LidiaTriptych for Little Girls This work investigates the consequences that centuries of education, tailored by a patriarchal society, have given to generations of women making them loose their identity and sense of reality. Urban political performance about human beings' state in this world of globalization. Thoughts on the first cut of a self harming person. Triptych (Insospensione - Inmetamorfosi - Inessere) This work, through three different stages, explores the connections between the human body, time, transformation, nature, matter and the emotions..
How the Art World, and Art Schools, Are Ripe for Sexual AbuseThis is not the first time I have written about sexual harassment, and it probably won’t be the last. In 1994, I published an account of my experience as a caged Amerindian, a performance I created with Guillermo Gómez-Peña. At the end of my cataloguing of the audience’s unexpected reactions to us, I detailed an experience that I had had at the age of 22. That encounter made me understand viscerally just how invested Europeans and Americans were in the racist fantasies that I had explored in the performance. Though that essay has been republished dozens of times and I receive requests for interviews about the performance to this day, no one ever asked me about the perpetrator.