Animation Project (2011-2015) is a collaborative, practice-based, post-humanist research project that shares the curiously animating properties of objects and their impact on human bodies. Asking what kinds of motors set events in motion, how they can be sustained and sustain us, and how the process might reveal new modes of thinking while doing, the project draws on curiously focused attention, hidden energetic properties of bodies and things, and sublime humor through installations, performances, and workshops.


Choreography/Performance: Megan Nicely, Kate Elswit

Performance History:
December 2011, The Garage, San Francisco (premiere)
June 2012, Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre, London
Workshops: June 2012, Performance Studies international, Leeds, UK
April 2015, Performance Philosophy Conference, Chicago, IL

Support: RAW residency