A Choir for MSG is a performative dinner. Up to ten participants, through assigned roles, are asked to play different familial archetypes while they share a meal prepared by the artist.
Our most recent performance of A Choir for MSG was held on 3.15.17 at The WASH Project, see pictures above. $105 worth of proceeds from the dinner went to the International Institute of Buffalo. The space and wine were generously donated by The WASH Project. Supplies were provided by the artist and curator, Amber Dennis.
If you’d like to experience A Choir for MSG please contact Amber at firstname.lastname@example.org
This piece was first performed as a part of Split Ends (11.11.16 – 11.17.16 at Main Street Gallery – Downtown Buffalo, NY).
Audio from 11.12.16 performance.
Video from 11.12.16 pre performance installation.
Video courtesy of the artist.
About the Artist
Van Tran Nguyen is a Vietnamese American artist whose work examines products such as monosodium glutamate and hair as racially charged matter, asking questions about their significance within cultural contexts. She works in a variety of media including performance, video and installation.