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Solo Exhibitions

      • Coyotaje,
           Art in General, New York, NY, 2017.
      • A Very Long Line,
           Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM, 2016.
      • People of Good Will,
           Musagetes Foundation, Guelph, Canada, 2014-2016.
      • Repellent Fence,
           US/Mexican Border, Douglas, AZ, U.S., Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mex., October 2015.
      • The Advice Seekers Want To Be Told Their Right,
          Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, Spring 2015.
      • Gallup Motel Butchering,
          CentralTrak Gallery, University of Texas, Dallas, TX, Spring 2015.
      • Pollination, SouthwestNET: Postcommodity
          Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ, Spring 2015.
      • It’s My Second Home,
          But I Have a Very Spiritual Connection With This Place,
          Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA, Spring 2013.
      • The Night is Filled With the Harmonics of Suburban Dreams,
          Lawrence Arts Center, Lawrence, KS, Fall 2011.
      • It Wasn’t the Dream of Golden Cities,
          Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Santa Fe, NM, Fall 2010.
      • Worldview Manipulation Therapy,
          Ice House, Phoenix, AZ, December 2009.
      • Intersections, Institute Slavonice, Center For the Future, Slavonice,
          Czech Republic, May 2007.

Group Exhibitions

      • documenta14
          Kassel, DE, June 2017.
      • documenta14
          Athens, GR, April 2017.
      • 2017 Whitney Biennial
          Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, March 2017.
      • Resistance After Nature
          Haverford Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford, PA, March 2017.
      • Land Art - Broken Ground New Beginnings
          Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL, February 2017.
      • Screens and Thresholds
          Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC, October 2016.
      • Visions Into Infinite Archives
          SOMArts, San Francisco, CA, January 2016.
      • Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Liberation
          Knockdown Center, Brooklyn, NY, May 2015.
      • Image Festival, A Non-Place in A Space
          A Space Gallery, Toronto, ON, April 2015.
      • You Are On Indian Land,
          Radiator Gallery, New York, NY, March 2015.
      • Boundary//Battle,
          Redline, Denver, CO, December 2014.
      • Free State Festival,
           Lawerence Art Center, Lawerence, KS, June 2014.
      • 18th Biennale of Sydney,
          Sydney, Australia, June 2012.
      • Time Lapse / March 2012,
          Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 2012.
      • Adelaide International 2012: Restless,
          Adelaide, Australia, March 2012.
      • Here,
          Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art Museum,
          Philidelphia, PA, October 2011.
      • Nuit Blanche,
          Toronto, Canada. October, 2011.
      • Contour 2011, 5th Bienniel of Sound and Image,
          Mechelen, Belgium. August, 2011.
      • Half Life: Patterns of Change,
          Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM, June, 2011.
      • Close Encounters,
          Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art,
          Winnipeg, Canada, Winter 2011.
      • Muorrajurdagat,
          The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design,
          Oslo Norway, Fall 2010.
      • Native Confluence: Sustaining Cultures,
          Arizona State University Art Museum, Fall, 2009.
      • Martha and Mary Street Fair,
          Arizona State University Art Museum Happening, April, 2009.
      • 4+4+4 Days in Motion Festival,
          Prague, Czech Republic, May, 2007.

Performances and Happenings

      • Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Liberation
          sound performance,
          Silent Barn, New York, NY, April 2017.
      • 6th Sarah Lee Elson, Class of 1984, International Artist-in-Residence
          sound performance,
          Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey, April 2017.
      • documenta14
          sound performance,
          Athens, Greece, April 2017.
      • 2017 Whitney Biennial
          sound performance,
          New York, NY, April 2017.
      • San Francisco Art Institute
          sound performance,
          San Francisco, California, February 2017.
      • New Cities, Future Ruins
          sound performance,
          Dallas, Texas, November 2016.
      • Screens and Thresholds
          sound performance,
          North Vancouver, BC, October 2016.
      • Espectro Electromagnético
          sound performance,
          Mexico City, Mexico, June 2016.
      • Center for Contemporary Arts
          sound performance,
          Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 2016.
      • Human Resources
          sound performance,
          Los Angeles, California, February 2016.
      • Grand Central Art Center
          sound performance,
          Santa Ana, California, February 2016.
      • Life Changing Ministries
          sound performance,
          Oakland, California, February 2016.
      • The Lab
          sound performance,
          San Francisco, California, February 2016.
      • Heritage Hall
          sound performance in collaboration with Douglas Ewart,
          Guelph, Ontario, November 2015.
      • Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Liberation 2015
          sound performance,
          Brooklyn, New York, May 2015.
      • Guelph Jazz Festival 2014
          sound performance,
          Guelph, Canada, September 2014.
      • Kazoo! Festival 2014
          sound performance,
          Guelph, Canada, April 2014.
      •  GPS or Hacking the Coordinates to Enable Shape Shifting and Shadow Networks
          sound performance,
          Banff Centre, Banff, Canada, January 2014.
      • Game Remains: Golden Horseshoe, Guelph Café,
          sound performance, installation, and socially engaged collaboration
          Musagetes Foundation, Guelph, Ontario, September 2013.
      • Game Remains, 41st Annual John Donald Robb Composers’ Symposium,
          sound performance,
          Small Engine, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 2012.
      • Piles of Cougar Pelts, Museum of Contemporary Native Arts,
          Santa Fe, NM, August 2001.
      • Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation,
           Brooklyn, NY, June, 2011.
      • Half Life: Patterns of Change, Santa Art Institute, sound performance,
           Santa Fe, NM, June, 2011.
      • Your New Age Fantasies Contain More Blood Than You Imagine,
           sound performance and happening,
           Lawrence Art Center, Lawrence, KS, December 2010.
      • Your New Age Fantasies Contain More Blood Than You Imagine,
           sound performance and happening,
           Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, Canada, May 2010.
      • Your New Age Fantasies Contain More Blood Than You Imagine,
           sound performance and happening,
           Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, April 2010.
      • Your New Age Fantasies Contain More Blood Than You Imagine,
           sound performance and happening,
           Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art, March 2010.
      • Your New Age Fantasies Contain More Blood Than You Imagine,
           sound performance and happening,
           Ice House, Phoenix, AZ, December 2009.
      • Do You Remember When?, Sound performance and happening,
           Arizona State University Art Museum, October, 2009.
      • Broom Shaman Ritual, Performance,
           Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, AZ, July 2007.

Books

      • Postcommodity + Magor, Postcommodity Publications (PCP), 2010.

Publications by Postcommodity

      • Postcommodity. "2043: No Es Un Sueño."
          Published in:
          Walker Art Center: Artist Op-Eds
          2017. Print.

      • Postcommodity. "Art is Deaf."
          Published in:
          Wood Land School Critical Reader, Movement
          Forthcomming, 2016. Print.

      • Postcommodity. "Repellent Fence / Valla Repelente."
          Published in:
          Art21, Movement
          Jan/Feb issue, 2016. Print.

      • Postcommodity. "Repellent Fence in Our Own Words."
          Published in:
          Art Matters
          2015. Print.

      • Postcommodity. "With Salvage and Knife Tongue."
          Published in:
          Art in the Global Present
          Eds. Papastergiadis, Nikos, and Victoria Lynn. 2014. Print.

Publications Written About or Mentioning Postcommodity

      • "Pick a Lock: On the Hunt at Documenta in Athens."
          Published in:
          Artnews.
          Written by Andrew Russeth.
          June, 7 2017

      • "Let's Make Protest Great Again."
          Published in:
          Mousse Magazine.
          Written by Jens Hoffmann.
          Summer, 2017

      • "Mending the Border: The Indigenous Eye of Postcommodity."
          Published in:
          American Indian, Smithsonian Institution.
          Written by Anya Montiel.
          Summer, 2017

      • "Reviews: Postcommodity at Art in General."
          Published in:
          Art in America.
          Written by David Markus.
          June 1, 2017

      • "Make America Mexico Again: 10 Artworks About Immigration and the Border."
          Published in:
          Artspace.
          Written by Loney Abrams.
          May 25, 2017

      • ""Dialogue Is Our Ceremony": An Interview With Postcommodity."
          Published in:
          The Quietus.
          Written by Adam Lehrer.
          May 13, 2017

      • "Artist Collective Postcommodity on Recovering Knowledge and Making Border Metaphors."
          Published in:
          Hyperallergic.
          Written by Risa Puleo.
          May 4, 2017

      • "Crossing Over: Postcommodity Flips the Script on U.S. Border Patrol."
          Published in:
          ARTNEWS.
          Written by Alex Greenberger.
          May 4, 2017

      • "How Postcommodity Brought Arizona's Border to the 2017 Whitney Biennial."
          Published in:
          Phoenix New Times.
          Written by Lynn Trimble.
          May 4, 2017

      • "POSTCOMMODITY Coyotaje."
          Published in:
          The Brooklyn Rail.
          Written by Jared Quinton.
          May 1, 2017

      • "10 Galleries to Visit Now in Brooklyn."
          Published in:
          New York Times.
          Written by Martha Schwendener.
          April 27, 2017

      • "47 Galleries That Bring You the Art of Now."
          Published in:
          New York Times.
          Written by Will Heinrich.
          April 27, 2017

      • "Imagining the Wall."
          Published in:
          New York Times.
          Written by Robert Ito.
          April 23, 2017

      • "Trump Proposed a Wall. They Imagined How It Would Work."
          Published in:
          New York Times.
          Written by Robert Ito.
          April 21, 2017

      • "Is Political Art the Only Art That Matters Now?"
          Published in:
          Vulture.
          Written by Carl Swanson.
          April 20, 2017

      • "Sonic Spirituality: Louise Erdrich on Postcommodity's Ceremonial Transformation of LRAD"
          Published in:
          Walker Art Center Untitled (Blog).
          Written by Louise Erdrich.
          April 18, 2017

      • "Goings On About Town: Postcommodity, Coyotaje"
          Published in:
          The New Yorker.
          April 18, 2017

      • "Art: Interview, Postcommodity"
          Published in:
          Bomb.
          Written by Rob Goyanes.
          April 13, 2017

      • "Critics’ Picks, Postcommodity: Art in General"
          Published in:
          ARTFORUM.
          Written by Katherine Brewer Ball.
          April 7, 2017

      • "The Bold Groups Tying Art History to Political History at the Whitney Biennial"
          Published in:
          The Village Voice.
          Written by Siddhartha Mitter.
          March 15, 2017

      • "10 Artists to Discover at the 2017 Whitney Biennial"
          Published in:
          The Huffington Post.
          Written by Natalie Hegert.
          March 18, 2017

      • "Why the Whitney’s Humanist, Pro-Diversity Biennial Is a Revelation"
          Published in:
          New York Times.
          Written by Roberta Smith.
          March 16, 2017

      • "The 2017 Whitney Biennial Is the Most Politically Charged in Decades"
          Published in:
          Vulture and New York Magazine.
          Written by Jerry Saltz.
          March 14, 2017

      • "Whitney Biennial 2017: Trump’s shadow looms over politically charged show"
          Published in:
          The Guardian, US Edition.
          Written by Nadja Sayej.
          March 17, 2017

      • "Art in the Age of Trump"
          Published in:
          Time Magazine.
          Written by Eliza Berman.
          March 29, 2017

      • "The 2017 Whitney Biennial Is a Moving, Forward Looking Tour de Force — A Triumph"
          Published in:
          ArtNews.
          Written by Andrew Russeth.
          March 14, 2017

      • "Protest Art in the Era of Trump"
          Published in:
          New York Times.
          Written by M.H. Miller.
          February 20, 2017

      • "The Violence of the 2017 Whitney Biennial"
          Published in:
          Hyperallergic.
          Written by Hrag Vartanian.
          March 20, 2017

      • "For Artists: the U.S. Mexico Border is Fertile Territory"
          Published in:
          Artsy.
          Written by Matt Stromberg.
          March 7, 2017

      • "Away with Escapism: The 2017 Whitney Biennial Reflects Our Dark Times"
          Published in:
          The Villager.
          Written by Stephanie Buhmann.
          March 22, 2017

      • "Border Patrol: Indigenous arts collective Postcommodity breaches the US-Mexico border fence"
          Published in:
          The Santa Fe Reporter.
          Written by Jordan Eddy.
          February 15, 2017

      • "Here Comes the Whitney Biennial, Reflecting the Tumult of the Times"
          Published in:
          New York Times.
          Written by Robin Pogrebin.
          November 17, 2016

      • "Borderland Readymades: Postcommodity’s Repellent Fence"
          Published in:
          THE Magazine.
          Written by Alicia Inez Guzmán.
          December 2, 2016

      • "About Place: An Interview with Postcommodity"
          Published in:
          The Miami Rail.
          Written by Crystal Migwans.
          Winter 2016

      • "The Implication of a Fence: Part One – An Early Form of Surveillance"
          Published in:
          Beacon Broadside, Beacon Press.
          Written by Mark Trecka.
          June 2016

      • "The Implication of a Fence: Part Two – Eye to Eye"
          Published in:
          Beacon Broadside, Beacon Press.
          Written by Mark Trecka.
          June 2016

      • "The Implication of a Fence: Part Three – The Sovereignty of Context"
          Published in:
          Beacon Broadside, Beacon Press.
          Written by Mark Trecka.
          July 2016

      • "The Implication of a Fence: Part Four – We Just Don’t Live in That World"
          Published in:
          Beacon Broadside, Beacon Press.
          Written by Mark Trecka.
          July 2016

      • "Gang Up: 16 Great Canadian Art Collaborations"
          Published in:
          Canadian Art.
          Written by Alison Cooley and Daniella Sanader.
          June 27, 2016

      • "Projects We Love: Repellent Fence"
          Published in:
          Public Art Review.
          Written by Jen Dolan.
          Issue 54 - Spring/Summer 2016

      • "Critical Reflection"
          Published in:
          THE Magazine.
          Written by Susan Wider.
          June 2016

      • "A temporary artwork by the art collective Postcommodity visibly transcends the US-Mexico border"
          Published in:
          art ltd.
          Written by Deborah Ross.
          Jan/Feb 2016, v. 10 no. 1

      • ""Repellent Fence" Stares Across the U.S.-Mexican Border"
          Published in:
          World Policy Blog
          Written by Karina Taylor.
          December 2015

      • "Column Follow up: Postcommodity Threads Indigenous Narrative into Border Narrative"
          Published in:
          Adobe Airstream
          Written by Matthew Irwin.
          November 15, 2015

      • "Column Follow up: A 'Repellent Fence' made of air rises at the border"
          Published in:
          Los Angeles Times, Culture High and Low
          Written by Carolina A. Miranda.
          November 3, 2015

      • "Artists Bisect the US-Mexico Border with Balloons"
          Published in:
          Hyperallergic
          Written by Adele Olivera.
          October 16, 2015

      • "Postcommodity Stitched Together the U.S./Mexico Border With Repellent Fence"
          Published in:
          Phoenix New Times
          Written by Lynn Trimble.
          October 13, 2015

      • "Postcommodity Artist Collective Creates Repellent Fence at Arizona-Mexico Border"
          Published in:
          Phoenix New Times
          Written by Lynn Trimble.
          October 6, 2015

      • "A border fence made of air: Native Artists to create two-mile installation"
          Published in:
          Los Angeles Times
          Written by Carolina A. Miranda.
          September 18, 2015

      • "Borderline: How ‘Repellent Fence’ Clears Up the Immigration Debate"
          Published in:
          BigThink
          Written by Bob Duggan.
          September 2015

      • "'Centering the Indigenous': Postcommodity's Trans-Indigenous Relational Art"
          Published in:
          Third Text
          Written by Mark Watson.
          September 2015

      • "Artist Collective Postcommodity to Fly Giant Eyes Over US/Mexican Border"
          Published in:
          artnet news
          Written by Cait Munro.
          August 18, 2015

      • "Postmodern Ambush"
          Published in:
          Afterall
          Written by Lucy Lippard.
          Summer 2015

      • "Reimagining Ceremonies: A Conversation With Postcommodity."
          Published in:
          Afterall
          Written by Bill Kelly Jr.
          Summer 2015

      • "Glimpses of a Pastoral Dystopia"
          Published in:
          Hyperallergic
          Written by Erin Joyce.
          April 9, 2015

Recordings

      • We Lost Half the Forest, and the Rest Will Burn This Summer,
          Anarchy Moon Records, full length LP.
      • Pile of Cougar Pelts, featured in The Contour 2011 Sound + Vision LP,
          Plug In Editions and Contour vzw, 2011.
      • Your New Age Dream Contains More Blood Than You Imagine,
          Anarchy Moon Records, full length LP, 2011.
      • Postcommodity + Magor,
          Postcommodity Publications (PCP), 2010.

Exhibition Catalogs

      • documenta14,
          documenta14, 2017.
      • Whitney Biennial 2017,
          Whitney Museum of American Art, 2017.
      • All Our Relations,
          18th Biennale of Sydney, 2012.
      • Adelaide International 2012,
          Adelaide Festival, 2012.
      • Here,
          Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, 2011.
      • Contour 2011,
          5th Biennial of the Moving Image, 2011.
      • Close Encounters: The Next 500 Years,
          Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, 2011.
      • Defining Sustainability,
          Arizona State University Art Museum, 2009.

Speaking Engagements

      • Artist Talk, Artist Op-Eds
          2043: No Es Un Sueño
          Walker Art Center
          Minneapolis, MN, February 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Repellent Fence
          Florida State University
          Tallahassee, FL, February 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Hacking the Coordinates: Postitionality and the Repellent Fence
          Idyllewild Arts Academy
          Idyllewild, CA, February 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Hacking the Coordinates: Postitionality and the Repellent Fence
          University of California, Riverside
          Riverside, CA, February 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Hacking the Coordinates: Postitionality and the Repellent Fence
          University of Southern California
          Los Angeles, CA, February 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Hacking the Coordinates: Postitionality and the Repellent Fence
          San Francisco Art Institute
          San Francisco, CA, February 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Hacking the Coordinates: Postitionality and the Repellent Fence
          University of California at Davis
          Davis, CA, February 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Hacking the Coordinates: Postitionality and the Repellent Fence
          Concordia University
          Montreal, Canada, January 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          Repellent Fence / Valla Repelente
          MLA Subconference
          Austin, TX, January 2016.
      • Artist Talk,
          SouthwestNET: Postcommodity
          Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.
          Scottsdale, Arizona, March 2015.
      • Artist Talk,
          Postcommodity Artist Talk
          University of North Texas.
          Denton, Texas, January 2015.
      • Artist Talk,
          Postcommodity Artist Talk
          Centraltrak, University of Texas at Dallas.
          Dallas, Texas, January 2015.
      • Artist Talk,
          Postcommodity Artist Talk
          Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago.
          Chicago, Illinois, September 2014.
      • Artist Talk,
          Postcommodity Artist Talk
          Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas.
          Lawrence, Kansas, September 2014.
      • Artist Talk,
          Postcommodity Artist Talk
          University of Oklahoma.
          Norman, Oklahoma, September 2014.
      • Artist Talk,
          GPS or Hacking the Coordinates to Enable Shape Shifting and
          Shadow Networks: Postcommodity
          Banff Centre.
          Banff, Canada, January 2014.
      • Artist Talk,
          Big Ideas in Art & Culture Lecture Series: Postcommodity
          Musagetes and Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area (CAFK+A).
          Guelph, Ontario, November 2013.
      • Artist Talk,
          Art Gallery of New South Wales, 18th Biennale of Sydney,
          Sydney, AUS, June 2012.
      • Panel Discussion,
          Postcommodity, John Wolseley, and
          Gerald McMaster, June 2012.
          Opening Week Symposium: Art Gallery of New South Wales,
          18th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, AUS, June 2012.
      • Art After Hours: Celebrity Talk AFTER_DARK,
          18th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, AUS, June 2012.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          2012 Adeleaide International, March 2012.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, October 2011.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          Lawrence Art Center, October 2011.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          Santa Fe Art Institute, June 2011.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, Canada, May 2011.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, August, 2010.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          Arizona State University, November 2009.
      • Artist talk,
          Heard Museum, September 2009.
      • Artist talk and presentation,
          Arizona State University, August 2009.
      • Artist presentation and panel discussion,
          Native Creative, presented by the Tucson Pima Arts Council at the
           University of Arizona Poetry Center, June 2009.
      • Artist talk and Presentation,
          Arizona State University, April 2008.

Symposiums

      • Decolonial Gestures: A Symposium on Indigenous Performance
          Universtity of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, May 2017.
      • New Cities, Future Ruins
          Dallas, TX, November 2016.
      • Exploring Public Art Practices
          Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA, September 2016.

Artist Residencies

      • Cycles of Creation, Decay and Renewal in Art and Life,
          Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM, May 2011.
      • GPS or Hacking the Coordinates to Enable Shape Shifting and
          Shadow Networks (Residency by Postcommodity),
          Hosted by Banff Centre, Banff, Canada, January 2014.
      • Denver Art Museum Artist Residency,
          Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, April-May 2014.
      • VR2167 + Indigenous Future Imaginaries Artist Residency,
          Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, January 2015.
      • SOMA Residency,
          SOMA, Mexico City, Mexico, June 2016.
      • 6th Sarah Lee Elson, Class of 1984, International Artist-in-Residence
          Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey, April 2017.

Documentaries and Biographies

      • Through the Repellent Fence, World Premier,
          Directed by Sam Wainwright Douglas.
          Doc Fortnight 2017, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
          2017 SXSW, Austin, TX.

Awards and Grants

      • 2017 USArtist International Grant, Mid Atlantic Art Foundation.
      • 2014 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Grant.
      • 2013 Art Matters Grant.
      • 2012 Creative Capital Artist Grant.
      • 2010 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant.
      • 2010 Harpo Foundation Grant.
      • 2010 National Museum of the American Indian, Expressive Arts Grant.
      • 2010 Elly Kay Fund Award for excellence in contemporary art.
      • 2009 Artist Project Grant, Arizona Commission on the Arts.
      • 2008 Common Ground Grant, First Nations Composers Imitative,
          American Composers Forum.
      • 2007 Telluride Institute Fellowship for a residency at the Center for the
          Future in the Czech Republic.