2021.06.28 Fragments of a Hologram Rose on Feral File
2021.04.05 Cypherfeminism rising
2021.03.17 The Lobster with Sol Hashemi and Natalie Purschwitz at UBC
2021.03.04-05 Radical (Re)Worlding 44th Annual AHVA Graduate Symposium at University of British Columbia.
2021.01.27 Neo Gibson & Charles Stobbs image broadcast on Montez Press Radio with Tom Johnson, Steve Kado, the Kirsten Wind Tunnel, Akiyoshi Kitaoka, Annea Lockwood & Ruth Anderson, Mutlu Çerkez, Daffy Scanlan, and Roman Opalka. Wednesday, January 27, 2021. 8PM Eastern Time.
2021.01.21 The Knight Queen, collaborative speculative serial fiction with Clara Pacotte and Charlotte Houette published in issue #5 of their E.A.A.P.E.S. - Exploration of the Arriving Alternatives of Extra-Solar Provenance.
2021.01.03 All Computers Are Beautiful.
2020.11.19 The font is Iosevka.
2020.11.10 The font is Hack.
2020.11 Center for Discursive Inquiry at CalArts
2020.11 We're back. Sometime in August, McIntyre launched pied-terre.com/shop. The last few copies of Book of Knots are there as are some copies of Age of Sand.
2020.09 MFA in Visual Art at University of British Columbia
2020.04.30 Finished Synth, a reader for Now for myself and strangers. Uploaded the PDF so you can download it. It's big.
2020.04.05 And now, purple.
2020.03.29 Second PLEASE FORWARD salon with artist Rebecca R Peel and Ranu Mukherjee, co-host Eleanor Ford, and chat mod Flint Jamison. https://www.twitch.tv/kj7mlq
2020.03.28 Suddenly CMU Serif Upright Italic looks just right
2020.03.22 Host inaugural PLEASE FORWARD artists salon on Twitch.tv with co-host Eleanor Ford. Guests Christian Oldham and Charlotte Pacotte. https://www.twitch.tv/kj7mlq Also doing daily readings on twitch at noon PDT. Poems, essays, etc.
2019.12.15 Wooba Presents: The 2015 Honda Fit, a group show inside Merideth Hillbrand’s 2015 Honda Fit as part of Partial Shade and CoLab’s exhibition, Transmission. With artists: Nathan Azdherian, Nicolas G. Miller & Lakshmi Luthra, Lisa Radon, and Ellen Schafer. Wooba is Merideth and Steve Kado's new exhibition project.