Vulnerability is one of my primary values in my artistic value system, and it’s something I’m most drawn to in other people’s work. There’s no prescription that it must look a certain way, but there’s a certain presence of fragility and mortality in the work. Vulnerability is a daily practice for me… a rigorous daily practice to not clog myself up and numb myself out and be so guarded that I can’t participate in this life and in this world. — Faye Driscoll*
The third part of Driscoll’s Thank You for Coming trilogy—following Attendance and Play—THANK YOU FOR COMING: SPACE is the artist’s “solo” collaboration with the audience and an interactive set, presented this week at REDCAT in Los Angeles for three performances.
See link below for details.
Conceived, created, and performed by Faye Driscoll
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
September 15, 16, and 17, at 8:30 pm
631 West 2nd Street, downtown Los Angeles
Saturday’s performance is also available to watch virtually
*Amy Leona Havin, “Interview: Faye Driscoll,” Oregon Artswatch, December 19, 2021.
Faye Driscoll, Thank You for Coming: Space, photographs (4) by Maria Baranova, performance view, Montclair State University’s Peak Performances at Alexander Kasser Theater, 2019. Images © Maria Baranova, courtesy of Faye Driscoll and REDCAT.