Cloud of Whiteness

Interactive Sculpture, Environment & Performance Space Concept, Design & Direction by Megan Young Performance by Gregory King & Leila Khoury Exhibition History: SPACES Gallery, First 100+ Days Media Mentions: CAN Journal Plain Dealer This interactive environment and performance piece replicates our political climate. As the socio-historical construct of whiteness impedes rational governance, social justice can […]

Longest Walk

Embodied Installation, Originally Developed for the 2016 RNC Cleveland Directed by Megan Young with Participants Collaborative Artist: Angela Davis Fegan Documentation: Evan Prunty, Megan Young, James Smith Press: Hyperallergic New City Participate in the Longest Walk: Chicago Follow the Facebook event HERE Saturday, April 22nd at 11:45am and Sunday, April 23rd at 3:30pm LONGEST WALK […]

Scores for Distributed Dancing

Directed by Megan Young with Participants Performance/Development Support by Angela Luem New Media Distributed Choreography & Interactive Public Performance Exhibition History: Code/Switch Exhibition, Woman Made Gallery Events in Public Spaces: ISEA, City University of Hong Kong Scores for Distributed Dancing playing cards contain simple logical operators. They are distributed to individuals in a specified public […]


Installation, Interactive Sound Art, and Activated Performance Direction & Design by Megan Young Interactive Sound Design & Programming by Megan Young With Technical Support by Leo Selvaggio The Breakwall project includes several iterations of participatory, open sourced movement and ensemble sound art with the body as instrument. It is an intriguing sonic landscape and alternative […]

‘To Be Two’

Direction by Megan Young With Performers Rebecca Burcher, Julia Smith, Emily Thompson Misty Luminais, Dramaturge Sound Design, Megan Young An immersive movement experience constructed by audience with performers, ‘To Be Two’ considers the tenuous space between where embodiment ends and all others begin. It mirrors the messy and muddled construction of self in real life […]