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LACE is delighted to host the launch of the latest edition of NATIVE STRATEGIES\, the performance art journal of Los Angeles! This limited edition issue looks closely at the ways performance artists use ritual and whose work draws inspiration from the images and affectations of spiritual ity. These artists occupy wildly divergent positions relating to their audi ence\; this is the congregation we call an artistic community. The featured artists' performances at Human Resources this past February 1st and 2nd ra nged in tone\, from sincerity and gentleness\, to humor and fierceness.\n
Also at stake in this issue is the notion of the document as an activator of performance. Tanya Rubbak's essay on the subject of des ign as mediumship was put into action as the artists created separate small documents integrated into their performances as totemic objects\, maps\, g uides\, and offerings.\n
NS#3 features interviews with < strong>Sam White\, Cynthia Carr\, Samara Golden\, Alexa Weir\, Liz Glynn\ , Jane Brucker\, Rafa Esparza\, S ignify\, Sanctify\, Believe\, an d Amanda Yates\, with essays by Tanya Rubbak and Brian Getnick. Designed by Tanya Rubbak\n
We are excited to present at the launch
a performance by Lee Relvas of
All ticket sa les directly support the artists.
LOCATION:Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)\,6522 Hollywood Blvd.
\nLos Angeles\, CA 90028
SUMMARY:Native Strategies Issue 3 Launch + Lee Relvas Performance\, Lee Rel
Lee Relvas is an artist and musician with a solo project e ntitled Rind. She works with multi-media projects about ki nship structures\, both experienced and imagined\, structurally built throu gh the feelings of scarcity and abundance\, loneliness and community\, prop hetic pasts and projected future felt by the artist through participating i n various and overlapping DIY\, feminist\, and queer scenes and friendship networks. She has performed at house shows\, basements\, warehouses\, backy ards and other venues throughout the US\, as well as at Art in General\, Su zanne Geiss Company\, Dumbo Arts Center\, The Sculpture Center\, and Orchar d\, all in NYC\, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions\, The National Gay an d Lesbian Archives in Los Angeles\, ISpace\, Gallery 400\, Green Lantern\, and the Co-Prosperity Sphere\, all in Chicago. Revlas' work has been review ed in the New York Times\, ArtNews\, The Comics Journal\, The Journal of Ae sthetics and Protest\, Proximity Magazine\, Chicago Reader\, TimeOut Chicag o\, and New City\, and has received grants from the Chicago Department of C ultural Affairs\, the Critical Fierceness grant\, and a sonic artist reside ncy at the Experimental Sound Studio in Chicago. Having spent formative yea rs in Chicago and a brief stint in the Bay Area\, she now lives in Los Ange les. More on her work at kinshipstructures.org/home.html