Filmmaker, video artist, and past aWLp collaborator, Charles Atlas’ The Illusion of Democracy will be displayed at MoMA from June 2nd through July 30th. The trilogy is part of the museum’s Inbox series: using choreographed numbers to evoke our digitized society and commenting on technology’s influence on art and life. Also on display is Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends. Atlas collaborated on its lighting, sound and moving image design.
Read New York Times’ breakdown of Hedwig and the Angry Inch’s national tour with the best punch lines from each city. John Cameron Mitchell’s Obie Award-winning cult favorite continues to champion for gay rights and individualistic artistry while satirizing the widespread rise of gentrification. Now at the Boch Center’s Shubert Theatre in Boston through June 11.