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black.flesh: a litany for resistance
March 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
“black.flesh: a litany for resistance” is a meditation on isolation, abjection, and Black rage. This performance piece delves into the idiosyncrasies of movement, gesture, and form to construct a narrative of black queer subjectivity under the duress of this heightened historical moment. The main question to be raised by Yasin “Ya-Ya” Fairley: “When does truth-telling become politicized?” This piece will move through various emotive states to give shape to a complex rendering of identity (race, gender, sexuality). Sound, text, costume, and props will help create an environment that gestures to what Ya-Ya calls, “an erotics of racism” (borrowed from Dr. Sharon P. Holland).
This event is free and open to the public.
CEUs are available for $10, payable by cash or check at the event.
Please direct inquiries to Irene Ota