Catherine Siller is an artist and performer whose work investigates the relationship between digitally mediated language, the body, and identity. She has performed/show work at Watermans Centre (London, UK); EMPAC (Troy, NY); the Brick Theater (Brooklyn, NY); Brown University’s Granoff Center (Providence, RI); and Triskelion Arts (Brooklyn, NY). For the 2013 spring semester she was Mellon Fellow for Digital Media/Performance at Marlboro College in Marlboro, VT. Siller holds an MFA in Digital + Media from the Rhode Island School of Design and a BA in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University. For more information: http://catherinesiller.com/
How do we perform ourselves in digital space? In Not Not 0.1, Catherine Siller uses her own custom software and a motion capture camera to generate projected text and images of herself. She immerses herself in these projections and dances between the virtual and the real in a duet with her digital double. The piece destabilizes language and gesture as it repeatedly redraws the boundary between the physical and the digital self.