#ChalkedUnarmed is a public art project that raises awareness about the pattern of killing of unarmed people of color by the police in the U.S. The project emerged in St. Louis after the murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO.
A city-wide participatory poetry project culminating with an installation of poems in Forest Park, and scattering of poems through the mail. In collaboration with artist Henry Goldkamp.
Mirror Casket's original performance. This moment showcases the end of the funeral procession, and the delivery of casket to the police in Ferguson, MO, and the images reflected back.
Building as Body is a public project that uses movement to explore the embodied and material experience of vacancy.
Since 2010, I have brought city-wide public programs to St. Louis to disarm and enable creativity, play and expression in public spaces that transcends social barriers.
Hush was part of The Marfa Dialogues' exploration of climate change in partnership with Pulitzer Arts Foundation and a projects of the Chianti Foundation.
Line Dry is a participatory story-sharing installation, commissioned by the Pulitzer Arts Foundation.
A participatory photo project in conjunction with The Pulitzer Arts Foundation's "Art of it's Own Making" Exhibition (2014).
Cherokee Street, St. Louis hosts one of the midwest's largest Cinco de Mayo celebrations. This 3-day-long evolving piece hung on a facade facing the festival, and evolved in the days thereafter.
#AntiSelfie/@stlblackout was an anonymous project art project on public mirrors throughout St. Louis. Blacked out mirrors begged an exigent question in the digital age: "Is it really that important?"
While living in Southern Spain, I founded an English theater troop to teach young people language using art. We co-wrote the script, hand-made the set and props, and performed for the town.
In this 2006 participatory photo project, I worked with students in rural El Salvador to capture different notions of 'home'.