Archive: This Was the End
At once an artifact and an experience—the afterlife of a performance as interactive sculpture . You are the actor, and a wall—salvaged from the old PS 122 community center—is the physical manifestation of a memory of a play, which your presence activates and disrupts.
EMPAC, Troy NY 2018 CultureHub, NYC 2019
Set Peter Ksander, Sound & Video Manipulation G Lucas Crane, Interaction Ryan Holsopple, Video Keith Skretch, Costumes Olivera Gajic. On Video Perfomers: G Lucas Crane, Black-Eyed Susan, Jim Himelsbach, Rae C Wright and Paul Zimet.
A visceral liturgy of sound, video and sculpture, interweaving images and noises of brain circuitry and Victorian mourning rituals
3LD, NYC, 2016 & Lesley Heller Gallery, NYC, 2018
Creator Nene Humphrey, Director Mallory Catlett, Composer Roberto Carlos Lange, Poetry Tom Sleigh, Video Designer Simon Harding, Lighting Designer Yuki Nakase
Dread Scott: DecisionPerformance installation and recitation of the Supreme Court’s Dred Scott Decision
Next Wave, BAM Fischer, NYC, 2012
Creator Dread Scott, Director Mallory Catlett. Performers: Clifford Owens, Lawrence Graham-Brown, Wilmer Wilson IV, “Roc” Belizaire & Dread Scott
City Council Meeting
Performed Participatory Democracy
"The audience makes the piece," Catlett says. "We value every role, not just the people who speak; everyone is active." - Houston Culture Map
Redfern Center, Keene, NH 2014 Zspace, San Francisco, 2014 HERE, New York City, 2013 ASU/Gammage, Tempe, 2013 DiverseWorks, Houston, 2012
Co-Creator/Director Mallory Catlett, Co-Creator/Writer Aaron Landsman, Co-Creator/Designer Jim Findlay. Performers: City Council Meeting is performed by the audience and facilitated by an entirely local working group comprised of artists, activists and the genuinely interested.