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Keyon Gaskin

AARON SPENCER
7:37 pm Friday-Sunday, Nov. 15-17., Saturday November 16 | $11-$16.
Performance Works NW
4625 SE 67th Ave.
 
Tempowaryly: Seriously Frivolous, the first evening-length work in Portland by Keyon Gaskin, is an abstract piece of performance art about the inability to know—an obvious thesis for a piece packed with random and obscure acts. In an excerpt at Studio 2 in September, performers Jen Hackworth and Rosana Ybarra wore saggy boy undies and paraded around an audience that was seated in chairs scattered about the floor. Ybarra stuffed dried lavender in her mouth. Hackworth screamed at some books. Both worked together to stretch red fabric around audience members. It takes a very open mind to appreciate.

Where: Performance Works NW
Phone: 777-1907
Address: 4625 SE 67th Ave.
Website: http://tempowary.brownpapertickets.com/

 
 

Performance Works NW

4625 SE 67th Ave.
Portland , OR
 
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