Susan Joy Rippberger is a visual artist who uses installation, video, and performance to explore ideas about gender, the transnational, inclusivity and home. Her artistic practice is grounded in ethnographic research, social theory, education and spirituality. Her on-going series, Night Angel, is an interactive performance of light and movement, using a hand crocheted rebozo made from extension cords. She has performed in New York City, San Francisco, San José, and Mazatlán, in galleries and pop-up spaces, including parks, beaches, and street corners. Her playful approach to textiles, printed matter and electrical circuitry proposes a new way of seeing the everyday.