She’s seen it all. Recruited by Andy Warhol to be a Factory Superstar while still a teenager, Arcade then spent over a decade engaged in globe hopping, performance art and international intrigue before returning to NYC. A contemporary of Patti Smith and Debbie Harry, the late great Quentin Crisp named Arcade as his soul mate and the woman he most identified with. She is one of a handful of artists who created and continue to define performance art.
|When||Thursday 14.4 at 8PM|
|Where||The Street Theatre|
“Stercus accidit.” — David Hume.