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Kembra Pfahler: Availabism and Anti-Naturalism + A Conversation with Claywoman
11 August 2012
Kembra Pfahler is an artist and musician. Her work explores a number of themes, including sexuality, image, punk, feminism, anti-naturalism, availablism and more. She has been a major figure on New York's underground art scene since the early 1980s, while she is perhaps best known as the lead singer of glam punk band The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black.
A Conversation WIth Claywoman is written and performed by Michael Cavadias- an informal Q&A with this 500 million year old enigma who has been a touchstone of hope for many lost souls through the ages.
Claywoman promises to reveal what she has carried in her luggage all this time, as well as explain how she has managed to persevere for these hundreds of millions of years.
Based on a piece originally directed by Rob Roth.
Concession/Group Prices: 50% off (limited availability)