Kimi Eisele

Kimi is a multidisciplinary artist & the author of The Lightest Object in the Universe, a novel about loss & adaptation in a post-apocalyptic America. Her site-specific dance/theater works have celebrated the saguaro cactus, sky island forests, endangered species, water, urban revitalization & food systems. She also makes public art, papercuttings & shadow puppet theater. She works as a folklorist for the Southwest Folklife Alliance in Tucson, AZ, where she edits BorderLore, an online journal of culture & heritage in US-Mexico borderlands.