2018 meadow (performance praxis #2). Made in LA. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
breathholdinglistening (performance praxis #3). Made in LA. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
2017 counts orchestrate, a meadow (or weekly practice with breath.). In collaboration with Meena Murugesan. Endless Shout and The Freedom Principle. Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.
2016 blueredblack/Citizen Amiss. S/Election: Democracy, Citizenship, Freedom. Curated by Erin Christovale. Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles.
Meadow (3). School for the Movement of the Technicolor People. In collaboration with Ashley Hunt and Kim Zumpfe. Diverseworks, Houston.
2015 Meadow (1 and 2). School for the Movement of the Technicolor People. In collaboration with Ashley Hunt and Kim Zumpfe. Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles.
evereachmore. Clockshop, Los Angeles.
|2017||"In Unison: Writings from The School for the Movement of the Technicolor People" Contact Quarterly.|
|2016||“WXPT: Letter from taisha paggett” Movement Research.
“WXPT: In Conversation, Part 1" and "WXPT: In Conversation, Part 2” edited by Biba Bell. Movement Research.
|2015||“Episode 30: The School for the Movement of the Technicolor People” Radio interview by Carol Cheh and John Tain. Performance Now, KCHUNG Radio.|
|2016||“Twas the 16th of December: taisha paggett and WXPT at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery” by Anastasia Kahn. Artillery Magazine.
“The Year in Performance” by Andy Campbell. Artforum.
“Movement in unison, taisha paggett with WXPT: The School for the Movement of the Technicolor People” by Ali Kheradyar. Notes on Looking: Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
|2015||“Best of Los Angeles, 2015” by Lanka Tattersall. Art in America.
“LACE: Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions: The School for the Movement of the Technicolor People: taisha paggett with WXPT” Art Collector World.
“Clockshop brings dance to the banks of the LA River,” KPCC radio and web feature by Robert Garrova.
“This Performance Art Space Gives You a Cool New Reason to Visit the L.A. River” by Carol Cheh. LA Weekly.