Harvestworks Digital Media, "New Works" Award, 2023

Govenor's Island, Nolan House 10a, September 1 - October 29, 2023

Harvestworks Digital Media, New Works Award, 2023
Harvestworks Digital Media, New Works Residency Award, 2023
Listasafn Islands National Gallery of Iceland, 40 Year of Corridor Gallery, Helgi Þorgils-Friðjónsson, February 4 - June 3, 2023, Reykjavik
WhiteBox, NY, Ballots not Bullets, October 25-November 19, 2022
The Schuh Show, curator Ruth Marten, Van der Grinten Galerie, Cologne, Germany, 2022

Maquette for steel "Maillot Chaise/Chausseure", 2004, Aluminum

A Celebration of Trees

Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY, curator Laurie Dolphin, October 1-December 18, 2022


Sound Installation, Lower East Side presentation at 11 Rivington Street, New York, December 1-9, 2021.  62 Wave Field Synthesis speakers provide a 3-Dimensional sound experience for the 34:20 minute vocal composition created by Michelle Jaffé.

ArtBoxDMV Interview with Michelle Jaffé, WERA 96.7, 9/23/2021
MacDowell Colony - Art Exhibits & More

Vol. 48, No. 1 Summer/Fall 2019

Michelle Jaffé (2005) Soul Junk video and sound installation at Milton Art Bank, White Box, Wappen Field sculpture and sound installation at New Media Gallery, Vancouver, Canada, Tea with Estelle: InEquality  Webisode #4, film of The Revisionsit and The Astropastorals written and read by Douglas Crase.

Soul Junk at FRIEZE VIP Program "In the City" at WhiteBox Harlem

Differing Facets in Our Distinct Futures, curated by Lara Pan
Michelle Jaffé, Arnaldo Morales and Charles Juhasz-Alvarado
May 3-May 12, 2019

The works in this exhibition, enacted from three distinct autonomous positions—political, psycho-aesthetic and environmental— explore and query, poetically, individually and as an ensemble, the high degree of alienation individuals live under today, surreptitiously provided by the politically oppressive mantle of big Media´s stronghold upon us all consumer-citizens, allied of unnecessary social pressures, great discomfort and unstoppable environmental degradation. Our interactions with the artworks manage to leave us with more questions than answers or solutions, adding a succinct page of existential ambiguity to our direct experience reflecting the twisted, anguished fate of the fragmented postmodern

Lines from London Terrace - book

Essays by Douglas Crase including "Apertures on a Virtual World" about Wappen Field, p 229-238

Structures Residency at Newlyn Art Gallery

Recording new work in Cornwall