INVERSE Residency

Thanks to dynamic curatorial/organizational duo Emma Saperstein and Cynthia Post Hunt, I had the chance to work with the participants of the INVERSE performance art residency program at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, CA. For two days, we worked on semiotics, affect transfer, and other elements of live art. I then performed a sequence of actions for and with those present. The residency also culminated in an exhibition of work by participants (to which i contributed a video/installed action).

 

 

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