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RUBBERBANDance, from Montréal, will perform this week at USC. Artistic director Victor Quijada—who founded the troupe “to reconcile the opposing aesthetics of street styles and classical dance”—will participate in a post-performance Q & A.   RUBBERBANDANCE—VIC’S MIX, Tuesday, March 20, at 7:30 pm. BOVARD AUDITORIUM, USC, 3551 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles. visionsandvoices.usc.edu/event rubberbandance.com/en RUBBERBANDance performing Vic’s Mix. Image […]


"PARIS LA is born of shared perspectives. It’s a project, like a love story, that comes from the feeling of being in one place, thinking about another. A place between two cities, between scenes, between people, that exists only in the space of our imagination. In Paris, dreaming of the Pacific. Speaking French in LA. And it’s as true as a clear blue sky above us."—Dorothée Perret, Founder Editor (Paris, November 9, 2008)

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Vivienne Dick arrived in New York City from Ireland just as second-wave feminism was rising and Manhattan was crumbling. In the 1970s, you could move to the city with little in your pocket, live in a flat with the bathtub in the kitchen, survive on a part-time salary, and go out every night… unaware that […]

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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, William Basinski, and T.J. Hustler are the subjects of the premiere issue of Jess Scott’s new, print-only, oral-history quarterly QUINTO QUARTO. Join Jess and Ooga Booga for the launch this weekend.   QUINTO QUARTO QUARTERLY launch, Sunday, March 4, from 3 pm to 6 pm. OOGA BOOGA, 943 North Broadway, suite #203, Chinatown, Los Angeles. oogaboogastore.com cargocollective.com/Q-Q-Q/ISSUE-1 […]



NOW, “the stimulating anticapitalist polemic by anonymous French collective Invisible Committee, follows up on the group’s prescient 2007 The Coming Insurrection—which gained mainstream notoriety as a hotly contested tract of the radical left—as well as that work’s 2014 sequel, To Our Friends. Referencing recent global crises and drawing on key strands in continental political theory, […]



The 1935 fistfight between André Breton and Ilya Ehrenburg is the focus of Shana Lutker’s CHAPTER 5: PHOSPHORESCENCE, PHEASANTS, AND UNPLEASANTS, a multimedia performance piece presented this weekend at Art Catalogues, followed by a book signing.   SHANA LUTKER—CHAPTER 5: PHOSPHORESCENCE, PHEASANTS, AND UNPLEASANTS, Sunday, March 4, at 4 pm. ART CATALOGUES, LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, […]