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.
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.
On October 31, I will present my installation, (In)/Animate Objects in the front window of Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions for Reunion, their Halloween fundraiser from 7:00PM to 1:00AM. Continue reading “(In)/Animate Objects, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions”
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.
My installation (In)Animate Objects is on display at Automata in Los Angeles from September 27 – October 13, 2018 in conjunction with my experimental object and puppet performance Object of Her Affection.
Object of Her Affection opens tonight at Automata! There will be a limited number of $10 discounted tickets are available for the first weekend (September 27 – 30) performances for LA Guild of Puppetry Members (or anyone readers of this update) Use promo code: GUILD
The Kickstarter Campaign for Object of Her Affection at Automata concluded on Friday, September 21, 2018. We were successfully funded with 88 backers!
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.
For throwback Thursday, my pal Jane Pickett from Nature Show dropped this outtake from an interview about some of the origins of “Object of Her Affection”.