SELECTED PROJECTS, ARTIST TALKS, AND PRESENTATIONS
2010 Multimedia performance: Tercer Impacto “Live” with Barbi and Fabi at El Museo del Barrio (NYC), opening for renowned performance artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña.
2010 Centro Itaú Cultural, two-year video art exhibit Proyecto Visionarios in São Paulo, Brazil.
2009 Video: Tercer Impacto: Hispanacea.
2009 Performance: Utopian Emoticon Cabaret at Joe’s Pub (NYC), live performances by Carmelita Tropicana and Nao Bustamante, videos by Fulana.
2009 10th Havana Biennale, TINIEBLAS (Poéticas del Video sobre la violencia) video exhibit.
2009 II Foro Internacional Mujer, Teatro y Performance conference in Sevilla, Spain.
2009 Swarthmore College, artist talk and screening.
2009 Rutgers University, Activism and New Media conference.
2008 Direct Action: T-shirt, sticker, and poster campaigns for “McCago en McCain” and “Don’t Let Macondo Be Turned into McCondo: Fight Gentrification with Imagination.”
2008 Diaspora Vibe Gallery, The Space is the Place exhibit, Miami, Florida.
2007 Video-art series, Miradas de Mujer: doce video artistas iberoamericanas, Montevideo, Uruguay.
2007 Pocho Hour of Power, Pocho.com radio appearance on KPKF in Los Angeles.
2006 Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca (MACO), as part of the Caudal del Sur exhibit on migration.
2006 Fundación de Arte Contemporáneo in Montevideo, Uruguay, as part of DESTINO: Video caribeño /”05982:01”.
2006 VII Salón Internacional de Arte Digital, La Habana, Cuba. Fulana video became part of the permanent collection at Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau.
2005 Video launch: Operation Blue Blood
2005 Video launch: Amnezac (Winner, Best Short Film, 59 Second Festival).
2005 Galería de la Raza, What’s Not to Love? A Tribute to the Wicked Satire of Latino Arte exhibit, San Francisco.
2005 Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, Muestra Nacional de Arte 2005-2006, Rewind… Rewind… Video arte puertorriqueño, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2005 Havana Film Festival in New York, Quad Cinema, New York City.
2003 Video: Lupe & JuanDi from the Block (Winner, Best Short Fiction, Cine Festival 2004).
2003-04 Exit Art Gallery, The L-Factor exhibit, New York City.
2000 Video: Latino Plastic Cover (Winner, 2nd Place, NALIP NY Film Slam 2001).
AWARDS, GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2009 Ford Foundation/Hemispheric Institute Transnational Arts Initiative Grant.
2009 NALAC Fund for the Arts
Teaching and Workshops
2011 Parody and Satire workshop scheduled for EMERGENYC students at New York University. Other workshop leaders will include Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Tim Miller, UNIVERSES, Peggy Shaw (Split Britches), Deb Levine (ACT UP), Susana Cook, Pamela Sneed, George Emilio Sánchez and Reverend Billy.
2010 Parody and Satire workshop for EMERGENYC students at New York University. Other workshop leaders included UNIVERSES, Peggy Shaw (Split Britches), Susana Cook, Pamela Sneed, Karen Finley, George Emilio Sánchez and Reverend Billy.
2010 Parody and Satire workshop for students at Washington University.
2009 Parody and Satire workshop for students at Swarthmore College.
2009 Parody and Satire workshop for students at Rutgers University.
2009 Parody and Satire workshop (“Satire and Parody, or the Art of Flipping Things”) for EMERGENYC students at New York University. Other workshop leaders for the program included Karen Finley, Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Anna Deavere Smith, Dulce Pinzón, Carmelita Tropicana, George Emilio Sánchez and Reverend Billy. (www.emergenyc.org
2007 Parody and Satire workshop for Latino youth at Global Action Project, New York City.
2006 Parody and Satire Workshop (“Flip It!”) for students at Yale University.
2005 Parody and Satire Workshop for students at Dartmouth College.
2012 Taylor, Diana. “Performance of Emptiness.” In Bodies of Knowledge. (Duke University Press, forthcoming).
2011 Schaffer, Talia and Victoria Pitts-Taylor, eds. “Eruptions: NYC MustTagAliens.” In, WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly, SAFE Issue, Vol. 39, Numbers 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2011: 28-38.
2011 Ybarra-Frausto, Tomás, ”De imágenes y sueños [Of Images and Dreams]: Transnational Mexican Visual Culture,” in Global Mexican Cultural Productions, eds. Rosana Blanco-Cano and Rita E. Urquijo-Ruiz (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), 157-73. (Original paper delivered at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. 18 April 2008.)
2008 Apel, Dora. “Technologies of War, Media, and Dissent in the Post 9/11 Work of Krzysztof Wodiczko.” Oxford Art Journal 31.2 (2008): 261-280.
2005 Allen, Kerri. “ACCIÓN! Latinas Call the Shots in Filmmaking.” The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education 15. 22 (Aug. 2005): 28-29.