Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán
Ahimsa is a multimedia artist, activist/organizer, critic, and educator, orchestrating visual, acoustic, performative, textual, and terrestrial techniques to produce work across the Américas, Africa, the Arab world, Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Pacific.
Ahimsa is the author of Antes y después del Bronx: Lenapehokingand South Bronx Breathing Lessons; editor of the international queer Indigenous issue of Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art, and Thought; and co-editor, with Rosy Simas, of the Native issue of Movement Research Performance Journal.
Ahimsa has been a frequent collaborator with Rosy Simas Danse, as a multimedia artist, installation and performance assistant, creative/critical/marketing/grant writer, journal editor, community outreach and engagement specialist, dialogue facilitator, and event organizer for We Wait In The Darkness performances; Seneca Women and Haudenosaunee Homelands: Living Memory and Movements installation; The Fibers with Which We Weave: Native Artists Decolonizing Performance and Place dialogue; Skin(s ) performances; the Native issue of Movement Research Performance Journal; and Weave performances.
Ahimsa's current long-term solo multimedia project, Yerbabuena/Mala yerba, parts of which appear in 22 nations, is a womanist, queer, transgender multiracial remapping of New York and California, the East and West Coasts, and the Atlantic and Pacific worlds.