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African Artist Kendell Geers loves to hate and hates to love the father of conceptual art. In this spoken word ritual killing of the father, historical fact, mythology, fiction and fantasy are blended in a quasi-art historical spoken word performance. Everything you thought you knew about Marcel Duchamp will be changed forever as he is exposed as spy, Rosicrucian, initiate, sexual predator, secret society master general, and thief. Tighten the seatbelts of your expectations as you are taken on a guided tour, racing through time in a spectacular detour of history, by a master trickster of the spoken word.
Image credit: KendellGeers, WhoDoVoodooDuchamp, 2017. Co presented by WhiteBox. Photos © Paula Court
Curated by Juan Puntes, WhiteBox Artistic Director and Curatorial Associate Amanda Ryan. Supported by Liza Essers - Goodman Gallery, Stephen Friedman Gallery, Jonathan Jawno, sAffCA - Southern African Foundation For Contemporary Art, and Wendy Fisher and the South African Pavilion Committee.
Co-presented by WhiteBox