Katherine Bergeron is the owner of Entitled Cat Boston (luxury cat-sitting service), the Minister of Information for the Empire S.N.A.F.U. Restoration Project, and an actor/dancer for numerous Boston and NYC theater/film productions.
E. Stephen Frederick
E. Stephen Fredrick is the curator for The Empire S.N.A.F.U. Restoration Project. Empire S.N.A.F.U. has done installations and performances on street corners, in an old barn, in a brick boiler room beneath horse stables, an abandoned mental hospital, storefront galleries, former slaughterhouses, old squash courts, in a rusted ship that had been raised from the bottom of the ocean, empty strip malls, underground loft spaces, at a symposium for the physically altered in Vienna, Austria, and in popular nightclubs alongside popular musical performers including The Dresden Dolls, Walter Sickert & The Army Broken Toys, HUMANWINE, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Vulagris, Reverend Glasseye, and Members of DEVO, to name a few. In addition to Symphony Hall in Boston, S.N.A.F.U.’s work has also been displayed in prestigious NY galleries alongside original works by Picasso, Ernst Fuchs, and H.R. GIGER.