Dan Mohr is an accomplished vocalist, keyboard player, songwriter, composer, improviser and performer. He has contributed his talents to an incredibly diverse array of music, theatre, dance, film and performance projects. He is a graduate of Bennington College, where he studied with the likes of Thomas Bogdan, Amy Williams and Meredith Monk. In addition to his solo work, he plays and sings regularly with the bands DRMWPN and Relaxation Record, and singer/songwriter Jeff Harms. Recent projects include "Stridulate: hybrid forms in voice & movement," a performance collaboration with choreographer Rachel Damon funded by the 2008 Crosscut program and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs; "collision_theory", a year-long series of improvised performances by musicians and dancers he is co-curating with Damon as part of Links Halls Artistic Associates program; and "Decline of Ballooning," a new play by frequent collaborator Brian Torrey Scott for which he wrote and performed an original score. His first record, "Guns, Aloe," is available at most online retailers of intangible music media. He is currently recording its follow-up, "If you let people walk all over you, do you become a place?"