Terrifying Times Call For Terrifying Jewelry Laurie Berg

About This Show

2016 Tom Murrin Performance Awardee, Laurie Berg presents an evening length performative take over of Dixon Place. A jewelry show and live performance mash-up, Berg draws from a pastiche of past visual and performative works in what she calls an ‘early career retrospective’ to look towards the future – and it’s terrifying. Members of the NYC performance community model their own commissioned jewelry pieces that Berg has created over the past 10 years. The evening will also feature the unveiling of Berg’s new cockroach-inspired jewelry line available for purchase after the show!

about the artist

Laurie Berg makes work in a variety of forms including dance and performance, collage, and jewelry. She is a co-organizer of AUNTS, co-curated the Movement Research Spring Festival 2017, is the 2016 recipient of “The Tommy” Award and a 2016-17 LMCC Workspace Artist-In-Residence. Recent works include The Mineralogy of Objects (Danspace Project, 2015/16) and The Afterlife (New York Live Arts 2013 and Joyce Unleashed at the Invisible Dog Art Center 2014). Her jewelry, which plays with the juxtaposition of real and fake, new and old, precious and plastic, can be seen around the necks of many dance artists in NYC.

Wednesday, September 6 at 7:30pm

General Admission

$15 in advance

$18 at the door



Estimated Runtime
60 minutes

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