Collaborative Projects

Stridulate : Hybrid Forms In Voice And Movement

Stridulate : Hybrid Forms In Voice And Movement

Erica performed movement and sound generated with Synapse Arts Collective‘s Stridulate Ensemble. Over the course of a year, Erica has worked intensively with vocalist Dan Mohr and choreographer, Rachel Damon, and two other performers to devise Stridulate: Hybrid Forms in Voice and Movement.

June 12-13 & 19-20, 2009. Fridays 8pm, Saturdays 4pm & 8pm at The Galaxie, Chicago

Created by collaborators Rachel Damon and Dan Mohr, the performance … Read more



Installation, Live Performances, and, Workshops addressing invisible labor and the textile industry. April 2008 Chicago Arts District Special Exhibitions Gallery

Throughout April, Erica in collaboration with performance artist/activist Sheelah Murthy, and activist organizations RATIO and TAMMS Year Ten Campaign fill the Chicago Arts District Special Exhibitions Gallery with interactive art installations, workshops and performances threading connections and weaving cultural work. In conjunction with Artopolis, Chicago’s city-wide celebration of art … Read more



In collaboration with Synapse Arts Collective, Erica performs with the Synapse ensemble in Grove of the Uncatchables at 

SLIT: An evening of performance + poetry. An open gallery event at

Around the Coyote, Chicago. November 16 and 18, 2007, 8PM.

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Ogtel and Pernod in Closed

Erica collaborates with clown/comedian, Nick Johne under the direction of MUMP and SMOOT Horror Clown, Mike Kennard to create Ogtel and Pernod inCLOSED.

Performances taking place December  7-9th, 2007 at Spareroom, Chicago, December 14-16th, 2007 at Links Hall and January 23rd-25th at Danny Skybox at The Second City.

On an adventure to fulfil her dreams of power and fame,  clown Ogtel and her trusty servant, Pernod consult a twelve … Read more


Erica Premiered her butoh solo, Structure/Shattered at Groping Towards Dance: Butoh and the Origins of Movement

September 14 – 16, 2005 at Chicago Cultural Center Sydney R. Yates Gallery, 4th floor

Groping Towards Dance: Butoh and the Origins of Movement, curated by Nicole LeGette, showcased emerging butoh artists from across the country. This event was presented by blushing poppy productions in partnership with The Chicago Cultural Center and the Spareroom.… Read more

What To Forget

What To Forget

Nicole LeGette and Erica Mott create a performance piece in conjunction with the sculptures of Petah Coyne.

July 15 -16, 2005, Chicago Cultural Center, Sydney R. Yates Gallery, 4th floor

Nicole LeGette and Erica Mott created a performance piece involving dancers encased in hundreds of plastic bags. They weaved three different elements together: the body, the synthetic, and the natural using Butoh, an avant-garde Japanese dance style. The event … Read more