Michael Parker lives and works in Los Angeles where he teaches sculpture at California State University, Long Beach and is currently on the Programming Committee at Human Resources Los Angeles. Recent projects include The Ides: Radical Cartography at the Palm Springs Art Museum; The Ides (arch du triumph) mapped by Vi Ha in Current LA; Juicerinas at The Getty and at the Hammer Museum; Steam Work at Southern Exposure; Attractions at High Desert Test Sites (HDTS); R.S.V.P. Los Angeles at the Pomona College Museum of Art; Remembering Victor Papanek at the Armory Center for the Arts; Shitwork with Machine Project and HDTS; Juicework at Human Resources; The Unfinished at the Bowtie Project/Clockshop; Lineman with Los Angeles Trade-Technical College; Sound Camp with HDTS; Feel the Love with Machine Project and Cold Storage. He holds a BA from Pomona College (‘00) and an MFA from USC (‘09). And is a recipient of the California Community Foundation’s Emerging Artists Fellowship, a Center for Cultural Innovation Artists’ Resource for Completion grant, and a Printed Matter Award for Artists.