The acclaimed multidisciplinary creator, activist, performer, and 2021 La MaMa Artist-in-Residence John Sims will be presenting 2020: (Di)Visions of America, a series of workshopped-for-stage multimedia performances of works never before seen in New York City that melds performative letter writing, installation art, film, music, dance, and video gaming. This series, based on the themes of the Covid-19 pandemic, American policing, and Recoloration Proclamation – a 20-year project that confronts, and confiscates Confederacy iconography and symbols and spaces of American slavery – is a cry for help, hope and healing.
Venue: La Mama
416 Kent Avenue
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