Voicing with Marcus Coates and Martin Backes, featuring Wappen Field October 20 - December 22, 2017
Soul Junk, October 21, 2017 - January 6, 2018
edited by Mira Schor & Susan Bee December 17, 2016 Final Issue, 10 year Anniversary
with Zachary Keating & Christopher Joy on November 13, 2016. Talking about works: Soul Junk, Wappen Field and Tea with Estelle
Film made by Frank Norden about "Restructure" Residency at The Exchange in Penzance, Cornwall, England, July 18-August 6, 2016

Queens Council on the Arts 3rd Space presented Neural: Cleave, a sound installation work-in-progress, on November 22, 2013, at 6:30 pm.
Following the exhibition, Michelle Jaffé was in conversation with performance artist Marta Jovanovic, which was recorded and is presented here.
Jaffé addresses some of the concepts & ideas that underpin Wappen Field sculpture & sound installation, Univerity of California, Irvine, October 3, 2013.
University of California, Irvine from October 3, 2013 - January 25, 2014, featuring the work of Paul Demarinas, George Legrady, Ed Osborne, and Lewis deSoto.
48 Orchard Street Lower East Side, New York
Group show at Wave Hill, September 15 - December 1, 2013
Momentum: Women/Art/Technology exhibition, June 7-July 26, 2014
Whisper of the Wild, Trying to find and capture nature's soft voice before human sounds completely drown it out. by Kim Tingley, March 18, 2012, p 42 Sunday Magazine. Interesting in relation to Michelle Jaffé's sound & light installation Awakening (at the Lightning Field), March 8-31, 2012 at Syliva Wald & Po Kim Art Gallery, New York, NY
Superb literary journal focusing on cutting edge contemporary arts.
Poet of The Revisionist and writer of essay on Wappen Field in A Public Space, Winter 2012.
UICA exhibit embodies ArtPrize, Joseph Becherer, September 27, 2011, p. A7
Wappen Field sculpture and sound installation at UICA, Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2011
GVSU ArtPrize Project: UICA review, Dale Johnson, October 3, 2011
GVSU ArtPrize Project: review of UICA works, Jessica Smith, October 8, 2011
ArtPrize draws wild, wonderful works to Grand Rapids, October 2011
Photo of Wappen Field sculpture & sound installation, public interaction on opening night of ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI, September 21, 2011
Wappen Field sculpture & sound installation Opening night at UICA, ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 9/21/2011
Grand Rapids, Michigan Exhibition of "Wappen Field" sculpture & sound installation, September 21 - November 27, 2011
Installation of Wappen Field Sculpture & Sound Installation by Michelle Jaffé at UICA, Grand Rapids, ArtPrize 2011 Composition by Ayelet Rose Gottlieb
Review of Fjord Collection, Felt Bowls by Michelle Jaffé for ArtWare Editions, New York
Canterbury Tales in Staten Island and Other Budget Fun, November 5, 2010
Group Exhibition at NYFA, 20 Jay, #740, Brooklyn, NY, Panelist, Ambitious Art Projects and How to Make Them Happen: Four Artists’ Stories, Participant Salon by Catherine Eaton at Roger Smith Hotel, NY
Reporting on New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp 5 week seminar grant which I was awarded and participated in June-July 2010.
Artware Editions is a New York City-based gallery that collaborates with visual artists to produce functional design editions. See "Fjord" 2009 Felt Bowl Collection,and "Maillot Chaise", 2004 Steel chair.
2008 Received Individual Artist Grant for Sculpture & Sound Installation, Wappen Field.
Michelle Jaffé sound & light installation, Awakening (at the Lightning Field), March 8-31, 2012
Andre Smits, Dutch photographer documents artists in their studios
Blog & Images about Artists & Designer's reflections on Chairs
In House: Heartfelt Housewares, February 27, 2010, Review of Fjord Collection Nested Felt Bowls by Michelle Jaffé for ArtWare Editions, New York
Wappen Field: Work in Progress Exhibition
Contemporary Design as seen & experienced in New York
Leading New York Art Gallery exhibiting since 1950, the works of diverse artists such as Larry Rivers, Frank O'Hara, John Ashbery, Fairfield Porter, Kathy Butterly, Tom Burckhardt, Rudy Burckhardt, amongst others.
2005 Artist Residency
2003-04 Artist-in-Residence, Department of Computer Music
2008 Artist Residency
2008 IAI Award, Individual Artist Initiative Program
January 25-June 3, 2007 Organized by Professor of Studio Art Jim Butler, Transparency is an exhibition presenting eight artists working in a variety of media whose works engage transparent visual phenomena. Each artist’s expressive and procedural approach is unique. The works included are made from glass, plastics, resin, photography, and video. The show provides an interaction with the beguiling nature of light and its elemental poetry.
February 5-May 16, 2008, Informed by Function explores sculptural objects influenced by the vocabulary of furniture, design and architecture. The artists include Alexandre Arrechea, David Baumflek, Jean Blackburn, Carlos Bunga, Francis Cape, Pedro Cruz-Castro, Marcia Grostein, Hisae Ikenaga, Michelle Jaffé, Friedrich Kunath, Iván Navarro, Forrest Myers, Marc André Robinson, Courtney Smith, William Stone and Madeline Weinrib. Informed by Function is co-curated by Claudia Calirman and Susan Hoeltzel.
"Fashion Forward" Exhibition, November 26-January 25, 2009.
Video Artist
MINUS SPACE is a platform for reductive art on the international level.
Painting, Sculpture, Glass by Jim Butler, Professor of Fine Arts, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont
Independent curator
Part of the Sight & Sound exhibition at the Beall Center for Art + Technology
Part of the Sight & Sound exhibition at the Beall Center for Art + Technology
Part of the Sight & Sound exhibition at the Beall Center for Art + Technology
Part of the Sight & Sound exhibition at the Beall Center for Art + Technology
Writer of story in Walrus, The Whole Story, April 2009 Books: Leaving Earth, After Image, The Lost Garden, Wild Dogs, Coventry, The Frozen Thames Poetry: The Perils of Geography, Anthem
Exhibition Venue for the Malka Lubelski Cultural Foundation
The Broadway Gallery, 473 Broadway, New York, NY 10013
2006 Corridor Gallery Rekagrandi 8, 101 Reykjavík Without a doubt this gallery is the most progressive, or, maybe the coziest gallery in Reykjavík. Even though it has history dating back to 1980, this gallery has showcased many different talents. Its newest home is Rekagrandi, and the reason for its difference is because it is showcased in the home of Helgi Þorgils, one of Iceland's most prolific artists.
Blog by Sharon L. Butler
2006 PodCast: Jaffé speaks about sculpture "Maillot Chaise"
2006 PodCast: Jaffé speaks about sculpture "Large Vestment"
ETHEL is a New York based string quartet that was co-founded in 1998 by Ralph Farris, viola; Dorothy Lawson, cello; Todd Reynolds, violin; and Mary Rowell.
The Grand Rapids Press, Joseph Becherer, September 27, 2011, p. A7
Perfromance and Installation Artist
Vocalist
Vocalist and improviser
Vocalist and composer
Vocalist
Fjord Collection Felt Bowl Collection available at ArtWare Editions, New York