21st Century Judy Chicago (or: How I learned to love dry ice and road flares)

Maybe I’ll write more about this later, but for now I’ll just tell you that sometimes all you need to do is answer a call for help and you could be well on to one of the more amazing experiences of your life so far.
I’m talking about answering the call for volunteers by Silverlake based Materials and Applications, to participate in a re-envisioning of Judy Chicago’s 1968, dry ice and road flares, performance installation “Disappearing Environments” to kick off the performance art series of Pacific Standard Time.


Dry ice and road flares Dry ice and road flares

Here’s a little interview I did about my experience for www.PerformanceArtist.com. Hope you enjoy!

**photos by Michael Fox

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