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Joseph Keckler’s “Let Me Die” @ Hyperallergic

DETROIT — Arms flung wide, Joseph Keckler collapses to the floor and dies. Then, a couple seconds later, he gets up. And dies again. After 10 or so iterations, we take a break. Then: more dying. Over the course of approximately two hours, before an audience at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), Joseph Keckler […]

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Interview w/ Joseph Keckler @ Knight Arts Blog

On Saturday, Dec. 12, performance artist Joseph Keckler staged a four-hour presentation of a work-in-progress, “Let Me Die,” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. “Let Me Die” is a performance piece incorporating the death scenes from dozens of operas in the public domain (all performed by Keckler, who has an impressive three-octave range), as well […]

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