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Kate Gilmore: Touch Like This, Hold Like That

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New York-based artist Kate Gilmore combines humor and physical endurance in her feminist-inspired works to create strikingly memorable performances and videos. Gilmore’s performances typically showcase the artist or other women femininely dressed and engaged in monotonous, physically arduous, and often rather inane tasks that call out and disrupt gender stereotypes. For the Everson, Gilmore presents a selection of video performances spanning more than a decade as well as a new temporary sculptural installation created specifically for the Everson Community Plaza. Linking the indoor and outdoor components, performers will activate the public sculpture throughout the summer.

Kate Gilmore, Through the Claw, performance, 2011, photo by Carly Gaebe.

Kate Gilmore, still from Rock, Hard, Place, 2012.

Related Events

Members’ Opening Night Reception
June 3, 6.30 – 8.00pm
Free for Everson Members / $15 Non-Members

Celebrate the opening of Kindred Beasts: The 2016 Everson Biennial, Kate Gilmore: Touch like this, Hold like that, and WaterCRAFT. Enjoy live music, hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.

Food Truck Fridays
Fridays, June 24 – August 12
11.00am – 3.00pm
Free

Take your lunch break and take in some art, too! Experience Kate Gilmore’s outdoor performance piece Touch like this, Hold like that while enjoying a variety of lunch options from local food trucks. In partnership with the Syracuse Food Truck Association.

Related Press

Meet the Artist: 5 Questions with Kate Gilmore – Syracuse.com ›