Maps of City & Body: Shedding Light on the Performances of Denise Uyehara, Kaya Press www.kaya.com
Narrative/Performance: Cross-Cultural Encounters at APPEX
Denise Uyehara in dialogue with artists on international performance collaborations, Regents of the University of California www.wac.ucla.edu/cip
Bibliography of Authored Works, Articles and Reviews
Published works by Denise Uyehara
The Third Level, Where Kathakali and Performance Art Meet: A conversation between APPEX 2000 artists Denise Uyehara and Ettumanoor Parameswaran Kannan. Narrative/Performance: Cross-Cultural Encounters at APPEX. The Regents of the University of California, 2004. www.wac.ucla.edu/cip
Chasing Airplanes. The Asian Pacific American Journal. New York: Asian American Writers’ Workshop, 1996. 5.2: 132-140.http://www.aaww.org/
Headless Turtleneck Relatives (excerpt). Getting Your Solo Act Together. by Michael Kerns Heinemann: Portsmouth, NH, 1997. 75-79.
Hello (Sex) Kitty. O Solo Homo: New Queer Performance. eds. Holly Hughes and David Román. New York: Grove Press, 1998. 375-409. http://www.powells.com/biblio/91600-91800/0802135706.html
Hiro. Asian American Drama: 9 Plays from the Multiethnic Landscape. ed. Brian Nelson. New York: Applause, 1997. 385-474.
Lost & Found – mixed media installation, 5′ x 3′ x 2 1/2′. Collaboration with Lee Ann Goya, Veronica Ko, Jeff Tsuyoshi Matsuda, and John Song. Catalogue Kimchi Xtravaganza! Los Angeles: Korean American Museum, 1997. 49, illus. 52.
Lost & Found: The Hidden Community of Seekers and Finders, in “Mobile Zones – City Space in Globalised Culture” MuuMedia Festival. Catalogue. Helsinki, Finland: AV-arkki, 1998. 82. Festival Directors Tiina Erkintalo, Pekka Kantonen, curator Heidi Tikka. Mobile Zones residency program conceived and developed by Irmeli Kokko, curated by Heidi Tikka. http://www.av-arkki.fi/mmf/the_set.htm
The Third Level: Where Kathakali and Performance Art Meet, Dialogue between Kannan Ettumanoor and Denise Uyehara, 2000. Ascendance. Catalogue. 18th Street Arts Complex, Santa Monica, 2002, and Asian Pacific Performance Exchange publication, 2004.
Edina Lekovic, interview, 2002.