Born in Los Angeles, California
Lives in San Francisco and New York City
artist, inventor, educator
University of California & Berkeley, Genetics BS
  University of California & Berkeley, Practice of Art BA
1987 University of California & Davis, MFA Program
1990 Yale University, Sculpture MFA
2013 Zero 1 Garage: Michael Joaquin Grey, Silicon Valley, California
2013 "Orange between orange and Orange", Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, London
2011 "Botticelli | Grey", Gemäldegalerie, National Museum, Berlin.
2010 "Horizon Over Time", Galerie Sherin Najjar, Berlin.
2009 MoMA / P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York.
2007 "Sediment, Sentiment, Sentient", Fringe Exhibitions, Los Angeles.
2006 "Reentry: From Primordial to Precocial", Bitforms, NYC.
2005 "Weather Reports and the Matter of Media: Please Follow the Yellow Line", Bitforms, Seoul.
2003 Bitforms, New York
1995 Kunsthalle Loppem, Belgium
1993 Brooke Alexander Editions, New York
1992 Lisson Gallery, London
  Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York
  Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles
1990 Petersburg Gallery, New York
2013 "Transposition: Motion is Action", National Art Musuem of China, Beijing, Curator: Zhang Ga
  "NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star", New Museum, NY
  SPRING / BREAK Art Show, New York, Curator: Kyle DeWoody
  Art Stage Singapore, Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, Indonesia
  Art Rotterdam, Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, Netherlands
  Art Brussels, Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, Belgium
2012 "Cartographies of Hope", DOX Center, Prague, Curator: Jaroslav Andel
  Loop Festival, Barcelona, Exhibitor: Senda Gallery, Spain
  "(Un)folding Patterns", Dorsky Gallery, Long Island City, NY, Curator: Ombretta Agro Andruff
  "Experimental Films Now and Then", Czech Center, New York, Curator: Jaroslav Andel
  The Armory Show, New York, Galeria Senda, Barcelona
  "Century of the Child", MoMA, New York, Curator: Juliet Kinchin
2011 "Seeing / Knowing: Gund Gallery Inaugural", Graham Gund Gallery, Kenyon College, OH.
Curator / Director : Natalie Marsh
  "At Fifty: Krannert Art Museum 1961 - 2011", Krannert Art Museum, IL. Curator: Michael Rush
  "Standard Deviations: Types and Families in Contemporary Design", Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Curator: Paola Antonelli
  "Obstacle", The Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn. Curators: Steven and William Ladd
  "Fundamentally Human: Visual Art and Neuroscience", Pera Museum, Istanbul. Curator: Suzanne Anker
  "Midnight Party", Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. Curator: Joan Ruthfuss
  The Armory Show, New York, Galeria Senda, Barcelona
  "The Digital Any-Space-Whatever", CAA, 99th Annual Conference, New York. Curator: Claudia Hart
2010 "Painting and Sculpture: Foundation for Contemporary Arts Benefit Exhibition", Lehmann Maupin Gallery,
New York
  "Greater New York", Rotating Gallery (curated by Clarrisa Dalrymple), MoMA/P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
  "Plus One", (curated by Dan Cameron), Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York
  "Matters of Media III", SFMoMA, San Francisco. New Art Trust
  "Works of Michael Joaquin Grey"', Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah
  "The Best of LOOP: Remote Viewing", (curated by Paul Young), Pacific Design Center, LosAngeles; and Centre d'Art Santa Monica, Barcelona
  "Remote Viewing", Arts Santa Monica, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles. Curator: Paul Young
  "A Man is Not a Tree", Galerie Sherin Najjar, Berlin
2009 "Spazialismo", Bitforms, NYC.
  "Art and Electronic Media", curated by Edward Shanken, Bitforms, NYC.
  "Illiterature", Arena 1 Art Gallery, Santa Monica.
  Loop Festival, awarded Premier Selection, Barcelona, Spain.
2008 NASA 50th Anniversary, "Yuri's Night:2008", NASA Ames Research Center, Moffet Field, CA.
  "Illiterature", LIMN Art Gallery, San Francisco.
2007 Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, "RIP.MIX.BURN.BAM.PFA", Berkeley, CA.
  Gagosian Gallery, "Beneath the Underdog", New York.
  LEADED, touring exhibition with five venues (through 2009), Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art, University of Richmond Museums; Bedford Gallery, Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, CA; Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; Baum Gallery of Fine Art, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR; Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY; Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT.
2006 CUT/FILM: Film as found object in Contemporary Video, Curated by StefanoBasilico, Traveling Museum Show: MOCA, North Miami, Milwaukee ArtMuseum, Philbrook Museum of Art, (Catalog), 2004
  "Hedonistic Imperative", Deborah Coulton Gallery, Houston, Curated by Graham Guerra, 2006
2005 34th International Rotterdam Film Festival, Art of Listening, curated by Kathleen Forde, 2005
  "Hedonistic Imperative", Jack The Pelican,Curated by Graham Guerra, 2005
  The Black Box, Curatorial Project ARCO’05, “The Fourth Flavor” 2005
2004 CUT/FILM: Film as found object in Contemporary Video, Curated by StefanoBasilico, Traveling Museum Show: MOCA, North Miami, Milwaukee ArtMuseum, Philbrook Museum of Art, (Catalog), 2004
  "Time and Temperature", Bitforms, Curated by Michael Rees, Traveled to Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, July 2004
  Nassau County Museum, “Byte”, Michael Joaquin Grey, Manfred Moore, TonyOssler, Barbara Nessim, Michael Rees Jan-March 2004
2003 Bitforms Group Show, Summer 2003
2002 Genart, “NewFangle”, Curator, San Francisco, Fall 2002
  Santa Monica Museum of art, “Extreme Prints”, Nov 2002
  111 Minna Gallery, “Gestures”, Curated by Sabina Ott, Sept 2002
  Dance Showcase Sweden Stockholm & Göteborg; choreography & Dance Collaboration: House of Twist: Michael Joaquin Grey, Steven Petronio,Golan Levin, 2002
2001 Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, “Public Offerings”, curated by Paul Schimmel, (catalog), 2001
2000 Norrtalje Konsthall, Sweden, “Circus, Circus”, curated by Fredrik Harleman, traveled to Konsthall Barbacka, Sweden, (catalog), 2000
1999 TT, (Think Tank), Hirsh Foundation, Morocco, October, (catalog), 1999
  Entwistle, “Holding Court”, London, January, 1999
1998 Santa Monica Museum of Art, “[re] Mediation: The Digital in Contemporary American Printmaking”; traveled to University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, 1998
  Tel Aviv Museum of Art, “Plastic Times”, (catalog), Israel, 1998
  Duke Museum of Art, “Interface: Art + Tech in the Bay Area”, 1998
1997 Museum of Modern art, New York, “New Acquisitions--Printmaking” TheOverintelligent Film in collaboration with Paulina Wallenberg-Olsson(first Iris print collected by MOMA), 1997
  Katonah Museum of Art, “Toying With Architecture: The Building Toy In the Arena of Play 1800 - Present”, (catalog), New York, 1997
  Richard Heller Gallery, “A Scattering Matrix”; (catalog), Los Angeles,
  “Mute”, Michael Joaquin Grey, Thomas Demand, Patricia Piccinini; Linda Dement, London (CD publication), 1997
  Deutsches Museum Bonn, Germany (Book), “Art and the Brain”, curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, 1997
1996 Basilico Fine Arts, New York, 1996
  The New York Kunsthalle, “Echoes”, curated by Francesco Bonami, 1996
1995 Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, “Projects”, 1995
  Basilico Fine Arts, New York, 1995
  Huntington Arts Center, “Veered Science”, Huntington Beach, California,1995
1994 Metro Pictures, New York “Notational Photographs”, 1994
  Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, 1994
  Margo Leavin Gallery, “Donald Judd, Sol Lewitt, Michael Joaquin Grey”, Los Angeles, 1994
  Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, “Serial”, 1994
  Lisson Gallery, London, “Beyond Belief”, 1994
  Cohen Gallery, New York, “Drawing on Sculpture”, 1994
  Landes Gallerie, Linz, “15 Years of Ars Electronica”, 1994
  The Techniska Museum, IVA Show, Stockholm, Sweden, 1994
  Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, Robert Smithson, Donald Judd, Matthew Ritchie, Michael Joaquin Grey, 1994
  Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, Curated by Kathryn Kanjo, “Breakdown”:Jorge Pardo, Rita McBride, Michael Joaquin Grey”, (catalog),1994
  Serpentine Gallery, London “Some Went Mad, Some Ran Away” curated by Damien Hirst, Traveled to Nordic Art Centre, Helsinki, Finland;Kunstverein Hannover, Germany; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, (Catalog), 1994
1993 Thomas Solomon’s Garage, Los Angeles “Science Fair”, 1994
  The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York “The Final Frontier”, 1993
  Tokyo International Arts Museum, Tokyo, “A-Life”, 1993
  Whitney Museum of American Art, New York “1993 Biennial Exhibition” (collaboration with Randolph Huff), 1993
  The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea, 1993
  Terrain Gallery, San Francisco “Dark Star: Paintings the Color of Television Tuned to a Dead Channel”, 1993
  Galerie Max Hetzler, Koln, Germany, 1993
  Neuger Gallery, Berlin, Germany, 1993
1992 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, 1992
  Ho Gallery World Art, Hong Kong, 1992
  Jack Tilton Gallery, New York “Through the Looking Glass” (collaboration with Randolph Huff), 1992
  Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles, 1992
1991 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, 1991
  Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles, 1991
1990 Petersburg Gallery, New York, 1990



2013 "NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star", exh. -cat. New Museum, NY
  " Cartographies of Hope", Jaroslav Andel, exh. -cat. DOX Center, Prague
  "Michael Joaquin Grey: Orange between orange and Orange", David Barrett, Art Monthly, March
  "Picks of the Day 2: Art Rotterdam", Katherine Dunn, Frameweb, January
2012 "Century of the Child: Growing by Design 1900 - 2000", Juliet Kinchin, Aidan O'Connor, exh. -cat.
Museum of Modern Art, NY
2011 "Botticelli|Grey", Sherin Najjar, Stefan Weppelmann, exh.-cat.Gemäldegalerie der Staatlichen Museen zu
Berlin, Germany
  "Fundamentally Human: Visual Art and Neuroscience",Suzanne Anker, exh. -cat. Pera Museum, Istanbul
  Michael Joaquin Grey "Between Simonetta", Studio. ART - Das Kunstmagazin, November
  "Schau mir in die Augen", Christiane Meixner, Kleine, Die Welt, 25. August
2010 "Peak Condition", Jeremy Kay, Screen International, January 15
2009 "Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements), "Edward A. Shanken, New York, USA / London, UK
  "Visual Culture and Bio Science, (Issues in Cultural Theory)", ed. Suzanne Anker and JD Talasek,
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, UMBC, Maryland
  "Erdkunde mit Klaus Biesenbach", Klaus Biesenbach, Monopol Magazin, June
  "Michael Joaquin Grey", Saul Ostrow, Art in America, November
  "Basic Structures: Michael Joaquin Grey at P.S.1.", Brian Droitcour, Rhizome, July 24
  "Illiterature at Arena 1 Gallery, Leah Ollman, Los Angeles Times, March 5
  "Art In Review", Ken Johnson, The New York Times, July 17
  "Michael Joaquin Grey", Halle Howard, Time Out New York, Aug 13 - 19
2007 "Squat Fuzz", Linda Yablonsky, Village Voice, May 9-15
  "Deal or No Deal", Jerry Saltz, New York Magazine, June 4
  "Graphite Show on Tap at U of R", Roy Proctor, Richmond Times Dispatch, Aug 19
2006 "Algorithmic Culture", Rachel Liberman, Gay City News, Mar 30
2005 New York Times, Roberta Smith, “A Medium in the Making: Slicing Familiar Films Into Something New”, July 29, 2005’
  “Cut: Film As Found Object In Contemporary Video”, (Catalog), Stefano Basilico, Essays By Lawrence Lessig, Rob Yeo, Milwaukee Museum of Art, 2005
  Journal Sentinel, Schumacher, Mary Louise, “Video Art Exhibit Shows What is Possible, Even Good”, July 2005
2004 Kunst Nach Der WissenSchaft, Art after Science”, (Book), Susanne Witzgall, Contemporary Art in the discourse of the natural sciences; Edited by Institute for Modern Art, Nuremberg, Germany, 2004
2003 New Yorker, Goings On About Town, March, 2003
2002 Boards Magazine, “The Sound of Time”, February, 2002
2001 Public Offerings, (Catalog), Paul Schimmel, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, 2001
  Yahoo! Finance, The Sound of Time: New Creative Tool Links Music and Motion/Nike Brand Jordan to Launch New Ads Using Breakthrough Editing Technology, Dec 17, 2001
  The Digital Video Editing, “New Creative Tool Links Music and Motion”,December 2001
  2POP, Erin Lauten, “Neuman, Grey Unveil ‘The Sound of Time’.”, 2001
  The Business Journal Portland, “W+K to Deploy New Multimedia System of Jordan Ads”, Dec. 17, 2001
2000 The Tampa Tribune, Milani, Joanne, “e-Science meets e-Arts”, February 11, 2000
  Aftonblandet, “Kultur”, John Peter Nilsson, Stockholm, Sweden, August, 2000
1999 The New York Times, Lawrence M. Fisher, “Surfing the Human Genome”, September 20, 1999
  The Washington Post, Oldenburg, Dan, “A Cornucopia of Toys”, February 16,1999
  The Columbus Dispatch, Blundo, Joe, “Plenty of Playthings”, February 18,1999
  I.D. Magazine Design Review 1999, “Design Distinction – Consumer Product”, July – August (Award), 1999
  The Washington Post, Hales, Linda, “Objects of Desire: 1999’s Best Designs”, July 31, 1999
  Merge Magazine, Hunt, David, “Grey, Orange and Soul” , Summer 1999
  JUMP, Voltolina, Carlotta, “ZOOB: Il “Lego” Dell’era Digitale”, Summer (Cover Story), 1999
  Asian Entrepreneur Magazine, “Building ZOOBs”, December 1999
1998 Bikini Magazine, Cessna, Walter, “ZOOB Fashion for Future Worlds”, February 1998
  Leonardo Magazine, Shanken, Edward, “Life as We Know It or/and Life as It Could Be: Epistemology and the Ontology/Ontogeny of Artificial Life”, Feb. Vol. 31, 1998
  Leonardo Magazine, Rinaldo, Kenneth, “Technology Recapitulates Phylogeny: Artificial Life Art”, Leonardo Magazine, Feb. Vol. 31, 1998
  Rethinking Schools, Kohl, Herbert, “ZOOBs: A Challenge for the Hand and Mind”, Spring 1998
  City Link, Dougher-Telcik, Colleen, “Toy Story”, (Cover Story), March 25,1998
  Inc. Magazine, Bianchi, Alessandra, “DNA-Like Toy Inspires Brand Creation”, March 1999
  Popular Mechanics, “Natural Snap-Aparts”, June 1998
  Artbyte, Shanken, Edward A., “From Drips to ZOOBs: The Cosmology of Artist/Inventor Michael Grey”, August – September (Cover Story), 1998
  The Los Angeles Times, San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle: California Arts Council: “Michael Grey and Primordial, LLC: A Real-Life Toy Story”, Business, Technology and the Arts – California’s CompetitiveAdvantage, Supplement to West Coast Newspapers, Fall 1998
  The New York Times Magazine, Jana, Reena, “Toying with Science”, (Feature Article). October 4, 1998
1997 The Wall Street Journal, Pereira, Joseph, “...ZOOB Upstage Barbie in Toy Parade”, (Front Page – Business Section), December 22, 1997
  Interview, Kopelman, Jill, “Toy Stories”, April 1997
  Speak Magazine, Matza, Tomas, “The Toybox Where Art and Science Play”,Summer 1997
  ART/TEXT, Ritchie, Matthew, “Five of a Kind”, August – October (Cover Story), 1997
  San Jose Mercury News, Martin, Rick E., “My ZOOB can beat up your Legos”, September 28, 1997
  I.D. Magazine, “New and Notable”, October, 1997
  San Francisco Magazine, Bell, Catherine, “Toy Boy”, October, 1997
  New York Magazine, “Pop Art”, November 3, 1997
  San Francisco Chronicle, Emert, Carol, “ZOOB Toys Zooming”, (Front Page –Business Section), November 21, 1997
  Crayola Kids Magazine, “The ZOOB Guy”, September (Feature Article),1997
  Consumer Reports, “Master Builder I”, December 1997
  Family Fun Magazine, “Toy of the Year Awards”, December (Award), 1997
1996 The Los Angeles Times, Susan Kandel, “Images of the Past and Uncertain Present”, November 21, 1996
1995 Art Journal, “Jelly Lovers: Dreams of Causality”, 1995
  The Zing Magazine, Friedman, Terry, Autumn, 1995
  Los Angeles Times, Calendar Magazine, Dubin, Zan, “Artists Meet the Machine Age”, July 4, 1995
  Los Angeles Times, Curtis, Cathy, ”A Show Mr. Wizard Would Be Proud Of”, August 15,1995
1994 wired Magazine, Pinchbeck, Daniel, “The Second Renaissance”, December 1994
  Material: Journal of Contemporary Art, Sven-Olov Wallenstein, Erik vander Heeg, “Peeling an Orange Between an Orange and an Orange”, December 1994
1993 The New Yorker, “On the Town”, November 26, 1993
  Flash Art, Rees, Michael, “Yale Sculpture”, May/June 1993
  Flash Art, Bonami, Francesco, “Dion, Grey, Joo, Pardo, Pippin, Tiravanija”, May/June 1993
1992 Flash Art, Decter, Joshua, “Michael Joaquin Grey”, Summer 1992
  The London Telegraph, Dorment, Richard, “Drawing the Future with a Microchip”, September 16, 1992
  Los Angeles Times, Pagel, David, “A mix of Romper Room and Science Lab”, February 13, 1992
  The New York Times, Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review – Michael Joaquin Grey”, April 17, 1992
  The Village Voice, Levin, Kim, “Choices”, April 28, 1992
  Galleries, Saltz, Jerry, “Premiere: Michael Joaquin Grey”, April 1992
  Flash Art, Selwyn, Marc, “Michael Joaquin Grey – Dysfunctional Playground”, May/June 1992
  Artforum, Weissman, Benjamin, “Michael Joaquin Grey – Stuart Regen Gallery”, May 1992
1991 Cover Magazine, Amann, Gloria, “Michael Joaquin Grey”, January 1992
  Artforum, Avgikos, Jan, “Michael Joaquin Grey at Petersburg,”, March 1992
  Arts, Saltz, Jerry, “Big Science: Michael Joaquin Grey’s Electron M. 1990”, March 1992
  Art & Auction, Cameron, Dan, “Is There a Thaw?”, May 1992
1990 The Village Voice, Levin, Kim, “Choices”, December 7, 1990
  The New York Times, Smith, Roberta, “Echos of 60’s and 70’s Among theYoung and Little Known”, November 30, 1990
  University of California, Berkeley: California College of Arts; University of California, Los Angeles; Art Center College of Design; New YorkUniversity; Rhode Island School of Design; Bryn Mayr College; Tyler school of Art; Haverford College; Columbia University; Harvard University; School of Visual Arts; Parsons School of Design; Swarthmore College; Pratt Institute; Otis College of Art and Design; University of California. Santa Barbara; University of California. San Diego; University of California Davis; Oberlin College; New York University; Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences; The Art institute Chicago; The Exploratorium; Zeum; University of Southern Florida; Duke University; CalArts; Stanford University; Yale University; Brown University; MIT (CAVS)Center for Advanced Visual Studies; MIT Media LAB; Royal College of Art, London; Goldsmith’s’ College, University of London; Konstfack, University College of Art and Design, Stockholm, Sweden; Royal College of Fine Arts,Stockholm, Sweden; San Francisco Art Institute; Xerox Parc; University of California Berkeley; IEOR; Wexner Center; Ohio State University;University of Southern California; Cooper Union; Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP); Ars Electronica center; Eyebeam; Upgrade; Nasa Ames Research Center; San Francisco Art institute, WetLabNY
  Widen + Kennedy Culture Talk; Disney executive retreat; Ernst & Young Complexity Conference; Price Waterhouse Coopers Conference, Apple Computer Retreat; Blackberry Technologies Promotions; Protozoa collaboration (real-time animation); CNET corporate training; Hal Riney collaboration (website); Brand Building Conference; First Union Bankmatching challenge with 500 schools; SF school volunteers; Save the Children sponsor w/ Denny’s & Chiat/Day TBWA; TicToc/Collaboration; Otis School of Art Event; Duke University Museum Event; Pasadena Art CenterSponsor; California College of Arts and Craft event; Berkeley (Integrative Biology; Haas Business School; Art Department; Engineering School--Lecture); National Math Conference; Mathorama; National Geometry Conference; Eyebeam Atelier Digital Day Camp; Dan Marino Center for Autistic Children; Wired Magazine event; ZOOB Day Yankee Stadium Sponsor; KRQQ Christmas Party event; Sci-Fi/Fantasy Convention; ZOOFEST(San Francisco ZOO); Bronx ZOO; Webby Awards; Club Disney launch; Camp winnarainbow workshop; NASA Space Camp workshop; Nike R + D Workshops;MIT MEDIA LAB collaboration; Woodstock event; SF Academy of Sciences; X-games event; Kentucky Derby event; Ballet Tech/Joyce Theatre collaboration; LACE event; Governor’s Conference of the Arts;Exploratorium; Bay Area Discovery Museum; Children’s Museum of Manhattan; Camp Invention/Inventure Place; Star Wars 1 launch event; Pixar launch; A Bugs Life; Pixar workshops; Colossal Pictures stop frame animation collaboration; Tippet Studios event; Natural History Museum NYC; Comic Book Convention; Planet Hollywood event; ZEUM workshop; Buena Vista Museum; Please Touch Museum; Kunsthalle Nortellje Stockholm Sweden show; New York Toy Fair; Russian Toy Fair; Japanese Toy Fair; German Toy Fair; etc...; Gap (First Season Promotion and Installation); Franklin Institute event; Thames Science Center; Liberty Science Center; Kate Spade collaboration/Los Angeles/NY; Evening Magazine; Crayola Kids Magazine; ID Magazine; ArtByte promotion; Business 2.0; MaMa Media; Kellogg’s; Toy Smart US Tour; Genentech Promotion; Panvera Promotion;Yahoo Promotion; Sun Microsystems promotion; SRI; Lucas Learning Exchange; Macromedia; Bikini Magazine photo shoot (model ZOOB dresses);International Denny’s promotion; Kaboom (Building intercity playgrounds); Lamb and the Lion Project; Disney Channel Executive Retreat; Television:100’s of spots and interviews (including): Sex in the City; Third Watch; Suddenly Susan; Toy Soldiers; Stuart Little; Jack Frost; Jawbreaker; Chicago Hope; 3rd Rock from the Sun; Jack and Jill; Drew Carey Show; Friends; ER; Dharma & Greg; Rosie O’Donnell; Oprah; CBS News; Sci FiChannel; Fox Kids Insterstitals; MTV; ZERO One Conference; NBC Today Show; ZOOBMOBILE USA tour (7000 miles).
  Hamster cam™
  Watchie Talkie™
  Primordial ZOOP®
  Citroid System Technology®
  ZOOB® play system (over 50 products)
2009 Premier Selection Award, Loop Festival, Spain
2003 Adobe Public Art Competition Finalist
1999 ID Magazine, ZOOB, Design Distinction
1998 The American Toy Institute Award, ZOOB
  Early Childhood News, ZOOB, Director's Choice
  National Parenting Center, ZOOB, Seal of Approval
  Lion & The Lamb Project, ZOOB, Top 10 Recommended Non - Violent Toy
  ASTRA, ZOOB, Top 10 Favorite Toy
1994 Golden Nica Award, Ars Electronica, Austria
1990 Yale University: Rebecca Taylor Porter Award
1987 Regents Scholar UC Davis
1987 Ford Foundation Fellowship
1984 Regents Scholar UC Berkeley
  Leonardo: International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology Board of Directors
  Board of Advisors, Eyebeam
  Art, Technology, and Culture Advisory Board University of California & Berkeley
  EYEBEAM Architectural Competition Selection Committee
  Zero One Advisory Committee
  Berkeley Interdisciplinary Design (BID) Board of Advisors
  Primordial LLC, Board of Managers
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