Offline Browser, 6th Taiwan International Video Art Biennale at the Hong-Gah Museum (Taiwan), October 20 – January 13
12th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju (South Korea), September 7 – November 11
Selected for a New York State Council on the Arts/Wave Farm grant
Presentation at the New Museum on February 1
New work, !!!Seccion A R T E [No. 11+Rhizome], commissioned by Rhizome for The Download

Press coverage about 17.(SEPT) [By WeistSiréPC]™ in Artforum, Art in America, Mousse, Document, Cuban Art News and Hyperallergic.
17.(SEPT) [By WeistSiréPC]™, two-person exhibition at the Queens Museum (NYC), September 17 – February 18, 2018
View-Through is featured by NPR
En Masse: Books Orchestrated, group exhibition at the Center for Book Arts (NYC), April 21 – July 1
Public project, View-Through, produced in collaboration with O, Miami and Exchange for Change (Miami, FL)

New projects profiled in Frieze
Selected for the 2016-2017 Jerome Foundation Fellowship
Artist project Person of the Day and Tomorrow published by Witte de With Review
Parbunkells at 83 Pitt Street reviewed in the April issue of Artforum
Awarded the Net Based Audience Prize, by Haus Der Elektronischen Künste (Basel, Switzerland)
Featured as a “Future Great” in ArtReview January/February issue
Parbunkells,  solo exhibition at 83 Pitt Street (NYC), January 3 – February 1
Know Yourself, group exhibition at The Luminary (St. Louis. MO), January 22 – February 27

Awarded the Outdoor Advertising Association of America’s 2015 Media Plan award
Peekskill Project, group show at The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (Peeskill, NY), September 27 – December 31
Press coverage of Reach in The New Yorker, Popular Mechanics, Gizmodo and Adweek
Artist profile published by Rhizome
Public artwork, Reach, produced by 14×48
Art in the Age of…Planetary Computation, group show at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art (Rotterdam, The Netherlands), May 22 – August 23
Included in the publication Artist Novels from Sternberg Press (ISBN 978-3-95679-076-8)
Featured in “The Exhaustion of Literature,” by Brian Dillon, Mousse Magazine
Artist project “Industry vs Machine” commissioned by CCS Bard for the Red Hook Journal
Closing event and artist walkthrough of Tongue Stones at Pioneer Works, March 8 at 6pm
Featured in “On Our Shelves,” Osmos Magazine
Art in the Age of Social Media, panel discussion, Sotheby’s Institute (Los Angeles, CA)
Tongue Stones group show at Pioneer Works (NYC), January 18 – March 8
Artist book After, About, With published by Arpia Books (ISBN 978-0-578-14336-1)

Shandaken Project Retrospective Exhibition, group show at 59 East 4th St. (NYC)
New works for auction to support The Cooper Union and the Jay Ott Memorial Scholarship
Artist portfolio featured by BOMB Magazine
Correspondance II, group show at Publication Studio Hudson (Catskill, NY)
Mice, two-person show with Haim Steinbach at Two Chairs (NYC) curated by Cindy Smith
within a tournament of value, group show at Flux Factory (NYC) curated by Chris Stiegler

Book Lovers, group show at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (NYC). Read reviews from Artforum, The New Yorker, Modern Painters & the Paris Review
Book Lovers, group show at the Antwerp Museum of Contemporary Art (Antwerp, Belgium)
New editions on view at the Goethe-Institut and Present Company (NYC) with artist talk
Young Curators, New Ideas IV, group show at Meulensteen (NYC)
Harderer, Betterer, Fasterer, Strongerer, curated by Vito Schnabel, 159 Bleecker (NYC)