Pebble-and-Cart Cycle: one-line tragedies
A six-part work for the stage, delving into the theatre of inner conflict, this piece performed at Dixon Place in New York City in 2008 (Parts I and II) and at Dixon Place and The Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, D.C., in 2009 (Parts I-III), where it received rave reviews. Additionally, the group performed an excerpt from “Goat: I cannot fit into my own shoe” at One Arm Red in Brooklyn in 2009. Terra has Parts IV-VI under development.
Kinetic performances in public places. More like a gurgling fountain or a grove of swaying trees than “street theater”, these performative works come to life in various spaces in the city where one might not expect to see art. Gently interacting with the environments around them, they invite — rather than force — contemplation and human contact.
Film and video works by Terra Incognita.
Hair of Sand
A genre-bending installation-performance work that appeared via The Chashama Windows Program and at Dixon Place in 2009.