Sculpture Chicago '96 Project Development and Exhibition Award for "ELECTRONIC GARDEN/ NatuRealization" Site Specific Interactive Multimedia Installation and Performance. International Award for Video Art (with C. Schneemann), Internationaler Videokunstpreis, Germany. German Cultural Center/Goethe-Institute (Chicago) Project Exhibition Grant, for "LOVERS LEAP", an interactive multimedia installation.
Zentrum Fur Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe, The Center for Art and Media Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, Artist in Residency Fellowship.
German Cultural Center/ Goethe-Institute (Chicago) Project Development Grant. NEA/AFI Regional Fellowship Award (National Endowment for the Arts and the American Film Institute) for "INSTRUCTIONS PER SECOND", a two-channel video/multimedia installation in collaboration with performance artist Carolee Schneemann.
NEA/Intermedia Arts Award (National Endowment for the Arts) for "INSTRUCTIONS PER SECOND"
1991 and 1990
NEA/AFI Regional Fellowship Award (National Endowment for the Arts and the American Film Institute) for a two channel video/multimedia installation, "CLAIM YOUR POWER" (2 awards). 1991 American Film Institute Video Festival Award; "THE WITCHES SCENES": New Works Premiere
Beer Trust Fellowship, NY (for the development of new work)
NYSCA/New York State Council for the Arts Grant/ for iEAR Studios Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY: "Workspace" (3 year Grant)
The City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs Commission Award for video installation
The Illinois Arts Council Award through The Center For New Television for a Video Theatre multimedia performance/installation, "NATURE IS LEAVING US"
Nominee for The Rockefeller Foundation Intercultural Film/Video Fellowship 1986 Illinois Arts Council Award for advancement in the field of film and video
1985 and 1984
NEA/AFI Regional Fellowship Award (National Endowment for the Arts and the American Film Institute) for a seven channel video installation, REMOTE FACES: OUTERPRETATION" (2 awards)
Edward Ryerson Travelling Fellowship Award for a four channel video installation, "QUESTIONS TO ANOTHER NATION", and computer drawings
Grant funded study at Merce Cunningham Dance Theater, New York City; collaborating on experimental dance/video projects