top of page


Canadian artist Wendy DesChene graduated with an MFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art and immediately incorporated materials that would support her activist inspired works. Weary of the limitations placed on art by institutions, she began to invite audience participation into her installations. The outcome was a community collaborative exhibition titled WYSIWYG that has toured 11 different communities, including the Art League of Houston, Minnesota State University, the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and The Henry Street Settlement of New York.  Other collaborative-based projects have been presented at the Soap Factory, and Tomio Koyama Gallery of Japan. Wendy is the recipient of several fellowships including being twice awarded a Canada Council Travel Grant. Her recent collaborative work as PlantBot Genetics, with artist Jeff Schmuki has been awarded NEA and Pulitzer Foundation Grants for exhibitions and/or programming at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, The Goethe Institute in Egypt, the Bach Modern in Austria, the New Gallery of Canada, and Marfa Dialogues occuring in St. Louis. 


Wendy continues to critique art world structures, systems and protocols, through interventionist strategies that include the placing works on the street or within institutions without permission. Using projectors, stickers, art liberation tactics, and videos she has commandeered the worlds most prestigious art institutions as her studio and target. Documented work from her "Unauthorized Series" has been exhibited in numerous international exhibitions including the Sanlun Yishu Project in Beijing, China, The Ice Box Project Space in Philadelphia, PA, and the International Center for Art and Design in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Painting and drawings from her various bodies of work have shown at the Drawing Center in New York, the McColl Ceneter for Art and Innovation in Charlotte, NC,and other well-regarded venues.  She has completed many international residency programs, including The American Academy in Rome, Jentel in Wyoming, I-Park in Connecticut, Pouch Cove in Canada, the Hafnarborg Art Museum in Reykjavik Iceland, The Atlantic Center for the Arts in FL, KulttuuriKauppila Art Center in Finland, and Buitenwerkplats in the Netherlands. In 2015 she will be creating public programs as a resident artist at the Studios of Key West in FL and St. Norbert’s College in WI. 



MFA Painting, Tyler School Of Art Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

Tyler School of Art Rome, Rome, Italy

BFA Concordia University, Montreal, PQ



MFA Painting  Tyler School Of Art Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

                       Tyler School of Art Rome, Rome, Italy

Certificate.      Center for Electronic Art. San Francisco, CA

BFA Studio     Concordia University, Montreal, PQ



Selected Solo Exhibitions

2019   Bot Tanical Memorial Union Gallery, North Dakota State University. Fargo, ND*

2018   Vέα Oικολογία (New Ecology). Lakkos Art Center, Heraklion, Greece*

           PlantBot 2.0. McMaster Gallery, University of South Carolina. Columbia, SC*

           Fresh Off The Farm. Field and Fork Farm. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL*    

2017  Cross Pollinate, Virginia Wesleyan University, Virginia Beach, VA*

          Adaptation, Martha Gault Gallery, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA*

          Mothluck, First City Art Center, Pensacola, FL*  

2016 The Moth Project, Augustana Teaching Museum, Rock Island, IL*

          PlantBot Genetics. Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN* 

          Moth, Entomica, Sault Ste Marie, ONT, Canada* 

2015  Mothology, St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI*

          Arrt…Japan, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University,Japan

          PlantBot ArtLab, Seed Space, Nashville, TN*

          floraBotanica, SpringHill College, Mobile, AL*

2014  Foodture. Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Wayne State, University, Detroit, MI*

          The Moth Project, De Hortus Botanicus, Amsterdam, Netherlands*

          Artist Respond, Oulu Museum Of Art (Taidemuseo), Oulu, Finland* 

          PlantBot Genetics. 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL*

          "Critical Content", Series.  Montgomery College. Silver Spring, MD*

2013    PlantBot Genetics: "Monsantra".  Studios At Key West, Key West, Florida*

            Plantronics, Durham Arts Council, Durham, North Carolina

2012    Monsantra. The New Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada*
            PlantBot Genetics, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas*
2011    WYSIWYG Houston,  Non-Profit Art League of Houston, TX

            WYSIWYG Connects, Corpus Christi. K Space Contemporary, Corpus Christi, TX

            The Green Shadow. McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, North Carolina*

2009    WYSIWYG Carolina, Installation, Coker College, Hartsville, SC

2008    WYSIWYG, Installation, University of Minnesota, St Paul, MN

            Generation Drawings”, Drawings and Installation, Montevallo University, AL

            WYSIWYG, Installation, Minnesota State University, MN

2007    Inheritance, Mixed Media, University of Montana, MT

2006    WYSIWYG The Rebirth, Installation, Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

            WYSIWYG The Rebirth, Installation, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL

            WYSIWYG’s Universe, Photography, Henry Street Settlement, NY, NY

2005    Inheritance, Mixed Media, Lockhaven University, PA

            WYSIWYG The Rebirth, Installation, Laredo Center For The Arts, Laredo, TX

            Dog, Mixed Media, Armory Art Center, West Palm, FL

Two Person 
2014    Ecology Revisioned.Prescott College Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse. Prescott, Arizona*

2003    NOW, Two-Person Show, Painting Installation, Temple University Rome Gallery, Rome, Italy


2018  When The Winters Were Still Really Cold (The Rhine). Useable Space. Milwaukee, WI*

          GardenBot. ArtFields, Lake City SC*

          A Northward Migration. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond, VA*

          Hambidge Art Gala. Design District, Atlanta, GA*

2017  Pollinate. HUBweek, City Hall Plaza. Boston, MA*

          Crossing Boundaries: Art and the Future of Energy. Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, FL*

          STEAM2017. Art Gallery of the University of Western Florida, Pensacola, FL*

          The Art of Healthy Living. i.d.e.a. Museum. Mesa, AZ*

2016  Manchester: RVA Street Art Festival. Southern States Silos, Richmond, VA*

          Impending Future. Lycoming College Art Gallery. Williamsport, PA.

          Methodology, East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA* 

          Digital Culture. CICA Museum, Gimpo, South Korea.

          The Great ARTDoors Festival, Hambidge, Rapun Gap, GA*     

          RE:, KCAD Grand Rapids, MI*

2015  Weight of the World, Traveling Exhibition: Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability,

          (GloS), Harry Wood Gallery, Arizona State, Tempe, Arizona*

           Sustainability Solutions Festival, City of Phoenix. Phoenix, AZ*

          Balance-Unbalance 2015: An International Conference on Water, Climate, and Place - ASU Galleries. Tempe, AZ*

          ESPACIO ENTER: International Festival of Creativity, Innovation, and Digital Culture. TEA, Tenerife Espacio de las

                Artes. Tenerife, Canary Island* 

          Embodied Place: Observations and Notations. Sierra Nevada College, Incline Village, Nevada*

          Maize Y Mas, Legion Art Center, Cedar Rapids IA*

 2014 The Institutionalists, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

          Marfa Dialogues/St Louis. The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, PXSTL. St. Louis, MO*

          Art in Odd Places (AiOP): The Artifacts. Colonel's Row, Governors Island, New York, NY*            

          Entomological. Roy C. Moore Art Gallery. University of North Georgia at Gainesville, Gainesville, GA*

          The Chuck’A’Luck. Opening Exhibition Event in Arnhem, Netherlands*

          Ecology Revisioned. (2 Person Show) Prescott College Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse. Prescott, AZ*

          Hunter/Gatherer, Truman State University Art Gallery, Kirksville, MO*

          Sustainability, Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH*

          SECAC Members Exhibition, Sarasota, FL*

          Mediated Realities, Albright College, Reading, PA* 

2013    Art in Odd Places 2013: NUMBER, Greensboro, North Carolina*

            Shine On, The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences, Rabun, Georgia*

            Westobou Art Festival, Augusta, Georgia*

            Mel Chin Opening, with PlantBot Intervention, McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, North Carolina*

2012    Whale Oil to Whole Foods. Greene County Council on the Arts Gallery & Greene County Cornell Cooperative Extension,

            Catskills, New York*
            Whale Oil to Whole Foods Part 2. Cornell Cooperative Extension,  Agroforestry Resource Center, Acra, New York
            Plein Air. Airplane Gallery New York, New York*

2011    E.V.A. (Experimental Video Art) BachModern Autumn Screening, Salzburg, Austria
            Cerebral Departure: Investigations in Contemporary Issues. SpaceCamp Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana
            There’s No Place Like.... The Renaissance Center, Dickson, Tennessee
            Digital Checkpoints Exhibition, (FLEFF) Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York
            Edge of Life: Forest Pathology Invitational. Cole Art Center, Stephen F. Austin State University,  Nacogdoches,Texas
            PlantBot Genetics. Billboard Art Project, San Bernardino, California*

2010    Canadian Landscape, Agnes Jamieson Gallery, Minden Ontario, Canada

            “A Brief History of…”, Two-Minute Film Festival collaboration, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania*
            4th Cairo Video Festival, Goethe Institute, Cairo, Egypt*
  , Urban Institute for Contemporary Art (UICA), Grand Rapids, Michigan*


Artist Residencies 

2018  Lakkos Artist Residency, Greece

2017  Hambidge Center for Art and Science, Rapun Gap, GA

2016  Entomica, Sault Ste Marie, ONT, Canada

          Hambidge Center for Art and Science, Rapun Gap, GA

2015  The Studios Of Key West International Artist Program, Key West, FL

          Greening The Bay, St Norbert College, DePere, WI
2014   Kauppilantie KulttuuriKauppila Art Centre Residency, Kauppilantie, Finland

           Landscape Laboratory at Buitenwerkplaats‏, Artist in Residency, Amsterdam

2013   McColl Center Environmental Artists in Residence, Charlotte, North Carolina

           Kimmel Nelson Harding Artist Residency, Nebraska City, Nebraska

2012   Hafnarborg International Artist Residency, Iceland
2011   Atlantic Center For The Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida
           I-Park, East Haddam, Connecticut
           The School of Making and Thinking, Delancey, New York     
2010   American Academy in Rome, Visiting Artist, Rome, Italy
2009   I-Park, East Haddam, Connecticut

2008   Elsewhere Artist Residency, Greensboro, NC

2007   New York Mills Cultural Center, New York Mills, MN

           Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2004   Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL

04 -06  Ora Lerman Soaring Gardens Artist Retreat, Laceyville, PA



2018  SECAC Award for Excellence in Teaching 

          CLA Outreach Award, Auburn, AL

2017  Student Fees Sustainability Grant, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA*

2016  Goodwill Art Grant, Goodwill Industries      

2015  SEED Grant Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA*

          Written by St. Norberts College: NEA ArtsWork Grant in Support for The Moth Project, Exhibition and Residency in Green Bay, WI

2014  Marfa Dialogues/St. Louis Program Grant. The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts*

          Student Fees Sustainability Grant, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA*

2012  Canada Council of The Arts, Travel Grant

2010  State Art Fellowship, Alabama

          Auburn University, International Travel Grant 

2007  Jerome Fellowship, New York Mills Cultural Foundation, MN

          Canada Council of The Arts, Travel Grant

Lectures, Panels, Community Events, Workshops, Etc..

2018  University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 

          University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl

          CAA Conference, Los Angeles, CA

          SECAC Conference, Birmingham, AL

          PlantBot Building Workshop and Lecture. University of South Carolina. Columbia, SC  

          Tiny Mural, GSU Biology Building, Workshop, Statesboro, GA

          Ronald E McNair Life History Museum, Lake City, SC

          Lakkos Art Center, Heraklion, Greece

2017  Pulse Art + Technology Festival, Telfair Museums, Savannah, GA

          Virginia Wesleyan University, Virginia Beach, VA

          Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, FL

          University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL

          Foley High School PlantBot Drawing Workshop at UWF, Pensacola, Florida

          Green Energy Fest, Pensacola, FL

          SECAC Conference, Columbus, OH

2016  The Figge Museum, Davenport, IA

           Augustana College, Rock Island, IL

           SECAC Conference, Roanoke, VA

           Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN

           Moth Workshop, Longfellow Elementary School, Davenport, IA

           Moore Elementary School, Clarksville, TN

           Pebble Hill, Auburn, AL

           The Fed Galleries at KCAD, Grand Rapids, MI

2015  Towards a Better Future. Service to Artist Committee Invitation, College Art Association, NY

          Ideas in Sight Lecture, Savannah College of Art And Design, Savannah, GA

          SECAC Conference, Panelist, Pittsburg, PA

          California University, California, PA

          Slippery Rock, Slippery Rock, PA

          Springhill College, Mobile, AL

          Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, WI

          St. Norbert College Art Department, De Pere, WI

          YMCA Summer Camp, Green Bay, WI

          Mulva Library, De Pere, WI

          Boys and Girls Club, Green Bay, WI

          Green Bay Botanical Garden, Green Bay. WI

          Tsyunhehkwa, Oneida Nation Tribal Farm, Oneida. WI

          Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, WI

          University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI

          The Art Garage, Green Bay, WI

2014  Long Island University, Long Island, NY

          Ignite #38 Interactive Lecture, Mediamatic Foundation, Amsterdam, Netherlands

          Interactive Lecture at Landscape Laboratory at Buitenwerkplaats‏, Netherlands

          Environmental Art Biennial of Finland Workshop, Ii, Finland*

          Prescott College, Prescott, AZ
          St. Edwards University, Austen TX

          Great Minds Lecture Series, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA

          Entomological Art Series Workshop and Lecture, University of North Georgia, Gainesville, GA

2013    "We Could Be Heroes", Panel and Lecture. Bringham Young University Museum, Utah

            PlantBot Agricultural Lecture Rotary Club, Nebraska City, Nebraska

            Moths Meet Artist: Interactive Community ArtLab Event and Lecture, Reedy Creek Nature Preserve, Meckleburg County,

            North Carolina

            EcoBot Art Intervention,  Workshop and Lecture, Georgia Southern, Statesboro, Georgia

            Interactive Lecture and Workshop, Episcopal Day School, Augusta, Georgia

            SECAC Conference Panelist, Greensboro, North Carolina

            Interactive Lecture with ArtLab, Arts and Science Council Summer Camp, Charlotte NC

            Interactive Community Event, Sense and Science Garden Project at First Ward, Charlotte, North Carolina

            Ineteractive Community Event, Annual Northwest Community Day, Charlotte, North Carolina

            Interactive ArtLab Community Event, Discovery Place, Charlotte, North Carolina

            Interactive ArtLab Community Event, FoodTruck Friday, Common Market, Charlotte, North Carolina

            Lecture and Workshop, Shalom Park Freedom School, Charlotte, North Carolina

2012    PlantBot Genetics Lecture, The New Gallery, Calgary, Canada
            PlantBot Genetics Workshop & Lecture. Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas
            PlantBot Genetics Workshop & Lecture. Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
            Panelist, Disrupt This Session, College Art Association Conference, Los Angeles, California
            PlantBot Genetics Event, OxBow Meadows Environmental Learning Center, Columbus Georgia
2011    Green Shadow Community Art-Making Event,  McColl Center for Visual Arts, Charlotte, North Carolina

            Indiana University, Indiana University, PA

2008    University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

            South Eastern College of Art Conference, LA

            Minnesota State, St Paul, MN

            Montevallo University, Montevallo, AL

2007    Columbus State University Columbus, GA

            Blue Sky Project Crystal Lake, IL

            Critorama, Grand Valley University, Grand Rapids, MI

2006    Mercer Elementary School, Northern, KY

            Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

            Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY

            University of Maine, Augustus, ME

            AUM University, Montgomery, AL

            Kansas State University, Lawrence, KS

            Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ

2005    Lockhaven University, Lockhaven, PA

            Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

            Laredo Center For the Arts, Laredo, TX

2004    Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL



2018     Shields, Kathryn M and Sunny Spillane. Creative Collaboration in Art Practice, Pedagogy, and Research. (Cambridge Scholars

                   Publishing, 2018) Chapter 1.2, Pages 33-346 and Cover Image and Color Plate 1.2. (Print)

             Leonard, Joseph. “PlantBot 2.0 art exhibit displayed at McMaster Gallery”. The Daily Gamecock. September 13. (Print/Web)              

             Dahlgren, Annika.   “Plant robots mix art and ecology”. University of South Carolina. August 17. (Web)

2017    Burr, Ty. “What’s under the Domes? Hope for a Future”. Boston Globe. October 14th, 2017.                              

            DesChene, Wendy and Jeff Schmuki. “Art, Science, and Moths?”. National Moth Week Guest Post, June 23, 


             Hilboldt, Brandy. “PlantBot Genetics Talk, Exhibit Start Conversations About Green Issues” WUWF - NPR for Florida’s Great NorthWest.                                          Pensacola, FL. Feb 24th. (Web)

2016   Steele, Marjorie. "Beware of killer PlantBots: artists prompt audiences to consider our food supply,"Cultured,GR, Grand Rapids, MI. (Web) 

           Klassen, Jeff. "Moths at a Bee Discussion."Soo Today, Sault Ste Marie, ONT. July 30,  (Web/Print)

           Klassen, Jeff. "Sault Born Artist/Activist Infuses Plants with Robot DNA." Soo Today, Sault Ste Marie, ONT. Aug 12.  (Web/Print)

           Cullen, Jack. "Our Plants Sing Pop Songs." Quad City Times, Davenport, IA, March 30. (Web/Print)

           Turner, Jonathan. "Interactive Art Exhibit Tackles Art, Plants, Nature."  QC Online, Moline, ILMarch 10. (Web)

           Scarmana, Lacy. “The Moth Project Satirically Images A World Without Pollinators”. WKIV Quad Cities.  March, 31, 2016. (Radio/Web)


2015   McMahon, Todd. “Art Project Aims to Squash Myths About Moths.” Green Bay Press Gazette, Green Bay, WI. June 17. (Web / Print)

           Nemelka, Kev. “The Weight of the World: A Contemporary Art Exhibition of Affect, Reason and Sustainability.”  (Print / Catalogue)

           Murphy, Michelle, M, and Baptiste Lefebvre. "Horror Plants #5." Editorial. Make8elieve: Art and Culture Magazine. (Oct Web)

           Zimmermann, Patricia R. Thinking through Digital Media: Transnational Environments and Locative Places (Palgrave, 2015) (Print)


2014   Buchanan, Christopher. “Georgia Southern Project Highlights Pollinator Decline, Alternatives.”  WJCL News, Statesboro, September 5th. 

          (Web/ Print)

          Sarah. "Like a Moth To The Flame, "GSU Presents Insect Attraction." Minutemen Press.Statesboro GA. Sept. 10. (Web)

          Bryant, Scott. "The Moth Project." Statesboro Herald. Sept12. (Print/Web)

          Juarez, Frank. "PlantBot Genetics Interview." 365 Artists 365 Days Blog. Sept 13. (Web)

          Deyling, Heather. “Wendy DesChene.” Contemporary Drawing Blog. September 28th. (Web)

          Black, Skyler. “The Moth Project Comes to GSU.” The Georgia Anne, Statesboro,GA. Sept. (Web/Print)

          Oudkerk, Sander. Positieve mot in de Hortus met het ‘Moth Project’. AmsterdamFM. Amsterdam, Netherlands. June (Radio)

          Angenent, Joella. “We lokken motten en mensen.” Amsterdam, Netherlands. June. (Web)

          “The Institutionalists,” The Drawing Center, New York, NY. July. (Print)

          Crysal. “PlantBot Genetics and Scribble Bots.” Crystal Writes. May. (Web/Blog)

          Losh, Lynn. “Jacob Gallery Exhibit Pokes Fun at Monsanto.” The South End. Detroit. MI. Feb. (Print/Web)

          Hodges, Micheal. “Food Art Plays Off Biotechs Scary Potential.” Detroit News, Detroit MI. Feb. (Print/Web)           

          Casinelli, Louis. “Foodture: PlantBot Genetics.” Detroit Performs. Detroit MI. Feb 23. (Print/Web)

2013    Walker-Tome, Kara. "Plantbot Genetics Interview. " GYST Interview Radio/Blog. California. July 18. Radio/Web


2012   Blair, Jenn. “New Art Exhibit Looks at GMOs.” Homestretch Alberta. Canadian Broadcasting Company. May 8th,. Radio.

           Mandybura, Cadence. “GMO thought experiments: Monster plantbots invade The New Gallery”.
           Fast Forward Weekly. Volume 17 No. 24. May 17, 2012.  Print.

           McDonald, Roberta. “Monster Mash”.  This Magazine. July-August, 2012, p. 38-39.  Print
           Mattingly, George. “Artists unleash ‘PlantBots’ on Campus.” The Houstonian, April 10, 2012. Print


2011  Southern Art Series. “Wendy DesChene an Interview”, Primo Media, Atlanta, GA (Web/Video)

          Staff Videographer. “WYSIWYG by Wendy DesChene@Art League of Houston”, NME Magazine, London, England (Web/Video)

          Olivia Flores Alvares.  “WYSIWYG, a site specific community interactive installation by Wendy DesChene” Houston Press. (Print/Web)

           Reese, Elizabeth. “WYSIWYG Exhibition Provides Insight Through Community Collaboration”. (Web)

2010  James, Baird. “PlantBots Pop Up in Italy, France, Korea, The USA and Now St. John’s.” The Current. St.        

          John’s Newfoundland, Canada. May.  Print.

          Dimling-Cochran, Rebecca.“Elsewhere Collaborative: Community, Dispersal, and Reciprocity”, Art Papers, Atlanta, GA (Print/Web)

          Kimelman, Molly.“UICA Highlights ‘’ Before Its Own Relocation.”  The Grand Rapids Press.  June 12. Print.


2009   Bourland, Ian. “The Austerity Cookbook Review”, ArtForum Web Site, New York, NY, September (Web)

            Staff Writer, “The Austerity Cookbook”, City Pages Newspaper, Minneapolis/St Paul, MN, (Print)

            Staff Writer, “Radius 250”, Starkville Daily News, Starkville, MS (Web)



2008   Procter, Ken. “Expressive and Structural Line”, American Artist Drawing Magazine, Loveland, CO, November. (Print)

            Sand,John. “Unraveling Art- WYSIWYG by Wendy DesChene”, Minnesota Daily, Minneapolis/St. Paul, November 19th.

            Review of the “WYSIWYG”, exhibition in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. (Print/Web)

            Mercer, Shane. “Beyond the Cute”, The Forum Valley Newspaper, Fargo, ND, January. (Print/Web)

            Meehlhause, Kellie .“Visiting Artist ‘Bears” All in Exhibition”, The Advocate, Moorhead, MN (Print)

            Staff Writer, “MSUM Art Exhibit WYSIWYG”, CONTINEWS, Minnesota State UniversityMoorhead. (Print/Web)

            Marx, Cynthia .“Artists Gives Cute a Subversive Makeover”, The Tennessean, Nashville TN. March. (Print)



2007   Cohen, David.  “The Seed Issue”, ArtWorld Digest International, New York, NY, Fall. Curated Print Magazine of Art and Activism. (Print)

            Püttgen, Julie. “Zoosphere”, RatSalad Deluxe, University of the South, Sewanee, TN. (Web)

            Laura James, “Whimsy or Not?”, Cincinnati City Beat, Cincinnati, OH. (Print/Web)

            Pearce, Sara. “Sara Pearce Art Blog”,, Cincinnati, OH. (Web)


2006   Cannon, Elizabeth. “Art Questioning Art or Stuffed Animal Guts”, MacArthur News, Jupiter, Florida. (Web/Print)


* Created in Collaboration with Jeff Schmuki as PlantBot Genetics



bottom of page