Tracy Leipold

Tracy Leipold has a background in performance, experimental theater, and music. She studied classical voice for 18 years as well as trained in the Meisner acting technique. She moved to Richmond in 2004 after 16 years in New York City. Tracy is primarily known for her performances in installations by video artist Tony Oursler who she began working with in 1992, and with whom she did a live performance at the New York Public Library in 2014. In her time in New York, she also worked for and then performed with The Wooster Group, as well as worked as an assistant to Laurie Anderson for her Nerve Bible tour. Additional performance collaborations include a worldwide broadcast with Nam June Paik and singing a car alarm for Fluxus artist, Larry Miller’s composition Sentinel at the Newark Art Museum, which was featured in a CNN broadcast.