Erica Mott

Erica Mott (artistic director) is a development researcher turned choreographer and director. Erica Mott Productions (EMP) builds bridges between the physical and virtual body, uncovering relationships between live and technologically mediated presence, collectivity and intimacy, embodiment and political action. Credits include CRICOTEKA Museum (Krakow, Poland), Cleveland Ingenuity Festival, The National Museum of Health and Medicine, Chicago, Dance Center Columbia College (Chicago), Roulette (New York), Fischkeller (Reykjavik, Iceland) and many others. Erica is a recipient of several awards including Amnesty International’s Young Activist Fellowship, MetLife New Stages for Dance, Santa Fe Art Institute Residency, Ragdale Foundation, NES Artist (Iceland), Djerassi Residency, Camargo Fellowship, New England Foundation for the Arts’ Regional Dance Development Initiative, 3Arts Award and the Chicago Dancemakers Forum Lab Artist. She is a lecturer in performance at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago.