Jessica Lopez Lyman

141 Mednik Avenue
by Jessica Lopez Lyman
Directed by Miré Regulus
January 11 – 20, 2018

141 Mednik Avenue is an interactive performance installation that tells the story of Bobby, a young Chicano runner and barber. Located in the spirit world and told through nonlinear narratives, this piece explores issues of displacement and longing.

About Jessica:

Jessica Lopez Lyman, Ph.D. is an interdisciplinary performance artist and Xicana feminist scholar interested in how People of Color create alternative spaces to heal and imagine new worlds. She is a member of Electric Machete Studios, a Chicanx/Latinx/Indigenous art collective on St. Paul’s West Side. She teaches at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Chicano and Latino Studies.


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