Charles Woodman

Charles Woodman is an electronic artist working in video and expanded media. His recent projects concenterate on the integration of video with live performance, often in collaboration with musicians or dancers. Exhibitions of his work include screenings at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Block Museum of Art, Chicago, Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Edison, NJ, and the American Dance Festival, Raleigh, NC. Woodman was a founding member of the video performance group viDEO sAVant and a pioneer in the development of Live Cinema - real time video editing as live performance. Recent appearances by that ensemble include ENSAD, Paris, Spazio Contemporanea in Brescia, Italy, ISEA, Dubai, UAE, and the Berkeley Art Museum in CA.


Emma Rivera

Emma Rivera (she/her) is a technical director/lighting designer at The Performance Project @ University Settlement (NYC) and Brooklyn Arts Exchange/BAX (NYC). Select freelance work: André Zachery/Renegade Performance Group (Dapline!, NYC, NY; Untamed Space, Wexner Center for the Arts, OH), Company SBB Stefanie Batten-Bland (Bienvenue欢迎WelcomeBienvenidoأهلا بك, Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi 2018; Spoleto, Italy; Alchimie, Astragli Teatro; Lecce, Italy), Luke Murphy/Attic Projects (On Triumph and Trauma, MA and NY). She also produces FailSafe Festival, a performance arts festival for works-in-progress ( For more info see:

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Hwa Park

Costume for Rachel Thorne Germond in Performance Collage #2: Tripod

Hwa park is a New York City- based costume designer. She attended the Mason gross School of The Arts at Rutgers the State University of NJ to achieve an MFA in Theatre Arts/Design and is a member of United Scenic Artist Local USA 829.


Pate Conway

Interdisciplinary Artist - Chicago, ILCollaborator:
Costumes and Sets for Once Removed: Peripeteia (2007)
Costume elements for Performance Collage #2: Tripod (2018)

Pate Conaway is a graduate of Chicago's Second City Training Center and received his MFA from Columbia College, Chicago. His work explores the connection between visual art and performance. After learning to knit, Pate spent five weeks at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago knitting a pair of mittens large enough for him to sleep in. His work explores the fusion of sculpture, installation, and interactive performance.



ArtPile is a group of performance based artists committed to fostering a sense of community and visibility for art in Hampton Roads, VA.

Ann Mazzocca (dance)
Megan Thompson (dance)
Rachel Thorne Germond (dance)
Suzanne Wiltgen (dance)
Dale Paul Lazar (music)
Kelly Rossum (music)

Insook Choi

Insook Choi

Composer and Interactive Media Artist
Collaborator: Voices In Ruins
Insook Choi is an interdisciplinary composer, researcher and interactive media artist. She currently lives in New York City where she is directing the creation of a new Emerging Media program for the City University of New York. Born in Seoul, Korea, she has been teaching and conducting research in various institutes including UIUC, UC Berkeley, School of Art Institute of Chicago, and NYU-Polytechnic University, Brooklyn. Her music has been performed and broadcast in Europe, Asia and the United States. She has created numerous interdisciplinary projects across music performance, cognitive science and engineering. Her compositions include instrumental, electro-acoustic and computer music, video, and interactive performances involving various technology. She is frequently invited as a presenter at international festivals and conference venues, and her research publications can be found across the disciplines of art, science, and engineering.

Michael Zerang


Musician and Composer - Chicago, IL
Collaborator: Original music for Once Removed: Peripeteia
Michael Zerang was born in Chicago, Illinois and is a first generation American of Assyrian decent. He has been a professional musician, composer, and producer since 1976, focusing extensively on improvised music, free jazz, contemporary composition, puppet theater, experimental theater, and international musical forms. He has collaborated extensively with contemporary theater, dance, and other multidisciplinary forms and has received three Joseph Jefferson Awards for Original Music Composition in Theater, in 1996, 1998, and 2000. He has over sixty titles in his discography and has toured nationally and internationally since 1981 with and ever-widening pool of collaborators. He was the artistic director of the Link's Hall Performance Series from 1985-1989 where he produced over 300 concerts of jazz, traditional ethnic folk music, electronic music, and other forms of forward thinking music. He continued to produce concerts at Cafe Urbus Orbis from 1994-1996, and at his own space, The Candlestick Maker in Chicago's Albany Park neighborhood, from 2001 - 2005. He has taught as a guest artist at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in performance technique, sound design, and sound/music as it relates to puppetry; rhythmic analysis for dancers at The Dance Center of Columbia College, Northwestern University, and MoMing Dance and Arts Center; courses in Composer - Choreographer Collaborations at Northwestern University; music to children at The Jane Adams Hull House. He has held workshops in improvisational music and percussion technique and teaches private lessons in rhythmic analysis, music composition, and percussion technique.

VIdeo by JT Newman for Rachel Thorne Germond's Splendor Twice/Gender Splendor (2005)

VIdeo by JT Newman for Rachel Thorne Germond's Splendor Twice/Gender Splendor (2005)

Rachel Thorne Germond with JT Newman's projected video - Splendor Twice/Gender Splendor (2005) performed at Dixon Place's HOT! Festival in New York, NY 2015.

Rachel Thorne Germond with JT Newman's projected video - Splendor Twice/Gender Splendor (2005) performed at Dixon Place's HOT! Festival in New York, NY 2015.


JT Newman

Video projection art for Splendor Twice / Gender Splendor (2005)