Join the No Wave Performance Task Force at BIPAF (Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival) as tART member Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow opens this Thursday with her new performance “Gone gold”. 

BIPAF is the 1st and perhaps the only event of its kind which is the whole month of July. A must see event.
Wrapping it up for the last week I’ll be performing a new participatory piece titled, “Gone gold”.
I’ll be the 1st act of the evening at 8pm and hoping to reel everyone in. Literally!

In the performance, “Gone gold” members of the audience are invited to partake in an ancient recreational pastime.  The artist hopes to illustrate moments of leisure, tranquility, danger and renewal by being the force in each of the activities that occur with live fish.


This is a presentational and participatory performance that should be approximately 20 minutes.

In the score, members of the audience are invited to participate in the act of fishing.

The artist will carry out such items needed to perform this act.

*This act may be offensive to those who are strict vegans or vegetarians.


Here are the details:

Thursday, July 25, 8-11pm   FREE Admission
Feminist ReVolution: We Are Scores

@Panoply Performance Laboratory
104 Meserole Street, Brooklyn, NY

Chloë Bass, Ivy Castellanos, Fauziya, Lindsey Drury, Coralina Meyer, Kaia Gilje and Paige Fredlund, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, and Jolie Richardo are scores for social interaction and event, positing themselves as formal scores for feminism.

Curated/Structured by Esther Neff

Hope to see you all!



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