Joseph Silovsky is a Brooklyn-based artist. He and his art group work from non-fiction source material and filter it through their various methodologies (object theater, video environments/ projection mapping, soundscapes) to discover which technique best tells the different parts of a story. They then assemble the parts together to form the show, focusing on a subjective interpretation of the historic events. Silovsky’s performances include Reddest Dirt of Oklahoma, Tonic’s Little Theater (2008); Performer in Whatever Heaven Allows (2010-2012); and Performer in Radiohole: Inflatable Frankenstein, Kitchen and EMPAC (2013).
Silovksy’s awards and residencies include Mount Tremper Arts Center Residency with CATCH!, Mount Tremper, NY (2013); Axe-Houghton Foundation Grant, NY (2013); Radiohole/ Collapsable Giraffe, Collapsable Hole Residency (2012); Project Grant, Henson Foundation (2011); and Seed Grant, Henson Foundation (2010). Silovksy received his B.F.A. from Bard College and did graduate work at SAIC. Catherine McRae has a B.A. from Smith College, while Victor Morales has a Law degree from Universidad Católica Andres Bello and M.A. from NYU Gallatin Division.