Vernita Nemec aka N'Cognita
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Vernita N’Cognita aka Vernita Nemec is a visual/ performance artist/ curator who has exhibited her art throughout the world in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Working in a variety of media, she came to performance art from a visual art background, recently discovering Butoh, studying with Akira Kasai, Ximena Garnica & others.
Autobiography & what it is to be a female is a constant thread in her artwork, but now in the twenty-first century, she has added the dilemma of aging. Nemec first performed in 1968 at Judson Church in a Phill Niblock piece. Her next performance foray was in Meredith Monk’s Juice at the Guggenheim Museum in 1970, but Nemec (who also calls herself N’Cognita in honor of underknown artists), did not present her own performance pieces on street corners, museums and galleries until 1978. Since then she has done more than 70 performances, lectures & workshops at universities and performance spaces such as Franklin Furnace, BACA, A.I.R., etc and abroad, in Mexico City, Tokyo, Frankfurt & Darmstadt, Budapest, Dublin and Paris.
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At 11:08am on October 3, 2010, Airi Suzuki said…
Hi Vernita,

Thanks for the massage. Unfortunately, I'm not performing on while you are in Tokyo. I'll be out of town from the 20th.

BUT i hope you enjoy this town!!

airi
 
 
 

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