Blog Entry

February 23, 2012 by , under Projects.

In 2011 I joined current and past members of Paper Tiger TV to organize events celebrating the collective’s 30th anniversary in 2012. This month (Feb. 2012)  I went to NY to present at the opening of the Paper Tiger TV exhibit at Fales Archive at New York University and participate in BEING THE MEDIA: Designing a new rrradical media, a day and a half gathering at the New School. I presented on the media justice work I’m doing at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children and had a great time. Check out  the reader I edited for the anniversary: Hello Tiger!.

Here is a thumbnail of one side of the CATMAP I co-created with Erin Smith as a catalogue for the Fales Archive show at New York University

GOD PROJECT: I enjoyed co-creating and performing in this work-in-progress which debuted June 9, 2011 at the Jewish Theater in San Francisco as part of the Fool’s FURY Factory Ensemble Festival – Structured as a service this movement-based play explores the healing and hurt LGBTQ people face when coming out as Queer and/or spiritual people. This multi-year project is continuing in 2012, with a new name: Reviving Spirits/Viva Revival. Find out the latest here.

The God Project - Ensemble Theater Piece

The God Project - Ensemble Theater Piece


I play the overheating Earth in A Climate Change Pesadilla: a theater-based town-hall meeting with Green for All, Rainforest Action Network, The Ecology Center and the Environmental Justice Climate Change Initiative as part of Hecho en Califas Festival at La Pena, Berkeley, CA Oct. 2, 2008.

The Collective Experience in the Moment of YouTube (clip) – a community forum at Berkeley Community Media produced with  Poor News Network, First Voice Apprenticeship Program, KPFA, Paper Tiger TV, Video Feedback and Video Machete Collectives. Berkeley, CA (2/23/2008)
SPECFLIC: An ongoing creative research project (2003-present) in a new storytelling form called Distributed Social Cinema. Directed by Adriene Jenik. [foto of Attention Authority (me!) at Martin Luther King Jr Public Library. San Jose, CA. ISEA – International Symposium on Electronic Art]