Megan Michalak
I have been awarded a 2014 artist in residency at Cite Internationale des Artes in Paris, France
Theater of Interruptions: Rehearsal for an Unfinished History (Portugal), will be performed on 7 December 2013, 20:00, Demimonde na Galeria da Boavista, Rua da Boavista 50, 1200-402 Lisboa, Portugal
PRECARIEDADE (PRECARITY), screening at Lisboa Architectural Triennale
26 Nov 2013 16:00-18:00, Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa I 
Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Campo de Santa Clara 142-145, 1100-474 Lisboa, Portugal
Visiting Artist, UNIVERSITY OF PORTO, University wide lecture, December 6th, 2013
SOVEREIGNTY MODULE, public artwork commissioned for ARTFARMS, Terrains Vagues
in 2013 I will be creating a social sculpture called SOVEREIGNTY MODULE, for ARTFARMS, as part of Terrains Vagues. This project is commissioned by Lage Architecture, and partners artists with urban farmers to create public works on repurposed land in depopulated urban centers.
2012 Artist in Residence, L'ENTERPRISE CULTURELLE
Artist in residence at l'Enterprise Culturelle, in Paris, France in July 2011, and July 2012. Both residencies supported the completion of the project "POSTCARDS TO THE PAST, SIGNPOSTS TO THE FUTURE."
GLIMPSE JOURNAL published a 15 page interview about my ongoing drawing series "Negated News: Histories Ransom Notes."
Carolyn Arcabascio, “Histories’ Ransom Notes: an interview with Megan Michalak,” Glimpse Journal. The Art and Science of Seeing, Issue # 7, , winter 2011.

I exhibited work in the 2nd Moscow International Biennale, July 2010
"Gearwire" interview
I was interviewed by "Gearwire" to speak about my recent collaborative project "World X Diagnostics"
follow this link to view the video
Artist interview featured on YLE Television Network of Finland and YLE Turku Radio
Interview with Kimmo Gustafsson, AREENA, 7pm National News of Finland, YLE television network, channel 2, 8/11/09

“Onnellisuus Kaantyy Aaneksi,” artist interview on YLE Turku Radio, 8/11/09
2009 SUMU Media Arts Residency in Turku, Finland
The residency concluded with an exhibition of World X Diagnostics at Gallery Titanik.
2009 Harvestworks Artist in Residence
2008 NYSCA New York State Council on the Arts Production Grant
Funding for World X Diagnostics in collaboration with Stephanie Rothenberg
New American Talent, curated by Nato Thompson
My work was included in "New American Talent" exhibit at Arthouse at the Jones Center in Austin Texas. The exhibition will tour in Texas until 2010
2008 Binaural Media Arts Residency in Nodar, Portugal
I was invited as 'Visiting Observer' to the Binaural Media Arts Residency located in Nodar, Portugal.
"Here and Elsewhere" the Bronx Museum of the Arts
My work was included in the exhibition Here and Elsewhere at the Bronx Museum of the Arts
New York Times review of "Here and Elsewhere" by Martha Schwendener
"Megan Michalak’s 'PVK, Towards a Sustainable Bubble,' a clear bubble inflated by bicycle power, show it to be a handsome apparatus"
50,000 Beds at the Aldrich Center for Centemporary Art, Real Art Ways
The Wheel Behind the Wheel video created in collaboration with Sarah Sharp, was included in this multi-venue exhibition at the Aldrich Center for Contemporary Art, Real Art Ways, and Artspace, CT

For this exhibition, curated by Chris Doyle, artists were invited to create a video while spending the night in a hotel room
"50,000 Beds" New York Times Review by Linda Yablonsky
"Consider Megan Michalak and Sarah Sharp’s macabre homage to a short story by Flannery O’Connor, the Southern gothic writer who once lived on a Connecticut farm: Their video involves a woman with a prosthetic leg and the Bible salesman who loves it."
Holly Willis review of Silverlake Film Festival
"In Megan Michalak’s lovely short Nightshade,a woman dangles in a room where gravity seems out of whack, floating about in her nightgown, surrounded by striped, flowery wallpaper. Michalak captures a sense of confinement and weightlessness, and poetically illustrates how we adapt to a world not quite suited to our needs."
"I Cant Quite Place It" at Smack Mellon
Work included in exhibition "I Cant Quite Place It" at Smack Mellon Gallery
Stephen Maine review of "I Cant Quite Place It" in Artnet Magazine
"In the elaborate Underground Parallax, Megan Michalak uses multiple mirrors and fresh sod to suggest a wormhole escape below the surface of the earth."