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Mallory Catlett's Decoder 2017 at PuSH International Performing Arts Festival

Mallory Catlett

Decoder 2017

Decoder 2017, performed by analog tape DJ and sound artist G Lucas Crane and Jim Findlay, is a cut-up of sound, video and spoken word designed to test Burroughs’ statement, "when you cut-up the present the future leaks in." Part Burroughs reading tour, part noise show, Findlay and Crane act both as characters within a fictional reality and systems operators who create the work live in performance.

Decoder 2017 was created with commissioning support from Gibney Dance. It was developed in residence at Mount Tremper Arts in March 2015 and will have a commissioned residency and performance at the PuSH International Performing Arts Festival in February 2016.