Palindromic Resistance: Annah Anti-Palindrome • Lady Uranium • The Jeebies
Borne of cinder blocks and sweating creatives, new micro-venue the Tannex (1415/17 Fourth Street SW) hosts Annah Anti-Palindrome during its grand unveiling weekend. Based in the Bay Area, Anti-Palindrome is a writer, queer-femme antagonist and nontraditional sound artist. In performance, she uses her own body and items like a looping system, kitchen utensils, a blood pressure cuff, gas masks, raw eggs and so on. Solo “dream/witch house/soul” project Lady Uranium and trickster act The Jeebies rep New Mexican weirdness. Experience a triad of experimentalists at Burque's newest art, music and film venue, the Tannex, tomorrow. This all-ages concert kicks off at 8 p.m., and the cover is $5. While you're there, check out the growing zine library and a wicked bathroom mural by co-founder ¡Brapola! (Samantha Anne Carrillo) The Tannex • Sat Mar 23 • 8 pm • $5 • View on Alibi calendar
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