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See Ayana Evans Behind Bars in a Catsuit For 48 Hours

All / News / Reporting / September 9, 2014

(No it’s not porn, it’s art)

See Ayana Evans, our favorite performance artist (and dear contributor) trapped in a cage on September 9th and 10th! Watch it from your laptop, computer, ipad, cellphone on livestream & join the discussion!

“TOMORROW: I will begin my stay in Maio Jiaxin’s cage, Sept 9th and Sept 10th. You can observe what I do 24/7 via live stream at https://new.livestream.com/accounts/8810058/miaojiaxinstudio From 9am -12pm I must sit in the Cage with no electronic devices, reading materials, craft work, writing utensils, or exercise activities and sleep is forbidden.  I will be meditating and beautifying for the day in my catsuit. WHAT ELSE is left to do?” – Yana

Looks crazy, I can’t wait.


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Editor-in-Chief and Principal PR/Digital & Curatorial Services, Cultbytes Building on her experience as an art critic and digital strategist, Anna Mikaela founded Cultbytes to promote interdisciplinary and non-hierarchical cultural criticism. By attracting the leading emerging museum professionals, artists, and art-critics to cover topics close to their heart her aim is to inspire cultural consumption in the public. As the Principal of PR/Digital & Curatorial Services, Anna Mikaela leverages her knowledge, network, and team to find new ways to innovate communications and curatorial practices to benefit her clients. She has held curatorial positions at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bard Graduate Center, Solomon R. Guggenheim, and the Museum of Arts and Design. She holds dual MA degrees, in Design History, Material Culture, and Decorative Arts from Bard Graduate Center and in Art History from Stockholm University. She undertook her undergraduate studies at Stockholm University, Paris-Sorbonne IV, and London School of Economics and Political Science. l igram l twitter l contact l




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