum, Park Avenue Armory, Art in General, La Mama, Galapagos, Dixon Place, and Empac Center for Performance in Troy among other venues. Reviews include New York Times, Village Voice, Los Angeles Times, Flash Art, Art in America, Art News, and Artforum. Her album and feature film, The Lives of Hamilton Fish. has toured festivals and museums internationally and was released in 2016.




University of California Los Angeles, CA, B.A. in Art 2001

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut M.F.A. in Sculpture 2004


LAMOA- Los Angeles Museum of Art, ( Los Angeles, CA (2017)

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, solo presentation at Art in General (Root Studios), NY (2015)

Listening Figures, Kim and Art in General, curated by Kristen Chappa, Riga, Latvia (2014)

Starseeds, curated by Tim Goossens, Envoy Enterprises, New York, NY (2014)

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, Marginal Utility Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (2014)

It All Started Right Here, CSAA, solo exhibition, Brooklyn, NY (2013)

Filibuster, Envoy Enterprises, New York, NY (2013)

The Deaths of Hamilton Fish, Marginal Utility Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (2010)

I Rule With a Broken Heart, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL (2009)

The Candidate, (Solo Exhibition) at Circus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (2008)

Still Legends, Jessica Murray Projects, New York, NY (2004)

New Works, John Slade Ely Center for Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT (2003)




Whitney Houston Biennial, Finley Studios, New York, NY


Amplify Compassion, Art Exhibition and Benefit for the ACLU, 356 Mission, Los Angeles, CA

Forward, ltd los angeles, Los Angeles, CA

WACKing the Piñata, ltd los angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Two Person Exhibition with Natalie Frank, Galleria Marie-Laure Fleisch, Rome, Italy

Cats-in- Residence, curated by Rhonda Lieberman, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA


A Very Anxious Feeling, curated by Melva Bucksbaum and Ray Learsey, Mattatuck Museum Waterbury, CT

In Your Room, curated by Rachel Rampleman and Vanessa Albury, 184 Project Space, Brooklyn, NY

Doppelganging, curated by George Terry, Ruter Family Art Foundation, Norfolk, VA

Empower Dynamics, curated by Jasmine Wahi, The Gateway Project, Newark, NJ

Sight, Site, Cite, curated by Noah Becker, Jeffrey Grunthaner, Outlet Gallery, Brooklyn NY

Fake, curated by Christian Siekmeyer, Exile Gallery, Berlin Germany

Coulisse Effect, (with Liz Magic Laser) curated by Josephine Shokrian, Rachel Valinsky & Haeler Echo at Haeler, Echo, New York, NY

Zaberdast, Twelve Gates Gallery, Philadelphia, PA


Raving Disco Dolly on a Rock and Roll Trolly, envoy enterprises, New York, NY

This is What Sculpture Looks Like, Curated by Magda Sawon, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

Das stille Leben des Sammlers Kempinski, Curated by Billy Miller at Exile Gallery Berlin, Germany

Unruly, Curated by Roman Stollenwerk, Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art at Chafey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Le Mouvement - The City performed, 12th Swiss Sculpture Exhibition,, Biel/Bienne,Switzerland

Wear, Strut, Occupy!, Curated by Lorenzo Cardim, Gallery 31 at Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Out to See, Curated by Sara Reisman, Seaport, New York City, NY

The Sun That Never Sets: Spectacle and Normalcy in Time, Curated by Vanessa Albury, Spring/Break, Old School, NY


We're Glad You Came, at University Art Gallery, UCSD, San Diego, CA

CKTV Curated by Cleopatra's, Brooklyn Academy of Music Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


9th Shanghai Biennial, CKTV Curated by Cleopatra's, Representing Brooklyn, Shanghai, China

Fuel For the Fire, organized by Dawn Kasper, David Zwirner and Jay Sanders at Temporary Space, NY

Up Against It, curated by Billy Miller at Munch Gallery, NY

Queens International Biennial "Three Points Make a Triangle" Queens Museum of Art Biennial


The View of Earth from a An Aquarium, Curated by Billy Miller at Famous Accountants, NY, NY

The Hostess Never Lies, Vogt Gallery, NY, NY

Organs in the Snow, Louis V.E.S.P, New York, NY

Hang in There, Co-Prosperity Dome, Chicago, IL

Personal Histories, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit, MI

Discreet Power, Judson Memorial Church, New York, NY


Joni Mitchell, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York NY

Little Tremors, Atelierhof Kreuzberg, Berlin Germany

Headshop curated by Billy Miller, Exile Gallery, Berlin, Germany

Captive Materials, Curated by Pamela Rosenkrantz, Bintz Residency Space, Zurich, Switzerland

Rock Dreams: Artist Made Songs, Index Art Center, Newark, NJ


Offset Project, organized by Matthew Spiegelman, Mt. Tremper Arts and Hudson Franklin Gallery, New York, NY

Incarnational Aesthetics, curated by Stamatina Gregory and Jenny Jasky, NY Center for Art and Media Studies, New York, NY

We Must Indeed All Hang Together, Sullivan Gallery, School of the Art Institute, Chicago, IL

Holy Empire of the Jaw, solo installation within In-Practice, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY

With Gratitude: Contemporary Artists Address Influence, Madison Museum of Art, Madison, WI

All’s Fair In Art and War: Envisioning Conflict, 21C Museum, Louisville, KY

Is this the Real Life? curated by Phyllis Greene, Galerie Califia, Bohemia, Prague


Funny, Not Funny, Bellwether Gallery, New York, NY

People Weekly, CUNY, James Gallery, curated by Linda Norden, New York, NY

In a Box, curated by Billy Miller, at Canco Lofts, Jersey City, NJ

Red vs. Blue, Art and Politics, Occidental College, curated by Jason Manley, Los Angeles, CA

Democracy in America, Park Avenue Armory, by Creative Time, New York, NY

Other Certainties, curated by Summer Guthery and Amy Owen, NYCAMS, New York, NY

Infrastructure, curated by Roman Stollenwerk, Wignall Museum at Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Pdf, co-curated by Summer Guthery, Lumi Tan, and Nicholas Weist, at 14 International galleries

Mirror/Mirror, curated by Eve Wood and Maryanne Pomonis, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles, NY

Warlord, Smith-Stewart Gallery, New York, NY

Artists as Publishers, The Center for Book and Paper Art, New York, NY

Handle with Care, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY

Under the Influence, curated by Anat Ebgi, Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Anondale on-Hudson, NY

Benefit for Momenta Art Exhibition, Momenta Art and White Columns, New York, NY

The Other Side, curated by Billy Miller, Gallery 58, Jersey City, NJ

Visions from Abroad, curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud, Flushing Town Hall Gallery, Flushing, NY


The Red Badge of Courage, Newark Arts Council, Newark, NJ

Stone Face, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

I Died for Beauty, Newman-Popiashvili Gallery, New York, NY

Summer Romance, Sabina Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

M*A*S*H* curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud and Amy Smith-Stewart, The Helena, New York, NY

This Land is Our Land, curated by Ronnie Bass, The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

Mr. President, University Art Museum, Buffalo, NY


Chain Letter, High Energy Constructs Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Songs of the Ambassadors, Trudi Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Many Many Guys and Girls, All Real Beauties, Circus of Books, Los Angeles, CA

Emerging Artists, Sing Sing Prison Auditorium, Ossining, NY

If A Cat Has Kittens in An Oven are They Kittens or Are They Biscuits, Roebling Hall, New York, NY

Anyhere, Circus of Books, Los Angeles, CA

Dynasty, Gallery MC, New York, NY

Das Herr Winklemann Stipendium, München, Germany

Circular States of Boredom in the Face of World Domination, Circus of Books Studio, New York, NY


Co-Dependent, The Living Room, Miami, FL

Die Prof. Winkler Kunst Und Literaturage Los Angeles, Circus of Books, Los Angeles, CA

National Observer, Circus of Books, Los Angeles, CA

A Kiss Is More Than A Kiss, University of Connecticut, Stamford, CT

Off My Biscuit Destroy Your District! Samson Projects, Boston, MA


Republican Like Me, Parlour Projects, Brooklyn NY

Grotto II Jessica Murray Projects, Brooklyn, NY

Shifting Affinities Yale University Student Art Gallery, New Haven, CT




Riting, Tim Reid on FutureClown, February 20

World of Wonder Reports, "FutureClown’s Weekly Dispatch.” by Jake Thompson, Jan 30

Los Angeles Times, The L.A. Artist Who Lip-Synced Donald Trump's Speech As A Clown, by Carolina Miranda, January 20

Huffington Post, Today, You Can Watch A Clown Read Donald Trump’s Inauguration Speech, by Priscilla Frank, January 20

World of Wonder Reports, "FutureClown’s Inaugural Address.” by Jake Thompson, Jan 30


Cultured Magazine, Rachel Mason Unmasked, by Michael Slenske, Winter Issue

ArtFCity, Rachel Mason interviews Attorney General Ramsey Clark, March 2016

“Rachel Mason to Showcase New Material, Screen New Video in LA.” JammerZine, Jun 18

“LA Debut Performance For Rachel Mason / Rodney On The Roq.” The Record Stache, Jun 18

“Rachel Mason Debuts ‘Das Ram’ Show with DJ Set From Legendary Rodney on The Roq.” Planet of Sound, Jun 18

Sloan, Matt. “Dual Showcases For Rachel Mason In Los Angeles and New York.” Stereo Embers Magazine, Jun 17

Ilya, “Upcoming – Rachel Mason – Tigers in the Dark.” I Heart Noise, 17 Jun “This Week’s Must See Art Events: June 16 – June 22.” Curate

LA, Jun16

Gompers, Sjimon. “Week in Pop.” Impose Magazine, Apr 16

Martinez, Christina Catherina. “Double Booked.” Artforum, Feb 21

Wagley, Catherine. “8 L.A. Arts Figures to Watch in 2016.” LA Weekly, Jan 1 Frank, Priscilla. “Artist Lip-Syncs Entire GOP Debate While

Dressed as a Clown.” Huffington Post, Jan 1

ArtFCity, Rachel Mason interviews Attorney General Ramsey Clark, March 11


Willamette Week, A Tale of Two Fishes, by Nathan Carson, September 16th

New York Music Daily, Rachel Mason Unveils Her Gorgeously Lurid, Erudite Historical Song Suite, Alan Lucid, July 31

Interview Magazine, Werewolf of Wysteria, by Rachel Hurn, July 23

ArtNews, Habitat: Rachel Mason, by Katherine McMahon, July 16

New York Music Daily, Rachel Mason’s Epic New Folk Noir Album Traces Two Twisted Historical Narratives by Alan Young, July 19

Flavorwire, Rachel Mason’s Rock Opera About a Truly Bizarre Real-Life Coincidence, by Alison Herman, July 17

The Wire, Adventures in Sound and Music, by the Wire editors

Bedford and Bowery, A ‘Strange In-Between’ of a Rock Opera, Music Video, Art Piece, by Rob Scher, July 21

Brooklyn Rail, Highly Selective Music Events, Brooklyn Rail Editors, July/ August

Brokelyn, New Music Tuesday: Rachel Mason and The Case of the Coincidental Fish, by Kelly McClure, July 14

Los Angeles Times, Datebook, by Carolina A. Miranda, June 19

Vice Magazine, Exclusive Premiere of the Soundtrack of Rachel Mason's 'The Lives of Hamilton Fish' by VICE Staff, May 1

The New Yorker, Goings On About Town: The Lives of Hamilton Fish, March

PopMatters, Rachel Mason Explores Parallel Lives in her Ambitious Rock Opera, by Adrian Begrand, June 23

The Deli, Rachel Mason Brings Her Ambitious Rock Opera to NYC, Brian Chidester, June 19

Los Angeles Magazine, Murder Ballad Musical The Lives of Hamilton Fish Screens at LACMA Tonight, by Theis Duelund, June 23

LA Weekly, Five Art Shows You Should See This Week, by Catherine Wagley

Examiner, Rachel Mason discusses new album and film project, May 7

Bloun Art Info, 10 Must-See Gallery Shows During Armory Week, by Scott Indrisek, March 2

Hyperallergic, ArtRx NYC by Hrag Vartanian on March 3

Art in America, The Agenda: This Week in New York, by Art in America Editors, March 3

Impose Magazine, Week in Pop, by Sjimon Gompers, February 13,

Large Hearted Boy, Soundtracked, by David Gutowski, May 22

LAist, 21 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week, by Christine N. Ziemba, June 22,

DCist, The Lives of Hamilton Fish at GWU’s Corcoran, by Alex Tabeleff, April 21

New York Times, Both Were Born Hamilton Fish But Their Paths Differed, Tammy LaGorce, January 17

IMBY, Review of The Lives of Hamilton Fish, by Enid Futterman, March 20

ArtFCity, The Making of Hamilton Fish, Rachel Mason's 8 Year Saga, Whitney Kimball, January 29

Metroland, From Stage to Screen to Dream, Ann Morrow, February 5

Albany Times Union, Avant-Garde Opera Explores Two Hamilton Fishes, Paul Grondahl, January 22

WAMC, Cinematic Rock Opera, The Lives of Hamilton Fish, March 12


Artforum, Best of 2014 by Wayne Koestenbaum, December 2014

Animal New York, Interview with Rhett Jones, December 15, 2014

FilmThreat, Review of The Lives of Hamilton Fish, October 2014

Bomb Magazine, Rachel Mason in conversation with Eleanor Antin, September, 2014

ArtNews, The Golden Spike and New York's Robert Smithson Problem, by Andew Russeth, August 26, 2014

New York Times, Review of "This is What Sculpture Looks Like" by Roberta Smith, July 25, 2014

Brooklyn Rail, Review of "This is What Sculpture Looks Like" by July 2014

Incident Magazine, "Body as Omen" by Sheilah Wilson, July 18, 2014

Ossining Daily Voice, "Sing Sing Execution Inspires Film on Life and Death of Two Hamilton Fishes" by Sam Barron, July 14, 2014

Temporary Art Review, "An Image is A Puzzle" by Lauren Frances Adams, July 11, 2014

Queens Ledger, Profile of Rachel Mason "Out of This World" by Chase Collum, July 9, 2014

Huffington Post, Review of "16 Contemporary Women Sculptors You Should Know" by Priscilla Frank, June 30, 2014 The Aesthetics of A Filibuster, by LJ Kessels, July 1 2014

GalleristNY, "The Cannibal and The Statesman, Rachel Mason performs a Karaoke Rock Opera Film" Nikki Lohr, June 4, 2014

WordPress, "Primeval" Review of The Lives of Hamilton Fish by Adam McGovern, June 6, 2014

Huffington Post, "20 Of The Most Confusing Performance Art Pieces of All Time" by Katherine Brooks, June 30, 2014

NewsWorks, WHYY Radio, "Live on Stage Documentaries Hit Philly" April 4, 2014

Filmstew.Com, "One Hamilton Fish Killed, The Other Didn't," April 12, 2013

New York Magazine, "See This Art" by Jerry Saltz, February 2014

Berlin Art LInk, Studio Visit with Rachel Mason by Lucia Love, February 26, 2014 Editorial, February 2014

Huffington Post, "Artist Sculpts Doll Versions of Her Female Heroes" by Priscilla Frank, February 2014

Art in America, Crits from Hell, January, 2014

New York Observer, Gallerist, "12 things to do in New York’s art world" Andrew Russeth, February 2014

DailyServing, "Rachel Mason: Starseeds at Envoy Enterprises" by Elsbeth Walker March 26, 2014 "Rachel Mason on Sculpting her Artistic Role Models" by Emily Colucci, March 17, 2014


Artist as Applicant, Huffington Post, by Rachel Mason Jan 19, 2013, Interview, by Willa Rubin Jan 31, 2013


Gallerist, Review of Fuel for the Fire, by Michael H. Miller, July 6, 2012

Joy of Violent Movement, Review of performance at RH Gallery, by Will Helms Dec. 18, 2012


The Deli, Experimental NYC: The Human Carpet, Borts Minorts and Little Band of Sailors, Valerie Kuehne, July 19, 2011

GALO Magazine, Little Band of Sailors: Discussion with Rachel Mason on Her Newest Project, Melissa Dawn Alexander, July 19, 2011

16 Miles of String, The Outsider: Rachel Mason and Little Band of Sailors at Asia Song Society, Andrew Russeth, July 13, 2011

ARTINFO, Rachel Mason Turns H.P. Lovecraft Into a Bizarre Art Musical at Terence Koh's Asia Song Society, Ann Binlot, July 13, 2011

Whitewall Magazine, Thank You Rosekind on Tour, June 21, 2011

Detroit News, MOCAD exhibits manipulate time, scale, Michael H. Hodges, March 10, 2011

Art21, Characters, Not Caricatures: The Multifarious Art of Rachel Mason, Claudine Ise, February 22, 2011

Artforum, 500 Words, February 7, 2011

2010, Rachel Mason's The Death of Hamilton Fish at Marginal Utility Gallery, Tiernan Alexander, June 14, 2010

New York Times, Make Room for Video, Performance and Paint, Roberta Smith, January 3, 2010


Artforum Magazine, Review of Solo Exhibition, I Rule with A Broken Heart, by James Yood, April 2009, Picks, “In-Practice” by Lori Cole, February 2009

Flash Art, New York Artists Dictionary, by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, January/Feb2009

Make Magazine, Exhibition in Print, The Candidate, by Katie Geha, Winter 2009

WFMU, Lord Franklin, played on John Allen's Radio show, January 2009


Artillery Magazine, Gotham Groove, by Alison Beth Levy and Cassie Thornton, Nov/Dec 2008

Globe and Mail, Want Scrappy,Vibrant Political Debate? Look to the Artists, Simon Houpt, Sept. 29, 2008

Art US, Review of The Candidate, by Eve Wood, Spring 2008, Issue 22

Flash Art, Review of The Candidate, by Rosanna Albertini, March-April 2008

Modern Painters, Working Practice: The Ambassadors, by Claire Barliant, April 2008 Pick by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer, January 2008

Queens Chronicle, Flushing Town Hall Offers Visions from Abroad, by Michael Mohammed, April 10, 2008, Review of Under the Influence, by Tyler Coburn, April 2008

Neue Zürchur Zeitung, Unter dem Strich, by Karolina Dankow, February 27, 2008

Huffington Post, Interview with Kimberly Brooks, February 23, 2008

Los Angeles Times The Art of the Gesture on the Campaign Trail, by Will Blythe, February 10, 2008 Review of The Candidate, by Shana Nys Dambrot, January 2008

Daily Review of The Candidate, February 3, 2008

Interview with Kitty Felde for KPCC Radio, NPR station in Los Angeles, February 5, 2008


NYFA Current, The Ambassadors, by Nick Stillman, October 2007

Exit Express Magazine, Cara de Póquer, by Lia Trinka-Browner October 2007

The Korean Times, Summer Romance, July 30, 2007

Tomorrow Unlimited, No Jerks, by Tyler Coburn, June, 22, 2007

The Daily Gazette, Nontraditional Presidential Portraits, Karen Bjornland, March 20, 2007

Art News, Review of Mr. President, Merideth Mendelsohn, March 2007

Metroland, Review of Mr. President, Nadine Wasserman, February 15, 2007

The Times Union, All the Presidents’ Images, Tresca Weinstein, January 28, 2007

PS1 Art Radio, David Humphrey's Sound and Vision, 2007


Stretcher Magazine, (Review of Action Adventure) Asha Schechter, Thursday July 20, 2006

Village Voice, Strange Days, Jerry Salz, May 5, 2006

Art News, The Eureka Moment, May 2006

The Art Newspaper, Artists Look to the After Life, Adrian Dannatt, May 2006

Topic Magazine, The Global Patriot: Rachel Mason Designs Tomorrow’s Model Anthem May 2006


Hartford Courant, It was Only A Kiss…Or Was It? Matthew Erikson, October 18, 2005

Art Moco, Review of Off My Biscuit Destroy Your District, October 12, 2005

New York Times, Oh Say Can You Sing, Richard Morgan, September 11, 2005

Artforum, Top Ten Pick, Tim Davis, January 2005

Village Voice, Pick, Kim Levin, January 2005


Artforum, Top Ten Pick, David Riminelli, January 2004

Los Angeles Times, Critic’s Notebook, A Bush Buss is More Than a Kiss, Mark Swed, September 1, 2004, Critic’s Pick, Republican Like Me, Nick Stillman, August- September 2004

New York Times, Weekend Arts Section, Caution: Angry Artists at Work, Roberta Smith, Aug. 24, 2004

New Haven Advocate, Lips Together Bust Apart, Chris Arnott, July 1, 2004

New Haven Register, Arts Section, Review of New Work, Judy Birke, July 4, 2004

Yale Daily News, Art Exhibit Provokes, Inspires, Neil Katsuyama, January 29, 2004


New Haven Register, Arts Section, Review of Crosstown Traffic, Judy Birke, October 30, 2003

New Haven Advocate, Review of Model Anthem, Chistopher Arnott, July 17, 2003

Yale Daily News, Review of Model Anthem, Erin Donar April 8, 2003


Res Magazine, Vol. 4. No. 2 Video Art’s Digital Generation, Claudine Isé, May 2000

Los Angeles Times, Art Reviews, Review of Amped, David Pagel, October 6, 2000


Alpha Andromeda (Moving Episode 1) Human Resources Gallery, February, 2017

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, performance at Raindance Film Festival, London, UK, September 2015

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, performance at the Corcoran Gallery, George Washington University, 2015

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, screening at the Henry Art Gallery, September, 2015

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, concert at Joe's Pub, July 2015

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, screening at Anthology Film Archives, July 2015

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, performance at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, June 2015

Originalé by Karlhein Stockhausen, organized by The Kitchen, New York, NY November 2014

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, performance at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, 2014

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, performance at Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA, 2014

Performance for Sculpture with The USE at Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY 2014

Body As Omen, Curated by Sheilah Wilson, Ortega y Gassett Projects, Brooklyn, NY 2014

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, Spectacle Theater, Brooklyn NY 2014

The Lives of Hamilton Fish, University of the Arts, Pennsylvania, 2014

The Lives of Hamilton Fish Special Preview and Performance, Clocktower Gallery, New York, NY 2013

The Lives of Hamilton Fish Screening at Experimenta, Pineapple Underground Film Festival, Hong Kong, 2013

Alien Suns- screened at "Op on Screen" Opera on Film, Lower East Side Performing Arts Project, Hamilton Fish Library, 2011

Songs of the Ambassadors, Exhibition Screening, "Personal Histories, "Detroit Museum of Art, Detroit, MI, 2011

Code Flight, Screened at Dumbo Art Center, NY March 6, 2011

Wall- Televised screening "Altered States," Artist Television Association, San Francisco, December 19, 2011

Terrestrial Being Series- Televised Program for Louis V.E.S.P. Artist's T.V. September 2010

The Deaths of Hamilton Fish, Exhibition Screening, Marginal Utility Gallery, 2010

Carlos II- Exhibition Screening, "Rock Dreams: Artist Made Songs" Index Art Center, Newark, NJ, 2010 2010

Wall- Exhibition Screening "Hang in There," Co-Prosperity Dome, Chicago, IL 2010

Songs of the Ambassadors- Exhibition Screening "I Rule With a Broken Heart, " Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL, 2010

Wall- +1, Screened at UN-SCR- 1325, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY April 11, 2009

Wall- Screened at Troooz, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany July- August 2008

Songs for Ancient Civilizations, Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland, Feb 28, 2008

Carlos II, Televised Screening, Moab Video Project, TV Station MAC 21, Moab Desert, UT 2008

Carlo II, Exhibition Screening, Stone Face, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, 2009 2007

Never Let Me Down Again, Screened at NADA Art Fair, Miami, FL 2006

Wall, Screened at Aixperimental, 24 th International Short Film Festival Aix-en- Provence, France, 2006

Performance of The Lives of Hamilton Fish at University of Art, Philadelphia, 2014

Through the Mountain at the Center of the World, (as part of It All Started Right Here) Silent Barn, NY, 2014

The Day of the Sigh Sob, Human Resources, Los Angeles, 2013

Dear Unisphere, performance at Queens Museum, 2012

Song Cycle of Hamilton Fish as part of Dawn Kasper's contribution to the Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum, NY 2012

Hidden Statue, performance with Joan Jonas and Shana Moulton at Vogt Gallery, August 2011

Three Songs for John Ahearn, performance at Socrates Sculpture Park for FLOAT curated by Cleopatra's, August 2011

Alien Suns, performance at Dixon Place, September 2011

The Outsider, performance at Asia Song Society, 2011

Songs of the Ambassadors, Detroit Museum of Art, NY March 25, 2011

Code Flight- A Musical Tale of Dementia and Love, Dumbo Art Center, NY March 6, 2011

A Cocktail of Glitter and Anarchy with the Cockettes, The Tank, NY, NY April 13, 2011

Birthday Suit, curated by Billy Miller, Basso Art Gallery, Berlin, Germany February 16, 2011

Altered States, curated by Billy Miller, Artist Television Association, San Francisco, December 19, 2011

Sonic Medicine Wheel, Bushwick, NY May 1, 2010

New Nothing Concert Series,with Josephine Foster, Empac Performance Center, April 2, 2010

Voice and Light Systems- Organized by Nick Hallet, New Museum, NY, May 21, 2009

+1, A Film and Video Screening for UN-SCR- 1325, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY April 11, 2009

Its All Yours Now, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY March 15, 2009

Its A Process, Organized by Jennifer Sullivan, Klaus Von Nichtensen Gallery, NY, NY March 9, 2009

Nostalgia Isn’t What It Used to Be, Curated by Sharon Hayes, at La Mama, New York, NY February 13, 14, 15, 2009

Gently Johnny, With Corey McCorkle, at Dave Miko Studio, Brooklyn, NY, January 25, 2009

Hammond Hall Wake, Hammond Hall Closing at Yale University, New Haven, Dec. 3, 2008

Garbage Man in the Mirror, Bellwether Gallery, New York, NY November 20, 2008

Somebody to Love, NYCAMS, NY, October 24, 2008

Songs for My Cabinet, CUNY, New York, NY September 16, 2008

Your Face Exploded into The Mountain, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY September 21, 2008

Terrestrial Being at Swiss Institute, New York, NY August 17, 2008

The Final Hour s of Saddam Hussein, Emigrant Savings Bank/ Common Room, New York, NY July 6, 2008

Non-Opposing Forces on Battlefield Stanton, Smith-Stewart, New York, NY June 18, 2008

Troooz, (Screening of Wall) Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany July- August 2008

No Milk Today Show, Autoversion Ltd Gallery, New York, NY, May 2, 2008

Our Leader Enters Stage Left Behind a Curtain, Bard College, April 13, 2008

Songs for Ancient Civilizations, Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland, Feb 28, 2008

Moab Video Project, (screening of Carlos II) curated by Christy Gast, Station MAC 21, Moab Desert, UT 2008

Candidate Mason: Inaugural Farewell Address, eighteen-thirty, Los Angeles February 9, 2008

The Ambassadors Songs Volume I, JMOCA, Los Angeles, February 1, 2008

The Ambassadors Volume II Record Release, Printed Matter, Dec 20, 2007

The Ambassadors Songs Volume I, New Art Dealers Alliance- Miami- Dec. 6 2007

Hamilton Fish at Mini-Concerts in Back Alley’s Dec. 1, 2007

General Concert, curated by Dean Daderko, Art-in- General, New York, NY 2007

Chicago Ex-Pats, 205 Club, organized by Creative-Time, New York, NY 2007

Re-Origin of the Spieces, Soloman Gallery, East Hampton, New York 2007

Aixperimental, 24 th International Short Film Festival (Screening of Wall ) Aix-en- Provence, France, 2006

Dark Matter, performance at 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY 2006

Holiday Cruise, performance at Taxter and Spengeman Gallery, New York, NY, 2006



OtherKin (2016)

The Lives of Hamilton Fish (2014)

Woman with a Suitcase/ Little Band of Sailors (LP- 2013)

Code Flight (LP- 2010)

Trials (EP- 2008)

Songs of The Ambassadors Volume II (LP- 2007)

Songs of The The Ambassadors Volume I (LP- 2006)

The End of Dynasty ( EP- 2006)

27 Dead or Alive (LP- 2004)

Songs of States (LP-2003)

Gayley Manor/ Cemor Ram (LP-2001)



Square Peg in A Round Hole- Compilation

McSweeny’s – photograph of Shaker Quarter’s for Will Blythe’s contribution to Atlas of States

Make Magazine- Campaign Journal and Illustrations of Authors

Triple Canopy- Campaign Journal

No Milk Today- Billy Miller

K48- Scott Hug

Straight to Hell- Billy Miller

Zing Magazine- Circus of Books exhibition curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud

So Much Fire to Roast Human Flesh- anti-war music compilation by Josephine Foster

Esopus- Image for Josephine Foster song


Rome Prize- Nominated- 2016

LMCC- Studio Residency Award, 2012-2013

NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship Award, 2012

Tiffany Grant Nominee, 2009

Rema Hort Mann Nominee 2008

Susan H. Whedon Award, 2004

Blair Dickinson Memorial Prize, 2004

Finalist for Alice Kimball Fellowship, 2004

Hoyt Fine Arts Scholarship, 2001

Jackie Hicks Memorial Scholarship, 2001