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 Dance, drag and contemporary art collide in the gallery at SOMArts Cultural Center at the opening night party and interactive drag show for Work MORE! #6, March 28, 2014, 7–10pm, free admission. The exhibition, organized by Commons Curatorial Residency recipient and Work MORE! creator and artistic director Mica Sigourney (VivvyAnne ForeverMORE!), is on view at SOMArts March 29 through April 24, 2014. By pairing San Francisco drag performers with non-drag fine artists for an exhibition of collaborative installations and performances, Work MORE! #6 situates San Francisco’s avant-garde and traditional drag practices within a gallery space, re-contextualizing the artistry, aesthetics and forms that are ever-present and continually evolving in San Francisco’s nightlife venues.

“Like folk art,” says Sigourney, “drag carries within it traditions, techniques, perspectives and stories that are passed down from generation to generation or mentor to mentee via chosen ‘drag families’. Through this exhibition we hope to reveal both the the unique individual and collective legacies of the performers themselves.”

The organizers of Work MORE! #6 devised a platform for collaborative art-making that utilizes drag to disturb traditional notions of beauty and gender while promoting interdisciplinary collaborations among artists who co-create rather than compete.

Artists and performers are divided into six production teams that include at least one artist working in each discipline: painting, photography, music and video. Drag artists naturally cross mediums working freely in painting and design (make-up), soft sculpture (hair design and costume design) as well as sculpture (set and prop making). These new encounters and partnerships illustrate the multidisciplinary artistry embedded in drag making as well as strengthen and diversify drag families and traditions.

Sigourney is deeply rooted in the San Francisco drag community–– as his creation VivvyAnne ForeverMORE! he co-curates and co-hosts the weekly nightclub SOME THING, which debuted in 2006 and has been described by San Francisco Bay Guardian being part of a “post-drag moment,” that “thrills at … deconstructing gay history in order to create its own glimmering, sculptural kitsch.”

Among the 22 avant-garde and traditional drag performers and artists participating are Monique Jenkinson (Fauxnique), Robbie Sweeny, DiegoDiegoDiego.com, VAIN HEIN and Kolmel WithLove (Lydia Brunch).

The largest of the collaborating artist teams, a group of 10 spearheaded by Kolmel WithLove, offers “Womenhouse,” a new work that draws attention and inspiration from feminist artists and collectives from the 1970’s and other historically rich moments. Special attention will be paid to—as well as inspiration drawn from— “Womanhouse” organized by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro in 1972. “Womenhouse” will make eight pieces in break-off pairs that re-imagine and re-mix groundbreaking works that touch on nostalgia, sisterhood, race, money, access, radical politics and the art world.

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