March 2020: soft bodies in hard places  ;) more soon ! 


past 2019

December: ​​

  • Annie + Sok re-staged This Mother/land Fabric (from vpss) @ New York Live Arts (info here)

  • Read new poems at Nodutdol's 20th anniversary celebration


  • Performed in a new work-in-progress by John Jasperse @ Sundays on Broadway (info here)

  • Spoke on panel with The Portal / students Bard College's Center for Curatorial Studies


  • Modeled for DapperQ @ Brooklyn Museum

  • soft bodies in hard places continues:

    • Sept 25: loveconductors present ghoul}take III @ ISSUE Project Room (info here)


  • very peak summer solstice (#vpss lol)

    • June 18: craft talk + reading @ Asian American Writers Workshop (info here)

    • June 21: performances at ISSUE Project Room (info here)

  • Hecha / 做 Pop Up + Group Exhibition  (info here)

    • a lite exhibit: i leave you with scraps of words, plastic, postcards, and stickers and layers but mostly #geminiszn and maybe i'll be there live for a few seconds but also #vpss 

May: Performed with Kristina Bermudez @ NEXT@Graham

April: Anchor Participant for Dance/NYC Junior Committee's Dancer's Marketplace

February: revolutionary new moon in aquarius (rnma) @ ISSUE Project Room (info here)

January: Mixed Media + Performance Workshop @ Materials for the Arts (info here)

  • in conjunction with rnma in February

past 2018

Fall 2018: Movement Research at Judson Church (more info here)

              (I was honored to be on the selection committee for this season)


  • Performed in ' LQQK FETE ' with José Rivera Jr. @ The Counting Room (info here)

  • Performed with Sally Silvers & Dancers @ Roulette (info here)

November: Moderated post-show talk for Annie Heath, @ Embodied Spaces II (info here)


  • Panel on Queer Dance with Clare Croft, @ Marymount Manhattan College 

  • 'caress, gestures towards kinship' with DeForrest Brown Jr. and Rena Anakwe, @ H0l0

  • Performance of solo work at Open Lore Policy, @ AAWW


  • Solidarity in the Performing Arts Economy: What's Reparations Got to Do with It?

              @ CUNY Center for Humanities