WIFE, A Trinity of Illusory Performance Makers, is is an all sensory theatrical experience born of three Los Angeles based artists, Jasmine Albuquerque, Kristen Leahy, and Nina McNeely. Her creations combine surrealist animations via projection mapping, sculpture, original music and costumes, using movement and dance as the vehicle for storytelling. WIFE harnesses old and new technology (magic) to illuminate enduring mystical phenomena and ancient archetypes that resonate throughout humankind’s collective unconscious. She is as a magician of picture and light, of movement and sound, reflecting rescued dreams and the subtleties of human behavior. She is the daughter, sister, and mother of all people set apart. She has been seen at Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Human Resources, Forum Lounge at Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Dripped Fashion Show, Pieter, The El Portal Theatre, and the Bootleg Dance Festival 2011. WIFE’s “The Grey Ones” was presented at the Long Beach TEDx SoCal event, and is also featured on the electronic music artist Amon Tobin’s box set DVD. WIFE was awarded the ARC grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation in the fourth quarter of 2011. Abaddon, WIFE's full-length dance/projection theater piece, was featured in Native Strategies, a biannual journal and platform for performance art in Los Angeles. Most recently, WIFE was commissioned by Ford, Milk + Legs to create new work for an immersive gallery experience in NYC and LA that showcased five multimedia artists.