The Survival Skills of Odysseia

Created by Krista Kelley Walsh, December 2009.

Krista Kelley Walsh is a multidisciplinary artist and art activist living in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Her projects use simple materials, responsive collaboration and audience interaction.

She has been awarded a Blacklock Residency Fellowship, a State Arts Board Grant and has received Jerome fellowships in each of the following areas:  Installation, Performance, Public Art and Experimental Media.  More info at

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  1. Megan Mayer

    Posted on 28 Dec ’09 at 5:02 pm

    Hooray for Odysseia! She has an unflappable curiosity for the distant world and I love that about her. Sailin away to Key Largo! Maps in her shoes! Im going to watch it again right now.

  2. Sioux

    Posted on 29 Dec ’09 at 11:32 am

    Dear Sister Odysseia – Brava. They may fence in our body but they will never corral our spirit. We hereby claim this entire vast blue marble as our corner of the world. We will tread it fearlessly in countless ways. And we will remain incorrigible. – S

  3. Nor Hall

    Posted on 1 Jan ’10 at 12:22 pm

    So glad to catch a glimpse of the dAughter of the Agean again . Especially liked looking back at her through the wrong end of the binoculars. Fantastic!

  4. Mary Berg

    Posted on 6 Jan ’10 at 8:35 am

    You go Odysseia

  5. Wendy Henry

    Posted on 7 Jan ’10 at 11:00 am

    I loved this Krista…my house is quickly filling with your beautiful artwork, static and moving….although none of the static is static and it all moves me, if you know what Im saying! P.S. I know this wont really do it, but there are now flights to St.Louis, 49 each way maybe they can cross an ocean if asked.

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