Make sure to catch some of the excellent programming woven into EXPO this year. After meandering through the art fair’s booths, take a break and join artist Brendan Fernandes after the screening of his film “Free Fall, for Camera” (2019) — a continuation of his performance series “Free Fall 49” — with writer and critic Aruna D’Souza. Fernandes and D’Souza will discuss the falling body as a metaphor for queer politics and dance as an agent for freedom and protest.
The pair will also discuss Fernandes’s new work “in/visible,” commissioned for the Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway, which examines the relationship between visibility and invisibility as a common experience of marginalized groups. This panel will be presented in partnership with Soho House Chicago.