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issue 7 • October-November 2018
First Things First:
In This Issue
Rachel Mac Won’t Be Typecast
The stand-up comedian and host of Level Ground’s Typecast comedy show on October 5 shares her thoughts on comedy, gender… and dick jokes.
“The evolving relationship between Framing Agnes and Level Ground is emblematic of how I’ve wanted Level Ground to function since the beginning–as a structure, organization, community, and collective, that people can leverage for whatever it is that they’re doing.”
– samantha curley
I’m still healing from growing up in church and believing that my body wasn’t enough, that I would be validated by the man that I married and waiting to have sex. It’s so gross. It’s so hetero.”
– ruth torres
Far from being an isolated, arcane bubble of the art world, experimental film has the ability to influence culture in a powerful way.
Artist Rae Threat’s new show, #THEUNTITLEDBODYPROJECT, resists modern beauty standards and celebrates diverse bodies.
how Rebekah mei conceptualizes the enneagram through art & performance
As an artist, I have a difficult time when people ask me: What's your medium?” or, “What's your style?” because there’s so many things that I love to do. When I want to make something it's really an idea or an event or experience that I want to create a work of art around. Then I will choose whatever medium makes the most sense for that idea.
– REBEKAH MEI
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