12.03.2009

Artist Curated Projects presents
THREE WOMEN

Performances by
DAWN KASPER TAISHA PAGGETT NANCY POPP

DECEMBER 12th, 4-8 pm
@ the home of Eric Kim
2200 BRIER AVENUE, SILVER LAKE CA 90039

for more info please visit www.artistcuratedprojects.com

Taisha Paggett is a Los Angeles based dance artist and co-founder of the dance journal project itch. Her work and collaborations for the stage, gallery, and public sphere have been presented and supported by several venues throughout California as well as in Chicago, New York City and Utrecht, The Netherlands. She maintains an ongoing collaborative project “On movement, thought and politics” with visual artist Ashley Hunt and is a member of the audio action collective Ultra-red. She has worked extensively in the projects of Victoria Marks and David Rousseve/REALITY and holds an MFA from UCLA’s Department of World Arts and Cultures.

Nancy Popp is a Los Angeles-based artist working a range of media, including performance, video, drawing and photography. Her projects investigate the body as a site and a material, along with the risk and vulnerability of serious play. Recent exhibitions include Overflow at the Getty Research Institute, Untitled (Street Performances) at the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center, The Audacity of Desperation at Gallery PS122 in New York, Documental at Pilot Projekts in Dusseldorf, and Cheking Point at The Rex Cultural Center in Belgrade. She holds degrees from Art Center College of Design and the San Francisco Art Institute.

Dawn Kasper is a Los Angeles based performance and mixed media artist actively investigating existing and created emotional structures. She has performed at the Migros Museum Fair, Genenwartskunst in Zurich, Switzerland, the J. Paul Getty Museum, Art Positions: Art Basel Miami Beach, shown video at Art in General in New York, sculpture at Raid Projects, installation at Anna Helwing Gallery, and photos at Circus of Books Gallery in Los Angeles.

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