About Stephanie Reid for HaikuFlash


As elucidated in The Spell of the Sensuous, by David Abram,
the distance between human kind and the rest of the natural world 
began with the first technology, written language. That rift has been growing as societies have become more entrenched in technology.
In an effort to reconcile that divide, I explore ways to use technology and nature together to create art.

Artist Resumé

Solo Exhibits

2016   Acts of Disappearing as Methods for Reappearing.
Museum of Human Achievement. Austin, TX AND
 Uferstudios. Berlin, Germany  

2012-2013   Hidden Places. Dougherty Arts Center, Austin, TX AND The Jung Center, Houston, TX

2004   Electric Paint. Barnes and Noble Café, Austin, TX

2004   Behind the Looking Glass. Topaz Salon, Austin, TX

1991   Visages. Tarrant County College Photography Gallery, Hurst, TX


Selected Group Exhibits and Lectures

2022   Monologues and Poetry International Film Fest. Vallejo, CA

2022   Tune in to Green - Minor Chord II. Live screening at Brewtorium event space. Austin, TX

2022   Tune in to Green - Exhibition Seven. Live screening at Sparky Pocket Park event space. Austin, TX

2022   Tune in to Green - Exhibition Six. Live screening at Casa de Luz. Austin, TX

2020-2022   Tune in to Green, Exhibitions 1-7, Minor Chord, and Minor Chord II. Diorama Room (online) 

2022   Linda Montano's Birthdayrama + Love Letters to Linda. Franklin Furnace.

2021   Mix 'n' Mash - Las Flores. Mexic-Arte. Austin, TX 

2021    Place, Pandemics, and The Suspension of Time. Artists Talk. Ely Ctr for Contemporary Art. New Haven, CT

2020-2021   The (NotSo) Short Fest. Ely Center for Contemporary Art. New Haven, CT

2020   Birdwatching. Collection RERT. Austin, TX

2019   Texas Toast (Juried). Co-Lab Projects. Austin, TX

2018   Spirit House. Haiku Flash Studios. Austin, TX

2017   Gimme Shelter (Juried). Columbia City Gallery. Seattle, WA

2017   Weather (By invitation). Lower Level Creative Space. Denver, CO

2016   Back to Athens Festival (by  invitation from the Berlin Soup Collective). Athens, Greece

2015   Mix 'n' Mash - Loteria. Mexic-Arte. Austin, TX

2015   Loose Affairs. SomoS Gallery. Berlin, Germany

2014   Conversations (Collaborative Drawing Show) with the Yeah! Collectiph Cement Loop Studios, Austin, TX

2014   Pop Up Show. SomoS Gallery. Berlin, Germany

2011   Put Another Hat on the Fire with the Yeah! Collectiph. Alice Coltrane Memorial Center. Portland, OR

2011   ABAD ~ Memento. Willow North Gallery. Phoenix, AZ

2011   Art in Public Places (Juried). The People’s Gallery @ Austin City Hall

2011   100-4-100 Scholarship Fundraiser Art Auction. Texas State University. San Marcos, TX

2010   16 Seconds with the Yeah! Collectiph. Big Red Sun, Austin, TX

2006   City of Austin National Arts Program Exhibit. Carver Museum, Austin, TX

2005   Art in Public Places (Juried). Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

2005   Capital Area Food Bank Fundraiser. Bouldin Creek Café, Austin, TX

2005   The Unicorn Show. Bolm Studios. Austin, TX

2004   Electricity and Me (Juried). Gallery Lombardi. Austin, TX

2004   Firefighters’ Fundraiser Exhibit. Galerie Jean Moulin. Austin, TX

2003   Earth, Wind, Fire, Water. Elements Gallery. Austin, TX

2003   Hold on to Your Dreams Scholarship Fundraiser Art Auction. Dougherty Arts School. 

2002   Mas! Mas! Mas! Por Que? Por Que? (Juried). Gallery Lombardi. Austin, TX

2001   Electricity and Me (Juried). Gallery Lombardi. Austin, TX

1995   The New Gothic (by invitation). Texas Union Art Gallery. Austin, TX

1992   Installments. Cermak Gallery. Chicago, IL


Meow Wolf, Texas

Other Curation and Art Event Experience

2020-2022  Tune in to Green (short film series). Diorama Room Arts. Austin, TX. Curation, editing, marketing and communications, live screening event coordination and operation, budgeting, grants applications and oversight, fiscal accounting and reporting

2018   Spirit House Gathering. Haiku Flash Studios. Austin, TX. Curated participatory installation + performance with sound and video.
1) Developed storyline, choreography and sound framework, 2) Organized artists and rehearsals, 3) Created sculpture, video, and circular projection curtain, 4) Marketing, 5) Documentation

2016   Eto Otitigbe's Patience on a Monument. The New Gallery at Warfield Center for African and African American Studies / University of Texas. Austin, TX. Assisted with sanding, cleaning, sealing, and installation of sculptural "monuments"

2016   Transart Triennale. Uferstudios. Berlin, Germany. 
1) Curated online photography gallery of three photographers. 2) Wrote an essay titled Dissolve tying those works into Rosi Braidotti's "The Ethics of Becoming Imperceptible", 3) Co-hosted and facilitated viewing of all online showcases by visitors in the Media Lounge, 4) Created information cards for Media Lounge, 5) Installed ceiling hung microphones for "Polyphonic Essay on Intimacy and Distance", 6) Installed ceiling mounted projector for film screening room

2016   Loose Affairs. SomoS Gallery. Berlin, Germany. Transart Institute's graduating class, pre-thesis show. 1) Assisted with planning of placement of works, 2) installed work, 3) created and hung name labels and wall text.

2014   Conversations. Cement Loop Studios. Austin, TX. 1) Co-curated this participatory drawing show with the Yeah! Club Collectiph. 
2) Contacted artists to participate prior to show, 3) Assisted with initial drawing meetup, 3) Helped hang work (before opening) in studio/gallery to show interactions between drawings, 4) Marketing, 5) Assisted with gallery setup, 6) Facilitated public participation, 7) Documentation

2011-2012  Intern. 
Women & Their Work. Austin, TX. 1) Photographed exhibitions and events, then shared on social media, 2) Assisted with gallery prep, installation, 3) Designed collateral, forms, and member cards, 4) Conducted research for grant applications, 5) Facilitated participation from student groups, 6) Provided exhibition tours


2010  16 Seconds. Big Red Sun Event Space. Austin, TX. Co-curated show of works created in 16 seconds with the Yeah! Club Collectiph1) Acted as POC for all artists, 2) Made arrangements and met with event space mgmt. for planning, installation, and setup days, 3) Collected and installed artists' works, 4) Planned layout of space, 5) Marketing and Communications 6) Facilitated participation from guests in the interactive art area, 7) Assisted with setup and breakdown of event


2004  East Side, Then and Now. Cepeda Library. Curated student show for 
Media Studies Texas Empowerment Academy class featuring historical photos of East Austin alongside student photos of gentrified places shown in those historical photos. 1) Selected photos from the Austin History Center, 2) Taught students photography skills with 35mm cameras, 3) Went on walking photo excursions around East Austin, 4) Selected student photos for exhibition, 5) Archivally mounted historical photos with students', 6) Made arrangements with library and installed work there, 7) Planned exhibition opening for students 

2002-2006  Totally Cool, Totally Art Annual Exhibitions. Hancock, Austin, and Parque Zaragosa Recreation Centers + Mexic-Arte Museum. 1) Taught photography, Photoshop, and collage to teens at all recreation centers in Austin, 2) Selected 1-3 best images of each student to be shown in end-of-school exhibitions, 3) Mounted and displayed images
1992  Silent Film in Chicago. Chicago Historical Society. Assistant to curator for this show about when the film industry lived in Chicago. 1) Located photographic still images and films in the archive, 2) Made selections from photographic print candidates, 3) Arranged flow of images.


2022  Puffin Foundation Grant Recipient for Tune in to Green short film series (to sister org, Diorama Room Arts)

2012   Puffin Foundation Grant Recipient for Bastrop State Park – Back to the Beginning photography project                 

2006   Honorable Mention. City of Austin National Arts Program Exhibit. George Washington Carver Museum, Austin, TX 

1989   Scholarship Winner. District-wide Portfolio Exhibit. Tarrant County College, Hurst, TX

Publications and Reviews

2012   Parker, Bryan. Pop Press International. June 14, 2012. http://www.poppressinternational.com/2012/06/14/art-exhibition-stephanie-reid-hidden-places/

2012   Bornstein, Stephen. “Dougherty Arts Center hosts Stephanie Reid’s Fascinating Show, Hidden Places.” Austin Parks and Recreation Blog. June 18,  2012.

Jeju Weekly journalism and photography

http://www.jejuweekly.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=414 (uncredited article)
http://www.jejuweekly.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=272 (uncredited photos)
http://www.jejuweekly.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=268 (uncredited photos)


MFA in Creative Practice with Concentration in Experimental Video - Transart Institute (Accredited by University of Plymouth UK, School of Arts and Media) - August 2016

BA in Organizational Management with a Concentration in Arts Organizations - August 2008

Austin Community College - Studies in multimedia and graphic design

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago - Studies in photography, film, video 

Tarrant County College - Studies in photography, fine art, art history, design, literature, philosophy, and French