Updated November 29, 2018
Belmont University, Nashville, TN. Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Design Communications; December 2004 - 08, Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s List.
Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA. 2002. Pre-University Semester Certificate Program.
Harvest Works MAX / MSP Certificate Program 2018.
National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), Bozeman, Montana 1999.
2016 - Present Board Member; Flux Factory International Artist Residency and Gallery; New York, NY
2013 - 2018 Member; Artist / Curatorial Collective Little Berlin; Philadelphia, PA
SOLO EXHIBITIONS / PERFORMANCES
2018 Les Ateliers; Clermont-Ferrand, France, “Hematoma Auris.”
2017 Flux Factory; New York, NY, “Tutti Frutti.”
2015 ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum Aarhus, Denmark, “Brødbånd / Breadband.”
2015 Kunsthalle Aarhus; Aarhus, Denmark, “Brødbånd / Breadband.”
2015 Музей советских игровых автоматов; Saint Petersburg, Russia, “Button Mash Sound.”
2015 Dome of Visions, Copenhagen, Denmark, "Basic Need of Others."
2014 Little Berlin Annex; Philadelphia, PA, “Under A Tongue.”
CURATORIAL PROJECTS / PROJECT MANAGEMENT
2018 ARoS Museum; Project Leader ARoS Public Residency with Flux Factory (38 International Artists Participating); Aarhus, Denmark.
2017 Flux Factory; 7 Common; Queens, NY.
2017 Flux Factory; Self-Storage; Queens, NY.
2017 Little Berlin; Baker’s Dozen; Philadelphia, PA.
2017 Little Berlin; Reuptake; Philadelphia, PA.
Curated with Matthias Borello (Copenhagen Art Week) and Sally Szwed (Creative Time / EYEBEAM)
Independence Seaport Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA.
SFMoMA Digital Collection (Under Direction of Zeena Parkins)
Elsewhere Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina USA.
2018 Visiting Artist Workshop Series and Artist Talk, New York University, Shanghai-- IMA program.
2016 Audio Field Recording Workshop; John Hopkins University.
2015 Visiting Artist Workshop; Smolny University Saint Petersburg, Russia.
GROUP EXHIBITIONS / PERFORMANCES
2018 ARoS Museum, Aarhus, Denmark; “Electric Toothbrush Choir Performance I.”
2018 Little Berlin, Philadelphia, PA; "EST & UTC + 5"
2017 Little Berlin, Philadelphia, PA; "Found."
2017 Elsewhere Museum; "Time Sensitive." Greensboro, NC.
2017 Little Berlin, Philadelphia, PA; 10th Anniversary Member Exhibition.
2016 ALT CPH, Copenhagen Alternative Art Fair, Copenhagen, Denmark. (In collaboration with 3 other artists and researchers for Utopia School).
2016 Reitir; Siglufjörður, Iceland.
2016 Arcana, Durham, North Carolina. As part of Discotoño's residency at Arcana. "Solo Sound Performance."
2015 Museum of the Moving Image; NY, NY; “MATA Interval Presents I/O.”
2015 Copenhagen Metro System "Crossfade Commute." -- Interactive Installation for the Copenhagen Metro System
2015 Copenhagen Art Week; Copenhagen, Denmark; "Artist Run Boat Tours."
2015 Art Prospekt Festival; St. Petersburg, Russia; "Perpetual Piñata Parlor" (In collaboration with 6 Flux Factory Artists)
2015 ACE Hotel; NY, NY; “One Night Only: Selections From The ACE AIR 2014 Program.”
2015 Flux Factory; NY, NY; "Hotel Wars."
2015 Boiler Room / Pierogi Gallery, NY, NY; "Menu 4 Mars."
2015 Queens New Music Festival, The Secret Theatre; NY, NY; “Queens New Music Festival.”
2015 Austin Peay University, Clarksville, TN; “Sound.”
2015 Little Berlin; Philadelphia, PA; “Screens.”
2015 Flux Factory; NY, NY; "Strobe Network."
2014 Black Mountain College Museum; Black Mountain, NC; “Re:Happening.”
2014 Flux Factory; Queens, NY; “Flux Hospital.”
2014 Little Berlin; Philadelphia, PA; “Hard To Please.”
2014 Long Island City Community Garden / Flux Factory; Queens, NY; “Nightlight.”
2014 Philadelphia Water Works; Philadelphia, PA; “FLOW River Festival.”
2014 Little Berlin; Philadelphia, PA; “Zodiac Dinner Club.”
2014 Flux Factory; Queens, NY; “Pink Noise Salon.”
2014 Open Space Gallery; Baltimore, MD “Alternative Art Fair” (as part of Artscape).
2014 Goldie Paley Gallery; Philadelphia, PA “Interchange.”
2014 Flux Factory; Queens, NY; “You Made It.”
2013 Nugentheim Gallery, Brooklyn; NY; “Lost Colony.”
2008 Gallery 121; Nashville, TN; “Forget It.”
2007 Group Exhibit, Belmont University, Nashville, TN; “Formal Banquet.”
AWARDS / GRANTS / RESIDENCIES / INVITATIONS
2017 Danish Arts Foundation, Danish Arts Grant for upcoming Studio residency at ARoS Museum, Aarhus, Denmark -- August and September 2018.
2017 Invited Artist for MEETINGS 2017 in Thyborøn, Denmark. In collaboration with Molly Haslund.
2017 Artist in Residence at Elsewhere, Greensboro, North Carolina.
2016 Residency (artist / curator) as part of Welsh Arts International 2016 Cardiff, Wales United Kingdom.
2016 Danish Arts Foundation, Danish Art Abroad Grant (curatorial grant for Molly Haslund).
2016 Artist in Residence REITIR, Iceland.
2016 Artist in Residence (with the Median Movement) Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn.
2016 Artist In Residence Have Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
2016 Danish Arts Foundation Danish Art Abroad Grant (curatorial grant for Matthias Borello, Ursula Nistrup, and Kristoffer Ørum).
2015 Invited Artist for Copenhagen Art Week and Aarhus Art Week by Kunsten.Nu and Råderum.
2015 Artist in Residence at PB 43 / Beton Copenhagen, Denmark.
2015 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.
2015 MATA Interval Recipient Awardee & Performance-- Executive Produced by Philip Glass.
2015 Danish Arts Foundation Danish Art Abroad Grant (curatorial grant for T. Karl Sandegård).
2015 Artist in Residence (With the Median Movement); Cultivate New Hampshire, Bethlehem, NH.
2015 Artist in Residence (With the Median Movement); Dance Now: Silo; Bucks County, PA.
2014 Artist in Residence; Ace Hotel, NYC.
2014 Artist in Residence (With the Median Movement); Cultivate New Hampshire, Bethlehem, NH.
2013 Artist in Residence; Flux Factory; Queens, NY.
SOUND PERFORMANCES: solo & with various ensembles
Les Ateliers Gallery in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Elsewhere Museum; Greensboro, North Carolina.
Danspace Project at St. Marks Church With The Median Movement, NYC.
Movement Research at Judson Church With The Median Movement, NYC.
Center For Performance Research, Brooklyn, NY With The Median Movement, NYC.
Museum of the Moving Image, NYC.
Kunsthalle Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark.
Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines, St. Petersburg, Russia.
ARoS Kunst Museet, Aarhus, Denmark
Movement Reseach at Judson Church With The Median Movement, NYC.
Statens Museet før Kunst (SMK) Cast Collection, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Dome of Visions, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Flux Factory, NYC.
Queens New Music Festival, NYC.
Silent Barn, Brooklyn, NY.
Steelstacks, Bethlehem, PA
Little Berlin Gallery Philadelphia, PA.
Spectrum, NYC; Baby’s Alright, NYC; Bethlehem, NH; Little Berlin, Philadelphia, PA; Open Space Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Rippers, Far Rockaway, NY; High Horse Saloon, Brooklyn, NY; Nugentheim, Brooklyn, NY.
The End, Nashville,TN; Exit/In, Nashville, TN; The Rutledge, Nashville, TN; Bottle Tree, Oxford, MS;
The Viper Room, Los Angeles, CA; Hair of the Dog, Nashville, TN; Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
NPR Morning Edition, "Artists Pay Tribute To No-Frills Chinatown Bus, Discomforts And All," March 2016
Hyperallergic, "A Biennial on a Bus Examines the Leisure and Labor of Travel," March 2016
The Atlantic, "Everything You Love (and Hate) About Chinatown Buses in One Traveling Exhibit," March 2016
Gothamist, "The Fung Wah Biennial Took Me On A Weird Art Field Trip," March 2016
Omni Magazine, “Experimental Sound at the Museum of the Moving Image,” March 2015.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, “April First Friday picks,” April 2015.
Art In America, “The Agenda: This Week in New York,” July 2014.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, “Celebrating the Power of Water,” September 2014.
NPR/WHYY/NewsWorks, “FLOW taps into the beauty, bounty, surprises of the Schuylkill,” September 2014.
Time Out NY, “Critic’s Pick -- Flux Hospital,” November 2014.
Art F City, “This Week’s Must-see Art Events: Hard To Please,” November 2014.
Philadelphia City Paper, “What to Do This First Friday: Kevin McNamee-Tweed: Books,” July 2014.
St. Clair Review, “Kevin McNamee-Tweed at Little Berlin,” October 2014.
Time Out NY, “Critic’s Pick -- Night Light,” June 2014.
Art F City, “Flux Factory’s Garden Party, Nightlight,” May 2014.
DNA Info, “Solar-Powered Art Installation Lights Up Community Garden After Dark,” June 2014.
PUBLICATIONS -- Graphic Design
Huffington Post, Graphic, More Pride Needed Over Treatment of Homeless Young People, June 2014.
The Economist, Doctors Without Borders graphics; October 2013.
Roll Call, Doctors Without Borders graphic; October 2013.
La Tribune de Genève, Infographic, Novartis a soif d’Exclusivité; September 11, 2012.
PLOS Blogs, Infographic, Do No Harm: How a US-Led Free Trade Agreement Threatens the Prospects for an
AIDS-Free Generation; August 7th, 2012.
Al Jazeera UK, Infographic, How Global Fund Shortages and PEPFAR Cuts are Jeopardizing the Fight Against HIV and TB; March 2012.
Doctors Without Borders, Infographics, Issue Brief: Losing Ground; March 25, 2012.
Curator, Little Berlin; Philadelphia, PA; February 2014 - Present.
Free-lance Art Director; August 2006 - Present.
Contracted Design Consultant, Doctors Without Borders, New York, NY; September 2012 - Present.
Contracted Design Consultant, Safe Horizon, New York, NY; May 2013 - Present.
Contracted Design Consultant + Photo Editor, Alcott Clothier, New York, NY; Septmber 2012 - 2013.
Free-lance Graphic Designer + Art Direction, The Guild, Brooklyn, NY; October 2012.
Social Media / Web Intern, Doctors Without Borders, New York, NY; January - September 2012.
Apprentice Screen Printer, Kangaroo Press LTD, Nashville, TN; August - October 2011.
Intern + Art Director + Designer, The Guild, Brooklyn, NY; May - September 2008.