Contributions to books
Book Chapter: Parker, J. Slow FAST Forward: Enacting Digital Art and Civic Opportunities. In Elliott, D. J., Silverman, M., & Bowman, W. (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Artistic Citizenship. New York: Oxford University Press. (Oct 2016)
Ebook: Roger F. Malina, Carol Strohecker, and Carol LaFayette, on behalf of SEAD network contributors, Steps to an Ecology of Networked Knowledge and Innovation: Enabling New Forms of Collaboration among Sciences, Engineering, Arts, and Design. MIT Press Journals (Parker, J., is a SEAD network member and white paper author sited on pages 3,60-62,79)
Parker’s work has been exhibited, performed and presented in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area in places such as the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SF Camerawork, The LAB, Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, Bay Area Science Festival, SFMOMA, Southern Exposure, California Academy of Science,ZER01, Biennial, Tech Museum; Montalvo Art Center, Bay Area Maker Fair, and Kala Art Institute. Nationally, Parker has exhibited at ISEA12 in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Kantor Gallery in Los Angeles, CA; Contemporary Arts Forum in Santa Barbara, CA; the Bessie Schöenberg Theater in New York; and the Tacoma Art Museum in Washington. Internationally, Parker has shown at the de Baile in Amsterdam, Holland; The War Memorial Museum in Seoul, Korea; the World Trade Center in Osaka, Japan; the Iskra History Museum in Kazanlak, Bulgaria; Califia Galerie and Školská 28 Galerie in the Czech Republic; Sala de exposiciones Parque García Sanabria Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain; and ArtSci Museum in Singapore.
She is the recipient of several grants, awards, and fellowships including Artworks NEA, NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates, Art Matters, New Forms Regional Grant administered by the Inter-Arts Program of the NEA, Epsilon/Alliance Environmental Art and Education, American Psychoanalytic Foundation Award, The New Jersey State Council of the Arts, and the Kate Neal Kinely Memorial Fellowship Award