Saturday, April 2, 2022, 1-3:30pm
Electric Boogie Too Workshop & Camopticon Live Performance
Join us for a 90-minute line-dancing workshop with Petra Floyd, who will teach participants the Electric Slide line dance, and use the line dance as a stage to contemplate our relationships with hierarchies, systems, and freedom.
The workshop will be followed by a live-streamed performance of Camopticon Live, featuring Kiko, an Irish webcam model broadcasting from her bedroom. Visitors are invited to interact with Kiko through the chat interface, sending her questions, requests, and tips throughout the 45-minute performance.
This programming is hosted in conjunction with Petra Floyd’s interactive Electric Boogie Revolution installation and Lena Chen’s multi-channel Camopticon installation.
Open to CMU community and the general public.
Electric Boogie Too is funded in part by The Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion, Carnegie Mellon University.
Electric Boogie Too and Camopticon are also funded in part by Andrew Carnegie Society Scholars 2021-2022 Giveback Fund.