As the visual and performance worlds continue to collide, Kyle Loven is a difficult artist to categorize. An object maker with theatrical designs, his Rube Goldberg-esque Loss Machine unearths a ... More
About this performance
As the visual and performance worlds continue to collide, Kyle Loven is a difficult artist to categorize. An object maker with theatrical designs, his Rube Goldberg-esque Loss Machine unearths a world of lost items, misplaced thoughts and fractured journeys all housed within an intricately detailed set. Digging through the layers of the everyday and the fantastical, this piece poignantly displays a narrative of discovery and loss from the drama of imagery.
Performance: Dec 9, 2012
Venue: On the Boards | Seattle, WA
Duration: 75 min
Posted: Feb 21, 2013
Cast & Credits
|Created and Performed by||Kyle Loven|
|Composer||Paurl O. Walsh|
|Sound Designer||Kevin Heard|
|Lighting Designer||Amiya Brown|
|Stage Manager||Lauren Hester|
|Cover Design||Clare Strasser|
|Set/Prop Assistance||Rich Bresnahan|
|Puppet Construction Assistance||Maggie Hillding|
|Motor Mechanics||John DeShazo|
About The Artist
Kyle Loven makes theater with transformed ephemera, projections and masterfully created puppets that are a far cry from traditional marionettes and muppets. In recent years he has toured to Amsterdam, Taipei, NYC, Minneapolis, Portland and other US cities. His work has premiered at venues such as On the Boards and the Guthrie Theater. He is the recipient of grants from The Jim Henson Foundation, 4Culture, Artist Trust, and the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Photo: Kyle Loven
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