I am an interdisciplinary
performance artist, writer & director investigating memory, time travel, crisis, and identity. I invite you to revisit and reshape the notions of who we are.
, Rostock, Germany, photo by Emiliano Lionardi.
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Shooting Columbus (2017)
"What if settlers never arrived?” A collaboration by Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists.
The Propagation Project explores queer liberation.
Radical Time Travel
Lecture-performance sharing insights into collaboration, culture and identity.
Illuminating the lives of undocumented women living in the shadow of police militarization in South Tucson.
The Senkotsu (Mis)translation Project (2006)
A cycle of games exploring life, death and rebirth and history of Okinawa, Japan and the U.S. military.
A remix of ancient Okinawan stories and Batuc, a village in the Yaqui River Valley which was flooded by the Mexican government.
Duets with James Luna (2012 & 2017)
What makes an "authentic" indigenous person: DNA testing, ancestral teachings, or a imagined future?
Big Head (2001-2003)
Juxtaposes the U.S. treatment of Japanese American during WWII, and Muslim Americans, Arab Americans, and South Asian Americans now.
Maps of City & Body (2000)
A Chicana biker girl and her Jewish American mother, Lost and Found objects, longing, and the Finnish Tango.
Sacred Naked Nature Girls (1995-1997)
Akilah Oliver, Bella Hui, Laura Meyers, Danielle Brazelle, Denise Uyehara.
Hello (Sex) Kitty: Mad Asian Bitch On Wheels (1995)
Ethnic fetish, love and respect among the genders, queerness and the Mad Kabuki Woman.
Lost & Found
Lost objects bearing messages scattered throughout Helsinki.
Headless Turtleneck Relatives (1993)
The tale of family and a grandmother's suicide.
Dreams and Silhouettes/Sueños y siluetas, still from video by Andrew Brown, AZPM
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