IN>TIME @ DEFIBRILLATOR
featuring LYNN LU (SINGAPORE)
with additional performances by
CHRIS CHEEK, HOPE ESSER, and KITTY HUFFMAN.
LYNN LU is a visual artist from SINGAPORE. trained in the US, FRANCE, JAPAN and AUSTRALIA, she currently lives and works in LONDON. LYNN exhibits, performs and lectures extensively throughout ASIA, EUROPE and the AMERICAS. her research looks at the connection between experiential knowledge and the innate human capacity for empathy, in relation to performance art.
KITTY HUFFMAN was born and raised in ROMANIA to HUNGARIAN parents. she moved to the UNITED STATES in her early twenties and received a BA degree from the UNIVERSITY of WISCONSIN, MADISON and an MFA degree from the SCHOOL of the ART INSTITUTE of CHICAGO. HUFFMAN’S work involves video, performance as well as sculptural components to construct large-scale installations at the intersection of performance and the moving image.
HOPE ESSER is a multidisciplinary artist that works in the realms of performance, video, sculpture, and costume. she has a BA in studio art and art history from OBERLIN COLLEGE and an MFA in performance from the SCHOOL of the ART INSTITUTE of CHICAGO. in may she was awarded the TOBY DEVAN LEWIS FELLOWSHIP and the JAMES NELSON RAYMOND FELLOWSHIP from the SCHOOL of the ART INSTITUTE of CHICAGO.
CHRIS CHEEK is a BRITISH poet, artist, interdisciplinary performer and professor at MIAMI UNIVERSITY IN OXFORD, OHIO. born in LONDON in 1955, he lived and worked in that capital until the early 1990s. one early influence was working alongside BOB COBBING at the POETRY SOCIETY PRINTSHOP and the WRITERS FORUM GROUP of POETS who met with regularity on the premises in EARLS COURT.