Author Archives: meganhanley

About meganhanley

Megan Hanley is a theater artist who makes collaborative, political, and physical theater. She is the co-artistic director of The Syndicate (www.wearethesyndicate.com).

Also… Teddy Cruz’s Political Equator

This is a great piece/concept/presentation by the architect Teddy Cruz, who re-draws the equator using the Pentagon’s language of “functioning core” and “non-integrating gap.” It has everything to do with consumption (and immigration, and colonialism, and globalization…). Cruz holds yearly … Continue reading

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Consumption

I’ve been reading a lot of Fluxus scores recently. Fluxus was a movement in the 1960s (ah, the 60s), inspired by the work John Cage and others, that used mixed media — printed instructions, music, visual art, performance– to create … Continue reading

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Whiteness

Hey team. I put off posting until the end of the month because I was gong to make a new project, buuuut… life is busy. So instead I’ll share a project I made this summer. This was part of a … Continue reading

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Back to the Future: Mourning and Fertility

Hi, friends. I’ve been ramblin and a-roamin all summer; I’m sorry for my absence. I’m excited for the fall and for the inspiration of building up this blog. Here are some back-posts that I meant to share so many months … Continue reading

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Show Me Your Jugs

Dearest Art or Chokers, I’m prepping for a performance next week and haven’t had time to create a serious piece to share with you, but here’s my June offering on water. Consider this tryptich my ode to Pride Month, to … Continue reading

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