Kyle deCamp will develop Urban Renewal, a meditation on perception, public policy, and the significance of the buildings we live in. The multimedia solo performance maps an experience of growing up in Chicago in the 60's, caught in the crosshairs of power.
Kyle deCamp creates and performs interdisciplinary works in an ongoing investigation of the intersections of art, history, individual lives, multiple perspectives. Her work has been produced in NYC and in Europe, with support from The Jerome, Soros, Joyce-Mertz Gilmore and Greenwall Foundations, Arts International, New York State Council on the Arts Theater and Composer Commissions, Franklin Furnace Fund, residencies at Yaddo, Harvestworks, Movement Research, iEAR Studios, and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship.
A "Bessie" award winning performer, she has collaborated and toured internationally with many artists in theatre, dance, performance, film and media including Richard Foreman, The Builders Association, John Kelly, John Jesurun and Chris Kondek among many others.