“Switching settings and codes, genres and genes, the performer pulls the woolly stocking through itself (inside out) to reverse dichotomies while maintaining the polarities of structuring continua. Wool or silk, rough or soft, cilia or lining – we’re not talking about socks. We’re talking about poetry for good or ill.”
Gregg Bordowitz is a writer, artist, and teacher who lives and works in New York and Chicago. He is the director of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Low Residency MFA program.