November 4, 2019

These Bodies

Performance artist Kate Meyer shares her work highlighting the long-lasting impact of sexual harassment, domestic violence, and trauma.
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Tucson-based artist Kate Meyer creates paintings and performances that highlight the lasting impacts of sexual harassment and assault, intimate partner violence, and post-traumatic stress. On October 24, 2019, she staged the live collaborative painting/performance piece “Our Bodies Become These Vessels” in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

The piece also featured artists Eva Alcalde, Dante Celeiro, Avai D'Amico, Kate Selby Nierenhausen, Shannon Moran, and Ruben Moreno.

Producer: Gisela Telis
Videographers: Steve Riggs, Bob Lindberg
Editor: Gage Judd
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