Werdegang / Ausbildung: 
MFA University of California, Los Angeles. Department of Art, New Genres, 2001. BFA University of Texas, San Antonio. Department of Art, Sculpture, 1998.
Wichtige Projekte / Ausstellungen: 
Cocaine Blows My Brain, Spör Klubi, Berlin, Germany, 2012. The Presence of the Past in the Future, Stedefreund, Berlin, Germany, 2012. Mind the Gap, Einstein Forum, Potsdam, Germany, 2010. Kunstmanufaktur, Berlin, Germany 2009 INDIFFERENCE (is bliss), Zentrum Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany, 2008. La Fin du Monde, Baiz, Berlin, Germany, 2008. The Re-distribution of the Sensible, Magnus Müller, Berlin, Germany, 2007. Searching for an Ideal Urbanity, Akademie Schloß Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany, 2007. Tract Live Art 2006, Art Surgery & Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance, England, UK, 2006. Pruskin + Longenecker. Sweeney Art Gallery. The University of California, Riverside. Riverside, CA, 2006. Psychic Disobedience and Esoteric Acts. 30th annual, 6th Biennial Exhibition of Visual+ Art (e v+ a), Daghdha Space. Limerick, Ireland, 2006. The Library of Social Manifestations. 30th annual, 6th Biennial Exhibition of Visual+ Art (e v+ a), Parallel Event, Limerick, Ireland, 2006 Voiceovers. Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Soundwalk 2005, Long Beach, CA, 2005. Mediaterra. Byzantine Museum. Athens, Greece, 2004. Difficult Daughters. The Blanton Museum of Art. Austin, TX, 2003. The Nordic Ones. Moph. Tokyo, Japan, 2003. Prague Biennial. National Gallery-Veletrzni Palac. Prague, Czech Republic, 2003 Melissa Longenecker. Programme Georges Costes SNC, Centre Pompidou. Paris, France, 2003. *The Great Wide Fluorescence. Sala Diaz. San Antonio, TX, 2002.
Auszeichnungen / Preise: 
AiR. Raumars Artist in Residence Programme. Rauma, Finland, 2007. Artist in Residence. Åland Archipelago Guest Artist Residence. Kökar, Finland, 2006. Artist in Residence. Somerset Digital Media Award. Somerset, England, UK, 2004. Norton Family Foundation Grant. Santa Monica, California, 2003. Arts Bridge Scholarship. University of California, Los Angeles, 2002. Zada Folz Evans, WWBC Artist Grant. Los Angeles, 2000. Art Council Scholarship. University of California, Los Angeles,