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Jerron Herman’s Relative: Utopic and Dangerous Feelings

Jerron Herman’s Relative can be perceived all at once as a solo danced by the choreographer himself, as a duo collaboration with soundscape and DJ performance by Kevin Gotkin, and as a collective clubbing experience for everyone and everything in the theater space. This ambiguous treading in-between the personal, the interpersonal, and the collective can be felt from the beginning of the piece, that is, if one can pinpoint when the work exactly begins.

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Anh Vo

Anh Vo

Queer Vietnamese Choreographer. Dancer. Writer. Coddled Millennial.

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