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Jess Wilcox

Jess Wilcox is Programs Coordinator at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. She has worked on curatorial projects at SculptureCenter, Abrons Art Center, the International Studio and Curatorial Program, Performa, Storm King Art Center, among others. Her interests include translation, performativity, and personal and political identity.

NewARTtheatre: Evolutions of the Performance Aesthetic

While many familiar with the long and fluctuating relationship between the visual arts and theater may be dubious of the choice of “new” in this publication’s title—artists from the Dadas to Rauschenberg have employed theatrical tropes in their work—its pages capture the questions and concerns of a particular and unique moment within this fraught history.

The Choreographic by Jenn Joy

Jenn Joy does not cut a straight clear path to understanding what she terms The Choreographic, but rather guides the reader on a meandering journey through this “visual-sculptural-audial-philosophic practice.”

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The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2020

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