The SHE WORLD ARCHIVE – relics, ephemera and detritus of lost and then found objects from the lives of women – is a source I use for close observation of the energy held in personal residue. Collected and cataloged over many years the archive is a mystery of feminine objects (almost body parts) that hint at the Life of a woman. My interest in the tactility and texture of film, historic photographic methods – cyanotype, instant film ­, super 8 and 16mm film,  and most recently overhead projection offers a variety of methods for honoring the memory, magic and identity of everyday women.






Sleepless, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 2016


MARGURITTE: A demonstration for overhead projector, 16mm film and cake.
Sound by Julianna Snapper with Julia Lisztwan, soprano.
Echo Park Film Center, 2016


SHE WORLD LECTURE, student participation with two overhead projectors,
phonograph, personal objects and cake.
UC Irvine, 2016


BESSIE LECTURE, overhead projection, personal objects.
Sound by Betsy Rettig

Porch, Domestic Projects, 2015


CYRK, A Woman’s Own Story of Life Under the Big Top.
Performance, music, film and artifact exhibits from the She World Archive.

Automata Chinatown Los Angeles, 2014


SHE WORLD.VIRTINES, three vitrines, artifacts, flashlights, magnifiers, video projection.
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, 2013


SHE WORLD.Oakland, immersive installation, artifact exhibits, flashlights.
Krowswork Gallery, Oakland CA 2013