Jesse Hewit – Seriously…you guys.

Jesse Hewit – Seriously…you guys.

  I like people, feelings, and not talking. Ultimately, I’ve studied each of these things with fervor, and the intersections therein have led me to where I am. I’m gay and feel very complicated things about homosocializing institutions, about pleasure and bodies/my body, and I generally trust my physicalizations far…

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Mica Sigourney – Queer. Is. Such. A. Loaded. And. Annoying. Word.

Mica Sigourney – Queer. Is. Such. A. Loaded. And. Annoying. Word.

Note to the reader: This is an extreme work in progress. I’m not apologizing for it in advance, I’m just saying that if you don’t like it it’s because it’s unfinished and if you do like it know that you will like it so much more later on, and that…

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m. a. brooks – i am queer

m. a. brooks  – i am queer

  If I could take all my parts with me when I go somewhere, and not have to say to one of them, “No, you stay home tonight, you won’t be welcome,” because I’m going to an all-white party where I can be gay, but not Black. Or I’m going…

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Jai Arun Ravine – Illuminations, Lineages and Gestures

Jai Arun Ravine – Illuminations, Lineages and Gestures

Illuminations  Gabriel Todd’s “Loneranger pt 1” video, in the way Gabriel maps survival strategies for a queer of color spacetime, in the way Gabriel imagines temporality, landscape and the tunneling and hovering of queer desire. Alicia Ohs yelling “I WANT YOU TO EAT NAILS! THAT’S WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR!” in “when I die,…

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Matthew Milo Sergi – “Common Slippage”

Matthew Milo Sergi – “Common Slippage”

Common Slippage By Matthew Milo Sergi   If a performer is queer-identified, does that mean her work is queer performance? If a performer is not queer-identified, can she still produce queer performance? The ways that Robert Avila and his interview subjects employ the term queer in April’s SF Bay Guardian article…

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Anna Martine Whitehead – “Outside and Outside”

Anna Martine Whitehead – “Outside and Outside”

Outside and Outside by Anna Martine Whitehead During a panel discussion of queer choreographers and performers at the CSU East Bay Queer Dance Festival earlier this year, someone asked the $100 million question: What makes your work so queer?” Moderator and Dandelion Dancetheatre Artistic Director Eric Kupers was quick to…

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Counting down to ZEROPOINT

THEOFFCENTER signs on as a community partner for ZEROPOINT – continuing the conversation about hybridity and collaboration, and deepening the connection with our mentors in creating radical and socially conscious work.   Artistic Roots Having founded the legendary performance group Contraband from which the likes of Keith Hennessy, Kathleen Hermesdorf…

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