My practice is interdisciplinary, mixing writing, performance, virtuality, and computer-based and language-based image technology. I’ve arranged these in three categories writing, performance and music, and film.


I write poems, essays, and performance texts often about trans embodiment and spirituality channeled through technologies of image-making, computing, internet, and language.

  • Please Remit My Qubits: a trans hex on the birth of quantum supremacy (Operating System, 2020) is chapbook of poetry. In 2019, Google achieved quantum supremacy — a quantum computer that could do in 200 seconds would take 10,000 years on a conventional super computer. Marie Hinson uses her trans embodiment and metaphysics to place […] More

  • I Don’t Want a Body Anymore, is a 20 page zine that documents a year of my living in virtual reality. A mix of poetry and research about going inside the computer to create new forms of embodiment, queer community, and spiritual care with an international coven of trans catgirls. The zine follows my creation […] More

Performance and Music

I perform poetry, noise and electronic music combining technologies of image-making, embodiment, sound sampling, collective improvisation, and virtual presence. Some performances are live, some are recorded and presented for installation. Some are ongoing, generative, and process-based.

  • Stretch the Grid Over My Skin is a live noise and poetry set for real-time video streaming that blends IRL performance and virtual reality. I layer the noise live from simple synths, samplers, and vocals. I break apart and reassemble poems about virtual avatars, transexual embodiment, and metaversed materialities within staticy waves of noise and […] More

  • Brooklyn Rail performance for the New Social Environment #592 of music and poetry with Joey De Jesus, Shanekia McIntosh, B. Taylor, and Leila Ortiz. More

  • Obliterate

    Performed OBLITERATE an asexual, abolitionist erotic video/sound work about an anarchist bombing for the Anchoress Syndicate’s My Smutty Valentine. More

  • Performed noise and poetry on a rooftop at sunset for the Anchoress Syndicate’s Pink Noise No. 1. More

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art commissioned performance for their Final Fridays public programming series. More