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h1. Partial List of Awards and Festivals:

Gulf Crisis TV Project
* Berlin Film Festival, Medienoperatif, 1991
* Rotterdam International Festival, 1991
* Whitney Biennial,1991
* Margaret Mead Festival, 1997
* Shocking and Awful, Whitney Biennial, 2006

Major Installations:
* Whitney Museum, NYC, February-March, 1985
* Wexner Center for the Arts, November 1990-January 1991
* Neue Gallerie, Graz, Austria , Austrian Triennial of Photography, Steirescher Herbst 1992
* Berkeley Art Museum, 2000
* Chicago Art Institute, May 1991
* San Francisco Art Institute Gallery, September, 1992
* “...Will be Televised: Video Documents from Asia, ICP, 1991
* Virginia Festival of American Film, Gallery Neo, Charlottesville, VA
* Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont CA, Sept-Oct 1998
* Berkeley Art Museum, University of California, June-October, 2000
* Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum, NYC, March-June, 2006

Screenings:
* Artists Television Access, San Francisco, California, 1995
* Austrian Union of Students, Vienna, Austria, 1996
* Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, California, 1995
* Cafe Cafe Film Series, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, 1996
* Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA, December, 1995
* Context Studios Film Series, New York, NY, 1995
* Cornell Cinema, Ithaca, New York, 1996
* Downey Museum, Los Angeles, California
* Latin American Festival, Duke University, NC, November, 1995
* Center for the History of Art and the Humanities Series, Freespeech TV, 1996
* Annual Convention of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Chicago, 1996
* Huntington Beach Art Center, November, 1996
* Caribbean and Latin America Support Project, Highland, New York, December, 1996
* Ithaca College and the Experimental Television Center’s Women Direct Series, April, 1997
* The Light Factory, Public Photography Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina
* Loyola University Biever Guest Lecture and Screening, New Orleans, 1996
* Museum of Modern Art, New Documentaries, November, 1996
* 911 Media Arts Center, Seattle, Washington, 1996
* North Gallery, California State University Northridge, 1996
* Norwegian Film Institute, 1996
* Pacific Film Archives, University Museum, Berkeley, March, 1996
* Northwest Film Center, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
* Quinzena d'Art de Montesquiu, Pamplona, Spain
* Centro de Documentacion, Centro de Investigacion para la Paz, Madrid, Spain
* Electronic Arts Performance Series, Rensselaer Department of the
* Arts, iEAR, Troy, New York
* CASA Romero Interfaith Center, Temple University, Philadelphia
* University of Texas, Austin, Benefit for SubText Journal, 1995
* Centre Cultural de la Fundacio la Caixa, Vic, Spain
* Reorganizing Women's Works, Women's Center, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
* Wespac, Westchester People's Action Center, White Plains, NY, 1996
* Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, 1996
* Whitney Museum, NYC, February-March, 1985
* Wexner Center for the Arts, November 1990-January 1991; Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio.
* Chicago Art Institute, May 1991
* San Francisco Art Institute Gallery, September, 1992
* Neuw Gallerie, Graz, Austria, 1992, Austrian Triennial of Photography, Steirescher Herbst
* Image World: Art and Media Culture, Whitney Museum. November, 1990. Screenings.
* “...Will be Televised: Video Documents from Asia”, International Center of Photography, November 16, 1990-January 13, 1991. Installation and exhibition.
* Berkeley Art Museum, University of California, June-October, 2000
* Next Five Minutes Festival, Amsterdam, 2003
* Pioneer Theater, NYC, 2005

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