Test Pattern 10: Anh Vo
The Test Pattern performance series concludes with a performance by dancer and theorist Anh Vo.
Performed by Anh Vo and Kristel Baldoz, non-binary pussy takes the form of a “non-binary duet” that imagines revolution through the lens of minoritarian sexuality. Part music, part dance, and part propaganda, the work delivers explicit political and sexual language rooted in Marxist rhetoric and Black female rap history, all while employing endless punchlines, prolific sexual innuendo, exaggerated imagery, collective laughter, and participation—any and all forms of entertainment that allow for subconscious political transformation.
The performance will be followed by a conversation and Q&A with the artists moderated by Test Pattern curator David Riley.
Doors open at 6 PM with performance starting at 7 PM. Space is limited and ticket holders will have priority seating. RSVP using the link in bio.
*This performance contains adult content. Must be 18+ to attend
About the artist:
Anh Vo is a Vietnamese dancer and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. They create dances and texts about pornography and queer relations, about being and form, about identity and abstraction, about history and its colonial reality. They received their BA in Performance Studies from Brown University and MA from New York University. Vo is currently a 2023–25 Jerome Hill Artist Fellow.
Test Pattern is guest curated by David Riley.