Model Killer, D+R Residency

Model Killer

March 18th-31st I am at Automata as part of a D + R Residency through Los Angeles Performance Practice. While at Automata, I am developing and researching my latest installation/performance-in-progress, Model Killer: Giant Crimes & Tiny Cover-Ups

Model Killer is a morbid comedy centered on a disgruntled dollhouse maker turned investigator. Vivian Nutt builds dioramas of unsolved murders, only for it to be revealed that she is in fact, a serial killer. In Model Killer, I am creating a universe in which I invite the viewer to reconsider female serial killers, the historically feminine craft of miniatures, and murder as entertainment.

Currently,  I am welcoming community involvement in-person in Los Angeles  (and virtually anywhere in the world).

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The Feeder (Austin)

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photo Debra Broz

Friday December 7th + Saturday, December 8th, I’ll be in Austin performing The Feeder at the Dougherty Arts Center for Austin Puppet Incident. The Feeder is a short solo tabletop puppetry piece that explores a complicated relationship’s unintended consequences.

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Love Lost and the Enchantment of Objects by Jacki Apple (essay)

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photo: Kelly Stuart

On November 2, 2018, Jacki Apple wrote Love Lost and the Enchantment of Objects, a critical essay on my performance, Object of Her Affection, for Fabrik in her column, Peripheral Visions: Perspectives on Performance, Media and Culture.

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Los Angeles Downtown News (Los Angeles)

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On October 8, 2018, Downtown News featured Object of Her Affection in their ‘Don’t Miss’ List by Sean P. Thomas. Object of Her Affection is a solo object and puppet-based performance art piece centered on a woman, who in her search for true love develops intimate relationships with inanimate objects.

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Little Questions, Big Thoughts (interview)

photo: William Short

My friend and colleague, Jean Marie Keevins, who is a puppet artist, milliner, and Associate Artistic director of the National Puppetry Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, recently interviewed me for her blog, Little Questions, Big Thoughts.

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