Usdan Performance Art: Caged Humans

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If you walked past the display case next to the ATM side of Usdan today during lunchtime, you couldn’t miss these dancers writhing in slow motion, breaking down the barrier between real space and performance space in the campus center.

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They’re probably still there.

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[EDIT] More info (and video footage of the movement explorers) at the Blargus:

The movement installation is being put on by the CCR Task Force, and will be happening from 10 am – 6 pm until Saturday. Just in time for Homecoming/Family weekend! Have fun explaining this to your parents, frosh.

If you’re interested in signing up for a 2-hour shift in the display case, contact Mark McCloughan ’10 at mmccloughan@wes.

13 thoughts on “Usdan Performance Art: Caged Humans

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  2. Abraham Lincoln

    “…you couldn’t miss these dancers writhing in slow motion, breaking down the barrier between real space and performance space in the campus center.”

    Ohhhhh. Is that what they were doing? Now I get it. ‘Cause I thought they were an educational public service display demonstrating the horrific conditions of the mentally unfit in the sex-slave industry…

    Thanks Wesleying for clearing up yet another Wes-mystery.

  3. Abraham Lincoln

    “…you couldn’t miss these dancers writhing in slow motion, breaking down the barrier between real space and performance space in the campus center.”

    Ohhhhh. Is that what they were doing? Now I get it. ‘Cause I thought they were an educational public service display demonstrating the horrific conditions of the mentally unfit in the sex-slave industry…

    Thanks Wesleying for clearing up yet another Wes-mystery.

  4. anony

    i saw it. awesome.

    btw, i think you need to reset your clock, sheek. you’re post claims to be one hour in the future (at least on my browser)

  5. anony

    i saw it. awesome.

    btw, i think you need to reset your clock, sheek. you’re post claims to be one hour in the future (at least on my browser)

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