VESTIPHOBIA EN HAVANA Galeria Taller Gorria, Cuba 29 April – 06 May, 2016 After presenting several parts of VESTIPHOBIA in the US the Ideal team will be presenting an exclusive version of the show at Galeria Taller Gorria on April 29th! The installation will remain on view for one week. In preparation for the Havana performance, the creative team developed specific sets and costumes, and the performers worked in collaboration with Cuban musicians to allow new interpretations of the song cycle to arise. It is essential for the piece travel to different parts of the world and adapt it to local audiences, as it is a universal laugh in the face of fashion and our obsession with clothing. As such, the performance isn’t a fixed or strictly defined show, but an ongoing evolving process with changeable format and mutable characters. Willard Morgan navigates performance art, filmmaking, and still photography in his new installation “Morgan In Cuba,” presented in Gibara, this April. Curated by independent curator Berta Jottar, the show documents a decade of works that engage with concepts ranging from ethnographic photography to video mockumentaries, through the development of imaginary characters. Within the Cuban context, and in a sudden post-Obama and post-Rolling Stones era, Morgan is the enigmatic figure of a future that is already there.