Nancy Douthey performed at notsuoH as part of the Lone Star Performance Explosion. Photos courtesy of Michelle Lanter, Ben DeSoto and Alex Barber.
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Lone Star Performance Explosion day three’s dominating theme seemed to be food and catharsis. By the third day, I figured out the timing (the artists never start on time) and arrived in time to catch all the acts even though the first thing listed on the bill was Daniel-Kayne‘s Three Day Fast. By my calculations he was a day and a half into it, which made me a day and a half late.
Nancy Douthey was born in Fort Worth, TX in the year of the horse, 1978 and currently lives and works in Houston, TX. She received her MFA in Interdisciplinary Practice and Emerging Forms from the University of Houston in 2010. In addition, she has been an associate artist in residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts working under the guidance of ACA Master playwright and performer Heather Woodbury. She has exhibited work at Texas Gallery, Houston, TX, Reed College, Portland, OR, Clemson University, Clemson, SC and Ohio University, Athens, OH. She is a founding member of the collective Performance Art Lab and has recently been awarded the Liz Alexander Visual Arts Award from the Houston Arts Alliance.