After the two week run of the benefit and an amazing experience, I was approached by a friend to work together in aerial performance on the sides of buildings. Our first project together was to create a superhero battle on the side of an abandoned building in the Wino District of San Francisco. We hung the spider web, and choreographed 9 other performers, a live band and some "extras" who hung BAM and ZONK signs out the windows while we fought our battles. This piece was "Warrior Girl vs. The Nation of Finks."
After that performance we recieved
a number of calls for the newly founded "Aerial Action Team" to rapell
off of a number of buildings. We were the new pranksters for the Grateful
Dead (after Jerry Garcia had passed away) when the Merry Prankster bus
was being taken into the new Hall of Fame museum in Cleveland. We rappelled
off of the Fillmore Music Hall and silly stringed the crowd as they entered
Since these performances, The Aerial Action Team has made "Posh Actions", "Ninja Actions", and "Superhero Actions" all over San Francisco.
I moved to Los Angeles, to continue my journey, as Warrior Girl - the superhero- fighting the internal struggle against the status quo and work-a-day world, to empower artists to work towards their dreams and bring art to the people in the streets and out of the gallery. I am working in the entertainment industry to bring more attention to the arts.
In 1997 and 1998 I created another
dream called "The 24 Hour Community Spacewalk" in which over 300 artists
created their art in the streets of San Francisco for 24 hours healing
communities, feeding the homeless and bringing art in your face. I am currently
working towards bringing this event to Los Angeles in the year 2000, as
well as performing every chance I get out here.