Film/Video/Media

Ifrah Mansour is an internationally recognized Somali multidisciplinary artist and educator, interweaving text, movement, digital media, and sound. Her self-produced original show "How to Have Fun in A Civil War" played to full houses in 2016 and was remounted in 2017. She has performed at Intermedia Arts, the Children's Theater Company, Red Eye, the Minnesota State Fair, and Patrick's Cabaret, among others, and has become known for her uniquely humorous approach to exploring trauma.

Kassha Lisinski is a writer, artist, and performer who enjoys, more than anything, a good healthy grove of trees in the late afternoon. They are an enthusiastic participant in a smattering of activities including dance, soundmaking, self-defense, and the radical dismantling of oppressive political systems. 
 

 LZR VORTEX is a Minneapolis-based performer, video maker, nightlife wizard, dancer, and channeler of many energies and personas. Their work is playful, raw, low-tech, both campy and reverent. LZR is heavily influenced by science fiction, cartoons, electronic music, absurdity, and the generations of intrepid queer artists and activists that have come before them. LZR is a queer nihilist who believes in magic and desires collective healing.

Yoni is a Nepalese American writer, choreographer and multimedia artist whose work explores trauma, transnationality, and publics. A student of Steve Paxton, Ralph Lemon and Jennifor Monson, she is best known for her installation work with the Soap Factory and Northern Spark, as well as her collaborations with the Minneapolis queer underground.

 

“I am a filmmaker and a storyteller. Currently, I am completing production on a documentary film about GLBT baby boomers and marriage equality.  I’ve made my story the central theme, as remember and told by me, a storyteller.

An adventurous (most often stationary) traveller, her creative ambition has increased by 1000% since visiting the West Coast a year ago. As long as she can remember, Adrienne has been scheming up scenes and dialogue in her mind that she hopes to one day cultivate into a masterpiece for the big screen. She can’t thank her loved ones and peers enough for fiercely showing her their love even in times of intense Virgo neuroticism. A very special thank you to Peanut and Penny for inspiring this project.

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