Friday, April 04, 2008

Anyone who would like to see the differences between art in Baltimore and D.C. underlined need look no further than the fifth annual Transmodern Festival.

Tonight at Load of Fun you can see Virginia Warwick, an artist who will be included in our new performance art series this Fall at the AAC.

Virginia has a knack for confrontation and the absurd. In the past, she's donned a squirrel costume--yes, a squirrel costume--and has either tried to force-feed her audience pizza...or has physically attacked them. The results are typically both funny and uncomfortable.

Tonight Virginia hangs up the squirrel suit in favor of dressing as a sea turtle--presumably as part of the "undersea adventure" theme she's been pursuing lately.

Load of Fun Gallery is located at 120 W North Ave in Baltimore. Tickets are $10.00.

From what I understand, there's no schedule--things get started at 8:00 and all of the performers will be doing their respective stuff all over the building, simultaneously. How very Baltimorean.


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Its going to be fabulous.

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Blogger alex said...

Its going to be fabulous.

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