See CV for full list of performances, films, and installations.
My First Q&A!
Premiered August 2021
An internet influencer breaks down in this interdisciplinary performance that confronts how consumer culture in virtual spaces impacts identity. Influenced by Legacy Russell's manifesto, Glitch Feminism, Lee glitches between speech, video projection, and movement, interrupting the audience's consumption of the performance. Lee asks, "What are you like in real life?", in hopes of bringing awareness to our behaviors on and offline as an initiation to transcend the body. This work features original music by Swedish sound artist, Emil Göthberg.
Premiered September 2019
This durational performance installation premiered at The Magalen in Cleveland, OH as part of the performance series, dotdotdot: INDULGENCE. This work used a screen made of mylar material to create a one-way mirror where the viewer/s can see Lee, but Lee cannot see the viewer/s. Asking, "Is anyone there?", Lee keeps a tally on a white board of how many people engage with her throughout 2 hours while she does her makeup, glitches between hashtags and climate change news headlines, and tears through the screen, thus ending the performance.
in holes and corners
Premiered July 2018
In collaboration with Cedar Becher, this hour-length event uses text, movement, and improvisation to discuss autonomy. Beginning as a satire of social taboos vs. expectations, the tone shifts as Becher and Lee discuss shame, privilege, and uncertainty regarding masturbation, child-birth, and abortion. This performance event raised over $700 for Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin and Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio.
Premiered November 2017
Four young adults work together to erect and dismantle a white picket fence.
Premiered July 2017
This performance installation created with Cedar Becher features two separate dance theater pieces. In collaboration with composer and performer Tally Moss, the untitled work pictured below is an experimental performance using text, improvisation, and props that place the performers in a dystopian dream state. This installation included digitally altered photography by award winning photographer, Jenna Marti, whose work inspired some of the imagery used to develop this performance.
Premiered August 2016
In response to Lee belonging to a lineage of women who were sexually assaulted, grotesque eating and uninhibited physicality come together to reject patriarchal expectations in this solo performance. Having been sexually assaulted themself, Lee used this work to reclaim their body as an act of healing.
Premiered June 2016
Four people are dropped into an alternate reality where social media has consumed everyday interactions and relationships.