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imnotlost is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas , a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions in behalf of imnotlost may be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Click Here
imnotlost was founded in 2003 in New York City by Kate Brehm as a means of developing visually evocative theater and events with fabulous multi-skilled collaborators. The company includes puppeteers, clowns, projection designers, physical actors, visual artists, and musicians. The loose-knit group comes together to produce large works of puppetry and immersive art. Imnotlost has produced 3 full-length pieces of puppet theater: A Seemingly Unified Spectacle 2006, Do You Copy? 2008, and Dark Space 2009. Puppetry in development includes The Eye Which We Do Not Have and Discrepancies. The imnotlost Poof puppets have appeared in numerous installations and performances across the country since 2009. Physical theater produced includes: Belly Dream Real and Things Fall Apart Imnotlost produced the popular puppet slam, Slutty Puppets from 2003-2009 at CBGBs Gallery and Galapagos Art Space. It ran a discussion series with puppeteers at Dixon Place called Fireside Puppet Chats from 2010-2013. imnotlost also produced a series of Dance Halls around New York City.

Imnotlost residencies and awards include a NYSCA Individual Artist Award, Puffin Foundation Award, Here Art Center Artist Residency, Chashama Performance Development Award, a Chashama Space Residency, a Little Angel R and D residency, 2 One Arm Red Space Residencies, A Digital Performance Institute Residency, and a Galapagos Art Space Artist Residency. Imnotlost has performed at Standard Toykraft, Here Arts Center, PS122, The Puppet Rampage Festival, the Psi International Conference, Chicken John's, The Tank, Rubulad, the Node London Media Arts Festival, the Bangkok International Fringe Festival, and elsewhere.
GET INVOLVED We're always working on something. If you're interested in how to produce theater in New York, are curious how the inanimate are made to move, want to get some glue on your fingers, or lug heavy things let us know.
photos by Raymond Smith and Jon Meyer