Eye to I to Eye to I (2001-2008)

Eye to I to Eye to I was a 20-minute live multimedia performance that addressed the way our perceptions of such identity markers as skin color, gender, age, class, religious affiliation, physical attractiveness, weight and “coolness” affect our judgments and behaviors. The work was performed twice a year between 2001 and 2008 for student audiences at George Mason University and in several other youth-oriented venues.

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