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Artists-In-Residence 2017

Evil Nigger: A Five-Part Performance for Julius Eastman by Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste and LaMont Hamilton

Sat 20 Jan, 2018, 8pm,
The Kitchen

Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste completes his ISSUE residency in collaboration with LaMont Hamilton January 19th - 20th at The Kitchen. The performance features the duo sequentially performing all five of their previously staged “parts” of Julius Eastman’s 1979 composition “Evil Nigger” as a 24 hour interpretive cycle.

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Jeremy Touissant-Baptiste by Texas Isaiah; Byron Westbrook by Anna KO; Kabir Carter by Marcus Lieberenz; Antenes by Erez Avissar.

Artists-In-Residence 2017

Ongoing Series

ISSUE announces the selection of Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste, Byron Westbrook, Kabir Carter, and Antenes as Artists-In-Residence presenting new works in the 2017 season. ISSUE's residency program commissions emerging NY artists to create challenging time-based works.

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Evil Nigger Part IV at ISSUE Project Room in May, 2017, Photo by Cameron Kelly

Artists-In-Residence 2017

Evil Nigger Part V: A Five Part Performance for Julius Eastman by Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste and LaMont Hamilton

Sun 08 Oct, 2017, 8pm,
22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

Artist, designer and composer Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste continues his 2017 ISSUE residency, collaborating with interdisciplinary artist LaMont Hamilton at ISSUE Project Room on Sunday, October 8, 2017. The performance is the collaborative duo’s fifth performance around Julius Eastman’s 1979 composition, “Evil Nigger.”

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Jeremy Touissant-Baptiste by Texas Isaiah; Byron Westbrook by Anna KO; Kabir Carter by Marcus Lieberenz; Antenes by Erez Avissar.

Artists-In-Residence 2017

Ongoing Series

ISSUE announces the selection of Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste, Byron Westbrook, Kabir Carter, and Antenes as Artists-In-Residence presenting new works in the 2017 season. ISSUE's residency program commissions emerging NY artists to create challenging time-based works.

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