‘SLEEP CYCLE’ Segments from the Art-Experience at CalArts
ART SHOWS / LOS ANGELES EVENTS

‘SLEEP CYCLE’ Segments from the Art-Experience at CalArts

WRITTEN BY ARTIST LUKA FISHER

The audience laughed at Tristene Roman’s comical nihilistic cut up poems and cried more than once. First, with Daniel Crook’s harrowing songs about being queer in small town america and then with Sarah Gail Armstrong’s accounts of the casual racism and systematic oppression that she and other black women are forced to deal with on a daily basis. The audience then danced to electronic death metal and covered each other in paint after performance artist Kayla Tange arrived.

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