Toronto: New Performance by Jess Dobkin

Press photo courtesy of Jess Dobkin How Many Performance Artists Does it Take to Change a Light Bulb (For Martha Wilson) Performance by Jess Dobkin Thursday, April 16 at 7:00pm – 11:15pm Enoch Turner Schoolhouse Toronto, Ontario M5A, Canada Made in response and as an ode to one of America’s…

THE LACTATION STATION BREAST MILK BAR

The Lactation Station Breast Milk Bar, by Jess Dobkin. Photo credit: David Hawe Quench your curiosity at the Lactation Station Breast Milk Bar! Audiences are invited to ‘quench their curiosity’ by tasting samples of pasteurized human breast milk at The Lactation Station Breast Milk Bar, an interactive performance art piece…

Jess Dobkin: Everything I’ve Got

Interview with Jess Dobkin, published by Harbourfront Centre, Canada Canadian performance artist Jess Dobkin talks about her piece ‘Everything I’ve Got’. The performance took place January 31, 2010 at the Studio Theatre at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Canada. In her performance Jess Dobkin examines her creative practice and artistic…

The Starving Artists Collective presents: THE ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN

Hi friends, I’m excited to invite you to the ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN. For six Monday afternoons this winter, artists can come to the ARTISTS’ SOUP KITCHEN for a FREE hot lunch. Each week is hosted by different artists who will bring their creative practices to the Soup Kitchen. We kick…

Toronto: Commitment Issues

Commitment Issues  – Curated by Jess Dobkin takes place November 16 + 17, 2011 in Toronto, Canada. The event presents an selection of works by international performance artists and in addition to the evening of performance art, the artists and curator speak about the work and the event in a…

Youtube And Nudity

Youtube and nudity doesn’t go well together. I have corresponded with some out and proud artists, who unfortunately can’t share their explicit artworks at Youtube, because it is a family entertainment site.

Jess Dobkin – A Loud & Proud Performance Artist

Artist statement by Jess Dobkin: I approach performance art as an inherently subversive practice. My performances challenge the status quo, transgress boundaries and envision alternate realities. …