Allison Leigh Holt is a neurodivergent artist using techniques of expanded cinema and the Light and Space Movement to model divergent epistemologies. A garage-academic and Fulbright scholar (Indonesia, 2009-10), she has earned numerous awards, exhibited, lectured, and been a resident artist/researcher internationally. Her film, Stitching the Future with Clues, was commissioned by The Ford Foundation Gallery for Indisposable: Structures of Support After the ADA; its script is published in Theater Magazine No. 52.2 (Yale School of Drama / Duke University Press). She is a compulsive gardener.

This profile was last updated on March 3, 2022

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