Public Programs

Place as Process:

An Evening with Jibz Cameron


Thursday, May 25

7 – 9 p.m.

Doors open at 7 p.m.

Enjoy the House before program begins at 7:30


Los Angeles based artist Jibz Cameron talks her days in bygone San Francisco and her alter ego Dynasty Handbag.


Jibz Cameron is a performance and video artist living in Los Angeles. Her work as alter ego Dynasty Handbag has been presented at international dives both great and small. She has been heralded by the New York Times as “the funniest and most pitch perfect performance seen in years,” and “outrageously smart, grotesque and innovative,” by The New Yorker. She has produced numerous video works and 2 albums of original music. In addition to her work as Dynasty Handbag she has also been seen acting in work by various avant-garde theater groups and in many comedic web series that remain unpopular. She also works as a professor and lecturer of performance and comedy related subjects at Cal-Arts. Cameron recently moved from New York to Los Angeles and is in development with Electric Dynamite on a television series about a performance artist that moves from New York to Los Angeles. Cameron will be performing her new stand-up show Dynasty Handbag: I, An Moron or Childless White Lesbian Coyote in Hollywood, (A Star Spangled Bummer)  at THE LAB on May 27, 8 p.m.

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Dynasty Handbag

photographed in Brooklyn, NY May 18, 2013

photo: Allison Michael Orenstein

stylist: Emily Bess

Place as Process:

Dan Cameron

Thursday, June 22
7 – 9 p.m.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Enjoy the House before program begins at 7:30
In 1991 Dan Cameron curated  The Savage Garden, at the Fundacion ‘la Caixa,’ Madrid, which included David Ireland, Felix Gonzalez-Torris, as well as Meyer Vaisman,  Barbara Bloom, Ann Hamilton and Charles Ray.
It was at this exhibition that David Ireland and Felix Gonzalez-Torres met, later to become friends and peers.
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image: Dan Cameron, Wikicommons, 2008.

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