I have devoted 2020 onward to the writing of a novel-length piece of feminist neo-mythic fiction.
In 2019, eleven archive boxes representing my work with the National Association of Artists’ Organizations (NAAO), along with documentation of my itinerant performance career in Lower Manhattan and elsewhere, were acquired by the Fales Library of New York University for their Downtown Collection.
Since 2017, I have been a key community arts collaborator helping produce the world’s first Land Art Generator Solar Mural artworks, with EPIcenter, the Esperanza Center, Local Initiatives Support Corporation | LISC-San Antonio and the Seattle-based Land Art Generator Initiative, global leaders in the movement to make renewable energy beautiful.
In 2017, 2012, 2007, 1995, and 1994, I queerated or co-queerated (term of my coinage) exhibitions of LGBTQI+ expression at the Esperanza Center.
In 2012, my book–My Great High-Roofed House: Homer’s Penelope–was published by Atropos Press (Dresden & New York).
In 2011, I received my Ph.D. Magna Cum Laude, from EGS | European Graduate School’s Division of Media and Communications in Saas-Fee, Switzerland.
From 2001-2017, I worked intensively with Land Heritage Institute (LHI) on the city’s southside—as an Executive Committee member of the Board for the first decade and as a paid volunteer for the following several years. I conceived, curated, designed and implemented: Museo Paseo, a series of trail-accessed public art installations; a