The Past is a Grotesque Animal – Macklin Kowal interviews Mariano Pensotti

The Past is a Grotesque Animal – Macklin Kowal interviews Mariano Pensotti

    Earlier this week Macklin Kowal, local choreographer and maker of performance art interviewed Mariano Pensotti about this work.  Here are the transcripts of the meeting. ——————————– Macklin: I was struck when I read your comments on the past, a central theme in El Pasado es un animal grotesco: “The…

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AN ECONOMY OF LOVE. by Anna Martine Whitehead.

As I see it, there is now only one way left to talk about ourselves. And first we must close our eyes.Imagine yourself under water. You are a human being, submerged in the depths, able to breath through your human-gills, able to walk along the ocean floor and fraternize with…

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My economy has always been a patchwork quilt. I balance at least four elements of living in the material world at all times — in a way, five, because I am the head of my household (something as a queer girl I always assumed I might have to do, but…

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About a month ago, one of my closest friends had a pretty major health scare. Being the good West Coast queer I am, one of the first things I did was call a friend and ask her to whip up a batch of her herbal Trauma Tea to tamper the…

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Queers Generate Value by…

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