Gwendolyn Terry is the Visual Director and co-creator of NON:op’s f(H2T) From Here to There, which will be staged at the Bridgeport Art Center in Chicago from April 24-26, 2014. Tickets are $20/$15 (students and seniors), and can be purchased in advance at

f(H2T)poster1About f(H2T) From Here to There

f(H2T) From Here to There examines the liminal space between the world in which we live and the world we desire, between the suffering and repetition of our daily existence and our transformation to a more equitable ideal state, bridging the gaps in our religious, cultural, social, and economic divides. From an intensive conceptualization process, each co-creator selects keywords and artists, establishing relationships among words, artists, and art forms, and creates compartmentalized structures and collaborative pieces which are then located within the three dimensional space-time matrix of a 12,000 square foot warehouse space. Spectators are each given a map and/or set of instructions with which to navigate and (re)create the worlds in which they desire to live. The map indicates destinations or nodes which may or may not lead to a desired goal.

About NON:op

NON:op is an experimental, multi-arts, non-opera collective that produces site-specific works for non-traditional venues. We focus on a co-creative approach to opera, producing works that actively break with traditional performance structures and the traditional role of the spectator as passive observer.

Learn more about NON:op here.