This series of life-size, fully dimensional female "skins," designed to be touched and handled by the viewer, explores how expectation, desire and convention-- our own and others--form casings which shape our deepest selves and become so familiar they seem like our own skin.
This mainstage theatrical performance is based on my poetry and inspired by my Skins sculptures. Directed and choreographed by Kathryn Moller, with original music by Yukio Tsuji and an international ensemble cast, SKINS debuted at LaMaMa ETC in 2005.
My first-year Honors seminar for STEM and Business students prepares them to live, work and compete effectively in a complex, interconnected, interdisciplinary world.
A digital labyrinth, Coordinates is both map and maze, a narrative without a fixed structure which explores the landscape of our contemporary condition.
I am part of a team with Computer Science, Digital Humanities and Educational Psychology which has an NSF grant to integrate creative thinking with computational thinking in beginning computer science courses.
IC2Think Project Site
Cultural Terrain documents my Skins series of sculpture and my poetry and contains archives of other scultpure projects.
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