Ching-In Chen selected for Analog Bodies and Virtual Activation

analog bodies and virtual activation

IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has been selected for Analog Bodies and Virtual Activation, the EMERGENYC virtual incubator for artist-activists, housed at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange in collaboration with Abron Arts Center and facilitated by Nicolás Dumit Estévez & Marlène Ramírez-Cancio.

Participants in Analog Bodies and Virtual Activations are investigating genders, sexualities, class, race, politics, and spiritualities from the interstitial space between the analog and the digital that this pandemic moment has intensified. The focus is on developing incisive new work at the intersection of performance and politics, including writing, dance/movement, deep listening, visualization, somatic practices, and conversations. Find out more.