BLINK is a multimedia performance written and directed by Laura Hyunjhee Kim and Thomas Riccio.

Performances will take place April 18 to 20 and April 25 to 27 at 8 p.m. in University Theatre with Free admission.

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'Blink' and you might miss it, whatever 'it' may be. 

BLINK presents the high-velocity moment of our cultural transformation as a public and communal event. It explores and attempts to give form, feeling, and some objectivity to social media’s positives and negatives. The performance follows one woman’s Alice in Wonderland-like algorithmic journey through social media. It is a phantasmagorical search for identity and belonging in a fragmented and transitory age where truth, fact, fiction, and fantasy quickly change and distort. Pop and techno-cultural flickers and excitements abound, offering a kaleidoscopic fusion of past, present, and unknown, lifting us into another reality. Shards of poetics, swirling in colorful, playful pleasure, spin us through a displaced and disconnected world of now. 


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University Theatre (TH), JO 2.702J
800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, Texas 75080-3021


Harry W. Bass Jr. School of Arts, Humanities, and Technology


Bass Events Office

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