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28 FEB 2019
Juliana Huxtable is a writer, poet, multimedia artist, DJ and LGBT activist. Her works explores the intersections of race, gender, queerness and identity. Originally from Texas, Huxtable moved to New York where she is a founder of the transgender inclusive parties Shock Value and member of the collective House of Ladosha. She is the published author of two books where we can find poems, performance scripts and essays. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at MoMA PS1, Whitney Museum and New Museum in New York and at the ICA and Frieze Projects in London. At Serralves, she presents Triptych, a music performance for electronics, voice, harp, drums and video. Triptych is an assemblage of sounds rooted in Huxtable’s workshopping with frequent collaborator Joe Heffernan and the harpist Ahya Simone, exploring the experience of a subject dissolving into their flesh through fear, joy or excitation.

Image: Juliana Huxtable. Photo by Nathan Bajar (New York Times)
  • LocationAuditorium
  • Schedule22h00 - 23h00
  • Days28 FEB 2019
  • Price€ 7,50
  • Serralves Friend€ 3,75

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