Ongoing collaborative performance and installation piece based around Laura's longform song, Oxygen, first performed at a private show on April 26th, 2019.

The project, like the song, is about personal and collective survival within deadly societal structures and centers disabled and neurodivergent voices.


Makers of any and all visual, verbal, and performance-based mediums are desired - visual artists, poets, writers, musicians, actors, dancers, etc.

A preliminary showing will take place on February 22nd, 2020 at The Balance Arts Center's Karl Kemp Performance Space on the 3rd floor of 151 W 30th St in Manhattan (wheelchair accessible) as part of a residency Laura was offered by the Balance Arts Center. Get tickets here.

The first full performance with collaborators will take place in late May/early June 2020 - location TBD.


If you are interested in becoming a collaborator, contact Laura at ltuthall@gmail.com

Read lyrics here.

The California Recordings

1 Unchartable

2 Daffodils

3 Dry

4 Darkroom

April 2017

KEEP IT NUDE Pop-Up Gallery

April 20th, 2018

Guitar Set

Floordoor Records First Wednesdays

July 5th, 2017, 8pm @ C'mon Everybody

Laura Tuthall, My Love MHz, A Bunch Of Dead People

Published Poetry:

Boston Conservatory’s literary journal,

The Garden
Volumes 16: The Moving Image (2012); 18: Symbiosis (2014);
19: Refracted (2015), co-editor

Brooklyn House Show

April 6th, 2018

Key Set

Let's Agree to be Infinitely Genuine (2015)

LATBIG was a collaborative art piece that combined improvisational dance, spoken word, and music to explore concepts of lost and rebuilt identity. The piece was centered around 9 of Laura's songs. Live performance filmed at The Boston Conservatory in May of 2015.

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