Powerpointless, a presentation/performance for the UMBRAL festival (facebook event page), at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico, December 1.

Press Play, solo exhibition, Zalucky Contemporary, November 26, 2016 – January 14, 2017, Toronto, Ontario.

Flipper B featured on the Sonic Materialities issue of textsound: an online audio publication (issue 21), curated by Michael Nardone.

Artist talk titled Powerpointless (or Powerlesspoint) in Methods in Practice-Based Research class, and grad studio visits at the Department of Visual Art and Art History, York University, Toronto, November 15.

Participant in the Sound Art Caucus, organized by the Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) in partnership with New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA), at the Canadian Music Center, Toronto, November 10-11. Commissioned report Questionable – Questioned – Questionnaire published online in 2017.

Record Release 7-inch, installation (October 27 – November 10) and performance (November 3), part of Faculty/Staff show A Line Has Two Sides, Artlab, Western University, London, Ontario.

Artist talk, class and grad studio visits at the Department of Sound at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), October 11-14.

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhe: Silence and Sound in Performance, essay commissioned by YYZ Books for More Caught in the Act: an anthology of performance art by Canadian women, eds. Johanna Householder and Tanya Mars. Launch September 24 at YYZ in Toronto, 2-4pm. Facebook event here.

Record Release 7-inch, performance and participation in a round table discussion with Steve Roden, Aren Skalman, and Margaret Noble as part of the closing event for the group exhibition Sweet Gongs Vibrating, curated by Amanda Cachia for the San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, May 28.

Mixer (Toronto), during the 21C Festival, at The Royal Conservatory, co-presentation with MOCA_Toronto_Canada. Featuring: Abbas Akhavan, Ronnie Clarke, Francisco-Fernando Granados, Jessica Karuhanga, Duncan MacDonald, Hazel Meyer, Stephen Mueller, Lisa MyersJuliana PivatoTazeen Qayyum, Jon Sasaki, Skawennati, Xuan Ye, Andrew Zukerman. May 25-29. Free.

Je ne Je: Evasions somatiques et sonores, a presentation / performance organized by Matthieu Saladin for La fabrique des arts sonores – Labex Arts H2H / Université Paris 8, at the galerie Salle Principale, 28 rue de Thionville, Paris, France. Friday May 6, 19h, free.

Fingering, at Cave 12, Geneva, Switzerland, Wednesday May 4.

Mixer (Prague), solo version for the vs. Interpretation festival, Prague, Czech Republic, April 27 – May 1. A documentary of the whole fest can be viewed here (section on this piece starts at 6:30).

Contributor to the Writing and Sound Art portion of the Writing as Practice/Practice as Writing conference (SAR – International Conference on Artistic Research), The Hague, Netherlands, April 28-29.

Record Release 7-inch, installation presented in the group exhibition Sweet Gongs Vibrating, curated by Amanda Cachia for the San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, March 26 – May 28.

Record Release 7-inch and Record Release 12-inch and Si Su, installation / performance / presentation as part of the colloquium-laboratory L’imprévu : de l’erreur à l’errance, organized by Serge Cardinal, Frédéric Dallaire, and Mario Gauthier of La création sonore, at the Ancienne École des Beaux-Arts, Montreal, March 17-18. Documentation here.

With: Alexandre St-Onge’s Cosmo-Touch, essay for the Semblances monograph on Alexandre St-Onge published by Avatar. The publication also features Nicole Gingras and Brandon LaBelle. Translation by Daniel Canty. Editing by Caroline Gagné. Hardcover, 80 pages. The entire publication including is available as a free and searchable pdf here. The eponymous new sound work by Alexandre is downloadable from the same page. Launched in Quebec City on February 25, and in Montreal in two separate events March March 17 and 18.

Nothing Here But Everything. Text piece presented in the group exhibition À la recherche (in search of practice-based research), curated by Barbara Balfour for Open Studio in Toronto. January 8 – February 6, 2016. Opening January 8, 6:30-8:30pm.

Art Now! Speakers Series, organized around the topic title: LIVE (Survive), winter 2016 for the Department of Visual Arts at Western University. Featuring Karin Jones, cheyanne turions, Paola Poletto, Kim Solga, LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Tom Sherman, and Ian Doig-Phaneuf.