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Christine Shan Shan Hou

CHRISTINE SHAN SHAN HOU is a poet and arts writer living in Brooklyn, NY.

Feminist Killjoys

“What would it look like if people with female bodies enjoyed unlimited possibilities for transformation?” Lee provocatively asks in the program notes. The stage is carefully prepared for such transformations: A pristine, white floor serves as a blank slate, while a glowing three-dimensional screen suspended above offers endless possibilities for décor.

Neither Here Nor There

In the works of Jen Rosenblit and Vanessa Anspaugh, bodies float aimlessly like cumulus clouds—expanding, dividing, disappearing—and leave thick, foggy patches in their wake.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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