Frame our ears open
Live performance with voice, gag, bullhorn

ARTIST NOTE (for Frieze version)

The artist’s mouth is gagged yet ready to express with a bullhorn. The muzzled mouth, as a leaky trap and portal, persists in singing daily a new protest supplemented with extemporaneous riffs on everything from a child’s trust to the 1992 Los Angeles riots, thus consciously challenging her audience.  The two songs that Choksi always sings are Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On” and Linda Perry of 4 Non Blonde’s “What’s Up.”


Live 2017
Frieze London 2017

Propositional Attitudes: Election Extravaganza
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, 2018
featuring additional performers


Frieze frame: graphic sex and female sexuality under spotlight at art fair
Mark Brown

Score in “Propositional Attitudes: What do we do now?”
Book edited by John Burtle and Elana Mann (2018: Golden Spike Press)