Selected News

April 2017
the future is a distorted landscape is part of the group exhibition You Can’t Steal A Gift opens  Friday, April 28, 2017 at Satellite Project Space. Exhibition runs thru Saturday, May 6th.

re:assemblage joins a roundtable on 'the Art of Collectivity' at the Images Festival – Thursday April 27 2017, 1:00PM.

re:assemblage presents AUDIENCE EMANCIPATED: THE STRUGGLE FOR THE EMEK MOVIE THEATER by the Emek Bizim İstanbul Bizim Initiative at a Social Emergency Response Center at the Bookcase Micromuseum & Library in London, ON, Wednesday, April 12, 2017.

March 2017
re:assemblage presents AUDIENCE EMANCIPATED: THE STRUGGLE FOR THE EMEK MOVIE THEATER by the Emek Bizim İstanbul Bizim Initiative with THE HARRIS PROJECT by Marcos Arriaga & Jeff Sterne at Trinity Square Video - Friday, March 17, 2017 at 7pm – facebook event page.

February 2017
I was invited to submit a program of online works for Echo Park Film Center's MARVELOUS MOVIE MONDAYS – their weekly online-only screening series where a different artist takes the helm each month to spin flicks on the EPFC Facebook page each Monday. My program -VISIONS OF A POTENTIAL FUTURE- begins Monday, February 6th!

January 2017
A selection from the Notes to Self series screen as part of a screening curated by Experimental Response Cinema in Austin, Texas – F*uk Tr*mp – January 19th.

oil wells: sturgeon road & 97th street screens at MuMa Le Havre (Musée d'art moderne André Malraux) (France) – January 18, 2017.

re:assemblage presents Zone Zero, a documentary by Farzad Moloudi - at Trinity Square Video - January 4, 2017 at 7pm. Facebook event page.

December 2016
A selection from the Notes to Self series screen as part of a screening curated by NOW! JournalShut it Down. at Interferace Archive in Brooklyn, NY – December 20, 2016.

oil wells: sturgeon road & 97th street screens as part of a program curated by Roger D Wilson in Montreal at the CONTRE COURANT – Experimental Film Festival (Montreal). December 15, 2016.

November 2016
One of the Notes To Self videos opens in "Below The Belt: Film/Video from the Great Lakes Region," Curated by Christine Negus at the McIntosh Gallery. Through December 10, 2016

October 2016
I'm Really a Witch.* – a program I curated for LOMAA screens October 22nd at Satellite Project Space. With works by: Christina Battle, Laura Conway, FASTWURMS, Rachel McRae, Nicole Rayburn, Leslie Supnet, and Gwen Trutnau. Preceded by an episode from the web series Bwitches (Johanna Middleton & Martine Moore).

Tracking Sasquatch (field report #4) screens at the Antimatter[Media Art] Festival October 16th as part of a program titled BLOOD.

September 2016
Notes to Self, Games to Help You Get Ready To Live in the Police State, and every time i are part of an exhibition at Studio XX in Montreal – Occupation(s) – opens Friday, September 30, 2016

I just started a Ph.D. in Art and Visual Culture at Western University!

July 2016
I was invited to place exhibition publications, writings and ephemera into the Artexte archive in Montréal. Artexte is an archive covering the visual arts from 1965 to the present, with emphasis on the art of Québec and Canada. A great resource for research in person or online via their e-artexte catalogue.

May 2016
I live in London, Ontario now! grateful to be back in Canada.

February 2016
F A I N T I N G C O P S releases 2 new lathe cuts records: "I" [10″ + zine] and "II" [7″] – want one?! buy 'em here.

Nothing To See Here presents Video Syndrome – Saturday, February 20, 2016 at DeerPile in Denver.

January 2016
Nothing To See Here presents False Histories – Friday, January 15, 2016 at Buntport Theater in Denver.

Exhibition Publication for Le Mois De La Photo À Montréal 2015 is now available – The Post-Photographic Condition edited by Joan Fontcuberta

December 2015
Nothing To See Here presents Fool me once you can't get fooled again - Thursday, December 17, 2015 at MOCA Tucson.

Nothing To See Here presents Khalik Allah’s Field Niggas – Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at the Dikeou Collection in Denver.

November 2015
Nothing To See Here presents Fool me once you can't get fooled again – Friday, November 20, 2015 at the Dikeou Collection Pop Up Space.

October 2015
Nothing To See Here presents The Taste of the Name, a 3D virtual reality piece by Serena Lee – October 2, 2015.

September 2015
still happening! Nothing To See Here Fundraising Campaign - August 22 – October 3, 2015 – We’re looking for a permanent home that will allow for monthly screenings, exhibitions, music performances, and events, creating a converging point for our local arts community. Our goal is to raise $20,000 from this campaign that will help secure a space, contribute to screening costs, promotion, the publication of program notes, and allow for the incorporation of live performances.

The people in this picture are standing on all that remained of a handsome residence opens at Le Centre des arts actuels Skol in Montréal as part of Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal's 14th biennial of the contemporary image – The Post-Photographic Condition – curated by Joan Fontcuberta – September 10, 2015 through October 10, 2015.

End Transmission opens at the Thames Art Gallery in Chatham, Ontario! Friday, September 11, 2015 through November 1, 2015. With exhibition essay by Ellyn Walker.

Nothing To See Here presents a screening of Denver-based artists. Denver ≥ Denver at Dikeou Collection in Denver.

i've contributed to Deluge Contemporary Art + Antimatter [Media Art]'s 25th anniversary exhibition + fundraiser "25: Multiples Toward a Past and Future" – September 11 through October 10, 2015. They have always been strong supporters of contemporary media art – both canadian and international – and i'm happy to support them. if you're in and around Victoria the exhibition opens Friday, September 11, 7 to 10 pm. view and support the exhibition online.

Adán De La Garza + I collaborated in an active protest in denver.

August 2015
Nothing To See Here Fundraising Campaign - August 22 – October 3, 2015 – We’re looking for a permanent home that will allow for monthly screenings, exhibitions, music performances, and events, creating a converging point for our local arts community. Our goal is to raise $20,000 from this campaign that will help secure a space, contribute to screening costs, promotion, the publication of program notes, and allow for the incorporation of live performances.

Notes to Self is on exhibit August 21st as part of Third Shift – Saint John, New Brunswick's first ever night-time, outdoor art festival organized by Third Space Gallery.

Tracking Sasquatch (Field Report #1) screens in By the Light of the Moon Thursday 9:30, August 20th in Toronto. Curated by Jesse Cumming and Samuel La France for Pleasure Dome.

I will be taking part in Redline's 48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art & Conversation on Wednesday, August 12th.

July 2015
Back To The Future – A review of the group exhibition at Casa Maauad in Mexico City by Jacob WickBad At Sports (July 17, 2015)

Back To The Future opens at Casa Maauad in Mexico City July 1, 2015. Including Utopia ≥ Dystopia, an ongoing dialogue between myself and Adán De La Garza,which includes a number of works – ∆ (when the cities burn) and It's Been This Way From The Start amongst them. on through July 30th.

June 2015
Nothing To See Here has a table at this year's Denver Zine Fest – Saturday, June 27 9am-6pm Denver Art Society at 734 Santa Fe Drive.

an interview I did for INCITE! Journal of Experimental Media's Back and Forth with Leslie Supnet about her work is now online – "Interview with Leslie Supnet"

Nothing To See Here presents a screening of Denver-based artists in Mexico City. Denver ≥ Denver at Casa Maauad – Thursday, June 11 – 7pm.

I'm heading to Mexico City for a residency at Casa Maauad! The residency was facilitated by ArtPlant here in Denver and Denver Based Adán De La Garza and Dmitri Obergfell will also be in residence. Adán and I will be collaborating on a new project as well as our own individual works. You can keep up with our projects on the Back To The Future blog.

May 2015
Nothing To See Here presents an invite-only exhibition in our bathroom: CESSPOOL OF LOVE, a solo exhibition by Toronto-based Clint Enns, with exhibition essay by Leila Armstrong. The exhibition is part of a summer-long exhibition series called "Close Quarters," taking place in three other artists' bathrooms – Jenna Maurice, Kelly Sears, and Theresa Anderson instigated in response to the increasing lack of viable space available to artists here in Denver. We're only inviting those who have come out to and/or supported NTSH over the past year. If you haven't…you miss out.

Games To Help You Get Ready To Live In The Police State [a series of instructions] is on exhibition in San Francisco at SOMArts in ONE IN WHICH WE ARE, part of the 18th Annual United States of Asian America Festival and curated by David de Rozas and Alex Wang [May 1 through 27]

April 2015
A selection of videos from the ongoing series Notes To Self will be on exhibition in NYC at the Ryan Lee Gallery, in their RLWindow – visible from The High Line.

March 2015
Nothing To See Here goes on the road! Sunday, March 22, 2015 We Know You Are Watching at Sugar City in Buffalo; Tuesday, March 24, 2015 Denver ≥ Denver at Regional Support Network in Toronto; Wednesday, March 25, 2015 LOUD!!! at Pleasure Dome in Toronto

February 2015
super thrilled to have been awarded a 2014 YES MA'AM PROJECTS award along with Denver based Dmitri ObergfellMario Zoots. YES MA'AM is a Colorado Artist Grant supporting contemporary individual artists through unrestricted cash grants and potential exhibitions in alternative art spaces. The grant is started and maintained by artists, is privately funded and is so so so important in a place like Denver where artists have virtually zero funding support. I'm excited!! 

Nothing To See Here presents Inextinguishable Fire – Our One Year Anniversary Screening – A Night of Works by Harun Farocki – Saturday, February 21, 2015 at Dikeou Collection in Denver. watch the trailer!

INCITE! Journal of Experimental Media #5: Blockbuster edited by Peter Nowogrodzki is now available! The issue includes an appropriated study I completed last year: “Hollywood Movies, Media Hype, and the Contemporary Survivalist Movement: An Appropriated Study,” 2015

January 2015
Games To Help You Get Ready To Live In The Police State will be on exhibition at Redline Denver as part of the group exhibition Just Playing curated by Petra Sertic

A recent Interview I did with Gwen Trutnau about her work is now online as part of INCITE! Journal of Experimental Media's Back and Forth – January 2015

December 2014
Nothing to See Here presents Grim New World in Tucson! Sunday, December 21, 2014 at Think Tank. watch the trailer!

November 2014
Nothing to See Here presents title goes here – Saturday, November 8, 2014 as part of the Failure Festival in Boulder.

October 2014
five states of freedom opens at the Curfman Gallery in Fort Collins.

five states of freedom opens at Deluge Contemporary as part of the Antimatter [Media Art] festival!!

the space between here and there (the yukon river) opens at the ODD Gallery in Dawson City, Yukon Territory. I'll be there for the opening – super exciting since Dawson City is an amazing place! "Questions for a Hillside" Exhibition Essay By Meg Walker (pdf)

September 2014
it's not a phase – a screening by Nothing to See Here – Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the Sidewinder in Denver. watch the trailer!

new project…ongoing…notes to self

August 2014
From Deep by Brett Kashmere screens at Nothing to See Here – Saturday, August 16, 2014 at the Sidewinder in Denver. watch the trailer!

A new collaborative project with Adán De La Garza – "A Passion for Leisure" will be revealed at BMoCA’s Summer Games III - August 7th – 6-8.30.

a theatre project I have been working on for the past couple of year's SLAB opens August 1st – by Square Product Theatre – adapted by Gleason Bauer & Emily K. Harrison from the novel by Selah Saterstrom

JUNE 2014
we know you are watching – a screening by Nothing to See Here – Sunday, June 22, 2014 at Buntport Theater in Denver. watch the trailer!

a smaller version of the space between here and there (the yukon river) is on exhibit at the Arvada Center as part of Unbound: Altered Environments through August 31

May 2014
Grim New World – a screening by Nothing to See Here – Saturday, May 24, 2014 at the Sidewinder in Denver. watch the trailer!

April 2014
LOUD!!! a screening by Nothing to See Here – Saturday, April 5, 2014 at the Sidewinder in Denver. watch the trailer!

March 2014
the hex is on – a new ongoing series of animated gifs. and. it. begins.

February 2014
Nothing To See Here's first ever screening! the tv is with us. Febrary 22, 2014 @ the Sidewinder. see the trailer! read about the program! learn how to disrupt tv signals yourself! join us!

-The dearfield. colorado exhibition at Gallery 44 reviewed in NOW Magazine! Nature’s fury: What Was Will Be probes communities’ experience of natural disasters By Fran Schechter.

January 2014
a recent review of the dearfield, colorado exhibition at Gallery 44 in Canadian Art Magazine Online “Photo-Art Show Takes on Topsy-Turvy Weather” By Leah Sandals

check out this review of the dearfield, colorado exhibition at Gallery 44 in Artoronto.ca “Christina Battle & Kristie MacDonald: What Was Will Be” by Shellie Zhang

When the Smog-Filled Wind Began to Howl screens at the Rotterdam Film Fetsival as part of a shorts program titled Survival Strategies.

dearfield, colorado will be on exhibit as part of a show titled What Was Will Be also with work by Toronto-based Kristie MacDonald at Gallery 44 in Toronto. come to the opening on Jan 10th – I'll be there! I'll also be participating in an artist talk on the 11th with Kristie and Alexis Dirks, moderated by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir who wrote a fantastic essay that accompanies the show.

December 2013

An interview I did with Toronto-based artist, curator, writer, etc Clint Enns "Investigating the Unexplained" comes out in C Magazine on December 12th – go to their launch, i really wish i could!


The new INCITE is out! Issue #4 – Exhibition Guide.

November 2013
Westword asked me a few questions for their '100 Colorado Creatives' segment and i answered as best i could. you can read it here. I had embedded a bunch of links in the original submission that were lost once published online (go figure!) but i'd love it if you took a look:

Philip K. Dick,  Douglas Adams , George Orwell, Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, Margaret Atwood, H.G. Wells, Chris Carter, Octavia Butler, David Cronenberg, George Romero, David Lynch, Large Hadron Collider, Micah White, Visiting Artist, Scholar and Designer Program, The Texican Gothic’s, MSU Denver Art Department, Adán De La Garza, wandering through, across and within, Justin Beard, Redline, Janet Feder, Emily K. Harrison, Square Product Theater, Selah Saterstrom, Adán De La Garza, ‘five states of freedom’, Clint Enns, C Magazine, Incite Journal of Experimental Media, Exhibition Guide (Issue #4),  Jeanne Liotta, Flinching Eye Collective, ‘dearfield, colorado’, Gallery 44, ‘the space between here and there (the Yukon river)’, KIAC residency

October 2013
wandering through, across and within screens in Victoria, BC as part of ANTIMATTER [Media Art] 2013. I'll be in attendance – come say hello!

we're not exactly sure what just happened will be on exhibition as part of RedLine's Annual Resident Artist Exhibition – An Invisible Boundary – Curated by Carmen Winant [October 26-December 29, 2013 Opening: Saturday, October 26, 2013 – 7-10 p.m.]

September 2013
An interview I did with Joelle Kidd at the Manitoban – WNDX Festival of Moving Image – Celebrating innovative and trailblazing works by filmmakers and video artists about The Twelve Devil's Graveyards Around the World and wandering through, across and within at WNDX

A review of we're not exactly sure what just happened & TUFF by Mark Mann was just posted on blouin artinfo Canada – Video Artist Christina Battle Finds Nothing on the News at TUFF

I begin a new artist residency at Redline in Denver … starting …now!

Four new videos collectively titled – we're not exactly sure what just happened – commissioned by the Toronto Urban Film Festival [TUFF] screen in Toronto subways this fall! more info soon!

The Twelve Devil's Graveyards Around the World will be on exhibit at the WNDX festival of Moving Image!! Opens Wednesday, September 25th at 8:30pm…come by and say HI! Also at WNDX: wandering through, across and within screens on Friday, September 27 at noon and on the day it started there wasn’t a cloud in sight screens in a program on Sunday, September 29 at 1pm. YAY WINNIPEG!

August 2013
wandering through, across and withina program of short artist videos I curated for Counterpath PressAugust 30, 2013 – With works by: Adán De La Garza & Christina Battle; Brian Lye; Deirdre Logue; Heidi Phillips & Kruno Jost; Jenna Maurice; Justin Beard; Marcy Saude; Max Bernstein; Nicholas O’Brien; Nika Kaiser; Serena Lee; Steve Reinke; and Zak Tatham. facebook page & info

JUNE 2013
To reveal the fourteen windows is part of a group exhibition at Redline in Denver titled – Between home and where I find myself – On the aesthetics of recognition and curated by Chad Kautzer and Robin Gallite. Opening June 1st.

three hours, fifteen minutes before the hurricane struck screens at Experimental Response Cinema in Austin, Texas as part of Large-Scale: Experimental Films on 35mm on June 1st.

oil wells: sturgeon road & 97th street screens at Sight Unseen in Baltimore.

April 2013
when the smog-filled wind began to howl screens in Montreal as part of 30X30: FILMS FOR 30 YEARS OF LIFT

a review of fog vortex at WARC Gallery as part of Images 2013 by Michael Sicinski on Cinema Scope online: Between the Walls: Images Festival 2013

I'm excited to present a new installation as part of the 2013 Images Festival at WARC Gallery in Toronto. Stay tuned for more info on fog vortex – a mixed media installation about vile vorticies, magnetic anomolies and electronic fog, oh my!

March 2013
I'll be heading to Dawson City, Yukon for a residency at the Klondike Institute of Art & Culture where I'll start working on a new installation called Explorations of an Unexpected Time Traveler and a new installment in the Tracking Sasquatch series. While in Dawson I will present a program of short works at the Dawson City Film Festival. Tracking Sasquatch (field report #1) and Tracking Sasquatch (field report #2) will also be part of a group exhibition entitled 'Cold Cuts' on view at the end of March.

buffalo lifts and oil wells: sturgeon road & 97th street screen as part of 'DIY Dystopia' – a program of analog-ly made films as part of the Balagan Film Series at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, MA.

January 2013
Well, I'm packing up my lovely island studio here at Gibraltar Point Artscape. Its been lovely and I've gotten a lot done on two new sections of the mapping the prairies through disaster project (this time tornados & floods). next week, once i'm back on the mainland and studio-less I'll start working on editing everything i've shot.

December 2012
a video reading of Jackson Mac Low's Forties 87 i made for Counterpath Press in Denver screens as a part of the second installment of <mt/time> — a series of films that confront issues of spoken or written language and that develop a language-inflected poetics of the moving image. Curated by Jeanne Liotta. [Sunday, December 2, 2011, at 7 p.m., with works by: Monte Cazazza / Brion Gysin,Joshua Clover, Peggy Ahwesh, Jeanne Liotta and Matvei Yankelevich, Cecilia Dougherty, Amy Silliman / Lisa Robertson Stacy Doris, Felix Bernstein, Charles Bernstein, Susan Bee, Paul Legault, & Caroline Bergvall.

November 2012
Enjoying my residency here at Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island & getting lots done. I'm working on part 4 of the mapping the prairies through disasters series – this time TORNADOS – building miniature sets and electronics oh my! next week I will be in Tennessee giving a couple talks – one at Watkins College in Nashville & one at Bethel University in Mckenzie. exciting!


Christina Battle: Filing Memory
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Foreman Art Gallery of Bishop's University, from September 15 – December 10, 2010.

texts by: Vicky Chainey Gagnon, Shawn Malley, Andréa Picard

This saturday I'll be joining other artists & curators of the Archival Dialogues show at RIC for an walk thru of the exhibition – check it out 2-4pm Saturday, November 24th.

when the smog-filled wind began to howl screens at the The Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival (Germany)

October 2012
dearfield, colorado moves to The Aspen Art Museum (Colorado) as part of Continental Drift – curated by Nora Burnett Abrams & Jacob Proctor. Through to November 25, 2012

October 2012
when the smog-filled wind began to howl screens as part of 'Towards a Vanishing Point' & on the day it started there wasn’t a cloud in sight as part of 'This Must Be the Place' both programs in the Antimatter Film Festival in Victoria (BC). I'll be there – come say hi!

September 2012
Archived Disasters now at the new Ryerson Image Centre! read more about the exhibition Archival Dialogues: Reading the Black Star Collection [September 29 thru December 16, 2012]

August 2012
An essay I wrote for English Language Notes is now available in print. Also here in colour – “Everything you Read and See Just Might be a Lie AKA Don’t Believe a Word I Say (A Series of Proofs),"(PDF) ELN 50.1 Spring/Summer 2012, The Shape of the I: A Double Issue edited by Julie Carr & John-Michael Rivera.

August 2012
Meredith Tromble reviews dearfield, colorado in her blog Art & ShadowsElectrified Air and Restless Skies.

August 2012
Finished the residency at FAVA in Edmonton – check out my residency blog complete with images from my Art of Projection group's multi projection extravaganza. During my time at FAVA i started working on a new installation: waiting for time to repeat itself (at the end of the world) still in the works but close to being completed.

JULY 2012
I'm excited to be an artist in residence at FAVA in Edmonton for a solid month this coming July/August (i'm told ii'll be the first resident artist since 1982!!). Some things i'm doing as part of the residency: a screening & artist talk on July 25th (with toonie bar! have i mentioned FAVA is my kinda people?!); a curated screening from the FAVA archives on August 2nd (toonie bar!); a workshop 'The Art of Projection' August 8, 15 + 17th (where we will be exhibiting the work we make at FAVA's annual summer BBQ). I will also begin work on a new installation tentatively titled 'waiting for time to repeat itself' which will be shot near Lac La Biche in northern Alberta. I'll be keeping a blog while in residence so you can keep track. SUMMERTIME!!

JULY 2012
dearfield, colorado will be installed at MCA Denver as part of a group show titled: Continental Drift [July 13 – September 23, 2012] and will later move to the Aspen Art Museum [October 19 – November 25, 2012] Curated by Nora Burnett Abrams & Jacob Proctor.

Continental Drift brings together the work of seven Colorado-based artists, each of whom explores the idea of place in diverse and thoughtful ways. Ranging from specific studies of both historical sites and contemporary ruins to more abstract or conceptual examinations of space, these artists demonstrate a collective preoccupation with place and setting. While some seek to unearth a specific history in Colorado, others are interested in the ideas and objects that define sites and establish the contours of spaces we all inhabit. This exhibition will include works in film, photography, sculpture, painting, drawing and installation that reflect this singular idea in manifold ways. Artists included are: Christina Battle, Scott Johnson, Jeanne Liotta, Sarah McKenzie, Adam Milner, Yumi Roth, and Edie Winograde.

June 2012
excited to be a new contributing editor to INCITE journal of experimental media — edited + published by Brett Kashmere along with Walter Forsberg.

April 2012
Jeanne Liotta & I present O BONY ORBIT a program of short video works screening at the University of Colorado, Boulder as part of The Shape of the "I": A National Conference put on by English Language Notes.

March 2012
I'm thrilled to be able to host Brett Kashmere who will be presenting a programme he initially curated for the Images Festival (Toronto, 2009) – Saturn Returns – at CU Boulder [ATLAS 100] Tuesday, March 6 at 7pm.

While in Colorado Brett will also present his recently curated – New Ages – to help launch the new issue of Incite: Journal of Experimental Media (Issue No. 3) at Counterpath Press in Denver – Wednesday, March 7th at 8pm.

February 2012
I will be presenting a talk on wandering thru secret storms at a class at UBC as part of an upcoming program at the Pacific Cinematheque's DIM Cinema (curated by Amy Lynn Kazymerchyk)

January 2012
PUBLIC 44: Experimental Media Launches at Early Monthly Segments #35 – in Toronto (I contributed a piece titled ‘Words at Issue’)

when the smog-filled wind began to howl screens as part of LIFT's 30×30 – In celebration of three decades of filmmaking the Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto (LIFT) has commissioned 30 Toronto film veterans and emerging voices to make new works originating on or in the spirit of Super 8mm film.

December 2011
To reveal the fourteen windows screens as part of <mt/time> a series of films that directly confront issues of spoken or written language and that develop a language-inflected poetics of the moving image. Curated by Jeanne Liotta. <mt/time> launches the series which will be contnually updated on the Couterpath Press Website.

November 2011
November 17, 8pm – To reveal the fourteen windows screens as part of Beautiful Moving Images – a program of short works curated by Charles Boone. at ATA in San Francisco.

17 hours of darkness – part two of an ongoing program of works screens at Counterpath Press in Denver – Friday, November 4, 7.30pm. With works by: Josh Bonnetta, Sara MacLean, Peter Dudar and Marianna Milhorat.

September 2011
I will be presenting at 'Cultures of Surveillance' an Interdisciplanary Conference at the University College London with Vicky Chainey Gagnon of the Foreman Art Gallery. We will walk through our recent installation Filing Memory during a talk titled "Filing Memory: An Exhibition Project Exploring Multi-Dimensional Memory and Surveillance". September 29 – October 1.

Behind the Shadows & untitled (birds) are installed as part of Re:play – an exhibition at the Lexington Art League in Lexington, Kentucky. September 23 – October 16th. Curated by Sarah Wylie A VanMeter.

June 2011
A new work – To reveal the fourteen windows, a collaboration with Denver-based poet Julie Carr – screens as part of Poetry & Cinema: A Three Day Festival and Conference & collaboration between Naropa University and the University of Colorado Creative Writing and Film Studies Programs

May 2011
I will be taking part in BYOB Denver at Redline.

January 2011
oil wells: sturgeon road & 97th street screens at the Art Gallery of Alberta as part of a program CANADIANA, curated by Larissa Fan (along with works by Franci Duran, John Price, Jason Britski, Amanda Dawn-Christie & others)

December 2010
I will be presenting an artist talk at the Center for Humanities & The Arts – University of Colorado, Boulder titled: “wandering through secret storms and other works”

November 2010
I will be at The Foreman Art Gallery of Bishop's University for a Panel Discussion:  Remixing Artist: Roundtable & Networking Event Exploring the issues of artist rights, copyright, creative commons and the remixing of culture in the 21st century with Filing Memory artist, Christina Battle, cultural studies Professor, Dr. Shawn Malley & artist and project coordinator at Sporobole, Eric Desmarais.

October 2010
Behind the Shadows screens as a part of the Festival du Nouveau CInema in Montreal

wandering through secret storms screens as a part of Jihlava Documentary Festival in the Czech Republic

wandering through secret storms screens as a part of WNDX in Winnipeg

September 2010
September 15 septembre – December 11 décembre 2010
Filing Memory opens at the Foreman Art Gallery at Bishop's University (Sherbrooke, Quebec).
Composed of the 3-frame video installation Wandering through Secret Storms as well as new works, this solo exhibition project addresses the relationship between archives, public memory and practices of surveillance. Presented in a creative mise-en-scène, Christina Battle’s moving image work forms the nexus around which will be displayed communication devices (telegraph, camera, radio, telephone) from private and public collections coupled with documents from local archives, thus situating surveillance as a practice affecting all communities – regardless of their urban or rural specificities.

September 2010
I will be in Seoul, Korea attending the EXiS festival. three hours fifteen minutes before the hurricane struck screens as a part of a program curated by Lauren Howes (CFMDC).

June 2010
Elective Identities: The Moving Images of Gariné Torossian (edited by Tom McSorley) to which I contributed an essay "Gariné Torossian's Sparklehorse"

I will be sitting on a panel at this year's IMAA conference in Toronto:
WHICH WAY IS UP? June 15th, 2:30pm – 4:00pm, Glenn Gould Theatre Moderator – Kim Tomczak, with Panellists – David Rokeby, Amanda Steggell and Christina Battle will discuss how advancing technologies create challenges for artists and organizations, especially those outside of major metropolitan areas, to gain access to these technologies and the implications this creates for identifying the preservation needs of artists, equipment and the setting of standards for the care and protection of our collective media arts heritage.

December 2009
a presentation of recent works at International House Philadelphia as a part of "Archive Fever 1.0" & master class co-presented by PIFVA

Consciously Collective: Archive Fever 1.0 explores how four filmmakers redefine our visual history. by Shaun Brady – reviews the program at ihouse.

paradise falls, new mexico screens at the SF Cinematheque as a part of "Holding Patternsand Collective Memories"

October 2009
screening: Behind These Walls: Contemporary Canadian Experimental Short Films. A special screening of contemporary Canadian and international film-based work presented as part of the media arts festival Espace [Im]média. Curatorial essay by Vicky Chainey Gagnon (pdf) October 1, 2009

wandering through secret storms will premiere at the Antimatter Festival in Victoria, BC (October 14)

i will be presenting a program of work in Boulder Colorado as part of CU Boulder's First Person Cinema (October 5th)

September 2009
i now live in Denver, Colorado and am excited to be a new Assistant Professor in the Film Studies Department at the University of Colorado at Boulder

A number of my works are now available for distribution from Light Cone in Paris.

nostalgia (april 2001 to present) screens at EXiS in Seoul Korea as part of "Sequence Controller" a programme curated by the Images Festival (Festival Director Scott Miller Berry will be in attendance)

Behind the Walls and Under the Stairs screens at the Chicago Underground Film Festival as part of a programme entitled "The Watchful Eye" (September 12 & 17)

April 2009
suddenly everything changed - on exhibit as a part of Signal and Noise – April 23-25 – Vancouver

Behind the Shadows – a newly commissioned work screens at the 2009 Images Festival – Thursday, April 2 – Toronto

January 2009
suddenly everything changed – a regular 8 installation made for The 8 Fest – January 30 – February 1st, 2009

when the wind shifted shows as a part of "Strategies of the Medium/Stratégies du Milieua" a group show curated by Ben Donoghue. With work by Kelly Egan & Ben Donoghue. At Espace Virtuel, Chicoutimi, Quebec.

Light Industry17 hours of darkness (reflections on this place I call home) (a collection of film works) January 13, 2009 - Brooklyn, NY

November 2008
Behind the Shadows – a newly commissioned work screens in Amsterdam. A collaboration with Toronto-based Composer Martin Arnold. Part of SHIFT - a project by the Images Festival & Continuum Contemporary Music.

October 28 2008 (7.30pm)
I will be showing work at the Canadian Film Institute in Ottawa at Cafe Ex/Club Saw.

September 2008
Uncharted Histories: Pirates at Deluge Contemporary Art as part of the Antimatter Film Festival (Victoria, BC)

May 13 2008
Practical Dreamers: Conversations with Movie Artists, edited by Mike Hoolboom (Coach House Books) – book lauch as part of This is Not a Reading Series at the Gladstone Ballroom

April 2008
Uncharted Histories: Pirates awarded the Steam Whistle Home Brew Award For "excellence and promise in a local artist" by the 2008 Images Festival

March 2008
three hours, fifteen minutes before the hurricane struck screens as part of the Ann Arbor Film Festival

March – April 2008
"Uncharted Histories: Pirates" at YYZ Artists Outlet as part of Images 2008

February 2008
three hours fifteen minutes before the hurricane struck screens as a part of the Portland International Film Festival in a program curated by Curated by Cinema Project "The Spaces in–between"

January 2008
Behind the Walls and Under the Stairs screens at the Rotterdam Film Festival as a part of a special program of films from Niagara Custom Lab "From Niagara to Japan (2008)"

November 10, 2007
traveling thru with eyes closed tight & the distance between here and there screen as a part of ‘Double Vision’ at Kino Arsenal in Berlin (in celebration of the Images Festival’s 20th anniversary & the CFMDC’s 40th anniversary) – I am excited to be in attendance

OCTOBER 27, 2007
hysteria screens as a part of the london film festival

OCTOBER 18, 2007
three hours fifteen minutes before the hurricane struck screens as a part of ‘Time To Dwell: Selections From The 20th Edition Of Toronto's Images Festival’ at the Anthology Film Archives – NY

OCTOBER 2007
CFMDC Artist Spotlight Series – DVD release

July 6 thru August 4, 2007
as storms take shape in the distance… Solo show at the Fleishman Gallery in Toronto

April 7, 2007
three hours, fifteen minutes before the hurricane struck screens as part of the images festival

January thru march 2007
Time Inside the Image (3) – Foreman Art Gallery Curated by Vicky Chainey-Gagnon, Sherbrooke, QB

October 14 thru November 26, 2006
Pulse: Film And Painting After The Image Mount Saint Vincent Art Gallery Curated by Ingrid Jenkner & Barbara Sternberg, Halifax NS

September 30, 2006
Nuit Blanche, Toronto when the wind shifted – A series of outdoor projections Curated by Kim Simon

September 21 thru October 21, 2006
The Searchers – Group show curated by Patricia Maloney White Box, New York

September 2006
hysteria screens as part of Toronto International Film Festival Wavelengths 2

March/April 2006
I will be screening work as a part of the 2006 Whitney Biennial: Day for Night

January 27, 2006
memories of moments from here & there – A solo retrospective including recent & new works – LIFT's New Directions in Cinema Series