I Have A Baby Whose Name Is No One

Hanyu Liao and Mary Grace Sullivan

I have a baby whose name is no one is an interdisciplinary convergence of mixed-media and performance vignettes conceived by Mary Grace Sullivan (MFA candidate, UB Department of Theatre and Dance) and Hanyu Liao (MAH candidate, UB Department of Media Study). The work will be presented off-site at 500 Seneca where the audience, artists, and performers will dwell and transition through a series of dreamlike moments–moments that inflict emotional recall within the recesses of the mind.

The reconnaissance of a life lost through the passage of time unfolds through the performance of reimagined memories. I have a baby whose name is no one is organized by UB Arts Collaboratory in partnership with UB Production Group and 500 Seneca LLC.


500 Seneca
Sunday, March 29, 2020
6:30–8:30 p.m.
Presented with UB Humanities Institute, and Departments of Media Study and Theatre and Dance

Major support provided by M&T Bank
Additional support provided by Savarino Companies

person lying on their back with hands and one leg raised.

Image: Hanyu Liao, Gracie, 2020, photo collage, dimensions variable. Image courtesy of the artist.