Zog’s Dogs Hot Dog Stand Fellowship Performance Piece
Paul Pescador will conduct “Kneel/Walk away”, a new site-specific public performance, in front of Zog’s hot dog stand on March 24, 2010 from 11am-5pm. This performance is part of a larger body of work surrounding situational actions that occur in public and private settings. His small ephemeral gestures explore social interventions in non-traditional performances spaces, such as apartments, storefronts, and public streets.
Paul Pescador is the Zog’s Dogs 2010 fellow. He is an artist and filmmaker. He is a Studio Art MFA candidate at University of California, Irvine. His actions, gestures and performances deal with issues of social disconnection and communal space. He has most recently exhibited at Performing Public Space, Casa de Tunnel, Tijuana, Mexico, Workspace Selects, House of Genesee, Los Angeles, CA, and Thank You, Outpost for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. He is also the co-director of workspace, a project space in Lincoln Heights.