Developed in 2013 as an artist-in-residence at ISSUE Project Room in New York City, this expanded cinema / performative lecture uses video projection, live music, theoretical texts, and dance to engage the utopian—not as a future state or place, but as a practice that it is grounded in our everyday interactions. Using the works of Emmanuel Levinas, Lisa Cartwright, Judith Butler and Miranda Joseph, No Place But Between Us explores how we might re-invest in an ethical framework for engaging with one another, the power of human connection to induce both our undoing and our remaking, and the utopian potential of cinematic space.