As part of her ongoing Nomadic Studio Practice Experiment, in which the artist has relocated the entire contents of her studio as well as herself to a gallery on the third floor, Dawn Kasper will present three scheduled performances within her new studio space. The content, form, and participants of each performance will be determined in the preceding weeks, as Kasper works in and interacts with her exhibition space and the Museum as a whole. Kasper’s performances are often bombastic, highly personal investigations into communication, persona, artistic activity, and the history of live art.
Free with Museum admission. Space is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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