Experiments in performance, practice, and pedagogy.
Participate in situations for collective study with Lou Cornum, FORTUNE, Jonathan González & Marguerite Hemmings, Adelita Husni Bey, Niall Jones, Kevin Quashie, Julie Tolentino, and Simone White.
Photos by Constance Mensh.
The full schedule can be found below and at the registration link.
Thursday, April 6
4:00pm: Pull Up, Simone White and Wilmer Wilson IV (R)
5:30pm: What Might Live in a Word and a Sentence, Kevin Quashie (S)
7:00pm: djamn, Jonathan González and Marguerite Hemmings (R)
Friday, April 7
11:00am: Thinking with Poems, Kevin Quashie (S)
4:00pm: Critical Infrastructures, Adelita Husni Bey (R)
7:30pm: Making Life in the Wastelands, Lou Cornum (R)
10:00pm: Hahaha, 2023, Niall Jones (S)
Saturday, April 8
1:00pm: Critical Infrastructures, Adelita Husni Bey (R)
4:00pm: ON TOUCH, Julie Tolentino (S)
5:00pm: On Necessary Work + I Am Somebody, Adelita Husni Bey (R)
8:00pm: < p a r t y > (S)
Come early and stay late to linger in these installations.
The Water Fountain, Organized by FORTUNE (S)
Physical Education, Organized by Andrew J. Smyth (S)
(S) = Slought, (R) = Rotunda
Support provided by The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation. Cosponsored by the Center for Experimental Ethnography; the Department of English, The Department of Fine Arts, the Department of History of Art; GAPSA; the Gender Sexuality and Women’s Studies Program; The Gender and Sexuality Reading Group (Gen/Sex); the LGBT Center; the Poetry & Poetics Working Group; the Theatre Arts Program; and the Wolf Humanities Center. With support from the Emily and Jerry Spiegel Fund to Support Contemporary Culture and Visual Arts and the Lise and Jeffrey Wilks Family Foundation Artist Residency.