From 2014-2019 founded and programmed EXcinema an experimental screening series at the Grand Illusion Cinema in Seattle, and during that time developed the four feature length exquisite corpse projects described below.

EXquisite Corpse Cinema

EXquisite Corpse Cinema is a collaborative film project uniting film communities globally, and posing questions related to living in an increasingly shrinking world. The project is a celebration of community and collaboration of people from different backgrounds united by cinema.

Past projects have screened at Seattle’s Grand Illusion Cinema, San Francisco’s Other Cinema/ ATA, Los Angeles’ Echo Park Film Center, Portland’s Boathouse Microcinema & Northwest Film Center,  Chicago’s Nightingale, Denver’s Cinema Contra,  Berlin’s Director’s Lounge, Belgrade’s Dom Kulture, Newcastle’s Star and Shadow Cinema, and Nagoya’s Aichi Triennale.

EXquisite Corpse Cinema, 2014 
Kathleen Quillian, Reed O’Beirne, Salise Hughes, Dustin Zemel, Ben Popp, Gretchen Burger, Vorky Tim, Andy Spletzer, Robert Zverina, Kelly Sears, Eric Ostrowski, Caryn Cline, Arto Polus
EXquisite Corpse Cinema Trailer

The Spaces Between Cities, 2015
Pip Chodorov, Charles Chadwick, Kate Lain, Amy Bassin & Mark Bickley, Reed O’Beirne, Konstantinos-Antonios Goutos, Stephen Broomer, Salise Hughes, Douglas Katelus, Blanca Rego, Arto Polus, Robert Zverina, Margaret Rorison, Dustin Zemel, Ben Popp, Insa Langhorst, Anna Kipervaser, Pablo Molina Guerrero, Milan Milosavlijevic, and Jesse Malmed.
The Spaces Between Cities Trailer

A Tale of Two Cities, Portland & Seattle, 2017
Elijah Hasan, Salise Hughes, Matt McCormick, Hanna Piper Burns, Luke Sieczek, Andy Spletzer, Julie Perini, Brian Short, Stephanie Hough, Sean & Christof Whiteman, Linda Fenstermaker, Reed O’Beirne, Caryn Cline, Carl Diehl, Clair Buss, Eric Ostrowski, Ruth Hayes, Ron Mason Gassaway, Robert Zverina, Jon Behrens, Miles Sprietsma, Jodie Darby
A Tale of Two Cities, Portland & Seattle Trailer 

The Spaces Between Countries: Mexico & USA, 2018
Pedro Jiménez, Brenda Avila Hanna, Ivonne Fuentes, Sasha Water Freyer, Pam Minty, Eric Ostrowski, Bruno Varela, Artemio Narro, Elena Pardo, Chloe Reyes, Iván Avila Dueñas, Elijah Hasan, Salise Hughes, Robert Zverina, Dustin Zemel, Brenda Contreras, Rafael Balboa, Luke Seiczek, Anthony Buchanan, Dalia Huerta Cano
The Spaces Between Countries: Mexico & USA, Trailer

Out There #1 Maastricht, 2014

How to Draw Clouds (2006) was included in the two-part exhibition Out There that included venues in Maastricht (October / November 2014) and Rotterdam (February 2015), The project was made in collaboration with the Dutch Photography Museum in Rotterdam, and presented present-day landscape images by contemporary artists who worked with various media such as video, photography and ‘net art’. The artworks were distributed over two exhibition zones and two cities. They were part of the 500-year-old tradition of landscape art and at the same time stretched and made current the traditional frames of meaning through new techniques and views.

The Long Walk, King County, WA, 2011

As a member of Seattle Experimental Animation Team (SEAT), made a series of 110 drawings on gesso primed cardboard of a man walking, and hung them clothesline style along a string of rope attached to trees. The drawings were then made into an animated film and projected on kites hung from the ceiling of a barn along with animations of other SEAT members.

THE LONG WALK, led by Susan Robb, was a work of land art featuring elements of performance and social engagement.

I’m Not There, stills from a video made in 2009