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The Palimpsest Project 1.3 in Toronto

A performance/lecture in defense of (re)appearance by re[public] in/decency, as part of the 2012 Free Fall Festival.

“Speed is perceived in two ways…as a causing factor of changes of culture and civilization and as an issue of (de)urbanization, which prepare the ground for new spatial objects and spaces.” -Paul Virilio, Speed and Politics

The historical palimpsest is a manuscript on parchment which has been effaced to make room for … Read more


Victory goes to Ingenuity Fest

Victory goes to Ingenuity Fest
September 16th-18th
The Victory Project has been invited to perform site-specific Installations in down town Cleveland  at The Ingeniuity Fest, an amazing festival linking technology and the arts and taking place on the Veterans Memorial Bridge.  One of America’s largest festivals of art and technology returns to the subway level of the Veterans Memorial (Detroit Superior Bridge), September 16, 17, and 18th.  IngenuityFest, now in its seventh … Read more

re[public] in/decency interviewed on CIUT 89.5FM (in Toronto)

re[public] in/decency interviewed on CIUT 89.5FM (in Toronto)

While in Toronto for their performance  at the 32nd Annual Rhubarb Festival of Contemporary Performance Erica Mott and Coman Poon were invited to CIUT 89.5FM to speak about their work as re[public] in/decency.

re[public] in/decency was interviewed on CIUT 89.5FM (in Toronto) on Sex City on Saturday, February 12, 2011 from 5-6pm (about THE PALIMPSEST PROJECT and How To Survive While in Exile) and on Evi-dance on Sunday, February 13, … Read more


Hexes and Heroes Preview

Object manipulators Erica Mott and Meredith Miller team up for a double-bill at Links Hall, January 28-30. Sid Smith writes a preview for SeeChicagoDance.com in which both women discuss the mood and impetus behind their work. SeeChicagoDance Newsletter The Victory Project Download as a PDF.

“I’ve rigged the nozzle so that there’s lipstick inside that comes out,” Mott said. “The idea is to explore the mundane and the fantastic and … Read more


Erica performs with La Pocha Nostra in San Francisco

Erica performs with La Pocha Nostra in San Francisco

photo by Berenice Guraieb

CORPO-ILICITO REMIX: THE POST HUMAN SOCIETY 6.9 by La Pocha Nostra
Saturday, January 15th, 2011 at 8pm at SOMArts in San Francisco
$10 advance donation, $12 door donation. No one turned away for lack of funds. Purchase online here.

Labeled as “the most influential Latino experimental arts troupe in the past 10 years,” La Pocha Nostra continues to surprise audiences with their shocking interactive ritual

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Erica Receives Hub14 residency in Toronto

Erica Receives Hub14 residency in Toronto

February 20th-March 5th, Erica will be participate in a Live-In Residency at hub 14 in Toronto. There she and collaborator Coman Poon will conduct research with Toronto based artists and community groups in preparation for their latest performance installation, The Palimpsest Project.… Read more


Erica receives Santa Fe Art Institute Residency

Erica receives Santa Fe Art Institute Residency

This autumn, Erica has been selected to work in residence at the Santa Fe Art Institute. Since 1999, SFAI has enlivened local, national and international discourse on art and society through its residency program. There she will write about her her year long movement research on the Victory Project and continue her creation of the dual channel installation performance for the Cowboys and Vikings Project.… Read more


How to Survive While in Exile at Rhubarb Fest

How to Survive While in Exile at Rhubarb Fest

re[public] in/decency have been invited to perform the third incarnation of their performance installation How to Survive While in Exile. at the 32nd Annual Rhubarb Festival of Contemporary Performance in Toronto February 16th-19th.… Read more


News about Iceland trip

Erica spent September as an artist in residence at NES in Skagastrond, Iceland. In addition to conducting research for the Victory Project, she also began a series of landscape performances called the Vikings and Cowboys Project. Video footage will be uploaded soon, but in the mean time you can see stills from the videos below.


Erica and Meredith Miller perform Hexes and Heroes at Links Hall

Erica and Meredith Miller perform Hexes and Heroes at Links Hall

Performance in progress showing of pieces choreographed and performed by Erica Mott for the Victory Project.
Duration 35 minutes (full evening 75 minutes)

Performance will take place January 28th-29th at 8pm and 30th at 7pm , 2011 at Links Hall, Chicago.

Puppeteer and performance artists, Meredith Miller and Erica Mott present works in progress around themes of heroism and self destruction in a shared billed at Links Hall January 28th-30th, … Read more


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