Performance still from The Seed Eaters, Grazer Kunstverein, 2017

Thirty-three mini scenes, seventeen installations, six performances, roving live percussion, edible props and continually shifting roles: The Seed Eaters is a deconstructed play made with Emily Mast. The performance unfolds as a series of sculptural sets, accompanied by scripts about the idea of "The End" that any three people can perform. A meditation on order and hierarchy, The Seed Eaters creates and holds a space where language, objects, instructions, and participants' personalities have equal value, if only for a moment, before starting over. 

Grazer Kunstverein, Austria
Co-presented through the Steirischer Herbst 2017 Festival
Performances: September 23–27, 2017
Installation and texts which museum goers can activate will remain on view at the Grazer Kunstverein September 23—October 31, 2017

Machine Project, Los Angeles, April 2017
Workshop presentation
With Luke Johnson, Garrett Hallman and Zoe Kauder Nalebuff

PRESS

E-Flux
DRAFF interview with Emily

Photos by Johanna Dorner