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Fox Whitney

DRIVE WOLVES MAD

“This work dances with doubt: who is predator and who is prey, who is friend and who is enemy, who is subject and who is object?” Fox Whitney analyzes Jenny Peterson and Kaitlin McCarthy’s latest work.

GIRL IN LATE AUGUST

Coriolis’ Girl in Late August, choreographed by Madeleine Gregor, resists oppressive expectations for cis women through embodied collectivity.

ANTIDOTE FOR APATHY

Fox Whitney finds “practical and poetic connections” between Co-Performance and Party: Show 6 and the movement toward collective liberation.

TO GATHER WITH PURPOSE

“Here in Seattle many of us have the freedom to come together…To do so is a gauge of our own personal freedoms. How we show up for our communities matters as much as the art being shared.”

THE CAMERA IS AN ANIMAL

In Will Rawl’s [siccer], layers of Black and queer cultural context reflect the complexities of language, representation, and narrative control.