• I did manage to make it to the Day de Dada “Dress-Up, Show-Off” event at Westbeth (Manhattan) at the end of October when I was starting to move around more on my feet, and performed the crow piece that had been percolating in my brain for a few years. Video of that is on YouTube.
• And I got back into the cre-a-tion dance collective practices, and we performed the Pina Bausch Nelken Line Dance on the Staten Island Ferry. Video of that is on Vimeo.
• Day de Dada had a successful show from our “What Does Your Dragon Look Like?” call, exhibited at ETG Book Cafe, with all work for sale to support the 2019 St. George Day Festival.
And I sent out a piece for Chuck Welch’s mail art show “Errors, Fakes, and Oddities” (March 8-April 14, 2019) at Sharon Arts Gallery, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Peterborough, NH. Some of the show has been selected for permanent acquisition by the Smithsonian and my “Mona Lisa” painting with installation score will be going there!
So I’m back to doing stuff, going to Toronto Fluxest in June and getting ready for a group show at Snug Harbor in July, and Day de Dada Performance Art Collective at Le Petit Versaille in August.