New work in progress. Along with sociopolitical (#nodapl) and issues of water cleanliness and eco-sustainability, on a personal level I have been practicing leaning into my emotional depths at this time of great personal uncertainty. These experiences of being immersed in vulnerability offer great opportunities to rising stronger, building rainbow bridges in the community, and ultimately lend towards a better world.
A Community Place-Making Partnership with Domestic Abuse Project (DAP), cultivated an opportunity for Interactive Public Art using Creative Technology. Project Director, Paige Dansinger, with Artists Hattie Ball and Seth Gibson, transformed over 65 drawings of Purple Flowers created on iPads with survivors of domestic violence. Read more
Bees and Pollen share my concerns for global sustainability as we enter the Anthropocene, Bees are also a personal journey of confronting my largest fears and challenges, with regards to both my experiences and identity.
Clouds invokes participants to work together to create a better world. Using radical immersion, activity and social media, Clouds encourages students, and others, to be engaged, work together, and act toward peace. Together we may create a tech-topian vision
Cherry Blossoms celebrates Spring, and my own awakening in creating participatory, or interactive art. Paintings take a new identity as backdrops to LEDs, sensors, or projected light. These works include Video, traditional and non-tradional mediums including lenticular collages, iPad printed textiles, and a series of Tutorials titled GirlsMakeArt.