Minority Without A Model

APICC is proud to co-present Minority Without a Model as part of the 24th annual United States of Asian America Festival: Forging Our Futures - SoMa & Chinatown

Minority Without a Model is the debut solo dance theater work by Johnny Huy Nguyen. Interrogating the intersections of masculinity, desire, and becoming in his own body, Minority Without A Model is a somatic memoir and reckoning that seeks to conjure an East Asian male body beyond the white gaze. Weaving together dance and text, the work will take the witness on an intimate journey challenging the ways we love and find love. 


Johnny Huy Nguyen is a second generation Vietnamese American multidisciplinary dance artist based in unceded Ramaytush-Ohlone territory (San Francisco). Centering his practice on the body and its power as a site of knowledge and resistance, he navigates the personal alongside the political in hopes of engaging the collective imagination further towards radical empathy.

Follow on Instagram: @johnny.huy.nguyen


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Sliding scale $10-25. Register on Eventbrite.

June 11, 2021 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm
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