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Young Joon Kwak is an LA-based multi-disciplinary artist who primarily uses sculpture, performance, video, and community-based collaborations to reimagine bodies and the power structures that govern our everyday lives as mutable and permeable sites of agency. Kwak is the lead performer in the electronic-dance-noise band Xina Xurner, and the founder of Mutant Salon, a roving platform for collaborative installations and performances with their queer/trans/POC/mutant community.
Struggles with addiction, friendship, love, and the challenges of adulthood are at the center of the story. Jackie, a petty drug dealer, is just out of prison and trying to stay clean. He’s also still in love with his coke-addicted childhood sweetheart, Veronica.
A devised opera theater work featuring the music of George Walker, Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, and W.A. Mozart, with story and text devised by the students of Opera Workshop. Recorded and filmed remotely by the students of Opera…
The Rutgers University Mingus Ensemble, directed by Abraham Burton, presents Charles Mingus’ works “Profile of Jackie” and “Boogie Stop Shuffle,” featuring guest artists David Lee Jones (saxophone) and Walter White (trumpet). This event will premiere on the Mason…
Rutgers University Jazz Ensemble, directed by Conrad Herwig, presents a concert honoring the music of Professor Stanley Cowell, with guest artist Bill O’Connell. Featuring Cowell’s compositions “Blues for the Viet Cong” and “Equipoise.” This event…