Good Morning Evening Feelings WITH DYNASTY HANDBAG

Good Morning Evening Feelings with Dynasty Handbag is a live, conceptual, one-hour hybrid morning/late-night/children’s show for adults, hosted by everyone’s favorite no one, Dynasty Handbag. This inspirational hour is designed to help you navigate through the five basic human feelings - fear, anger, grief, sex, dogs - that pop up throughout your day and try to kill you. The show will feature an emotionally stunted musical performance, an unpleasant, non-results based exercise routine, a grief squelching cooking segment, and experimental commercial breaks for imaginary feminist products. Curated by David Everitt Howe for NYPAC.

Jibz Cameron is a performance/video artist and actor living in Los Angeles. Her work as alter ego Dynasty Handbag has been seen such institutions as The New Museum, The Kitchen, MOCA Los Angeles, Performa ’09, ’11 and ’13, as well as many international dives both great and small.  She has been heralded by the New York Times as “the funniest and most pitch perfect performance seen in years.” and “outrageously smart, grotesque and innovative” by The New Yorker.  She has produced numerous videos and 2 albums of original music.  In addition to her work as Dynasty Handbag she has also been seen acting in many productions by various avant-garde theater groups and in many comedic web series that remain unpopular.  She also serves as a professor and lecturer at various performance and comedy related subjects. Her third evening length performance Soggy Glasses recently premiered at BAM’s Next Wave Festival in October, 2014. Jibz recently moved from New York to Los Angeles and is in development on a television series about a performance artist that moves from New York to Los Angeles. 

Good Morning Evening Feelings with Dynasty Handbag was commissioned by NYPAC, the New York Performance Artists Collective, with The Kitchen, and made possible with support from Jerome Foundation. NYPAC is supported by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Additional support for this presentation provided in part by public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Original photo by Allison Michael Orenstein.