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Native Strategies: N(enter)S: Performance
6522 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028


July 27th 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
 
N(enter)S installation at LACE., N(enter)S installation at LACE.
© Courtesy of Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)
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Performance
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Native Strategies continues Issue #5: Music Issues - the privileging and negation of bodies of sound  with a weekend of performances and dialogue on the N(enter) S stage. Performers and musicians from disparate artistic worlds of music and sound production will gather at LACE to perform to and for each other. 

ABOUT NATIVE STRATEGIES
Native Strategies is a network of performance art makers, producers and critical thinkers who seek to invigorate and make globally visible Los Angeles’s performance art community. Co-directed by Brian Getnick and Tanya Rubbak, Native Strategies is a 5 year long study (2011 – 2016) of LA performance modalities through the creation of 10 differently themed performance series and 10 uniquely designed journals, resulting in a book. This summer they welcome guest curator Jules Gimbrone to collaborate on N (enter) S at LACE and Issue # 5: Music Issues- the privileging and negation of bodies of sound with a series of weekly performances of sound and music production from July 17 through July 31.

Sunday July 27 
1pm-2pm - Todd Lerew & Kevin Robinson
2pm-3pm - Morgan Lee Gerstmar & Xina Xurner
3pm-4pm - Weba Garretson & Ingrid Lee
4pm-5pm - Juliana Snapper, Performance and in conversation with Brian Getnick


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