martha burgess

Guggenheim Fellow, Macdowell Colony Fellow, New York foundation For the Arts Fellow, Jerome Foundation Media Arts Grantee, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program (current), Part-time Associate Professor, Parsons School of Art, Media and Technology (1998-present)

Solo exhibitions at the Tatinsian Gallery (Chelsea) and Rice University Art Gallery (Houston), installation commissioned by Fotofest (Houston), the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD, local non-profit spaces including Exit Art, White Columns, Artists Space, Franklin Furnace and P.S. 1

Lectures/Panels: Yale University, WGSS/GLBT 25th Anniversary, SUNY/Albany, University of Connecticut, New York University, Montclair State University, College Art Association.

  • "Moving Pictures," Michael Ennis, Texas Monthly, May 2002, p 136.
  • "Looking Past the Present," Dan Goddard, San Antonia Express, 3/10/2002
  • "Flash Forward," Janet Kutner, The Dallas Morning News, March 17, 2002
  • "FotoFest 2002," Vinod Hopson, NY Arts, May 2002
  • "FotoFatigue," Kelly Klaasmeyer, Houston Press, March 21-27, 2002
  • "Was Krazy Kat a Boy or a Girl?" Anne H Roberts, Out Smart Magazine, April 2002
  • "Manly on The Plaid," catalog, Kimberly Davenport, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston 2000
  • "Still Life with Mouse, Martha Burgess's interactive art drags (and clicks) an old genre into the modern era," Kelly Klaasmeyer, Houston Press,
  • December 7, 2000
  • "The Rain in Spain (and Houston) stays 'Manly on the Plaid'," Maria Stalford, The Rice Thresher, November 17, 2000.
  • "Martha Burgess at Gary Tatintsian," Sarah Valdez, Art In America, Feb 2001, p 139-40.