Closer to Nature, an exhibition on the subject of queer ecofeminism, curated by Summer Jade Leavitt,  is on view at the Deering Estate in Miami April 15th through June 11th.

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Untitled (The Seventh Sun Comes)
Framed text, moss scented yarzheit candle, dew drops, 33 year recovery medallion, burnt penny, green carnation, tabebuia trunk, snail shell.

Installed at Bas Fisher Invitational for The Symbiotic Shore

Spit and swish, DO NOT SWALLOW

Standing atop a platform of dictionaries, I wore a double sided white button up and performed an unrecorded monologue between swishing and spitting saltwater into glass vessels for 2 hours.
Performed for the exhibition Possible Bodies at Phosphor Project Space.
dictionaries, saltwater, double sided business shirt, glass vessels, saliva.

Top: post performance, exorcised saliva captured in glass vessel

Bottom: pre performance, empty vessel atop dictionaries


black and white 35 mm film prints

I walked with a loved one for an hour to Santo & johnny's Sleepwalk: We exited through the front door, encircled the house, and re-entered through an upstairs back door. We went down the stairs and landed at the bottom exactly as the song ended. We stopped. My partner held me for a moment. There was a pause until she dipped a needle in ink and took it to my back. After leaving a permanent trace of our embrace on my body, she let go. The needle went back on the record, restarting Sleepwalk, and we continued on.

Calling the Body I Cannot See