Fisch Haus XX Women's Exhibition - Wichita, Kansas 2013
XX is a bi-annual invitational exhibition series that will feature five different female artists each year; everynew group of participants being chosen by the previous five. This “tag” structure should, through its natural progression, offer an expansive range of work, both geographically and stylistically. There is no set criteria for acceptable medium or genre, as long as the work is unique and exceptional.
Rain Barrel Art Project 2012-Future -
SFPUC & The San Francisco Foundation
Currently working with SFPUC and The San Francisco Foundation to develop and implement an
educational curriculum and curated exhibition. The Rain Barrel Art Project is a water awareness pilot program. The mission of The Rain Barrel Art Project is to work with Artists/Poets and Public School children to engage the community in an artistic manner around the SFPUC projects, developing solutions to rain water diversion and water conservation and reuse issues in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Ecopoesis Symposium/Forum - CCA-California College of Arts, 2012
For this symposium, we have adopted and adapted the term to describe how designers, scientists, artists, writers, and other thinkers are working to create human systems more compatible with Earth’s changing natural systems. This symposium is intended as the beginning of a conversation designed to ignite the development of better human systems.
calmaplombprombombbalm.com - 2012
On line poetry publication. er-ar-am-i - each poetic form exposes the limit of language itself. A letter is stamped into the surface/ a single line drawn across the canvas plane articulating associations of form/sound/meaning.
Feel Tank - Curated by Miranda Mellis Performance/Reading, 2011
A series of collaborative enactments, readings, & performative experiments on urban farming, futurity, precarity, local agricultural history, & food politics, ethics & aesthetics. This event was dedicated to Little City Gardens! www.littlecitygardens.com
Galerie Califia, Tick Tock, Horazd'ovice, Czech Republic, 2011
This exhibition was a light and language installation using old windows from a breadmill and
cutouts of poetry that created layers of text on the walls, ceiling and parallel lines of glass.
ArtMill - Artist In Residence, Czech Republic, Summer 2011
Working in the tradition of the concrete poets, Alex made 3 dimensional poems which reflected light and played with transparency as a metaphor. Other works used the old license plates with numbers and districts defining themselves in a jumble of collaged anonymity. The fact that most of the plates were from stolen cars across the border delighted the artist, giving the work another layer of sociocultural comment.
San Francisco Recology - Artist in Residence at the Dump, 2011
"I've always thought of my writing practice as being about collecting fragments of language, the small words and phrases that add up to one's daily existence," she says. "At the dump I've been able to very powerfully translate these ideas into the realm of the object. My goal was to truly merge my writing practice and my visual art practice, and I am so excited about how far I've gotten, how much I've been able to accomplish."
Headlands Center for the Arts, Breaking Ranks/Performance Reading - 2011
Containment—Reading/Performance: The diverse media in the multimedia exhibition and live
performance project, including drawing, painting, photography, video, painting, sculpture, and literary installations, reveal the products and processes of culture as part and parcel of human nature, enough to make culture at least second nature for humans everywhere.
Modernism West Gallery - San Francisco - Alexandra's Heteronyms 2010
"Heteronyms" coined after Fernando Pessoa and his multiple identities. This exhibition is an exploration of identity and fragmentation.