Working with artists, creatives and visionaries to build the communities
in which we want to live.
I am an artist, entrepreneur and CEO of Listings Project, a free weekly compilation of vetted real estate listings and other opportunities geared towards artists and creatives that is rooted in collective self-care and community building.
My projects reflect my strong sense of intuition as well as my lifelong obsession with communal and private space and the interplay between individuals and the public.
As a social practice artist, I create with a community as opposed to for an audience. I am a certified 5Rhythms dance teacher and teach weekly classes in the Hudson Valley, NY.
"I sincerely respect your community as a place where we can talk
about our needs honestly, and value the voices of each other and
the connections between people. I feel that only then we can find
trust, quality and harmony in our daily lives." - Shiho
My work has been exhibited at MoMA, MASS MoCA, MoMA/P.S. 1, Studio Museum in Harlem, Queens Museum of Art, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Project Row Houses, Philadelphia Mural Arts, SculptureCenter and the Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius, Lithuania. I have been an artist in residence at MoMA/PS1, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Art Omi and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
I believe that everyone should have a grounding practice, whether it’s meditating or playing basketball or walking around the neighborhood. I found mine when I discovered 5Rhythms fifteen years ago. I became a certified 5Rhythms teacher and co-founded Hudson Valley 5Rhythms. I teach weekly group classes and one on one sessions in the Hudson Valley.
I am frequently called upon to present on my work at museums (Whitney Museum of American Art, MoMA), universities (Columbia University, Parsons School of Design, Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design) and conferences (Arts in Education International Convening at Harvard University, Inbox Awesome in New York City).
“E-mails poured in to her from grateful
users: artists who inadvertently met soul
mates through a listing for a work
space, or artists who found homes that
seemed to have souls.”
“What she does is still art — what is
known as social practice art, art around