Program Schedule

Saturday, February 29th

10:15am – 6:00pm
[Performance]

All-day Event
Location: Hack Arts Lab

Performance Description: Originally designed as a way for men in the gay community to communicate sexual preferences in oppressive or even dangerous environments, the handkerchief code has its roots in frontier culture where the scarcity of women led to social dances where handkerchiefs were worn to signal the role of male and female dancers.

Expanding on cruising cultural history, Spectrum Services is an audience-engagement performance that includes both sexual and gender non-conforming indices of identity in its code list of desires. 

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11:00am – 12:00pm
[Performance]

Estimated Duration: 60mins
Location: MADD Center Entrance

Performance Description: JCSpaceRadio’s Frequency Workout is a participatory physical, visual, and sonic experience allowing bodies to saturate in optimal frequencies for major organs including the brain, heart, lungs, and stomach. The experience starts with a playful, guided warm-up to tune into our own and each others’ frequencies. The workout builds into a collective structured improvisation with opportunities for making sounds together. Through the process of movement interaction, participant bodies become united with the creation of the changing light and sound happening within the space.

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6:30pm – 7:30pm
[Performance]

Estimated Duration: 60 mins

Location:
Hack Arts Lab VR Hub

Performance Description: “The Weird Algorithm” is a karaoke bot that rewrites song lyrics using phrases from a given text file. Every combination of source and song yields a different result, be it “Eye Of The Tiger” with replacement lines from transcripts of The X-Files, or “Toxic” with lines from Yelp reviews.

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Sunday, March 1st

10:15am – 6:00pm
[Performance]

All-day Event
Location: Hack Arts Lab

Performance Description: Originally designed as a way for men in the gay community to communicate sexual preferences in oppressive or even dangerous environments, the handerkerchief code has its roots in frontier culture where the scarcity of women led to social dances where handkerchiefs were worn to signal the role of male and female dancers.

Expanding on cruising cultural history, Spectrum Services is an audience-engagement performance that includes both sexual and gender non-conforming indices of identity in its code list of desires.

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