Let Me Be The One: A history of a decolonized service
For the group exhibition Visions Into Infinite Archives, curated by Black Salt Collective, jeepneys and some times present Let Me Be The One: A history of a decolonized service, featuring components of a 2015 performance titled a jeepneys video shoot // some times a set. In the original performance, performers were invited to dance, play, bartend, and enact other forms of labor for and with an audience, resulting in a shift of the context and structure of service and labor.
Let Me Be The One: A history of a decolonized service, is an archive of language, movement, memory, and performance documentation that includes a four-channel video installation, a ritual performance, and a re-installation of and a re-performance with the jeepneys // some times set.
Featuring: Caitlin Adams, AA Barie, Ciriza, Meghan Gordon, Kat Hernandez, Kelsey Lanceta, and Anna Luisa Petrisko
Additional Footage by Matthew Lax.
Photo credits: Dan Fenstermacher, Ian James