International Womens' Day: Rebecca Goyette, Cranberry Cryalot & Human Juices
- This evening also includes conversations on domestic violence, and how to safely navigate the blurring of the lines between artist + viewer in performance art -
CRANBERRY CRYALOT & HUMAN JUICES
Embracing a fruitful multiplicity of sexual desire, Rebecca Goyette’s multimedia artwork delves into complex characters based partially in the real (scientific fact, Puritan history, the annals of witchcraft, Goddess worship and the paranormal) and partially in fantasy. Goyette recounts the psychosexual dramas of her direct ancestor, Rebecca Nurse, who was hanged as a Salem witch in her “Ghost Bitch” films, while embodying the mating rituals of lobster in her extensive series of costumed Lobsta Pornos. Rebecca Goyette is represented by Freight and Volume Gallery, NYC. She has exhibited internationally with solo shows at Freight and Volume, Spektrum: Art, Science and Community, Berlin, Germany, Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ and Galerie X, Istanbul, Turkey and group shows/performances at Museum of Sex, NYC, Whitney Museum of Art, NYC, Queens Museum of Art, Weisman Museum of Art, MN, KARST, Plymouth, England and Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmark, amongst others. Her work has been reviewed in the European television program Arté and in the Village Voice, Vice Magazine, Hyperallergic, Huffington Post, Playboy Magazine, Newsweek Magazine and Ms. Magazine. Goyette has also lectured and taught art making at the Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, School of Visual Arts, New York University, Cooper Union, Montclair University, Eyebeam and The New School.
Rebecca Goyette’s website is: www.rebogallery.com
GRACE EXHIBITION SPACE for INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE ART since 2006
182 AVENUE C. NEW YORK CITY, NY 10009
Grace Exhibition Space is devoted exclusively to Performance Art. We offer an opportunity to experience visceral and challenging works by the current generation of international performance artists whether emerging, mid career or established. OUr events are presented on the floor, not on a stage, dissolving the boundary between artist and viewer.
This is how performance art is meant to be experienced, and our mission is the glorification of performance art.
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This code promotes zero tolerance for harassment of any kind, including but not limited to sexual harassment and bullying. the commitments and definitions herein promote the creation and strengthening of safe(r) spaces that uphold the equitable treatment of all people regardless of their various identities and positionalities, including gender identity, race, age, ability, ethnicity, culture, immigration status, sexual orientation and identity, class position and economic background, and religious belief and affiliation.
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SPRING 2019 ~ always on a Friday
Doors 8:30 Performances 9:00 pm
Donations Accepted at Door, Suggested $5-20
September 13: Silver Spiders [International]
September 27: Curated by Sol Sax [NYC]
October 11: Nicola Fornoni [Italy]
October 25: Chun Hua Catherine Dong [Canada]
November 8: TBA
November 22: Non Grata Group [Estonia & beyond]