Selected Performance and Acting

Narrator in Shana Lutker's The Average Mysterious and the Shirt Off It's Back at  Hauser Wirth & Schimmel


Performance in Shana Lutker's The Sleeping Poet and The Jongleuse, as reviewed in ArtNews.


Performer and sound artist in Patricia Lennox-Boyd's film on exhaustion, produced by EMPAC. 

"The shoot, which took place over five days last spring, used a system of four moving cameras in the EMPAC Theater—two bird’s-eye views moving up and down on vertical axes, and two horizontal tracking shots—to surround and relentlessly document the space in which performer Nour Mobarak took up an extended and repetitive series of gestures. Within this matrix of cameras—running in constant motion according to pre-programmed commands—the system inevitably documents itself, each camera puncturing the frame of the others and capturing the static lighting rigs and technical equipment used on-set. Mobarak’s body, like all the objects represented, is passed by again and again and thereby can never become a fixed subject of the film since the system is not programmed to privilege her presence any more than the adjacent objects." - from EMPAC event press release.



Co-starred in Mati Diop's film Snow Canon, which opened at the 2011 Venice Film Festival. Watch the film here. Press conference linked here


Am grateful to have performed as a member of Smegma and other members of LAFMS including Mike Kelley, Paul McCarthy, Tom Recchion, Joseph Hammer, Joe and Rick Potts, Vetza,  at the Getty Museum. 


Performed at the Time Based Arts Festival in Portland, Oregon on September 15, 2014 for Cinema Project's program "In Favor of Skepticism". This was a live interpretation of the original script for Guy Debord’s 1952 anti-film Hurlements en Faveur de Sade. This translation was done by Justin Katko with help from Nour Mobarak and Camille Paloque-Berges and was published in Hot Gun!



Performances with Brenna Murphy in Milan, Italy and on a boat in Antwerp, Belgium.

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