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Panic at the Labyrinth a Performance by Annie Wong

Panic in the Labyrinth is a series of performances that transgresses the traditional poetry reading. Drawing its title from an Adrienne Rich poem and conceptualized by multidisciplinary artist Annie Wong, the series imagines an outdoor stage for performative poetics to unfold, where the act of women speaking aloud and the experience of listening to women are politicized gestures of asserting and affirming presence and holding space.

“A Choir of Demands and Desires On Repeat” features a nomadic choir recalling and repeating the demands made by women and feminist movements, and “We’re Winning So No Comment” examines a history of misogyny interrupted by a series of award speeches made by inspiring women.

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Panic at the Labyrinth a Performance by Annie Wong

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