F.A.Q.

 

What is your artistic approach to these fragments?

our core ideology maintains deep respect for the source material
and the individuals engaged with that material

a dedication to affordable quality
and consistency with the each performance

a commitment to community and environmental responsibility

a view that our artistic practice
contributes to the advancement and welfare of humanity

at the core of our practice are the following ideals…

  • a trust and respect for individuals
  • a focus on a high level of achievement and contribution
  • work with uncompromising integrity
  • achieve our common objectives through teamwork
  • encourage flexibility and innovation

How can I buy tickets for your next production?

you can’t….
all our performances are free!

How do I find out about plans and future productions?

to be among the first to hear about our activities become a supporter
we also announce performances here on the website
as well as through social media
   or

How can I support this work?

become one of our patrons
on Patreon

How can I work on your next production?

contact us
let us know what you are interested in

What does “Site Specific” mean?

New York City’s Guggenheim Museum’s offers this definition:
“Site-specific or Environmental art refers to an artist’s intervention in a specific locale, creating a work that is integrated with its surroundings and that explores its relationship to the topography of its locale, whether indoors or out, urban, desert, marine, or otherwise.”

Why do you describe the work as “Site Responsive”?

a sites environment and history informs our productions
artists construct each individual piece for a specific site
as such the productions are non transferable
the performance materials for each production
are constructed by the artists using existing resources within the site
for example
our performance of Sophocles’ Sinon
constructed the Trojan Horse from material native to the site

How are you documenting this work?

in documenting our work we do not use photoshop or “filters”…

we follow The National Press Photographers Association Code of Ethics
Some clauses from this code:

  • Be accurate and comprehensive in the representation of subjects.
  • Resist being manipulated by staged photo opportunities.
  • Be complete and provide context when photographing or recording subjects.
  • Avoid stereotyping individuals and groups.
  • Recognize and work to avoid presenting one’s own biases in the work.
  • Treat all subjects with respect and dignity.
  • While photographing subjects, do not intentionally contribute to, alter, or seek to alter or influence events.
  • Editing should maintain the integrity of the photographic images’ content and context. Do not manipulate images or add or alter sound in any way that can mislead viewers or misrepresent subjects.
  • Respect the integrity of the photographic moment.

Can I observe rehearsals?

why not…
working within and around specific sites
we often have impromptu audiences appear
contact us
we’ll give you a heads up as to where we will be working

How can I get involved in your next production?

we’re always looking for volunteers
whether in the design and installation of a project
or in the management of the performances
as each productions has different requirements
it’s best to contact us
we can share what we need
and you can let us know what you are interested in

I’m a performer/designer…

performers (actors, dancers, musicians, painters, etc…)
are welcome to submit applications via email at any time