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Purple Glitter Slime
February 12 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
An evening of queer performances and works by
Aimee Goguen & Dakota Higgins
Nathan Lam Vuong
Doors open at 8
Performances begin promptly at 830
Tickets can be purchased here: https://withfriends.co/event/13568875/purple_glitter_slime_21222
Amanda-Faye Jimenez is a writer and comedic performer born and raised in Los Angeles. She is mostly known for being a huge lesbian irl and online @failureprincess and for having long conversations with dogs.
Aimee Goguen (she/they) is a moving-image artist working in analog video, hand-drawn animation, and creative writing. She explores the grotesque and abject, crafting scenarios that reimagine bullying as staged, repetitive actions. Goguen’s work is anchored in imagination, fantasy, and escape. Goguen lives and works in Los Angeles.
Dakota Higgins is an artist, writer, and musician based in Los Angeles. He runs the experimental venue, The DMV, LA (aka The Departure from music Venue[s]).
John Burdole is a queer artist. They like making work with their friends, and making out.
Nathan Lam Vuong’s work deals with Asian-American culture, the nuances of loneliness and confusion in dating, and ideas of non-relationships. Born in Pascagoula, Mississippi and raised in Florida, Vuong received his BFA from the University of Miami and an MFA from CalArts. Vuong produced the weekly comic strip, Post-Ironic, for The Heat Lightning (Miami). In 2011, he attended the Banff Art Centre in Canada for the thematic residency “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” Vuong has exhibited/performed at Soy Capitán in Berlin, The Center – NYC’s LGBT Community Center, Krause Gallery NYC, Machine Projects LA, LACMA (band performance with J-Lep), Aljira Center for Contemporary Art Newark NJ, and Boston Center for the Arts.
- Proof of full vaccination and contact info required for entry to this event
- Masks required at all times while inside the space
- This event has a limited capacity, pre-sale tickets are highly encouraged