Movement: Jasmine Hearn
Jasmine Hearn is a Bronx based choreographer, performer, and dancer. A native Houstonian, she graduated magna cum laude from Point Park University with her B.A. in Dance. Jasmine travels around the world to showcase her choreographic work and to participate in multidisciplinary collaborations. Receiving a 2017 Bessies Award for her performance as a part of the Skeleton Architecture, she is currently a collaborator with filmmaker, Alisha B. Wormsley.
Words: Jay Weingarten
Jay Keery Weingarten is an active commodifier of their own queerness on many levels, the most obvious of which is that they quite literally sell gay merch to an audience of mostly straight people. They are attending the University of Massachusetts Amherst in order to receive a Masters in Poetry so as to commodify queerness from a more privileged platform, using flourishes of fancy language to dazzle and entice their straight peers. If it makes you feel better about the money you’re spending on this performance, they’ve recently been published in Pilot Press London’s Queer Anthology of Rage as well as featured in Girls Like Us magazine, both publications highly recommended for straight people to check out.
Music: Mike Bullock
Mike Bullock is a composer, improviser, visual artist, and writer based in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts.Bullock has been performing since the mid 90s at venues across the US and in Europe, including Fylkingen in Stockholm, Sweden; Instants Chavirés in Paris; Café OTO in London; Experimental Intermedia and ISSUE Project Room in New York City; The Philadelphia Museum of Art; and EMPAC in Troy, NY. In June 2015, Bullock received a Performance Grant from the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. Bullock is an Ambassador for The Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland [KREV] and also serves as the KREV Minister of Fine Noise and Light.