New York's Dixon Place, the performance art institution that launched the careers of such artists as John Leguizamo, Blue Man Group and Peggy Shaw, is presenting the lastest work by performance artist Deb Margolin, Indelible Flesh, Nov. 6 - 21 . Indelible Flesh follows a woman's Baudelarean journey through the medical system - where surgery becomes a sexual act, where "the nude stand trembling before the dressed and laughter is treacherous and provocative."
Indelible Flesh plays Fridays and Saturdays, Nov. 6 - 21 at Dixon Place (258 Bowery). For tickets ($12) or more information call (212) 219 3088.
-- By Sean McGrath