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Trying to look like a serious artist as I mounted my undergrad art show on the Open Wall at the Woman's Building. I was part of the Feminist Studio Workshop and getting my BA at University Without Walls.

1979

I love this grainy picture (the original is grainy and was published that way) of me and Arlene Raven kissing during An Oral Herstory of Lesbianism at the Woman's Building in May of 1979.

The issue of HP published quite a bit of the text of the…

1979

In 1979, High Performance magazine documented the "Oral Herstory of Lesbianism" project that took place at the Woman's Building that year. On pages 22 and 23 of HP Issue #8, we reproduced (several times) a piece of photographic art by the late Tee…

1979

True story: In 1974 I needed a pigeon for my "Intimations of Immortality" piece in the Grandview Gallery II since a "bag lady" from MacArthur Park would be occupying a bench in the gallery as real time art and I thoughtshe needed pigeons for…

1974

I was in the group show Break the Silence in 1985, to commemorate the 40 years of the Hiroshima Bombing. I was invited by Sheila Pinkel.
Later I was a volunteer member of the exhibition committee, and in 1986 curated a video show at the WB called…

1985-86

That’s me performing in a Woman’s Building mid 70’s self-portrait show. I’m dressed in the W. B. work clothes I wore when tearing down old walls and constructing spaces where feminists could test their limits. I dialoged with audience…

1975

This image of Barbara Smith is from a slide dated 2/1975. My role in this performance by Barbara Smith was to apply paint to her nude body while the audience gazed on.

1975 February

American art expresses an exceptional vitality, especially pieces by Southern California natives. The ethnically diverse region rich in complex culture produces unparalleled talent. Contemporary pieces illustrate the changing nature of human…