Anya Liftig at Airline Street

June 24th, 2012 Jason Parker Posted in Event, Performance No Comments »

Anya Liftig returns to Atlanta for her most physically challenging performance to date. “I’m a Groucho Marxist” draws from the history of literally and socially imposed barriers in Atlanta’s past.

During this three-hour durational performance, Liftig will challenge herself to cross a barricade while blindfolded and partially bound. As with most of Liftig’s work, the built-in physical hardship is integral to the project, and this work in particular addresses the difficulty in crossing boundaries.

The Good Food Truck and the King of Pops will be on site with project inspired menus.

In addition to street parking, the location is easily accessible from both the Inman Park/Reynoldstown and the King Memorial MARTA stations. Bike parking will also be available.

660 Airline Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30312

Airline Street turns north off Dekalb Avenue one block west of Krog Street.


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Anya Liftig at whitespace

June 24th, 2012 Jason Parker Posted in Artist Talk, Event, Performance No Comments »

Anya Liftig will discuss her eclectic research for “I’m a Groucho Marxist” including delving into the history of psychogeography, the peanut industry, Situationists, Atlanta’s Race Riots, Leo Frank’s Lynching, Nickelodeon’s Double Dare, Mai 68, the Paris Commune, and other subjects.

Reception 7 p.m.; talk will start promptly at 7:30.

Liftig’s performance of “I’m a Groucho Marxist” takes place on July 7.

814 Edgewood Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

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