Take a walk on the wild side with Narcissister. Part woman, part mannequin, Narcissister creates a video and performance spectacle that explores gender, racial identity, and sexuality. This performer, whose identity is a mystery, uses humor, pop songs, elaborate costumes, contemporary dance, and her trademark mask in order to deconstruct stereotypical representations.
Narcissister‘s rebellious and fun show is part of Out of Line, our summer-long tribute to the infamous Renegade Cabaret shows.
Due to mature content, this performance may not be suitable for all audiences. Visitor discretion is advised.
UPCOMING OUT OF LINE DATES
Thursday, August 25 –
Thursday, September 22 –
Narcissister is a Brooklyn-based artist and performer who works at the intersection of performance, dance, art, and activism. She has presented work in New York at The New Museum, MoMA, PS 1, The Kitchen, and at many alternative art spaces. She was nominated for a 2013 Bessie Award for “Organ Player.” She is a 2015 Creative Capital Fellow, a 2015 Theo Westernberger Grantee, and a 2015 United States Artists Fellow.
Public Programs on the High Line are supported by Altman Foundation. These programs are supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.