Judy Hussie-Taylor, Ishmael Houston Jones, Will Rawls and over a 112 artists, undertook a labor of revisionist history and artistic accomplishment that is clearly one for the books historic…Lost and Found Ends, but WE WILL NOT REST IN PEACE.
How will we ever go back after the planting that guest curator Eva Yaa Asentawaa sowed during last week’s “the skeleton architecture, or the future of our worlds?”
It’s basically “A Christmas Carol” meets the Spectrum [queer club in Brooklyn]. (maniacally laughs).
Maura shares thoughts on a few works at American Realness and Focus Dance.
Culturebot’s completely unbiased guide to January Festival Season in NYC. At your service to help manage the Madness.
Ishmael Houston-Jones’ THEM at PS122 calls out a rousing alarm from the darkness of the AIDS crisis while Kidd Pivot’s DARK MATTERS treads more lightly on the existential dark within.
The sort of stuff I thought about last night watching Chris Cochrane, Ishamel Houston-Jones, and Dennis Cooper’s “Them” at PS 122.
Are you a boy, do you like to dance, are you fearless, do you want to perform at both the New Museum and Performance Space 122 in the same month? How do you feel about dancing with a dead goat? Be a part of this historic reconstruction, 25 years later.
Here’s video of Ishmael Houston-Jones’ speech at the PS122 benefit: courtesy of Jeremy X. Halpern.