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Paul Davies

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Solo Exhibitions 2004 Small Humans Building Their Destruction, Small Human Tidying Up the Planet, Small Human Chipping Away at God, Tree Climax Small Humans, free103point9, New York, October 2004 1999 Opaque, Quantification of Humans and Bandwidth, November 5 to December 3, 1999 Error: Data Underflow, DeadTech, Chicago, USA Group Exhibitions 2005 Prayer Antenna, Transmission II, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, March 2005 Small Humans Building Their Destruction, Digital Cotton, Savannah College of Art and Design Gallery (savannah), Atlanta, February 2005 Ned Troide's Jack Daniels Drinking Fountain, Twisty Passages, Ergonomicon, ConsolidatedWorks, Seattle, February 2005 2004 A New Type of Unfortunate Occurrence, Tank NYC / Spaceworks, New York, December 2004 You are in a maze of twisty passages, Game Overture II, free103point9, New York, November 2004 Half Full of Blood, *shoebox series*, 1R / bridge magazine, Chicago, November 2004 DHS Safety Vest, RNC, Frying Pan, New York DHS Safety Vest, Some Areas Under Video Surveillance, Cyber Fashion Show, SIGGRAPH 2004, Los Angeles, August 2004 Jazz Shifter, Assembled: Free Jazz + Electronics, free103point9, New York, June 2004 Small Human Not Having Sex (video), Robot Rebellion, Frying Pan, New York, June 2004 untitled (Dumbo Pod), Dumbo rooftop, New York, March 2004 2003 The President Declares an Official End of Hostilities, *shoebox series*, Gallery 1R / bridge magazine, Chicago, November 2003 Small Human Tidying Up The Planet, Art Boat, Chicago, May 10, 2003 Hermit, Jane Addams Hull House (abandoned), Chicago, April 27, 2003 Some Areas Under Video Surveillance, Version>03, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, March 26-30, 2003 soylent green1: mother, soylent green 2: father, motivational device for an american citizen, December 12 - 15, 2002 The Stray Show, Chicago, USA 2002 Some Areas Under Video Surveillance, October 6, 2002 Surveillance Cultural Inquiry, Hugo House, Seattle, USA American Dream, Help the President Decide, The President Knows What He Is Doing, October 3, 2002 One Night Only, 11 Shows in 11 Months, Seattle, USA The President Knows What He Is Doing, August 9, 2002 Marlac Open Studios, Seattle, USA Magnified Window / Under My Skin Episode 1, July 26, 2002 What Can You Do With Half, Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma, USA pill dispenser, May 16 - 18, 2002 Lava 2002 , Noodle Works, Seattle, USA motivational device for an american citizen, epilogue. May 4 - 26, 2002 First War of the New Millennium, SOIL Gallery, Seattle, USA first war of the new millennium: epilogue, March 16, 2002 Marlac Open Studios, Seattle, USA tornado, February 9 - March , 2002 deadtech, Chicago, USA pr0n star trading cards, February 2 - 28, 2002 SOIL does Houston, Houston Gallery, Seattle, USA weapons americans need: shopping cart prototype, February 1 - March 1, 2002 Synergetic Rhythms, Rainier Tower, Seattle, USA first war of the new millennium: epilogue, January 15 - February 10, 2002 Artist Trust Auction, Bank of America Tower Gallery, Seattle, USA 2001 inflate, November 3 - 30, 2001 SOIL, Seattle, USA high clearance vehicle, August 27 - September 2, 2001 BurningMan, Black Rock City, USA cock monitor, June 23, 2001 deBASHery, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, USA Kathryn 1, 2, 3, May 19 to 27, 2001 Force, Mass, Volume, ArtDrill 4, Seattle, USA Magnified Window / Under My Skin Episode 1, April 14, 2001 Market St Studios, Seattle, USA 6 really great round beakers, April 7 to 29, 2001 SOIL, Seattle, USA Some Areas Under Video Surveillance, February 3 to February 25, 2001 ******* (The Privacy Show), SOIL, Seattle, USA I am not afraid of the dark, January 23, 2001 Market St Studios, Seattle, USA Empty Your Pockets, December 31, 2000 - January 31, 2001 The Circus of the New Year, Commencement Art Gallery, Tacoma, USA 2000 Empty Your Pockets, November 11, 2000 Market St Studios, Seattle, USA soylent green1: mother, soylent green 2: father, September 9, 2000 Market St Studios, Seattle, USA burning man in 4 space, September 1-3, 2000 BurningMan, Black Rock City, USA Opaque, Quantification of Humans and Bandwidth, February 4 to March, 2000 Thirteenth Floor Gallery, Chicago, USA 1999 Dark Noon, June 27, 1999 ArtsEdge99, Seattle Center, Seattle, USA SenseBus, May 14 to June 12, 1999 InterAccess, Toronto, Canada Interactive Film Cut-up, March 5 to March 26, 1999 911 Media Arts Center, Seattle, USA 1996-1998 Quantification of Humans, March 14 to April 11, 1998 Space Probe, InterAccess, Toronto, Canada Persistent Invisible Fields, January 30 to February 28, 1998 Aurora, InterAccess, Toronto, Canada Flash Jacket, Bandwidth, Message, September 25 to October 5, 1997 Third Rail Visual Arts Festival, Toronto, Canada Message, August 9, 1997 ArtBeat 97, Toronto, Canada Radiation Room, September 13th to 28th, 1996 Apocalypse Gallery, Toronto, Canada Education 1987 — 1991 University of Toronto, Engineering Science, Bachelor of Applied Science Affiliations SOIL, September 2000 to November 2002, Seattle, www.soilart.org Art and Robotics Group (ARG), April 1997 to June 1999, Interaccess, Toronto, Canada www.interaccess.org/arg Curatorial Hermit, Jane Addams Hull House (abandoned), April 2003, Chicago First War of the New Millennium, SOIL Gallery, May 2002, Seattle (w/ S. Scherer) Tornado, deadtech, February/March 2002, Chicago Inflate, SOIL Gallery, November 2001, Seattle Speaking Engagements Spring Speaker Series, Landscape Architecture Dept, Rutgers' University, Jan 2005, New Brunswick A New Type of Unfortunate Occurrence, Dorkbot NYC, Jan 2005, New York Visiting Artist, Olive-Harvey College, May 2003, Chicago Interfacing interactive sculptures and installations with surplus PC's, Version>03, Chicago Cultural Center, March 28, 2003, Chicago Visiting Artist, University of Tennessee, Feb 6, 2003, Knoxville Selected References Assembled: Free Jazz + Electronics, NY Press, June 22, 2004 Rearview Mirror "Artboat", dialogue Magazine, Jul/Aug 2003, p.18 It was bound ta happen, Snoop Doggy Blog, May 5, 2003 Interview w/ Deadtech, citylink, March 2003 First Thursday: When gallery hoppers take to the streets, Seattle Times, November 7, 2002 Reviews, ArtPapers, Sep/Oct 2002, p. 51 Lava 2002, Ex. Cat., May 17, 2002, p. 42-45 In words that chill, in a haunted stare ó the impact of Sept. 11, Seattle Times, May 10, 2002 Curatorial Communist, Seattle Weekly, January 30, 2002 I see you, A disquieting look at the loss of privacy, Seattle Weekly, February 15, 2001 Is any place really private anymore? Artists ponder, Seattle Times, February 9, 2001 Local artists tackle robotic challenge, Now, March 26, 1998 Aurora, Ex. Cat., November 1997, p. 7 Interacting with the atomic bomb — it's art, The Ryersonian, Sept 18, 1996 Grants and Awards Canada Council for the Arts, Creation/Production Grant to Professional Artists, 2003 City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, CAAP Grant, 2003