The Seed Simulation Laboratory (SSL) and Mission Nucleus is an interactive art installation, performance set, and viewing room; A speculative entity situated within The Department of Planetary Futures wherein collaborative Principal Investigators, or Co-Pilots, investigate seed pods as tiny survival methodologies through embodied replication.
Please join us for a series of performances within the Seed Simulation Laboratory by Kathryn Nusa Logan, Katherine Moore, Sabine Bahrou, and Jacklyn Brickman. During these performances, attendees will experience happenings in the Seed Simulation Laboratory, including lab experiments and seed-based maneuvers in a combination of choreography and structured improvisation.
Viewers may sign up for one of ten in-person spots for each performance time. Each performance lasts approximately 15 minutes.
Performance times are listed below:
Tuesday, June 8:
Friday, June 11:
A virtual streaming of the performance will premiere on YouTube Live on Saturday, June 12th at 7:00 pm.