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2023 The Performance Arcade Festival 2023, Wellington, NZ
2022 1989 Part II Postcollapse MinEastry of Art and Culture,
Portland OR
1989 Part I & Part II, Cerritos College Art Gallery, Los
Angeles CA
2021 Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA.
2020 Rocky Mountain Biennial, Museum of Art Fort Collins, CO.
Juror, Leah Ollman
23rd edition of Local Sightings Film Festival, Northwest Film Forum, Seattle WA
Arizona Underground Film Festival, Tucson AZ
Maker Art Pandemia, The New Art Fest, Lisbon Portugal, curator
Luisa Moreira

A group of young friends walk through an urban wasteland at night, headed for Disaster Karaoke at Boise Idaho’s original gay bar, ‘Lucky Dog Tavern’. Fragments of archival material including nuclear energy instructional video, old music videos and storm reporting footage are layered in with heartfelt apocalyptic singing, in a strange blend of joyous anxiety.

And I Feel Fine, includes brief interviews with the performers speaking frankly about their fears, experiences and hopes for the world they inherit. Homelessness, climate anxiety and systematic disregard for life are some of the stories told. Throughout these anxieties, a sense of irrepressible optimism persists.
If this really was the end of the world, you wouldn’t want to miss it.