If you’re ever going to spend 50 minutes on a performance art piece, this is it.

Sands Murray-Wassink and Robin Wassink-Murray: Town Hall Philosophical Living Color Drawing

I saw the documentation of this performance at a workshop reenacting a feminist performance archive in the spring. It pays homage to Annie Sprinkle’s Public Cervix Announcement, which let theater audiences explore her cervix through a speculum. It’s lovely and moving and awkward and so good and really amazing.  Click on this link to watch it, you seriously won’t be sorry.

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