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In Process At The Watermill Center

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Performance artist Ni’Ja Whitson.

Performance artist Ni’Ja Whitson.

authorStaff Writer on Dec 10, 2019

In Process @ The Watermill Center is an ongoing series of open rehearsals, workshops, artist talks and studio visits that invite the community to engage with the work of our international Artists-in-Residence. On Saturday, December 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. The Watermill Center’s In Process lineup will feature Emily Furr, Dawn Kasper, Ni’Ja Whitson and Sasha Wortzel who will present their work and receive feedback, continuing the development process throughout the remainder of their stay.

Emily Furr is a New York based painter whose work references the feminine archetype, which she seeks to restore by working against the current phallocentric age and issuing in a new yonic era.

Bessie Award-winning, gender nonconforming/trans interdisciplinary artist and writer Ni’Ja Whitson has been referred to as “majestic” and “magnetic” by The New York Times and is recognized by Brooklyn Magazine as a culture influencer.

Sasha Wortzel is a New York-based artist and filmmaker originally from Florida. Blending documentary techniques and fictional narratives, her work in film/video, installation, and performance explores how structures of power shape our lives around race, gender, sexuality, and place.

The Watermill Center is at 39 Watermill Towd Road, Water Mill. To register for In Process, visit watermillcenter.org or call 631-726-4628.

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