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  B. R. A. C. E., MASS MoCA  documents an obstacle course/performance/installation created by artist Patricia Brace while in a residency at MASS MoCA in 2018. The video features Brace, with artists Vered Snear, Danielle Andress, Chris Williford, Elisabeth Smolarz, and Hyo Jin Yoo, performing within an immersive, hard-edge, abstract, red, green, and blue environment. Wearing corresponding red, green, and blue B. R. A. C. E. costumes, in each act, performers activate the space with collaborative and improvisational feminist sketches.  Bifurcated Radical Anarchist Cultural Enterprise or B. R. A. C. E. is a performance group of 1-5 women and LGBTQIA performers established by artist Patricia Brace in 2016. Since then B. R. A. C. E. has performed at Rutgers University, IF Museum Academy, Tête Berlin and MASS MoCA. Using hybridized forms of athletics, dance, product design, and analogue and digital technologies, B. R. A. C. E. seeks to expose and ratify injustices that women and LGBQTIA identifying people experience as a trickle down from governmental policies. When laws affect personal liberties and expressions of identity B. R. A. C. E. asks “what is truth in a political system that lies and how do we occupy that space?”  Photo credit: Patricia Brace and Vered Snear

B. R. A. C. E., MASS MoCA documents an obstacle course/performance/installation created by artist Patricia Brace while in a residency at MASS MoCA in 2018. The video features Brace, with artists Vered Snear, Danielle Andress, Chris Williford, Elisabeth Smolarz, and Hyo Jin Yoo, performing within an immersive, hard-edge, abstract, red, green, and blue environment. Wearing corresponding red, green, and blue B. R. A. C. E. costumes, in each act, performers activate the space with collaborative and improvisational feminist sketches.

Bifurcated Radical Anarchist Cultural Enterprise or B. R. A. C. E. is a performance group of 1-5 women and LGBTQIA performers established by artist Patricia Brace in 2016. Since then B. R. A. C. E. has performed at Rutgers University, IF Museum Academy, Tête Berlin and MASS MoCA. Using hybridized forms of athletics, dance, product design, and analogue and digital technologies, B. R. A. C. E. seeks to expose and ratify injustices that women and LGBQTIA identifying people experience as a trickle down from governmental policies. When laws affect personal liberties and expressions of identity B. R. A. C. E. asks “what is truth in a political system that lies and how do we occupy that space?”

Photo credit: Patricia Brace and Vered Snear

Brace_3.jpg
Brace_4.jpg
 Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

 Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

 Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

 Photo Credit: Patricia Brace and Danielle Andress

Photo Credit: Patricia Brace and Danielle Andress

B.R.A.C.E., MASS MoCA

January 12, 2018

B.R.A.C.E., MASS MoCA

with Vered Snear

B. R. A. C. E., MASS MoCA documents an obstacle course/performance/installation created by artist Patricia Brace while in a residency at MASS MoCA in 2018. The video features Brace, with artists Vered Snear, Danielle Andress, Chris Williford, Elisabeth Smolarz, and Hyo Jin Yoo, performing within an immersive, hard-edge, abstract, red, green, and blue environment. Wearing corresponding red, green, and blue B. R. A. C. E. costumes, in each act, performers activate the space with collaborative and improvisational feminist sketches.

Bifurcated Radical Anarchist Cultural Enterprise or B. R. A. C. E. is a performance group of 1-5 women and LGBTQIA performers established by artist Patricia Brace in 2016. Since then B. R. A. C. E. has performed at Rutgers University, IF Museum Academy, Tête Berlin and MASS MoCA. Using hybridized forms of athletics, dance, product design, and analogue and digital technologies, B. R. A. C. E. seeks to expose and ratify injustices that women and LGBQTIA identifying people experience as a trickle down from governmental policies. When laws affect personal liberties and expressions of identity B. R. A. C. E. asks “what is truth in a political system that lies and how do we occupy that space?”

Photo credit: Patricia Brace and Vered Snear

Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

Photo credit: Stacey Kemp

Photo Credit: Patricia Brace and Danielle Andress

B.R.A.C.E., MASS MoCA

January 12, 2018

B.R.A.C.E., MASS MoCA

with Vered Snear

  B. R. A. C. E., MASS MoCA  documents an obstacle course/performance/installation created by artist Patricia Brace while in a residency at MASS MoCA in 2018. The video features Brace, with artists Vered Snear, Danielle Andress, Chris Williford, Elisabeth Smolarz, and Hyo Jin Yoo, performing within an immersive, hard-edge, abstract, red, green, and blue environment. Wearing corresponding red, green, and blue B. R. A. C. E. costumes, in each act, performers activate the space with collaborative and improvisational feminist sketches.  Bifurcated Radical Anarchist Cultural Enterprise or B. R. A. C. E. is a performance group of 1-5 women and LGBTQIA performers established by artist Patricia Brace in 2016. Since then B. R. A. C. E. has performed at Rutgers University, IF Museum Academy, Tête Berlin and MASS MoCA. Using hybridized forms of athletics, dance, product design, and analogue and digital technologies, B. R. A. C. E. seeks to expose and ratify injustices that women and LGBQTIA identifying people experience as a trickle down from governmental policies. When laws affect personal liberties and expressions of identity B. R. A. C. E. asks “what is truth in a political system that lies and how do we occupy that space?”  Photo credit: Patricia Brace and Vered Snear
Brace_3.jpg
Brace_4.jpg
 Photo credit: Stacey Kemp
 Photo credit: Stacey Kemp
 Photo credit: Stacey Kemp
 Photo Credit: Patricia Brace and Danielle Andress
B.R.A.C.E., MASS MoCA
B.R.A.C.E., MASS MoCA