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We are an interdisciplinary creative studio and research collective confronting and developing the future of live performance. We create unique groundbreaking works for the web, big screen, theater, opera, festival, and public space.
We work with clients to design, build, and implement artistic and commercial projects, we originate new work, and we consult with governments and institutions. We specialize in pioneering new approaches to creating work.
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We are non-hierarchical and eclectic in our aesthetic interests, resisting divisions between high and low or pop and experimental. Our work comes about through personal engagement and commitment to ideas. We are driven by a compulsive desire to collaborate across different histories and expertise—involving not only artists—but also statisticians, anthropologists, philosophers, architects, computational biologists, engineers and and experts in other fields.
Our efforts have taken numerous forms including an underwater music concert, a database driven theatrical performance, a hallucinogenic fog and strobe light installation, a live animation pipeline for a Shakespeare production, and a video installation for the web, to name just a few.
- Artistic Development
- Concept Development
- Creative Producing
- Cultural Strategy
- Interactive Design
- Media Design
- Production Design
- Project Management
- Sound Design
- Strategic Planning
- Systems Design
- Web Design and Development
Clients and Collaborators
- Australia Arts Council
- Between Music
- Chico MacMurtrie
- Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
- CLICK Festival
- Elevator Repair Service
- Fusebox Festival
- Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
- New York Live Arts
- New York Theatre Workshop
- Performing Arts Hub Norway
- Théâtre de l’Union
- The Danish Ministry for Culture
- The Watermill Center
- winter guests
Non Profit Expansion
As part of our current effort to strengthen and further develop FuturePerfect Creative Studio, we are working to expand our capacity by generating an independent non-profit organization: FuturePerfect Initiatives. Having both an LLC and a 501(c)3 will give us more flexibility to successfully execute a wider variety of projects with a larger set of tools at our disposal. The primary goal of our non-profit entity will be to support our own creative efforts – as well as those of select partners and clients – with an approach that includes fundraising and Board oversight.
In 2019, we are celebrating our 10th anniversary by solidifying and rolling-out a series of institution-building steps that will ensure our sustainability and success for many years to come. If you are interested, we would be happy to discuss details of our strategic plan (currently being finalized), ranging from the implementation of practices and protocols to goals and tactics in many areas, including personnel, marketing/communications, and the launch of FuturePerfect Initiatives in 2020.
At this time, we are respectfully seeking financial support to help us realize our organizational development objectives. We would be extremely grateful if you assist us with your gift at any level that is right for you. Every commitment will be truly helpful and greatly appreciated.
Or you can donate by check. Please send your contribution to Wayne Ashley, FuturePerfect Creative Studio, 812 Carroll Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11215. Checks must be made out to “Fractured Atlas,” with “FuturePerfect Productions” in the memo line.
FuturePerfect Productions is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of FuturePerfect must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
On behalf of our entire FuturePerfect team, thank you very much for your thoughtful consideration of our request!
The associates in our team have worked with some of the most important cultural institutions and figures in the arts [Björk, MoMA, Sufjan Stevens, BAM, Nico Muhly, Ivo van Hove, Elevator Repair Service, Ralph Lemon, Iris van Herpen, Matthew Barney, MASS MoCA, Sasha Waltz, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art] and grappled with many of the pressing social and political issues of our time [AIDS-affected homeless in New York City, political disappearance in Sri Lanka, and the post 9/11 global war of terror.]