bi/chotomy is an exploration of racial androgyny. Shaped by influences of bharatanatyam & choreopoetry, tea & coconuts, bridges & oceans, madness & queerness, family & ancestry, it unfurls one person’s path of existing simultaneously as brown & white, first-generation & second-generation, mad & brilliant, binary & non-binary, marginalized & model-minority.
About: rebecca john
photo of Rebecca John by Tracy O'Camera
A graduate of the University of Lethbridge, Rebecca holds a Multidisciplinary Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Artistic explorations include Imagination Miscellany: Summer of Self Love, Verbasive, The Wedding Reception: Love in the Margins, Escape Velocity, My Other Self, (un)earthed, The Art of Access//Ability, A Wake, s/kin, Legion Blues, Tideline, For the Love of a Zombie, In Transit featuring LalitaGoraGirl, Wake. Rebecca is a collaborative member of both Mindhive Collective and Undercurrent Theatre, and creates works at the intersections of community organizing, feminism, anti-oppression, theatre, performance art, movement, dance, design, writing, installation and film.