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Tuesday, July 16th 2013


How are artists categorized via identity? How does the political operation of performance art relate with the artist's identity and how are identifications made for political and institutional reasons? What effects do identifications have on the audiences experiencing the work and on the artists themselves? Jolie Pichardo, Anna Kalwajtys and Karolina Kubik, Jon Konkol, Hoesy Corona. Each artist performs, the audience will be led from Glasshouse to Panoply Performance Laboratory, where performances will continue and a brief group talkback will occur. (image: Hoesy Corona)

SH!TSHOW: Queer Spectacle Lives On! GUEST CURATOR: Li Cata

Saturday, March 2nd 2013


SH!TSHOW is a caboose on the train of queer performing artists giving into their shameless impulses. We bring you our acts of self-creation and self-destruction to comfort you, disgust you, turn you on, make you feel connected, repulse you. Like our queer foremothers, we offer our tired organs to feed the soul that yearns for connection, stimuli, a chaotic world to reflect the chaotic self, an outward expression of love and anger to match the inward. Featuring a cadre of Baltimore artists and expatriates, SH!TSHOW meets one hungry city with another and bridges queers from across streets/ states/ stresses. Performers break the metes and bounds of genre, using fabric installation, costume, sculpture, dance theater, sound to break down the walls of the mundane and reveal the world’s guts. Revel in these guts with us.

Performers include: Hoesy Corona, fabric artist and performer. Jake Dibeler, choreographer and performer. Alexander D’Agostino, sculptor and dancer. Person Ablach, installation artist and performer. Lee Cata as Alex Vizzi, performance artist.

We ask for a donation to support the space and the artist, $1 to $10, in the hat.

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