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PERFORMER RESPONSE: EMBODIED SUFFERING: THE LABOR OF WOMAN

Photo by Paul Hester

by Joanna Lugo

bell hooks once wrote, “There is a particular knowledge that comes from suffering. It is a way of knowing that is often expressed through the body, what it knows, what has been deeply inscribed on it through …

Posted Mar 15, 2017 by Taylor Hoblitzell in | | | | | |
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PERFORMER RESPONSE: WORKING WHEN NO ONE IS LOOKING

By Jenna Jacobs

The first time I walked I observed a sign spinner on the street corner. I thought to myself, “how is his work any different than what I am doing?” He definitely had more freedom in his actions, …

Posted Mar 14, 2017 by Taylor Hoblitzell in | | | | | | |
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PERFORMER RESPONSE: FEMINIST INTERVIEW

Performer Brittani Broussard

“Only in Your Way,” is a new collaborative piece between New York artists Heather Rowe and Kate Gilmore, an ongoing exhibition at DiverseWorks. The performance segment of the exhibition showcases different woman carrying an object as they walk a designated

Posted Mar 13, 2017 by Taylor Hoblitzell in | | | | |
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INTERN RESPONSE: Can you hear us?

BY NATALIA BARRIENTOS

Only in Your Way is loaded with the political anguish of today.

 

On an intensely painted red platform a woman,

who wears the same red and whose boots wear out with every step she takes

 walks …

Posted Feb 17, 2017 by dwintern in | | | |
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INTERN RESPONSE: ONLY IN YOUR WAY

Kate Gilmore & Heather Rowe: Only in Your Way, 2017

BY ERIN RIOLA

As the gallery filled with people, a roar of chatter filled the room. Filtering in amongst the voices were footsteps with intention, and a soulful pop voice singing “…I would only be in your way,” on repeat—

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