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collaboration with Chrono, Maren Hassinger, Ulysses Jenkins

1983 
"Chance Unfrozen," Other Vision Studio, Los Angeles, Ca. Produced and directed collaboration between Cheryl Banks(choreographer/dancer) and Roberto Miranda(composer/bassist)

"Spooks Who Sat By The Door," Long Beach Museum. Long Beach, Ca.Collaboration with Maren Hassinger. Part of 'Home Show'(Group show with artists emanating from the Woman's Building).

1982
"Blind Dates," White Dog. NYC. Presented by Just Above Midtown Gallery, NYC. Collaboration conceived and carried out with Blondell Cummings and Yasuno Tone. Sponsored by New York State Council And the NEA

"Flying," Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, Ca. In conjunction with the opening of 'Afro-American Abstractions' at the Municipal Art Gallery in Barnsdall Park. Collaboration conceived and carried out with Maren Hassinger, Ulysses Jenkins and Franklin Parker. Sponsored by Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

"Men," Watts Towers Art Center, Watts, Ca., Sponsored by Watts Towers Art Center

1981
"Air Propo," Just Above Midtown Gallery, NYC. In collaboration with Cheryl Banks and Butch Morris. Sponsored by the New York State Council and Meet the Composer

1980
"C.C. Rider," Central Park, NYC. In Collaboration with Charles Abramson. Sponsored by Art Across the Park

"Alive Performance," California State University at Los Angeles, Ca. In collaboration with Maren Hassinger and Franklin Parker. Sponsored by California State University at Los Angeles

"Bird," Jewish Home for the Aged, Reseda, Ca. Sponsored by LAAVA(Los Angeles Academy of Visual Arts)

1979
"Get Up," Paper Mill, Los Angeles, Ca. In collaboration with Houston Conwill, Maren Hassinger and Franklin Parker. Sponsored by the Los Angeles Printmaking Society

1978
"Ceremony for Freeway Fets," L.A. Freeway Underpass, Los Angeles, Ca. Presented by Brochman Gallery, Los Angeles, Ca. Part of CETA Program. In collaboration with David Hammons and Maren Hassinger. Initiation of grounds and space for my public piece installed underneath L.A. Freeway. Sponsored by CalTrans

1977
"Costume Study for Mesh Mirage," Studio Performance, Los Angeles, Ca.

"Repondez S'il Vous Plait," Just Above Midtown Gallery, NYC
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