YO OBSOLETE

Christopher is dressed in a pink hoodie decorated with personal objects and red leggings. He holds a pink three-wheeled remote control car and is surrounded by a line of pink cloth and several people in the background.

Christopher wears a pink hoodie decorated with various personal objects. He holds a three-wheeled remote-controlled pink car as a hat on his head. In the background we see several people from the audience.

There is a pink remote control car decorated with various stickers and toys surrounded by pink ribbon. In the background we see the feet of the audience.

Christopher is dressed in a pink hoodie decorated with various personal objects. He holds a melody in his hands and blows a straw to produce sound. In the background we see several people from the audience.

YO OBSOLETE is a performance that touches on gender & disability identities. It is a chain of memory associations of severe childhood sexual and physical abuse, leading the mind on a journey for grief ritual and vulnerability. It is a playful installation, performance, collage-like gathering of obsolete objects, full of references to a queer and disabled imaginary world. In this performance, I become an archeologist of my own history.

Photo credit: Walter Wlodarczyk. Courtesy of The Immigrant Artists Biennale [TIAB].

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