Archive of Philip Huang

TIWIW 2012 – This Is What [YOU] Want – Experiential

on June 18th, 2012 in DIY Production, Festival, Slider, Slides by | No Comments

  This Is What YOU Want – Experiential Presented as part of the This is What I Want Festival 30th June 2012 5pm-11pm at the Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission Street, San Francisco Free of Charge with reservation reserve your seat at EventBrite As the culminating event of the week-long…

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Global Consequences of Queer Unemployment by Philip Huang

on February 16th, 2012 in Article, Blog Salon, Mapping, Special Presentation by | 1 Comment

Dear unemployed queers. As you ponder whether and how to re-enter the workforce, I urge you to consider the net effect of your unemployment not just on your own life but upon those of your fellow citizens, indeed upon society at large, by asking a question that may not seem…

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BLOG SALON #2: On Queer Economies – FEB 13th through Feb 17th, 2012

on February 13th, 2012 in Blog Salon, DIY Production, Mapping, Special Presentation by | No Comments

About Release Dates About Instigated by Jesse Hewit and Ernesto Sopprani, this virtual salon gathers some of SF’s best queer contermporary art makers.  Prompted with a question we all grapple with every day, art makers share with us how do they make “it” happen.  We look at what tactics, currencies,…

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A Question of Legacy; A text Inspired by Pina Bausch by Tessa Wills

on January 17th, 2012 in Article, Mapping by | 2 Comments

  Pina Bausch’s company Tanztheater Wuppertal from Germany visited Berkley to perform Danzón in December 2011. It gives me an opportunity to crystalise some questions which bang around for me constantly as a working artist living in the Bay Area, but trained in Europe. How is her work expanded, reflected,…

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We are Makers – A Community Mapping Initiative

on August 11th, 2011 in Mapping, Special Presentation by | No Comments

# “What percent of our world goes unmapped?  What hidden economic potential, support, intersecting roads would be find? YBCA and THEOFFCENTER look to erase perceived boundary lines and  invite local art making communities to declare their coordinates and find what roads might connect us to resources, intentions, and possible collaborations.”…

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Philip Huang – Our Poison

on June 9th, 2011 in Uncategorized by | 1 Comment

I had been publishing short stories and freelancing for magazines for a decade when the bottom fell out of my writing career.  I spent a year in a deep funk.  Then I woke up one day and decided I was going to do a show.  I’d never performed before.  Khalil…

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B(ART) Performance Participating Performers Update

on December 3rd, 2010 in Special Presentation, [PIS] by | No Comments

The day is upon us, tomorrow Saturday at 8pm, the lot of us will be gathering at Civic Center BART station and work out scores, propose ideas, form groups.  It will be great opportunity to bring already created scores, make them site specific, or simply re-enact them.  you could go…

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Performance Intervention Series [PIS] Presents: B(ART) Performance

on November 28th, 2010 in [PIS] by | No Comments

On December 4th, 2010 at 8pm, Come to Civic Center BART –  as Part of the PIS series we plan on transforming a BART train into a moving theater. On December 4th at 8pm an undisclosed number of participating performers will meet at Civic Center BART station and enact a…

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