Roving Eye: The Gifted and Talented Clifford Owens
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"...Taken together, the four performances of the evening formed a strong testament to the genre's ability to mine the grounds of human condition. Jurado's playful, naked air guitar rehearsal brought together subconscious anxiety and teenage angst, while Kheradyar turned a strange beauty ritual--the bleaching and subsequent dying of her pubic hair--into a repeated series of emotionally detached minimalist gestures. Chung, in a more theatrical delivery, shared intimate narratives that investigated unsettling and shifting notions of identity and sexuality. In four different ways, they exposed the lasting angst provoked by a perceived state of vulnerability in today's context of crisis and structural uncertainty..."