In 2005, Women And Performance: A Journal Of Feminist Theory published photos from my installation, Finocchio: The Holiday Classic. For Finocchio I reimagined the idea of a commercial holiday window injected contemporary themes including gender, technologies that can alter the body, and addiction. The narrative was centered on a marionette “trapped” in the body of a boy-gyrrrl and hir journey to self-actualization. I created the original installation during the holiday season at the Dirt Palace, a feminist art space located in an abandoned library building in Olneyville, RI .
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In 2002* I contributed one of my to-do lists as source material to “Ephemera #1-1000″section of The Archeology of the Recent Future Association, Vol. 2, a zine published by the Dirt Palace, in Olneyville, Rhode Island.
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On August 23rd, 2002, I designed and modeled an outfit from my short-lived post-apocalyptic fashion label, Mutation at the Dirt Palace for the Make Your Own Fashion – Make Your Own Government, a fashion show and fundraiser for Vote Toste campaign. The Dirt Palace is a feminist art space located at an abandoned library building in Olneyville, Rhode Island that was repurposed.
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