Esposito’s work draws from diverse fields and involves community groups and specialists from various stages in life and abilities. She works with subjects such as mental illness, wellness, ecology and agriculture.
Her walking and drawing research has received support from the Ohio Arts Council, and from numerous residencies such as the Ucross Foundation, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and Santa Fe Arts Institute. Her participatory and performative works have engaged the public and academic audiences at the University of Edinburgh, and Bauhaus University, and artist collectives such as Mobius and Tribe Creative. She has taught public workshops, cultivating embodiment, performative drawing and intentional walking at the Turchin Center, the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Carnegie Museum of Art and History and Compassionate Friends non-profit organization for Grief.
Her drawing work is curated into the Drawing Center Viewing Program in NYC and is in the Embassy of Panama and Fidelity Investments collections. Exhibitions at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Manifest Gallery, Soo Visual Arts and the Beverly Art Center explore multi-sensory and meditative connections with the environment. Esposito has taught drawing and painting at the Rhode Island School of Design and the University of North Dakota and Ohio University.
Esposito develops projects that activate spaces of practice for specially-abled and rehabilitative communities. Her exhibitions, residencies and programming span museums, K-12 schools, universities, community centers and non-profit wellness-oriented organizations. Her current work with Art Possible, Ohio, and Athens Photo Project seeks to de-stigmatize mental illness, and promote visibility for art collections and archives produced by socially supportive communities.