My Liberation Does Not Equal Your Oppression

As a queer person, I have a duty to dispel falsehoods about what it means to be identify somewhere under the LGBTQ+ spectrum. If I do not live up to that duty, they I am being untrue to myself. And with that responsibility, I have to make clear to people when their beliefs and statements... Continue Reading →

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Performance Art and the Politicized Body

Please be aware, some images in this post contain nudity. I was shocked, not surprised, when Donald Trump was elected. I have been spending a lot of time in Mexico over the past year, watching from a little further away as he spouted his dangerous rhetoric to all who would listen. I felt fearful, disgusted,... Continue Reading →

Falling/Flying – Derek Jackson of Hi Tiger

I have been fortunate enough to collaborate with this highly¬†talented and multi-dimensional artist off and on for nearly 6 years. I am always impressed with his dedication, commitment to his art, and his all around aesthetic. Derek is the lead singer and creative director of Hi Tiger, a music performance art group that merges visual... Continue Reading →

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