Presented in conjunction with the Resistance and Rebellion convening, join us for Dean Moss' johnbrown at the Walker Art Center.
"Mr. Moss layers national narratives and personal narratives, moving bodies and moving images, haunting songs and heated conversations in ways that leave us contemplating the future by way of the past." -New York Times
In this dense and precisely executed work, Dean Moss creates a performative meditation on the complicated, controversial legacy of 19th-century abolitionist John Brown. Moss integrates transfixing choreography, visual design, video, theater, and community participation to question not only the turbulent past of a historical figure but also the racial, gender, and generational processes at play in the inquiry. This ambitious socio-historical critique offers a fascinating intersection of ideas, identities, and ideologies.
Co-presented by the Walker Art Center.
Visit www.walkerart.org for details and ticketing. Walker members and Resistance and Rebellion ticket holders receive a discount.