W Michelle Harris

W Michelle Harris

Associate Professor
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
School of Interactive Games and Media

2020 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

BIODANCE, and W. Michelle Harris. BIODANCE: Bridge to Paradise. Feb. 2020. Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY. Performance. ∆

BIODANCE, , W. Michelle Harris, and Lauren K. Alleyne. BIODANCE at Home. Sep. 2020. Rochester Fringe Festival, Rochester, NY. Performance. ˜

2019 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

BIODANCE, , et al. The Fragile Corridor. Sep. 2019. Rochester Fringe Festival, Strasenburgh Planetarium, Rochester Museum & Science Center, Rochester, NY. Performance. ˜

Harris, W. Michelle. In Their Wake. Oct. 2019. Current Seen Biennial, Democrat & Chronicle newspaper building, Rochester, NY. Installation. ˜

Harris, W. Michelle. “Oh Really, Lydia,” “Hooray Lydia,” and “He Hurt Me, Lydia,”. Oct. 2019. Current Seen: Seeing Change, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY. Exhibit. ˜

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation or Conference Paper

BIODANCE, and W. Michelle Harris. "The Fragile Corridor: Filling the Dome." Proceedings of the RIT Frameless Labs VR/AR Symposium. Ed. Joe Geigel. Rochester, NY: Rochester Institute of Technology. «

Harris, W. Michelle. "In Their Wake." Proceedings of the Race, Space, Place Initiative unConference: DATUM. Ed. Tressie McMillan Cottom. Richmond, VA: Virginia Commonwealth University. ˜

2018 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Harris, W. Michelle, et al. Black Magic Slays Magical Negro. Feb. 2018. Gallery 74 (the Black House), Rochester, NY. Exhibit. ∆

BIODANCE, , W. Michelle Harris, and Garret Reynolds, composer. Loom. May 2018. BIODANCE 12th Anniversary Concert, Geva Theatre Center, Rochester, NY. Performance. ∆

BIODANCE, , et al. Aria. Sep. 2018. Rochester Fringe Festival, Lyric Theatre, Rochester, NY. Performance. ˜

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation or Conference Paper

Harris, W. Michelle. "Aria: Live Motion Visuals for Dance Performance." Proceedings of the Frameless Labs VR/AR Symposium. Ed. Elizabeth Goins. Rochester, NY: n.p.. *

2017 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Harris, W. Michelle. Can't/Breathe Mirror. 22 Jan. 2017. InstInt EXPO of the InstInt Conference, New Orleans, LA. Installation. ˜

Harris, W. Michelle. “Flawless Ladies" and “Can't/Breathe Mirror”. Jun. 2017. “Shape of a Pocket,” at Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Art Center, Buffalo, NY. Performance. ˜

BIODANCE, , et al. Labyrinth. Sep. 2017. Rochester Fringe Festival, Strasenburgh Planetarium of the Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, NY. Performance. ∆

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation or Conference Paper

Harris, W. Michelle. "Loom: Shadow Stage Visuals for Dance Performance." Proceedings of the Frameless Labs Symposium. Ed. na. Rochester, NY: n.p.. ˜

2016 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Harris, BIODANCE, Sound ExChange, and W. Michelle. Anomaly. Sep. 2016. Strasenburgh Planetarium of the Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, NY. Performance. £

Tremblay-Gaudette, Josephine Anstey, Sandy Baldwin, Al Biles, W. Michelle Harris, Charlie Roberts, Rick Scott, and Gabriel. Bad Objects: A Night of New Media from RIT. 30 Nov. 2016. Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY. Performance. ∆

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation or Conference Paper

Harris, W. Michelle. "Can't/Breathe Mirror (winner Judges' Award)." Proceedings of the New Media Consortium Summer Conference. Ed. New Media Consortium. Rochester, NY: n.p.. £

2014 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Harris, W. Michelle. "Learn Creative Coding: Begin Programming with the Processing Language." Long Beach Indie Digital Edutainment Conference. Long Beach Indie Festival. Long Beach, CA. 30 Aug. 2014. Conference Presentation. £

Harris, W. Michelle, Janelle Hobson, and Janine Lewis. "Big Question Roundtable: Community Building via Technology." Long Beach Indie Digital Edutainment Conference. Long Beach Indie Festival. Long Beach, CA. 30 Aug. 2014. Conference Presentation. £

2013 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Harris, W. Michelle. Anomaly. By BIODANCE and Sound ExChange. 21-28 Sep. 2013. Strasenburgh Planetarium of the Rochester Museum & Science Center, Fringe Festival, Rochester, NY. Performance. £

Harris, W. Michelle. Motion with Motion: Dance Performance and Video. 2013. Captivate Conference, Austin. Performance.

SoundExChange, W. Michelle Harris , BIODANCE,. Anomaly. 23 Sep. 2013. Fringe Fest at the Strasenburgh Planetarium of the Rochester Museum & Science Center, Rochester. Performance.

Harris, W. Michelle. Studying Lydia from Birth. 3 May 2013. First Friday Gallery Night at the Ithaca Generator, Ithaca. Exhibit.

Ferry, Peter. Sound ExChange : All Eyes and Ears. By Joe Geigel, et al. 28 Feb. 2013. University of Rochester, Rochester. Exhibit.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Harris, W. Michelle. "Motion with Motion: Dance Performance and Video." Captivate Conference. Captivate Conference. Austin, TX. 7 Oct. 2013. Conference Presentation. £

2012 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Harris, W. Michelle. Reflection and Identity. By W. Michelle Harris and Michael Roman. 26 Feb. 2012. Community Folk Art Center, Syracuse, NY. Exhibit. ˜

2011 Submissions

Published Review

Harris, W. Michelle. "Mary Flanagan, Critical Play: Radical Game Design." Rev. of Critical Play: Radical Game Design, by Mary Flanagan. American Journal of Play Sep. 2011: 261-263. Print. ∆

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Harris, W. Michelle. No Boundaries: New Expressions In African American Art. By Hiram Cray, et al. 4 Feb. 2011. Baobab Cultural Center, Rochester, NY. Exhibit. ∆

2010 Submissions

Installation/Exhibit/Performance

Harris, W. Michelle. Her Ghosts, Mirrors and Pixels. Four Walls Gallery, Rochester, NY. 5 February-5 March 2010. Exhibition.

Handy, Andrea, W. Michelle Harris, and Xanthe Matychak. Riviére Memoir. World Maker Faire New York 2010. New York, NY. 25-26 September 2010. Exhibition.

Suarez, Juanita and ensemble. Be Here Now. Musselman Arts Triathlon, Smith Opera House. Geneva, NY. 16 July 2010. Exhibition.