PAJ 100 – Performance New York

PAJ has published its 100th issue! PAJ 100 features several generations of artists, curators, critics, and presenters responding to the main themes of the issue: Belief, Being Contemporary, Performance and Science, and Writing and Performance. The issue also includes conversations with artists on working downtown, curating performance, and theater/art crossovers. Six artists contribute portfolios of their drawings.

To celebrate PAJ 100 there will be two public events. On two evenings several contributors to PAJ 100 will present their response on important themes in the issue at the SoHo gallery, Location One (26 Greene St., NYC). All programs are Free and Open to the Public.

Tuesday, January 24, at 7:00 pm
Belief – In a world where so many values have been questioned and contested in this era of great transformation on a global scale, what do you still believe in?


-Barbara Hammer,
-Gregory Whitehead,
writer & radio producer
-Alison Knowles,
Fluxus artist & performer
-George Quasha,
poet & visual artist
-Lenora Champagne,
performer & writer

Wednesday, January 25, at 7:00 pm
Being Contemporary –
What makes a play, a performance, a piece of music, or an essay contemporary? What does the search for the contemporary mean to the arts and to the public today?


-Joan Jonas,
visual artist & performer
-Linda Weintraub,
curator & writer
-Martha Wilson,
visual artist & curator
-Kenneth Collins,
theater director
-Claire Bishop,
curator & writer

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