Dance the Electric Slide in the Backlot of Paramount

Performances by Patrisse Cullors and Naama Tsabar at Frieze Los Angeles

Frieze Projects features two exciting performances by Patrisse Cullors and Naama Tsabar.

Naama Tsabar's performance titled Untitled (Double Face) draws from the artist's overlapping interests in sonic performance and the hybrid nature of musical instruments. Tsabar uses two electric guitars grafted together and with a partner, she performs a seemingly masturbatory gesture into a performative act based on intimacy and cooperation. 


PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Booth P10 in the backlot 
Thursday, February 13: 1-1:20pm and 7-7:20pm
Friday, February 14: 1-1:20pm and 6-6:20pm
Saturday, February 15: 1-1:20pm and 6-6:20pm

Naama Tsabar, Untitled (Double Face), performed by Naama Tsabar and Kristin Mueller for Frieze Projects, Los Angeles. Courtesy of the Artist and Shulamit Nazarian

Naama Tsabar, Untitled (Double Face), performed by Naama Tsabar and Kristin Mueller for Frieze Projects, Los Angeles. Courtesy of the Artist and Shulamit Nazarian

Artist, activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors presents a ‘restorative‘ performance. First performed in 2019 as Fuck White Supremacy, Let’s Get Free, Cullors’ performance for Frieze Los Angeles invites participants to move together united by a groove and the freeing act of dancing the electric slide. Led by Cullors, and with a live DJ, the dancers will wear headphones and move together silently through the backlot. 

Patrisse Cullors, Fuck White Supremacy, Let’s Get Free, 8.10.19 performance documentation. Courtesy of the artist and ltd, Los Angeles, Photo credit: Gia Solis

Patrisse Cullors, Fuck White Supremacy, Let’s Get Free, 8.10.19 performance documentation. Courtesy of the artist and ltd, Los Angeles, Photo credit: Gia Solis

The performances are restorative acts that reclaim time, space, and physical and emotional energy, especially for participants of color, in the face of continued state sanctioned racism and violence.  This performance is accompanied by video documentation shown in a storefront with merchandise and information in support of the non-profit foundations Reform L.A. Jails and Black Lives Matter.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Booth P7 in the backlot 
Thursday, February: 13: 3-4pm
Friday, February 14: 2-3pm
Satuday, February 15: 2-3pm
Sunday, February 16: 2-3pm