Forthrite Gallery. Oakland CA 2011
Eleanor Harwood Gallery. High Life. San Francisco 2010
Triple Base. On Losing & Finding One's Line. San Francisco 2005
Edo Salon. San Francisco 2003
Adobe Books Gallery. San Francisco 2003
Build Gallery. San Francisco 2003
Artists Television Access (ATA). San Francisco 2002
Bevy Gallery. Dunkirk NY 1996
Adobe Books. Taraval. San Francisco 2002
21 Grand. Taraval. Oakland 2001
Artists Television Access (ATA). OK. San Francisco 2001
John Simms Center. OK. San Francisco 2001
Artists Television Access (ATA). Street Sweeper. San Francisco 2000
Record/Play 001. Book of images by K. Knobel. 44 pp., color 2007
For Their Love... Book of security envelopes. 2nd edition, 40 pp., b&w xerox 2007
Toward the Light. Book w/ I. Keir, design/photos by K. Knobel. 52pp. color 2007
Satellite magazine. Interview w/ doc film-maker J. Jones. 4 pp., color 2006
SECA Catalog. SF MOMA. Cover image for Sarah Cain exhibit. 1 p., b&w 2006
Record/Play 000. Book of interviews of Bay Area visual artists. 50 pp, color 2004
SF MOMA. 10 minute video for museum visitors. 2002
Somatic Lapse. Performance w/ R. Nordschow. Video by K. Knobel.
...... 21 Grand. Oakland CA 2002
...... Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. San Francisco 2002
...... New Langton Arts. San Francisco 2001
Location/Dislocation. Guerilla outdoor video projection. San Francisco 2001
Appointment Project. Performance and book. Bay Area 2000
Secret Box. Performance. Secrets exchanged in person & anonymously.
...... Hallwalls Gallery. Buffalo NY 1999
...... Anon Salon. San Francisco 1998
San Francisco State University.
MA Interdisciplinary Arts (Video). 2000-2002
State University of New York at Fredonia.
BFA Painting. 1991-1996
The Luggage Store Gallery. Om, I'm Home. San Francisco CA 2016
Truesilver Gallery. Nice One. San Francisco CA 2012
SF MOMA. Shadowshopper / Stephanie Syjuco. San Francisco CA 2010
Forthrite Printing. Nothing/Everything. Oakland CA 2010
Soap Gallery. The Junk Mail Show. San Francisco 2010
Gallery 16. Sonny Smith's 100 Records. San Francisco 2010
Marjorie Wood. with Ingrid Keir, including catalogue. San Francisco 2009
The Hallway Gallery. Pattern. San Francisco 2009
The LAB. Postcard 11. San Francisco 2008
Eleanor Harwood Gallery. Miami Art Fair (Aqua). Miami FL 2007
Eleanor Harwood Gallery. Albedo. San Francisco 2007
Adobe Books. Miami Art Fair (Aqua). Miami FL 2006
Remote Satellite. Oakland 2005
Headlands Center for the Arts. Close Calls. Sausalito 2004
Mimi Barr Gallery. Books!Awesome! San Francisco 2004
Tangent Gallery. The Bay Area Show. Detroit MI 2004
Southern Exposure. Monster Drawing Rally. San Francisco 2004
21 Grand Gallery. Place-Oriented Work. Oakland 2003
The LAB. Q: Where you at? San Francisco 2003
Quotidian Gallery. Blood Show. San Francisco 2002
The LAB. The Last Hurrah. San Francisco 2002
Independent Media Center. 2 Decades of Ephemeral Art. Seattle WA 2001
Southern Exposure. Postcard 5. San Francisco 2001
DeBasement. San Francisco 2000
4 Walls. Postcard 4. San Francisco 1999
Gallery 82. Allentown. Buffalo NY 1998
Ford Street Lofts. Break My Heart 14. Buffalo NY 1998
Napoleon Street Studios. First Annual. San Francisco 1997
UC Berkeley gallery. 21 pieces Left to Right. Berkeley CA 1995
JT Christian Gallery. Explorations in Paint II. Fredonia NY 1995
Another Step Forwards, Walking Backwards.
ADOBE BOOKS (2004)
Artists: Allissa Anderson, Matt Furie, Reggie Sparks, Minnette Lehmann.
What We Saw When We Got There.
The LAB (2003)
A show of conceptually based drawing, with ‘drawing’ defined in its broadest possible terms. The work featured is grounded in an investigation of place, yet are disparate in focus & content, ranging from digital projection & video to maps & architectural plans. Co-curator: Michael Damm.
Artists: Nathan Burazer, Sarah Cain, Rita DiLorenzo, Amanda Eicher, Lucy Harvey,
Amanda Hughen, Zoey Kroll, Albert Reyes, Jennifer Starkweather.
Q: Where are you at? Q: Where is your drawing at?
The LAB (2003)
A group drawing show of 40 artists without theme nor guiding hand. Work for sale during the exhibit’s opening night. Co-curator: Michael Damm.
4-in-1 Project Room.
The LAB (2002)
An exhibition of four solo artists’ projects housed within one gallery space. The show proposes an alternative to the traditional theme show format by foregrounding the autonomy of each artists’ work, and opening up the possibility of overlapping readings while leaving that space unmediated.
The LAB Foyer Program.
The LAB (2000-2)
Create a new project space that is to host a series of one person shows. Focus on artists at the beginning of their public careers.
Solo shows: Tohru Kanayama, Amy Rathbone, Jo Jackson, Sarah Cain, Darren Jenkins, and Leslie Henslee.