HANGMAN (2016) – 8 minutes
HANGMAN (2016) is 8 minutes looped in a full room installation as part of “That’s so Gay” at the Gladstone Hotel.
Bakergram/BANANAGRAM (2013) – 27.05 minutes
This is a video performance and installation drawing upon the experiences of and misrepresentations of Josephine Baker.
Will (2012) – 3 minutes
Will is a 3 minute video that references a poem by Pat Parker called Legacy.
MOKO JUMBIE DANCE (2007)
MOKO JUMBIE DANCE (2007) is a mulitmedia installation created for Nuit Blanche and curated by Michelle Jacques.
Kinlinks is a web-based project and a faux web-based genetic testing corporation.
The Dozens (2003) – 7 minutes
This audio piece accompanies the painting “If I was a different person” and contains a list of names of youth who have died in Toronto accompanied by ‘your momma’ jokes.
Time Will Come (2018) – 5 minutes
Time Will Come is a 5 minute experimental video that dramatizes in dance, movement and metaphor the narrator’s quest to find her heart.
Touched By A Soucouyant (2015) – 7 minutes
Touched by a Soucouyant (2015) is a 7 minute video where a late night encounter leads to an invitation from a Soucouyant.
Call me Daisy – 3 minutes
King Kong reveals their true identity and denounces her American citizenship.
My ‘Revolution’ pieces are made with corrugated cardboard, which I find is an apt metaphor for my blended subjects.
X Shillings…Oakwood and St Clair; Triptych #1 (2001) Linocut (16x 20)
X shillings is the price paid by Canada in 1805 to the Mississauga Indians for 100,000 hectares of land that included the majority of Toronto.
Grid Resistance…Oakwood and St Clair; Triptych # 2 (2001) Linocut (16x 20)
This is about the geographical nature of the Oakwood area and its resistance to following the grid pattern set by Aitkin’s gridiron plan of 1793.
Winona’s Dream…Oakwood and St Clair; Triptych # 3 (2001) Linocut (16 x 20)
Tells the Story of Winona Ave. that before annexation in 1910 was known as Ossington Ave.
Letters To The Ancestors
The series called “Letters to my Ancestors” which I began in 2002, uses printing techniques such as linocut, photolithography and the application of other materials such as wire, shells, mirrors and encaustic wax – my version of Combined painting onto unstretched canvas.