Text: Alec Coiro
Photo: Olimpia Dior
Catinca Tabacaru Gallery on Broome Street was the location for the vaudeville inspired performances assembled by Coco Dolle who curates under the moniker Milk and Night Curatorial. Not to be confined to a single role, however, Dolle also took the stage herself as part of the Legacy Fatale team (more about Dolle’s many projects can be found here). Also performing for Act III was the futuristic performance styling of Gage of the Boone; Ann Liv Young broke new ground by making the proceedings international, performing with her daughter; Artist-critic Heide Harty contributed her (in)famously provocative brand of performance; Miriam Parker’s performance was billed as “TRANS-mutation,” and her dance background synthesizes with her interests across media to create something unique.
Last Wednesday’s performance was described by Milk and Night as an assemblage of “voices, peep shows, satires, manifestos and queer visions of our city.” The images Olimpia provides here record this collection of visions with her unique flair.