Los Angeles, CA
Jibz Cameron is a performance and video artist living in Los Angeles, performing multimedia work as alter ego Dynasty Handbag. Over the last 15 years, Cameron has combined tragedy and comedy, at such institutions as MOCA, PS1, Joe’s Pub, The Kitchen, REDCAT, The Broad Museum, The Hammer Museum, and the New Museum, among others. The New York Times has heralded her as “the funniest and most pitch perfect performance seen in years,” and New York Magazine has called her “outrageously smart, grotesque and innovative.” Cameron has written and produced seven evening-length performance pieces and countless short works that have been performed in clubs and venues internationally. She also has produced multiple video works and two albums of original music. She is a 2020 Creative Capital Awardee and a 2021 United States Artist fellow. She works as a professor of performance and comedy-related subjects as well as lecturing and teaching workshops. Her film Weirdo Night, is an official Sundance Film Festival 2021 submission. Cameron also produces and hosts Weirdo Night!, a monthly experimental comedy and performance event in Los Angeles, pandemic pending!
Jibz Cameron is a performance and video artist living in Los Angeles, performing multimedia work as alter ego Dynasty Handbag.Artist Bio
Sue Slagle, who goes by the stage name SUE-C, is a video and light artist working at the intersection of creative coding and live performance.Artist Bio
Titanic Depression is a multimedia performance with live animation starring Dynasty Handbag, alter ego of artist Jibz Cameron. Using the 1997 film Titanic as a departure point, the work addresses issues of class, gender roles, gratuitous wealth, and the environmental impact of climate change.
Sue Slagle, who goes by the stage name SUE-C, is a video and light artist working at the intersection of creative coding and live performance. For the past 18 years, she has created handmade videos and live media performances, traveling extensively in Europe and the US. Her works challenge the norms of photography, video, and technology by blending them all into an organic and improvisational live performance setting. Employing a variety of digital tools to create an experimental animation “instrument,” she synthesizes cinema from photographs, drawings, watercolors, handmade papers, fabrics and miniature lighting effects.