There is an open mic and a fantasy slow dance to memories yet to occur, and a dance party that is pretty cute. I fall in love for exactly 15 minutes and it’s the best.
We eventually spend less time on saddles and hats, and more time on trying to get inside that frictional feeling of being pressed into a hookup’s smelly, hairy crotch while he calls you “pretty.”
We share our sweat, our humidity, our heat. We weather it, as Kelly does inside the box.
“Does art actually DO anything? That’s very nestled into my concept of time travel.”
There’s a way that the people around me and with me have developed a way of interacting with the world and creating meaning with their bodies—with their physicality and their energy—that is in opposition to expectations.
An interview with Francis Weiss Rabkin
A virtual tour of being in residence in New Orleans.
Artist Cristina Victor and co-curator crystal am nelson discuss ass, Miami vs. San Francisco, and the potential for failure to be a good thing.
A queer reading of queer dance.