Monthly Archives: March 2012

What’s a story, what’s a blog?

An ecologist from the future wants to study the history of the establishment of horla on Earth to understand the endosymbiotic event that gave future humans the ability to sense the ecopsychosphere, the energy field caused by the interactions of … Continue reading

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Marakeli: The Making of a Science-Art Performance Piece, Part 4 and Epilogue

Summer 2007 – Faultline Festival The synthesis of these two quite different performances was the project of my summer semester, at the end of which I would perform the final piece in our end-of-the-year festival. Ultimately the master metaphor I … Continue reading

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Animal: October 28, 2010

Animal: October 28, 2010

Art/Science = awesome!

Makeup by Maryam Rostami
Concept by Fumiko Docker

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Marakeli – The Making of a Science/Art Performance Piece: Part 3

Spring Semester 2007 – A Modest Proposal I was satisfied with my work in the Fall semester, but I wanted to help my audience find a way in, so, through workshops and writing exercises, I wrote up a monologue where I … Continue reading

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Twofer! A killifish and my statement of interest for grad school – UPDATED!

UPDATE!!!! I GOT IN!!!!!  GO ECOLOGY!!!!!!!!! I wish to join an ecology lab as a graduate student at CSU Fresno to take advantage of the school’s well-designed graduate program and opportunities to be involved in important ecological research. The San … Continue reading

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Marakeli – The Making of a Science-Art Performance Piece – Part 2

“I wanted to reassure myself Great White Sharks weren’t going to walk up Mission Street to Get Me.”  paraphrased from Pam Schaller – July 2006 Even before I started classes at EPI I knew I wanted to investigate the possible … Continue reading

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