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The One that Got Away hopes a “Remedy” to Post-Production Blues

Screen still from Remedy website.

Screen still from Remedy website. Click image to view film trailer.

Support MFA dream of SVA graduate Cheyenne Picardo by contributing to the post-production of Remedy. On the film’s website, Picardo explains Remedy as “a narrative feature about a young woman who becomes a sex worker almost by accident – first as a dominatrix, then transitioning into a full-time professional submissive.”

In theory, Picardo could potentially delve into a taboo … Continue reading »

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A Critic Critiques Herself: Conversation Prostitution

A photograph of me during the performance

A pursuit to understand performance art has developed into an art of my own. I am an art critic as well as a “conversation prostitute,” who practices pseudo-therapy sessions sans legal license by simply talking and listening with viewers. During the opening of Wild House presented by WE-ARE-FAMILIA at The Yard, 2-26 50 Avenue, I sold a conversation for one dollar.

I derived my performance from a conversation between Jennifer … Continue reading »

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BOMBastic Bash, 2011, on Tuesday, March 1st

Courtesy of Antwan Duncan on ithinkyoureswell.com

Alternative to passé thought, art not only hangs on a wall to be viewed while nursing a highball of scotch. Art moves, dances, writes, sits, yawns—that is—when art happens to also be the artist. On Tuesday, March 1, BOMB Bash, 2011, clearly demonstrated the presence of performance in contemporary art ideology. Presented were six collaborations: FRANKLIN EVANS, NIALL NOEL JONES & PAUL DAVID YOUNG; JOYCE KIM & KATHARINA STENBECK; DEVILLE … Continue reading »

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