Artworks: paintings, sculpture, video, photography, audio, text, installation and performance works, have pioneered in the ecological integration and exploration of art, science and technology, with a primary focus on the social implications of our evolving Information Society.
- Exhibitions, installations and performances presented at: The Kitchen and Whitney Museum, NYC; University Art Museums Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley, CA; Autumn Festival, Avignon, France, 1971; San Francisco MOMA, 1975; Video Free America, San Francisco, 1985; CADRE, San Jose, CA, and Venice Biennale, Italy, 1986; Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria; LACE, Los Angeles; Kunstmuseum, Dusseldorf, Germany; LightWork, Syracuse, NY, 1991; Center for Advanced Visual Studies, 1991, and List Visual Arts Center, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1997; and Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, 1992; Davis Art Center, CA, 1997; Digital Art Village, Tazawako, Japan, 2001; Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA, 2003.
- Creative Involvements: Media Art Instructor, Pratt Institute, NY, 1971-72; member, E.A.T., 1970-71; founding team, The Kitchen, NYC, 1971-72; San Francisco Society for Encouragement of Contemporary Art (SECA) award, BAJA, 1975; sequence production, The Secret Life of Plants, and Starman, Columbia Pictures, 1976-77; artist-in-residence, Washington Research Center, San Francisco, CA, 1976-79; collaborating artist, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, various projects including Send/Receive, Satellite Arts and Gravitational-Field-Day, 1976-81; National Geographic Society, KOKO the Gorilla, video production, 1978; Arts & Sciences, Telluride, CO, 1979; JVC Video Award, Tokyo, 1980; artist-in-residence, LightWork, Syracuse, NY, 1990; Energy: A Love Story, play, and Friendly F(IR)e, video, 1991; collaborating artist, Electronic Cafe International, 1993-6; presenter, SIGGRAPH 1995, presenter, California Governor's Conferences on the Arts and Technology, CA, 1995-97; Illicit Images, digital print folio, Trillium Press, 2002; International Space Arts Project, 2005-.
- Personal arts projects grants and awards: San Francisco Society for Encouragement of Contemporary Art (SECA), 1975; National Endowment for the Arts, Media Arts Program, 1979/81; Art Matters, 1985; Telluride Council on the Arts, 1988/92; NEA-Helena Presents, Regional Initiatives: New Forms, 1993; Colorado Council on the Arts, CoVisions, 1993; NEA-Benton Foundation, Open Studio-Arts Online Program, 1996; UC Davis: Artist in Bioregional Residence, 2000; public art commission for Arroyo Park, Davis. CA, 2003-04.
- Projects technical support received from: Apple Computers; IBM; Telesensory Systems;
Speech Plus; Grid Computers; Tetherless Access; Global Village; US Robotics; InFocus; UTI; Hewlett Packard; US West; Phillips Corp.; FLIR Systems; Sun Microsystems, Misubishi; Sony; Agema; and Novozymes Biotech.
- Guest instructor/presenter: San Francisco Art Institute, Kansas City Art Inst., UC San Diego, MIT CAVS / Media Lab, U. of Colorado, San Francisco State U., 1980s-90s; UC Davis: Technoculture 2005.