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  Operator , 2015.    Operator  was created in collaboration with fifty undergraduates from Bucknell University's School of the Arts. The project was based on the children’s game Telephone. To initiate the work, I created a simple series of actions for the students to observe. I then asked students to make a translation of these actions into their chosen medium. These instructions resulted in a night of student performances, which included tap dancing, musical improvisation, text message poetry, and a mini opera.

Operator, 2015. 

Operator was created in collaboration with fifty undergraduates from Bucknell University's School of the Arts. The project was based on the children’s game Telephone. To initiate the work, I created a simple series of actions for the students to observe. I then asked students to make a translation of these actions into their chosen medium. These instructions resulted in a night of student performances, which included tap dancing, musical improvisation, text message poetry, and a mini opera.

  Operator , 2015. 

Operator, 2015. 

  Operator,  2015.

Operator, 2015.

Operator, 2015. 

Operator was created in collaboration with fifty undergraduates from Bucknell University's School of the Arts. The project was based on the children’s game Telephone. To initiate the work, I created a simple series of actions for the students to observe. I then asked students to make a translation of these actions into their chosen medium. These instructions resulted in a night of student performances, which included tap dancing, musical improvisation, text message poetry, and a mini opera.

Operator, 2015. 

Operator, 2015.

  Operator , 2015.    Operator  was created in collaboration with fifty undergraduates from Bucknell University's School of the Arts. The project was based on the children’s game Telephone. To initiate the work, I created a simple series of actions for the students to observe. I then asked students to make a translation of these actions into their chosen medium. These instructions resulted in a night of student performances, which included tap dancing, musical improvisation, text message poetry, and a mini opera.
  Operator , 2015. 
  Operator,  2015.