Field Notes at Prelinger Library, San Francisco
14 June, with Sei Harris, Tamara Porras, and Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai
I Knew That Was You at Human Resources, LA
7 May, with Keijaun Thomas and Nicolas Bermeo
Way Out! at Wayward Social, Brooklyn, NY
29 April, group show
Bureau of General Services, Queer Division, NYC
26 April, solo show
HECK, Brooklyn, NY
19 April, group show
[Show Review] Pauline Gloss in Los Angeles, Sequenza21
"Images created from the words built up a new construct in the listener’s mind, partly from sound shapes and partly from meaning – "Lullabies for the Psychotic," operating at the intersection of poetry and music, is a most intriguing process of creation as well as an enlightening experience."
[Show Review] Cazan, Gloss, and Anderson at Betalevel, Sequenza21
"Although created from simple materials, these text/sound works operate at the intersection of cognition and emotion, expanding the vocabulary of art into new territory."
[Album Review] Under the Radar, Doug Harvey, Artillery Magazine
"[Greetings from Here] reminds me of nothing so much as the poet Anne Sexton’s amazing recording for poetry label Caedmon, with Gloss’ NPR-ready baritone even resembling Sexton’s tobacco-and-vodka cured delivery"
[Album Review] Greetings From Here, Paul Muller, Sequenza21
"Greetings from here is a truly extraordinary album, placing the listener in completely new emotional terrain. This is powerful material, bearing witness to a complex and unguarded vulnerability that most of us can hardly imagine."
Hoosac Institute, Journal 1 - Score for "First Piano Lesson"
YesFemmes, Issue 1 - Excerpts from Greetings From Here
Curate.LA (critics pick) - Lullabies for the Psychotic
5everyday LA - Lullabies for the Psychotic
NextCity - Three Dictaphones for Trans Day Of Remembrance
The Rumpus - Lambda Lit Fest
13 April, 7:30pm, solo show
Multicult at Lyric Hyperion, LA
25 March, first two parts of Lullabies for the Psychotic
Jaap Blonk, Pauline Gloss, and Tom Comitta at Poetic Research Bureau, LA
23 March, third part of Lullabies for the Psychotic
Voice / Words / Sound: David Katz, Pauline Gloss, Nikki Darling at Betalevel
3 January, performance of Candle Suite
Group Work at Automata 
performance of "You are a Speaker: Together, Separate, and All-Together"
Readers Chorus at MoCA Geffen 
performance of "Letter to the Museum (After Hollis Frampton)"
Electricity, Sound, Words: Casey Anderson, Pauline Gloss, and Scott Cazan at Betalevel 
solo set including "Trauma Response," "First Piano Lesson," and "An Integration."
I Don't Have One and So Do I: Pauline Gloss at Poetic Research Bureau 
performance of "An Integration," "Encounters," "I Don't Have One and So Do I," and others.
Words With Friends: Gloss and Harris; Music at MiMoDa 
joint concert with Sei Harris
Lambda LitFest: Yes Femmes II 
performance of "I Don't Have One and So Do I"
Museum of Jurassic Technology 
performance with Sara Robert's Reader's Chorus
3TON Cinema's "Living Breathing" at Monk Space 
performance of "Counter-Narratives"
L.A. Road Concerts: A Day of Remembrance 
performance of Three Dictaphones for Trans Day of Remembrance
ALma.MaddR's Quiet Night 
performance of "Counter-Narratives"
CalArts (R.O.D Concert Hall) 
performance with Sara Robert's Reader's Chorus (watch)
Water Is Life; Non-Plus Ultra 
reading of new work
Poetry Fest; CV Art Scene 
listening party; discussion
aagatha Gallery  Greetings from RESIDUE
live, improvisatory, context-based performance as a part of Elliot Reed's RESIDUE installation
Molasses Books  Greetings From Here
listening party and discussion