Created in collaboration with students at Sarah Lawrence College, Liminal Collective reimagines the proscenium performance space through expanded cinema by incorporating monolithic media design using TouchDesigner, a node based visual programming language for real time interactive multimedia content.
Liminal Collective is a sex positive, body positive, aging positive, parent positive response to Fisher’s experience as a middle aged, mid-career performing artist. Troubling the experience of (ir)relevancy in the age of omnipresent social media networks through which we construct our identities/self-worth, the work emerges from an understanding that many contemporary workers are struggling to find meaning in their work. Feeling overlooked and underpaid, they question their motivations to continue to strive for external support/approval. Liminal Collective represents a collective reinvestment in creative practice, seeking connection through making in community.