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Faith and Doubt in Experience: Thoughts on Marina Abramović’s “Generator”

  By Diana Crum   Being there is different than being at home. The lights are really bright in the white room. It’s quiet and still except for the muffled noise of distant construction, the ...

Apr, 19 · in Guest Writers

Close Ups

    puckered & gathered flat backs, side to side   turn me this way & that//hold my hand superheros on a Sunday maybe         the world doesn’t need saving tonight   ...

Mar, 14 · in Claudia's Blog

Writing Realness: Megan Kendzior

        saturation         i need to know why we i need to know why i i needed to be heard i needed you to see me       ...

Mar, 11

Writing Realness: Berioska Ipinza

    The day was very cold but it did not impact the large audience that came to view luciana achugar’s Otro Teatro: The Pleasure Project. I entered the space and couldn’t stop looking at ...

Mar, 11

Writing Realness: Nicole Birmann Bloom

  dancing with Miguel, Michelle, Ben…   Age & Beauty Part 1: Mid-Career Artist/Suicide Note or &:-/ This first of three sections (Part 3 is still in process) is about being an artist, gay, producing performances, ...

Mar, 11

Writing Realness: Nikima Jagudajev

    A pre-show nervousness makes me need to poop.  The complexities to this poop conundrum require that the excretion happen spontaneously without being forced. I equate my shitting with an emptiness that is necessary ...

Mar, 11

Writing Realness: Michael Freeman

  Jeremy Wade knows how to capture his audience’s attention. In Death Asshole Rave Video, it’s a visual and aural assault on the viewer’s senses; the stage is saturated with light and noise. In this ...

Mar, 11

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