Award winning, public, personified, life, art...
Warrior Girl is an art project in progress, ever continuing to exist as a living art project to be both the creator and the creation, personified public art. She's won prestigious awards in San Francisco with the Aerial Action Team and the Society of Superheroes, as well as in Barcelona with her comic book human statue, "The Lady under the Rock." Coming soon to galleries and theatres in the metro D.C. area.
The medium matters
Below are examples of performance art, however, she works with photography, painting, sculpture, multi-media and more!
The Aerial Action Team, The Society of Superheroes, The 24 Hour Community Spacewalk, and The Artists' Collaborative Coalition are all collaborative art projects. Without the number of people that came together to create these numerous pieces, none of these would have existed.
Thanks to all of these amazing contributors, some works have mentions in books.
Edited by: Kevin Evans, Carrie Galbraith, and John Law
Warrior Girl supports organizations that prevent and support victims of domestic violence. She might be able to work with yours too.
Warrior Girl addresses some important global Girl Issues in her artwork in the "Abandoned Barbee" project. A photograpy exhibition that hopes to raise money to support women and prevent domestic violence.
What's in a name?
Warrior Girl has many looks as she questions the concept of "permanent" identity, nature vs. nurture, and epigenetics. Warrior Girl As: (fill in the blank) Girl is the usual formula, but there are no rules. And of course she can always portray herself. Selected images above include: Warrior Girl as: Norma Jean McArstarr, Butoh Girl, Rappel Girl, Swat Spice, Trance Girl, NFL Girl, and herself.
Warrior Girl as: Author!
How to be your own Superhero is a series of semi-fictional memoirs depicting the mythical epic journey of an art project come-to-life.
Check out the Warrior Girl Chronicles in Print or Ebook
Warrior Girl's Closet
Check out what Warrior Girl has to offer from items in her closet! Usually includes unique fashion, costumes, and day-to-day women's and men's clothing.