“Practical Preparedness: How to Navigate a Riot” is currently featured on Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, an open-access, peer-reviewed online publication that addresses three needs in performance studies scholarship and practice: 1) expanding opportunities to share peer-reviewed work, 2) creating a space for the publication of multimedia texts and projects that are difficult or impossible […]
This live performance of “Navigating a Riot” at “Micromanagement,” an evening of performance curated by Sean Fletcher and Isabel Reichert, took place October 15, 2011 at the Performance Art Institute in San Francisco, CA. The performance consisted of a PowerPoint presentation covering step-by-step instructions for navigating any riot situation, an instruction card for each audience […]
Images from my performance of “Navigating a Riot” at “Micromanagement,” an evening of performance curated by Sean Fletcher and Isabel Reichert Oct 15, 2011 at the Performance Art Institute in San Francisco. Video coming soon!
Awesome news: I’m going to be performing my practical preparedness character LIVE in San Francisco on Oct 15 at the Performance Art Institute. Find the press release below: The Performance Art Institute of San Francisco presents:An evening of 16 experimental performance artists with an overbearing interest in their audience San Francisco, CA – conceptual artist […]