We’ve got the scoop on this weekend’s key competitors, and here’s what you need to do before stepping into the ring with any of them: Get subversive, get lowercase, and put your fists up.
FRIDAY Read Lori DeGolyner’s interview with transgenderqueer choreographer, dancer, and massage therapist devynn emory before heading out to see this horse is not a home, a new piece that features weight-bearing movement and an 18-foot-long hair extension. Get your tickets and information here.
Get ready to, you know, RUMBLE. It’s your last chance to catch Rashid Johnson’s quixotic exhibit at Hauser & Wirth New York. “RUMBLE” takes inspiration from the African-American prizefight promoter Don King and the 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle,” and its location carries some extra resonance . . .
Ryan McNamara likes to subvert the power structures of museums, and he wants your help. Still, his new exhibit at Elizabeth Dee Gallery, is soliciting viewers like you; says McNamara, “My favorite audience member would come twice: once to participate, and once to see the exhibition. Or every day. Well, my favorite audience member would come at least five times, to see all the performances.”