A renowned gender theorist and a female drag performer move language and gestures as they trade stories and share bodywork. A gender-ambiguous performer and a trans and queer scholar volley moments of physical intensity and textual analysis in a lecture-demonstration format. These were just some of the ways that the fall 2017 Bridge Project’s Radical Movements festival challenged performance models for dialogic exchange and what constitutes a radical body in motion.
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New York University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology