Three people play a game… in 2075.
In a world where physical existence seems imminently impossible, a political exile, a former radical and a climate refugee go in search of the promised land; a virtual utopia. Alliances are made and broken as personal visions cross and collide in a social experiment that begins to chip away at their identities. Inspired by today's ever-changing cultural, technological and political climate, No Place investigates the human need to survive, to outlast, to exist.
Created and Developed by
Written and Directed by
Square One Collective
Ana Cantoran Viramontes
No Place is currently being developed at the Access Residency and is supported by the Queens Council on the Arts under the New Works Grant.
First developed at the SITI Lab Residency 2017 (NYC), it has been presented at the SITI Lab Showcase, Fury Factory Festival 2018 Raw Materials Series in San Francisco.