We are pleased to announce Sunday Service: Buzz Slutzky presents….
For the 3rd iteration of our new performance series, Buzz Slutzky invites artists to present experimental or in-progress works around the theme of the “Slumber Party,” relating to trans aesthetics and childhood.
Artist lineup to be announced!
About the Curator
Buzz Slutzky is an artist, writer, and curator whose practice incorporates drawing, sculpture, performance, video, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Buzz Slutzky’s work is primarily focused on humorously investigating the relationship between individual self-identity and social/historical context. 2010-2012, Slutzky was a Curator of the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History, and has continued to organize art exhibitions relating to queerness, humor, politics, and history. Slutzky has exhibited, performed, and screened at Los Ojos, Cooper Union, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Boston Center for the Arts, La Mama, MIX, Frameline, Columbia College Chicago, Mindscape Universe (Berlin), among others. Slutzky earned their BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2010, and their MFA from Parsons the New School for Design in 2015, after which, they were a resident at the Vermont Studio Center. They currently teach a course in video post-production at the College of Staten Island, and later this year, will be a resident at the NARS Foundation in Brooklyn. www.buzzslutzky.com
About Sunday Service
Sunday Service is a curated series of short-form live performances across mediums. Taking place the first Sunday of each month in the Ready Room, a guest curator is invited to organize a salon style evening of in-progress works, performances, and presentations, anchored by a framing principle such as a question, proposition, theme, or formal structure. Sunday Service encourages works in progress and interdisciplinary endeavors showcased in a lo-fi environment to foster experimentation and critical discourse amongst peers.
Image: Annie (1982), Columbia Pictures