LITU wants ALL your used plastics.

Drop it off or we'll come retrieve it. Thank you! #LITU #lituisyou

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Recent actions/performances include:

THE SISYPHIT CHALLENGE 6/21/19 - HAPPENING (curated by Justin Tornow, Pierce Freelon and Saba Taj) CCB Plaza, Durham, NC

DUMP 6/1/19 - SEEK Raleigh public art festival, Dix Park, Raleigh, NC

WOUND UP 11/17/18 - Semiotics of Cruising closing event, Lump Projects, Raleigh, NC

HOME 10/28/18 - Muse Masquerade Ball, 21c Museum Hotel, Durham, NC

ONEBALL 9/29/18 - Carrboro Music Festival, Carrboro, NC

SARCOPHAGUS 7/11 & 7/15/18 - SHOW (curated by COMPANY), Durham Fruit & Produce Co., Durham, NC

BOX MONSTER 4/26-27/18 - Switchpoint, 2018, Haw River Ballroom, Saxapahaw, NC

at SEEK Raleigh 2019, credit Scott Mais

at SEEK Raleigh 2019, credit Scott Mais

video by TJ Carr

photo: LITU

photo: LITU

photo: LITU

photo: LITU

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Leaving Impossible Things Unattended is a site and viewer specific performance tracing the relationship between our bodies, the body politic, and the garbage we think we can leave behind.

Part call-to-action, part call-and-response, it evokes a problem and the games we struggle to play in our daily life to avoid responsibility.

You can play, but you don't get to make up the rules.

 

photo: Trevor Snapp  as part of SwitchPoint (global health, tech, innovation conference) in Saxapahaw, NC

photo: Trevor Snapp

as part of SwitchPoint (global health, tech, innovation conference) in Saxapahaw, NC

photo: Tanya Sink  as part of SwitchPoint (global health, tech, innovation conference) in Saxapahaw, NC

photo: Tanya Sink

as part of SwitchPoint (global health, tech, innovation conference) in Saxapahaw, NC

testing

this is a test

this is a game

will you move

can you help

these are not your things

you may not leave them here

everything must go

worthless things

for free

on sale

at what cost

this is not a game

will you

can you

things we do not see

things we forget

do not notice

do not need

move

help

worth protecting

deserves protection

leave

help

move