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Wu Tsang: Artist Talk

Sunday, November 17, 7pm
TPW R&D
1256 Dundas Street W.

Join us for a talk with Los Angeles-based artist Wu Tsang. Looking at recent and current projects, Tsang will focus the discussion on his performance practice of “Full Body Quotation.” The event includes a screening of the 9-minute film For How We Perceived a Life (Take 3), produced during a residency at the New Museum that worked with the contested canon of transgender cinema and specifically Jennie Livingston’s Paris Is Burning (1990).

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Accompanying Event

Wu Tsang: Show's Over

October 4 – November 16

Gallery TPW is pleased to present an exhibition by Los Angeles filmmaker, artist and performer Wu Tsang. Tsang’s work draws on legacies of vocal performance, re-enactment, trans/queer representation, and anti-oppression activism to stage the complex relationships between individual and collective subjects and the charged dynamics of the body, identity, voice and politics.

Header Image:

Wu Tsang, Still from For How We Perceived a Life (Take 3), 2012.
Courtesy the artist and Clifton Benevento.