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Charlotte Street Foundation proudly hosts Panoply Performance Laboratory, Future Death Toll, and Valerie Kuehne for Let’s Make a Mess, an evening of upwards of 20 performances over two hours, created in response to the current exhibition The Tyranny of Good Taste, now at la Esquina.

Date: Sunday, March 9th
Time: 7:30-9:30pm
Venue: la Esquina / 1000 W. 25th St / Kansas City, MO 64108
Tickets: Free, suggested donation $5-$10

Details: Dumpster-diving their way across mid-America, this multi-disciplinary tag team of artists will present responsive and relational performances, including body art, found objects, industrial noise music, and “low-brow” consumer waste (American cheese, stale donuts, hot glue, and wax). Reacting to the economic plight of artists working today, “Let’s Make a Mess” includes work that desperately and auto-poetically poses a politics that embraces non-dominant schemes for value, culture, and reality at large.

Additional Performing Artists: Brian McCorkle, Esther Neff, Valerie Kuehne, David Greiss, and Edward Sharp. The evening will also feature opening and closing performances by the Kansas City experimental music/performance collaboration outfit C.A.S.H.E.D., composed of Timothy Amundson (aka Timothy Abysmall) & Drew Roth (aka Piper Harrow).

Videos: View videos of previous live works by these artists: Panoply Lab, Valerie Kuehne, & Future Death Poll.

FACEBOOK EVENT

See more details in the full Press Release.

Charlotte Street Foundation
Charlotte Street identifies the needs and fuels the evolution of an ever-changing multidisciplinary arts ecosystem, acting as its primary provocateur. We cultivate the contemporary, the exceptional, and the unexpected in the practice of artists working in and engaging with the Kansas City art community.
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